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The 60 Seconds or Less Video Festival embraces short-form videos in all genres. Sponsored by Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland the festival offers awards and screening opportunities for an international audience. Two categories - 1) videos 60 seconds or less 2) videos 30 minutes or less.

Entries due:

60 Seconds or Less

Regular Deadline - April 2, 2017

Extended Deadline - April 23, 2017



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60 Seconds or Less...and now more!

We're introducing a new category! We thought it seemed clear that we only accepted entries that were 60 seconds or less...but last year some of you insisted on entering longer entries...and they were great! So we're adding a new category, Short Films, for entries that are longer than 60 seconds, but no longer than 30 minutes. And of course we'll continue to showcase great works that are 60 seconds or less!!

The 60 Seconds or Less Video Festival embraces short-form videos in all genres. Sponsored by Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland the festival offers awards and screening opportunities for an international audience.

Awards & Prizes

Awards in the Open Category: 
- 60 seconds or less - Best of Show, 2nd and 3rd place 
- Best Short Film 
Awards for Washington College students: 
- Best of Show, 2nd and 3rd place, The Rookie Award (1st time entering WC video competition) 
- Best Short Film

Rules & Terms

All entries must be original. 
You may submit more than one entry. 
Entries including significant non-English dialogue should include on screen English subtitles. 
You are responsible for securing authorization and permission to use any copyrighted materials. 
Selected videos will be screened at the 60 Seconds or Less Video Festival awards ceremony on April 27, 2015, which may include live streaming coverage.


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