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Lewiston Auburn Film Festival

The Lewiston Auburn Film Festival (LAFF) features documentary, short and feature length films and networking opportunities at the festival's various events. Held over the course of three days, patrons will receive a schedule of events allowing them to pick, ala carte, which programs they wish to attend. All films and events are held at various venues in the Twin Cities.

Festival Date: April 4-6, 2014
Submission Deadline: 11:59 p.m. January 18, 2014 (postmarked)

Lewiston-Auburn, with its rich history and bright future, is the perfect backdrop for a film festival. As you walk from one town to the other, across the bridge and over the mighty Androscoggin River that cascades over the Great Falls, you'll see both our past and our future: Our past in the worn red brick mills that line the river, and our future in the enterprising new businesses that now fill them. We are the second largest community in the state and continue to grow every year.

Awards are presented at the Gala Award dinner held on April 5th. For information please visit our website.




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A call for entries is underway for the first-ever Lewiston Auburn Film Festival (LAFF), which will be held on April 2, 2011, in both Lewiston and Auburn, Maine.

You can read a little more here, or go directly to for the details.

Instead of sticking viewers in a traditional cineplex, LAFF is coveting various downtown eateries, galleries, hotels, etc. into theaters for one day only. These locations will host either an afternoon of movies or an afternoon of workshops. One ticket will get festival goers in to all of the movies  and workshops.
The call for entries seeks movies that were created between Jan. 1, 2009 and Dec. 31, 2010 Categories for films are: feature-length, short, documentary and experimental. There are prizes in every category along with a few other major prizes that will be announced, including a short film contract with a local publishing company.

 In order to attract a diversified menu of applicants, organizers have kept submission fees low, and in it’s inaugural year, have waived them entirely for international applicants.

 We want your films!!! Visit for the submission form.  Deadline submissions December 31,2010

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