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Entries for Watertown Film Fest accepted by Feb. 1

Independent filmmakers interested in participating in this year's Watertown Film Festival in Watertown, Minnesota, must send their entries by February 1, 2010.  Films must be postmarked by that date.

Films entered are required to be family-friendly which means no swearing, making any references to drugs, no violence or sexual conduct. Such entries may not be accepted. They must also be the original works of the person (s) entering. Films that are not the original works or copied will not be judged or shown. For a complete list of the rules and regulations for entries, visit the official website. The link is below.

In order to enter, contestants must download and fill out an entry form and send it, along with two copies of their film and $10 entry fee, to Watertown Film Festival, c/o Andrew Hatling, P.O. Box 483, Watertown, Minnesota 55388. Selections will be announced in mid-February.

Tickets for the event will also go on sale February 1. The cost of tickets will be $10 for the full event, or $7 just for the dinner or to watch the films. The dinner will cost $10. Pasta, salad, bread, a drink and dessert will be served.

This year's film festival will be held at the Watertown Performing Arts Center on Saturday March 13, 2010, from 12 to 10 p.m. More information about the festival can be found by clicking the link below.

For more information, visit www.hatlingfilm.com.

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