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Friday, April 3, 2009

Make a film about gardening or recycling or hemp, win $750

Posted By on Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 3:29 PM


Plant, water, watch grow, cut, print and the $750 is totally yours.

Sustainable Alternatives, the advocacy group that operates out of the Big Green House off Markham, across from Pizza D, where it hosts pot-lucks, spoken word nights, film screenings, work-shops and maybe some other stuff, is teaming with the Little Rock Film Fest to present the Sustainable Short Film Competition.

Films, five minutes or less, that highlight sustainability in some fashion, are eligible.

$750 goes to the winner. $250 to runner-up.

Read the full release below. Sustainable Alternatives and Little Rock Film Festival are proud to announce:

$750 Cash Prize 1st Place
$250 Cash Honorable Mention
Winners & top submissions featured at
Little Rock Film Festival on May 16, 2009


Submit your short film (5 minutes or less) that highlights sustainability in central Arkansas.


Deadline for submission: Friday, April 24, 2009, 5:00 p.m.


Well, we aren’t too fond of rules, but here are some guidelines.
1. All ages welcome – kids, amateurs, as long as you’ve got access to a camera, go for it!
2. Teams or individuals are fine
3. Send your entry on a DVD to (or deliver it in person):
Sustainable Alternatives
101 North Woodrow Street
Little Rock, AR 72205

MAKE SURE and include your contact info!

What is sustainability?
Basically, it means you consider your actions and choices today have an effect on the world tomorrow.

What makes a winning entry?
1. Stick to the topic – what does sustainability mean to you?
2. Creative, technical skill (or potential new talent), sincere, inclusive, diverse
4. Did we mention LOCAL?

Call 501-660-6639 or email

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