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CHS caters special film festival to youth

Although the Free Range Film Festival in Wrenshall has been open to all filmmakers for five years, area youth in grades K-12 will get their very own chance to shine in a film festival created for them this spring.

Although the Free Range Film Festival in Wrenshall has been open to all filmmakers for five years, area youth in grades K-12 will get their very own chance to shine in a film festival created for them this spring.

The Reel Youth Film Festival, started by a group of Cloquet art and technology teachers, is currently seeking student-created films to be submitted by the May 1 deadline. There is no cost for submitting a film and students will be notified if their entry is chosen for the festival.

Films chosen will be shown on Saturday, May 31, inside the Free Range Film Barn. The films will be projected on a 24-foot wide screen inside the hayloft of the barn, built in 1916.

Film submissions and entry forms should be sent to: REEL Youth Film Festival, c/o Julie Deters, Cloquet Senior High School, 1000 18th St., Cloquet MN 55720.

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