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Open Screen Night

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Once again, it's time for a showcase of Salt Lake City's most intriguing aspiring short-film-makers. ---

Tomorrow (Wednesday, May 1), the Salt Lake Film Society's Tower Theatre once again serves as venue for Local Open Screen Night, a chance to get new short works in front of an audience. If you've got a 15-minute-or-shorter piece you'd like to have on the bill, just show up at the Tower (876 E. 900 South) between 6 and 6:30 p.m. with your submission on DVD, with a $5-per-submission entry fee. The films start at 9., with audience, staff and (occasionally) critic judges selecting winners from the entries.

Admission is free for visitors, so drop by for a look at some of Utah's next-generation filmmaking talent. For a flavor of what the locals can serve up, check out the SLFS YouTube channel for examples of recent winners.