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The second annual Dakota Digital Film Festival held April 5, 2013, at the Belle Mehus Auditorium in downtown Bismarck received positive comments by attendees. The festival’s Day Session, which included educational workshop presentations, lunch, and screenings of selected student films, was provided at no charge to high school and college students and their teachers throughout the region.
The festival also had an Evening Session that included screenings of award-winning short films and additional networking opportunities. The evening events were open to the public for a nominal ticket price.
The Dakota Digital Film Festival’s mission is to support and encourage film-making and audio/video production in all forms by providing a venue for professionals in the industry and students to meet and show their work. It is administered by Dakota Media Access and managed by a volunteer committee made up of member representatives from area schools and colleges, production companies, arts organizations, business associations and other areas.
For 25 years, DMA has been providing media services for area residents, non-profit organizations, government, and schools. By providing production training & equipment and television & web-based distribution venues, DMA provides electronic media access to the entire community.