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Local Indie Filmmakers to Showcase Work at 'Open Screen Night'
The independent film group, Chattamovies, is hosting an open screen night. Independent filmmakers in the area will have a chance to show short films at the event on March 31 at the Heritage House in Chattanooga.
The event is free and open to the public. It will last about an hour and a half. Chattamovies is no longer taking submissions for this open screen night, but the group plans to host two more this year.
Jim Smith from Chattamovies, provides the details.