I’m getting this out to you a bit late to submit, but another great initiative using film to engage the delegates at the Democractic National Convention. From the website (where you can watch submissions thus far…):

Cinemocracy is a platform for commentary and inspiration for citizen reporters, activists and filmmakers. Free to enter, free to view and explicitly bound to the results of the popular vote.

The films which garner the most praise, interest and online votes will be screened during the 2008 Democratic National Convention.

Deadline has been extended! Submit your short of up to 5 minutes in length until August 1st!

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