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The East Lansing Film Festival (ELFF), the largest and second oldest film festival in Michigan, screens independent and foreign feature, documentary, short and students films from around the world.
An important aspect of the film festival is the Lake Michigan Film Competition that awards films made in the states that surround Lake Michigan – Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan.The ELFF was created in 1997 in cooperation with the City of East Lansing and Michigan State University. Since then, ELFF has been dedicated to bringing quality foreign and independent films to the state of Michigan in order to expose our audience to diverse cultures, ideas, and creative works.
The Festival 17th annual ELFF takes place Thursday, October 30th – Thursday, November 6th, 2014. Presenting features, docs and shorts from around the world, including the Lake Michigan Film Competition films from the Lake Michigan region.
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The 2014 Call for Entries Opens April 10!
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