Talent Show - Short Film Contest
This year, we want you to shine bright and showcase your creative work through the film medium. Film is one of the most influential media in our time today... Submit a short film you have shot, recorded and edited (either by yourself or with a group) that can be beneficial to our society. It's an open concept...you pick the topic of your choice, so long as you can portray a positive message.

Share your short film to win a prize and have your film viewed at our special annual event, the MAC Sister’s Gala Dinner on January 7th, 2017!

- Submission deadline - January 4th, 2017
- Movie duration 2-5 minutes, open theme, submissions should be filmed in the past year (2016)
- Content will be assessed based on creativity, originality, production quality and alignment with Islamic values
- Upload your submission to a shared storage site (eg Google drive) and paste the link below
- Competition is open to Sisters of ALL AGE GROUPS
- To receive your prize at the Dinner event, you must purchase your ticket ASAP and attend the event. (Once the event is sold out, we cannot provide admission.)

Email address
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First Name
Last Name
(Optional) I purchased a ticket to the Dinner Gala (or my friend or mom did, I think?)
Better check! Remember, this is a very popular event and we can't guarantee admission. However, if you are not attending the event, you are not disqualified. You'll just miss the super cool announcement and recognition at the dinner and perhaps a chance to read out part of your piece and inspire other Muslimah sisters to do great things!
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