The Millis Cultural Council is one of 329 councils serving communities across Massachusetts. Its mission is to promote excellence, access, and diversity in the arts, humanities, and interpretive sciences in order to enhance the quality of life in our community.
The MCC strives to achieve these goals through the funding of local arts projects and programs with grants, and by hosting special spring and fall events in Millis.
For more information about the Millis Cultural Council or how to become a member, call 508-376-1295. You can also pick up a brochure in the Millis Public Library or Town Clerk's office.
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2014 MILLIS FILM FESTIVAL
Submissions For 1ST Ever Millis Film Festival Now Open!
The Millis Cultural Council is pleased to announce that the call for submissions are now open for narrative, documentary or animated films. Come be a part of something new and become qualifying entry in the first ever Millis Film Festival.
Each of the films for narrative, documentary and animation will have a student and adult and student level award; there will be a separate general category for Middle School entries.
Qualifying films will be announced by the end of January; all qualifying films will be screened at the Festival, to be held on March 1, 2014. The location of the film screenings and festival will be held at a location in Millis.
The submissions deadline is January 15, 2014.
The Millis Film Festival will feature an audience award, and also a juried prize for documentary and narrative feature films. The Juried Prize will carry a cash prize to be determined. For submission forms, qualifying rules and procedure, prize award information and updates, and further information, visit the Millis Cultural Council or Millis Film Festival Facebook site.
The 2014 Millis Film Festival seeks to give the opportunity for filmmakers and film lovers alike to be entertained, and enlightened. Sponsored by the Millis Cultural Council, the Festival seeks to rejoice and recognize accomplished artists on both sides of the camera from our local film community.