Beverly Hills, Calif.—CNN is launching the iReport Film Festival, the network’s first user-generated short film competition, to give voters a platform to document the presidential campaign from their personal vantage point, officials said Friday.
Winning submissions, judged by both CNN.com users and a panel of judges from the movie and TV industry, will be unveiled during Anderson Cooper 360 on Nov. 13.
The films must be no longer than eight minutes and must be uploaded to www.iReport.com/filmfestival by midnight Oct. 12.
Each Tuesday leading up to the announcement of the festival winners, one of the videos will be featured on Anderson Cooper 360. Headline News will also be showcasing submissions.
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