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Poppy Jasper Film Festival

Poppy Jasper Film Festival

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The Poppy Jasper Film Festival of Morgan Hill, CA seeks to showcase international independent short films. Taking its name from the rare Morgan Hill poppy jasper gemstone, the festival mines the fast-growing niche of less-than-30-minute films and brings the passion of filmmaking to the community. The festival has attracted the attention of a number of film making notables, including Academy Award winner John Bruno (Titanic), screenwriter Victor Miller (three-time Emmy winner) and producer Susan Cartsonis (What Women Want, No Reservations and Where the Heart Is).
For further information, visit Website or email info@poppyjasperfilmfest.org.

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