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Palm Springs fest skedded for August

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The Palm Springs Short Film Fest and Market has set dates for Aug. 24-30. Anita Monga, vet of several San Francisco film orgs, will serve as director of short film programming.

Twelfth edition of the fest will screen more than 350 shorts with another 2,400 in the market. Entry deadline is April 15.

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