7 Fluid Oz. to Screen Short Film at Oldest Film Festival in US

Columbus International Film + Video Festival, Celebrating 60 Years: 1952 - 20127 Fluid Oz. has been invited to screen their newest short film, The Commitment, at the 2012 Columbus International Film + Video Festival. Founded in 1952 as the Chris Awards, the CIFVF is longest continuously-running annual film festival in the United States.

The CIFVF dedicates itself not just to selecting quality productions, but productions that tackle a diverse range of themes. The festival includes narratives and documentaries, live-action and animated films, and both professional and student productions that explore interpersonal relationships, social issues, science and technology, mental health, religion, education, and a cornucopia of other subjects.

To learn more about the 2012 Columbus International Film + Video Festival, please visit the official website.

To learn more about The Commitment, please visit the short film’s official website or Facebook page.

About Aaron Howland

Aaron Howland is a founding partner of 7 Fluid Oz. Productions. His work as a producer, director, and editor has been selected for screenings and awards by over thirty-five film festivals across North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa.

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