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Bond alumnus has his minute at international film festival

Bond University alumnus Dominic Jackson Chambers has been selected as a finalist in the international film festival, Filminute.

The recent Bachelor of Film and Television graduate entered his one minute film into the competition and was selected as one of only two Australian finalists from a pool of more than 2000 entries.

His film features a man who speaks about life and its hurdles before he is hanged. Each finalist is eligible for the audience choice award with the winner being announced at the end of September.

Click here to view the film and vote.

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