HYPE Film Festival

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Clara Stanton Jones Auditorium

Mark your calendars for this entertaining and exciting competition. The festival will be held at the Main Library, in the heart of Midtown Detroit, in the Clara Stanton Jones Auditorium that seats an audience of 300! Various prizes will be awarded during the Festival. The screening and reception is open to the general public. Various prizes will be awarded during the Festival. You're encouraged to tour Main and see the inspiring art and architecture during the intermission.

The after party will be held in the H.Y.P.E. Teen Center for teens between the ages of 13-18. You'll have an opportunity to meet and greet some of Detroit's best young adult directors, actors and fans of filmmaking.

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