Carnegie Museum of Art’s 2-Minute Film Festival Carnegie Museum of Art knows that most of you have attention problems, that’s probably why they started the 2-Minute Film Festival. This summer will mark the third time in history that the CMOA has offered to give 120 seconds of fame to the most impressive and inspiring mini-movies. The topic is “At Play” and they’re giving you until June 21st to submit something worthwhile. There is going to be a screening event for the selected videos in July (details below). Putting such a short time restriction on the films really forces participants to think of creative ways to maximize every second. You won’t want to miss it! Click here for the entry form. More info at

When is it?
Thursday, July 18, 2013
Food, drink, and activities at 7:30pm
Screening starts at 9pm

Where is it?
Carnegie Museum of Art outdoor Sculpture Court
4400 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

How much?
$10 admission (includes one drink ticket)
Parking in the Carnegie Museum lot is $5 flat rate