Tribeca Film Festival Pushes Vine Through #6SecFilms

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I was raving about the potential for Vine in a previous entry and I’m not done. While the average person I ask still seems to have no interest in (or even knowledge of, in some cases) Vine, others are quickly pushing the limits of Twitter’s newest platform. As a matter of fact, its now sits atop the list of free apps in Apple’s store.
Moreover, Tribeca Film Festival now has a category titled #6SecFilms. Users can submit their creations for consideration by tagging them with #6SecFilms and sharing on Twitter. Things have gone over the top already with entire crews and studio rentals being devoted to creating entries!

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