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48 Hour Film Project winners announced

Katelyn Whitehead and her team from Moorhead High School won the best picture award at this year's 48 Hour Film Project, a competition in which filmmaking teams have 48 hours to write, shoot and edit a short movie.

Katelyn Whitehead and her team from Moorhead High School won the best picture award at this year's 48 Hour Film Project, a competition in which filmmaking teams have 48 hours to write, shoot and edit a short movie.

Whitehead's movie, "Laneway," also won the awards for best direction, editing, cinematography and music.

A total of 13 local teams entered the Fargo edition of the international competition. The 10 movies submitted on time were screened Tuesday at the Fargo Theatre.

The winning team will represent Fargo when it goes up against teams from

62 cities later this year.

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