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Our second day of programming begins with a two hour screening block at Zeitgeist.
The core objective of Minnesota WebFest is to highlight talent and works from Minnesota.
This screening block contains a mix of podcasts and web series created by Minnesotans and/or created in Minnesota.
Though most people think of the pilot as the first episode of a series, it can be any episode designed to make people want to watch more. The purpose of the pilot can be to help the creators raise money or get other support for doing a complete season. Sometimes the goal of the pilot of simply to raise interest in a season that is about to be release.
In this virtual screening block, watch the short-form (less than 15 minutes) pilots from our pilots competition.
No on-demand viewing option is currently available for you.