The Mail Tribune's Two-Minute Movie Contest has now moved into the final phase, which means readers can vote for their favorite two-minute movie.

The Mail Tribune's Two-Minute Movie Contest has now moved into the final phase, which means readers can vote for their favorite two-minute movie.

Since the contest opened in March, locals have been uploading their videos — all two minutes long or less — on a variety of topics. The contest has no theme other than the two-minute time limit, and Rogue Valley residents have submitted videos as simple as clips of their pets, to complex arching fictional story lines.

Go to www.mailtribune.com/twominute to view the 19 submissions. You can log in through Facebook or create a log-in of your own to comment and vote for your favorite. The deadline is midnight Friday, April 27.

The submission that receives the most votes will win the People's Choice prize of a $20 gift card to Human Bean.

Three other winners will be selected by our panel of judges. The judges are:

Wendy Conner, operations manager of the Ashland Independent Film Festival. Robert A. Clift, assistant professor of film, media and convergent media in the Southern Oregon University communications department. He is also a practicing filmmaker whose work has included fictional, documentary and experimental nonfiction. Ray Robison, Southern Oregon Film and Television board member and winner of the Mail Tribune's Spooktacular video contest with his trailer for the film "Vampire Camp."