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Metamora Films Festival (Online) showcases independent film from all over the world. We are specifically looking for documentaries and short narrative films that are meaningful, can tell a inspirational story, and has the power to make a difference in the world.
To submit your film:
1. Submit using Film Freeway 2. Mail us your submission with payment to: Metamora Films Festival 270 S. 3000 W. Syracuse, Utah 84075
If mailing, please include the following information: Original Title, English Title, Genre, Running Time, Language, Year of Production, Country, Cast [if any], Director, Your Email, Website [if any], Your Address, and student ID (if applicable)
*PLEASE NOTE: Official Selections will need to provide one of the following for the online festival: A Flash Video File (sent through We Transfer) YouTube, Vimeo or Google Video Online Link. Awards & Prizes Best Documentary Best Short Film Best Student Film Most Inspirational
Film Rules & Terms
1. The Metamora Films Festival does NOT accept films that contain nudity or extreme violence. 2. The Metamora Films Festival proudly accepts documentaries and short films of all lengths. Films must have been produced within the last 5 years. 3. There will be four winning categories: Best documentary, best short film, best student film, and most inspirational film. 4. The Student category is open to students only. The submitted film must have been created while the film's director or directors were enrolled at a school, college, or university. Proof of enrollment, such a copy of a student I.D., must be included with the submission. 5. Selected films will be notified on or very close to October 10, 2014 6. The festival organizers reserve the right to include selected films in any category deemed appropriate. Organizers also reserve the right to program selected films as many times during the festival as they see fit. 7. All submission fees paid by check, cash or money order must be in U.S. funds. Films submitted without the correct payment will be disqualified.
A 5000 capacity music and arts festival set in rural Herefordshire, West Midlands UK. Nine-stages of music and performance art with dedicated 3-day cinema. Cinema currently curated by MASH Cinema. Previous programmes provided by: Encounters Festival in Bristol, London-based innovators onedotzero, Manchester-based northern Exposures, quality stalwarts BBC Film Network and by Nozstock The Hidden Valley. And live performances from: The Light Surgeons, Max Hattler, Scanone and Modulate.
This is a non-competitive, free to submit festival.
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Finalists are invited to attend a table reading of the script for a live audience during LA Shorts Fest. The readings are performed by professional actors and actresses in front of an audience, who will vote on their favorites. These votes, along with the scores of the readers, determine the winner.
The Lookout Wild Film Festival is an outdoor adventure and conservation festival in Chattanooga, Tenn., that aims to celebrate what we call "wild" films. We are looking for projects that celebrate the wild places around the Southeast, North America and the world.
Topics of such films may include — but are not limited to — exploration, conservation, nature, wildlife, survival and outdoor activities such as adventure sports. Some sports/activities we hope to encompass are: rock climbing, cycling, paddling, hiking, hang gliding, skiing, running, mountain biking, fishing, birding, snowshoeing, caving, boarding (snow, wake, skate and others), horseback riding, surfing, multisport, slack lining, base jumping and whatever else people are doing outside.
We are looking for narrative and documentary films, feature-length, shorts and everything in between.
But beyond any specific activity or theme, the LWFF board is looking for films that share our love of the outdoors and storytelling. We want films that take us places we can't go — or haven't gone yet. We want films that help us see things with a new perspective.
Films will be shown over three days at the historic Chattanooga Choo Choo.
Chattanooga is a youthful, growing outdoor mecca drawing in top experts and athletes from around the United States. The city are also garnering attention from media outlets and tourism groups, headlined by Outside Magazine calling the Scenic City its "Best City Ever" in 2011 and the New York Times declaring that Chattanooga has the fastest Internet speeds in the country in 2010.
We believe that the Lookout Wild Film Festival will be key part of Chattanooga's continued growth as a destination for both outdoor enthusiasts and young, techie creatives. We hope to see you here!
The Crystal Palace International Film Festival is now in it's 5th year, taking place on the 1st to 15th November 2014 it aims to promote and showcase quality independent film from all over the world.
The CPIFF programme always includes a giant selection of shorts and features plus between screenings, we’ll be welcoming many filmmakers to engage with their audience hosting Q&A sessions and socialising.
The festival culminates in an awards evening held at a fabulous location with awards given for Best of Category and Best in Festival. Earlybird deadline 12 June 2014
Johnny Vegas is one of the UK's best known comedians, his CV as a performer, writer and producer is long, from starring in countless TV and radio shows to acting alongside Johnny Depp.
Neville Astley Creator of the world wide phenomenon Peppa Pig
Mark Steel A familiar face on TV: 'Have I got news for you', 'What the papers say', 'The Mark Steel lectures', Q. I. A regular on BBC Radio 4 including his own series 'Mark Steel's in Town', author of several books and a weekly columnist for the Independent newspaper. Mark has also hosted the last two CPIFF Awards Nights.
Beverly Dixon MD of Woolyback Productions, producer and executive producer of many TV and radio programs.
Mike Higgins Mike is arts editor at the Independent on Sunday.
Martin Tempia Martin has produced TV for over 25 years working for the likes of Celador, Hat Trick Productions and Polygram. He currently has his own projects in development with Channel 4 and the BBC.
The Hollywood Brazilian Film Festival ( HBRFEST ) is a young, rapidly growing festival dedicated to promoting independent filmmaking. The Festival separates itself from other film festivals by embracing the Brazilian flavor through screenings of Brazilian feature films, promoting renowned Brazilian stars and its dedication. The 2014 HBRFEST will include a variety of screenings of some of the year's top indie films, panels and workshops that feature award-winning actors, writers and directors, VIP parties and Film business industry. This year the HBRFEST will also recognize two award recipients in the following categories: The 2014 Rising Star Award and 2014 HBRFEST Award.
The 6th ANNUAL HOLLYWOOD BRAZILIAN FILM FESTIVAL will wrap up four days of fun, happiness and film. Guests, filmmakers, film lovers and celebrities will travel from all over the world to be a part of this unique Hollywood Brazilian film festival held at the luxurious, all-inclusive Egyptian theatre in Hollywood, California.
"The Hollywood Brazilian Film Festival (HBRFEST), is a non-profit 501c (3) Tax ID Number: 26-2563364 organization whose mission is to support and promote diverse visions by Brazilian filmmakers, and also promoting the diversity of our Brazilian culture".
Torremolinos International Fantastic Film Festival has become in a few years in one the most important events at Costa del Sol (Spain). Place in the Torremolinos' exhibition and conference centre: theaters with 480 and 920 people capacity. Organized by the Cultural Association "Cinefans", the festival it's now a reference of innovate and transgresive ideas. It starts at Halloween (with its own Halloween night) and it lasts 10 days: galas, shows, cosplay, horror movies marathons, lecture, concerts, charitable sessions, guests and honored films for their anniversary.
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The 16th Puchon International Student Animation Festival
Date: Oct 22, 2014 - Oct 26, 2014
About the event:
In 1999, the Puchon International Student Animation Festival (PISAF) embarked on its journey as the sole animation festival in Asia dedicated solely to students and has since earned high marks for the quality of its selections. PISAF has also committed itself to becoming a venue in which to introduce animations created by animators from home and abroad and nurture new talents in the digital content industry. The festival’s central program is its International Student Competition, which is designed to discover young and promising new talent in animation and showcase their work. There are two categories: Short Animated Films (less than 30 minutes) and New Media Content, which can include many different formats such as Internet/web, Mobile-based, stopmotion graphics, interactive animations and etc. In 2011 over 1,200 films from all over the world were submitted to PISAF.
Along with the competition, PISAF offers many opportunities for young animated filmmakers to meet masters of the cartoon and animation world. In 2011, Disney animator John Musker, director of The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Hercules and The Princess and the Frog have been featured. PISAF has played a major role in creating a network linking animation festivals worldwide through its collaborations with film fests in Annecy, Ottawa, Hiroshima, Zagreb, and the Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film. The festival also offers a cartoon and animation experience program to attract interested audience members. The program is also aimed at exposing the ways that cartoons and animation can help develop creativity across a variety of fields. PISAF hopes to see more people enjoying cartoon and animation in the future.
PISAF 2014, the festival’s 16th edition, will be held on October 22-26 with screenings, an animation fair, an educational convention and a variety of other special events.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
CANNES: The first edition of Rated SR Socially Relevant Film Festival New York was a huge success with the screening of 55 films from 18 countries and exciting opening and closing night celebrations.
“Amy Goodman provided a rousing keynote address to a festival that will hopefully last well into the future.” Wrote The Huffington Post.
Festival Founding Artistic Director Nora Armani will attend the Cannes Film festival to presents the winning documentaries: Small Small Thing, directed by Jessica Vale, and Not Who We Are, directed by Carol Mansour, from the festival’s slate at the Cannes Film Festival Doc Corner, May 14-23rd, along with Coal Rush, Coney Island: Dreams for Sale, Orphans of the Genocide, From the Black You Make Color, Stable Life and Born in Adana. To arrange for a meeting and for details visit: www.cinando.com/SquareMangoFilms
Grand Prize Winner, Small Small Thing, will also have its New York City theatrical premiere at The Quad Cinema, from June 6–12, 2014. This week–long run is offered by Rated SR Film Fest as the Grand Prize, courtesy of the QuadFlix Select program.
In New York, a new partnership with IndiePix http://www.indiepixfilms.com will see six short films from the festival’s slate released on DVD and VOD under the heading: Rated SR Films. New sponsorship and partnership opportunities are available at Rated SR that is already the talk of the media with a reach over 1M followers & likes. Contact: email@example.com for information.
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Closing Night: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iN3VcWdi1KM
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Submissions for 2015 (the 2nd edition) of Rated SR Film Festival open in June 2014. Main sidebars are: Women Filmmakers of the Middle East and The Forgotten Genocide 100 years later. More information may be found on the festival’s website: www.ratedsrfilms.org.
To arrange for a meeting with Ms. Armani in Cannes call: +33 6 51 61 19 62 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org