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SOHOFILMFEST celebrates cutting-edge digital technology while honoring traditional forms of storytelling, encourages new and seasoned filmmakers from here in New York City and around the world to create and send in their fresh and innovative cinematic pieces. By enticing filmmakers, journalists and cineastes from America and across the globe, we expect to draw audiences to NYC, known for its artistic community and cultural sophistication. It is our way of helping boost the profile, the sense of pride, and the economy of the local community and the city itself.
We invite you to get involved in the fifth year of the SOHO International Film Festival NYC in April 2014.
Accepting full-length features, short films and documentaries from professionals and amateurs alike, SOHOFILMFEST will hold screenings, panels and host social events and other networking opportunities for everyone involved. Leading figures from all disciplines of the film industry including distributors and media will be in attendance.
For more info, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Facebook Fan Page: SOHO International Film Festival NYC (SohoFilmFest)
ENFOQUE International Christian Short Film Festival presents some of the greatest new short films by emerging filmmakers to be recognize by a series of Jury and Audience Awards.
Change the world one short film at a time.
ENFOQUE presents some of the greatest new short films by emerging filmmakers to be recognize by a series of Jury and Audience Awards. We to support emerging filmmakers, inspires audiences through the power of visual storytelling.
Welcome to the Louisiana International Film Festival
The Louisiana International Film Festival (April 18th – 21st, 2013) is proud to feature an exciting selection of World Premieres, Louisiana Premieres, and American Independent films in our upcoming inaugural festival.
What is LIFF?
Quvenzhané Wallis and Chesley Heymsfield at
Beasts of the Southern Wild premiere.
The Louisiana International Film Festival & Mentorship Program (LIFF) aims to act as a conduit for education and outreach where the residents of Louisiana may obtain skills and relationships that enable them to play a central role in the State’s burgeoning film industry. Created as a nexus for local talent, LIFF provides access to opportunity through carefully developed mentorship programs, workshops, guest lectures, and competitive screenings. The festival's signature event is its inaugural launch April 18 - 21, 2013 in New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana (USA).
Carmarthen Bay Film Festival
is all about encouraging and supporting independent film
and cinema here in Wales the UK and Internationally.
The festival is and will always be, a champion of independent film!
Our is motto ‘This festival is honest’
In April 2012 Carmarthen Bay Film Festival was founded by Kelvin Guy.
The festival was held for the first time in Llanelli,Carmarthenshire,the home town of Wales' very first Hollywood film Gareth Hughes. The festival is very much the champion of the independent film maker and cinema in the UK! Carmarthen Bay Film Festival was one of the first festivals to sign up to UFFO code of conduct. Which basically means it's an open and ethical one! The festival also has a committee/board AND an independent panel of judges which is overseen by Kelvin as it's CEO
Kelvin Guy Festival Founder and CEO.
Wynford Ellis Owen Festival President.
Tyrone D Murphy Executive Director.
Iwan Rees Festival Director.
Robert Lloyd Press Officer.
Judges confirmed for 2013
Wynford Ellis Owen
Tyrone D Murphy
Submissions & Categories Cyflwyniadau & Categoriau
Productions must be independently produced, with the maker retaining complete editorial control and copyright. Productions must have been completed after January 1, 2010
Feature (OVER 60 MINS)
Documentary Feature (OVER 60 MINS)
Sci-Fi / Horror Feature(OVER 60 MINS)
Foreign Language Feature(OVER 60 MINS)
Welsh language Feature (OVER 60 MINS)
Welsh Language Short Film
Foreign Language Short
Horror / Sci-Fi Short
Formats accepted for film
DVD region 1 and 2 ntsc/pal
Three copies of your film are required
Early Bird £10(until December 2012)
General Submission £20.00
This is what one of the many film makers that attend our first festival had to say!
"I was utterly thrilled to be involved with Carmarthen Bay's first ever film festival. It was obvious from the whole set-up that the organisers had worked hard to bring not only experienced and new filmmakers together, but also the whole community. I believe that this festival has been a breath of fresh air for We
st Wales and a great opportunity for Welsh filmmakers to stand on the same platform as the rest of the UK's talent in showcasing their work. I sincerely hope that this festival will grow and grow to highlight national as well as international talent right on our doorstep here in Wales. Thank you so much for your support with both my short films!"
Accepting unique and bizarre short films and plays.
Oct 22-24, 29-31, NYC
This year IV Kiev International Film Festival will be dedicated to the family cinema and will consist of two competitions: family and animated features and three non-competitive programs: "Music in Focus" (movies about musicians, cinema-koncerts etc.), "The Best Comedies of 2011-2012" and "Sport in Action". Now we are selecting the best movies of the last two years (2011-2012) to these programs. So we'll be glad to get your creations till 15-th of August to our post address: 03057, Kiev, Prospekt Peremogy, 44, Dovzhenko's Motion Film Studio, office 4 or write to us by e-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org (Program Department).
90to5’s call for entries goes out to all movie and tv editors, film students and enthusiasts worldwide. The challenge: cut a full length feature down to 5 minutes. The catch: keep true to the original story... or create a new one.
Public voting will determine the winners of awesome material and cash prizes.
Go to www.challenge.90to5.org for movie download links, infos, tutorials and to upload your edit. Entry is free! Submission deadline is August 15th 2012. Vote and win at www.90to5.org.90to5 Awards
The Phenom Film Fest is being held in the Shreveport-Bossier City, Louisiana area. No stranger to filmmaking, the region has experienced a major boom in recent years, with numerous studios calling the region home. Since Louisiana offers one of the top tax incentive programs for filmmaking nationwide, it's no wonder it's been referred to as "Hollywood South."
While major film studios have used the locale to serve as the backdrop for numerous cities and countries worldwide, the Phenom Film Fest serves to draw interest, support and attention to independent filmmaking locally and internationally. The festival will show roughly 40-60 features and shorts while showcasing fun, interactive and innovative talk panels.
The festival's main purpose of existance is create alternative venues for
watching South African produced films as well as films from Africa and the
world. Use film as tool to empower peoples lives towards nation building and
township regeneration. Foster the development of of audiences for the
appreciation of independently produced film products. Contribute to the
growth of a film industry in Ekurhuleni.
Increase an interest for pursuing as a career. Showcase and exhibit films through
Ekurhuleni Film Festival. Develop new audiences and create a cinema friendly
culture for locally (South African) produced films within Ekurhuleni and the
the surrounding areas.
Edinburgh Short Film Festival
Following a highly successful inaugural year, the Edinburgh Short Film Festival will again showcase the best Scottish, UK & International
short films in cinemas and film venues across the stunning city of Edinburgh in June 2012 and we are now open for submissions to this year's festival.
There will be free talks and seminars on films and film-making hosted by the Ragged University as well as continuing to host our lively film-maker networking sessions and other social events following the screenings.
The event is scheduled for early June and screenings will take place in cinemas and film venues across the city.
Films of all genres and budgets will be considered. Please note the following points:
- Fees £10 per films (maximum length 25 minutes)
- The deadline for film submissions is Friday May 4th 2011, and details of the film program will be posted on our website shortly after this date.
- Please don’t submit your only copy! Discs cannot be returned!
- Entrants may submit more than one film.
- All successful entrants will be informed in May.
Calling filmmakers around the world ... submit your SHORT film NOW ... for an opportunity to pitch it to industry professionals and screened in LA before a live audience ...
The Pitch-It consortium is looking for the next generation of filmmakers. We are looking for filmmakers who want to pitch their film to a live audience and panel of industry professionals. Submission Judges will select 5 semi-finalist and 15 awardees for live judging and presentation awards (winners need not be present at screening to win winners notified and can submit a DVD Acceptance or Pitch It Dialogue)
SUBMIT YOUR FILM NOW
Web Address: http://www.jbuproductions.com or http://www.pitch-it.net
Deadline Midnight February 29, 2012
For More Info: email@example.com
The MIX Short Film Awards (for produced shorts and scripts) - Outside of rewarding current projects, The MIX pairs up emerging short film writers and filmmakers for the purpose of producing future high quality shorts in both traditional and non-traditional formats. This contest helps facilitate the production of short films by pairing up our top winning screenwriters & filmmakers and offering them cash prizes or production opportunities. Outside of our main categories where we accept all genres and niches, three awards will be given to the most inspiring writer or filmmaker who best utilizes film as a medium to create awareness, social change, or bring a unique perspective to any one topic. The screening events will be held at the historic Byrd Theatre, Feb 17-19, 2012.
The Northern Wave International Film Festival will be celebrated from the 2th to the 4th of March 2012
in Grundarfjörður, Iceland. The philosophy of the festival, upon which
its name is based, is Nouvelle Vague, or New Wave. Like Nouvelle Vague,
Northern Wave attempts to revive the recognition of film making as an
art form and the director as artist/author. An important goal of the
festival is to develop relationships between experienced filmmakers and
emerging filmmakers in Iceland and other countries. We are a visionary
festival that celebrates artistic and ground braking films by filmmakers
who dare to take risks.
From page to production, from production to profession, the Brownfish Short Film Festival NYC is dedicated to helping filmmakers and screenwriters get their work exhibited and grow their career paths.
Along with film screenings and screenplay readings, the BSFFNYC presents seminars and workshops with industry professionals to provide emerging filmmakers and screenwriters with the information and business advice needed to take their careers to the next level.
This is a judged contest awarding cash and prizes. We believe the greatest support given to filmmakers and screenwriters is the incentive to make more films.
Now accepting submissions through August 1, 2013
For more information and to submit, visit www.brownfish.com
The Forest Park Film Festival promotes independent film makers Not only are movies featured at the festival, but
they are promoted by radio interviews and movie reviews. With
permission from film producers, the film will also air on Springfield's
Public Access Television. Any genre (fiction, documentary, animation)
is Eligible for submission. The Forest Park Film Festival is held at
the Bing Arts Center at 716 Sumner Avenue, Springfield, Massachusetts.
The submission fee is $19.95
Submission Fee is paid
below - mail DVD to David Ewen at 88 Appleton St, Springfield, MA 01108.
Send email to Ewenprime@yahoo.com to alert us to watch for DVD. Go to: http://epndiscovers.webs.com/filmfestival.htm
The Made-in-Michigan Film Festival (MiMFF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit
organization that celebrates and promotes independent films exclusively
from the state of Michigan through an annual Film Festival in the
historical downtown of Lapeer, MI. In addition to the annual event, the
Made-in-Michigan Film Society (MiMFS) has been formed to showcase
independent Michigan films through a monthly gathering, and give an
opportunity for film-goers to interact with film makers. By giving
Michigan Filmmakers exposure and a venue to display their films, the
MiMFF strives towards enhancing the quality of economic and cultural
life in the State of Michigan.