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Mission Statement: The Scottsdale International Film
Festival is a destination event and catalyst for connecting
diverse filmmakers from around the world with film lovers in a
fresh, thought-provoking, and enduring community of support. This mission has grown more vital with each passing year. Since its inception the Scottsdale International
Film Festival has reached an audience of over 63,500 and has
showcased more than 315 films and videos.
The Spirit Quest Film Festival has opened their call for entries for
their 2012 season and is currently seeking inspirational, thought
provoking and intriguing films and screenplays from around the world.
Created and maintained by film festival veterans with deep ties
within the industry, Spirit Quest hopes to provide submitting filmmakers
and screenwriters with the exposure and attention they deserve for all
of their hard work.
We're looking for anything that will move us, make us laugh, cry and
learn something about ourselves and the world we inhabit in the process.
We hope to inspire, enlighten and challenge our audiences by
showcasing films and awarding screenplays that explore the best (and
sometimes the worst) of the human experience.
Films and stories of faith, courage and success, that
celebrate and explore our diversity, our planet and our politics. From
introspective meditations on relationships, to mind boggling journeys to
far away places and anything in between – share your vision with us.
If you have a film or screenplay that fits any of these descriptions, we want to see it!
All genres accepted - dramas, documentaries, comedies, animation,
music videos and any film dealing with the above themes. There is even a
special category for young filmmakers under the age of 18 this season.
The best films will be shown at our three day Festival at the Frank G. Pogue Center on the campus of Edinboro University of Pennsylvania (USA), April 12 - 15, 2012.
Awards will be presented to the Best Films and Screenplays.
We are waiting to be wowed!
To enter your film or screenplay, please visit our website:
Films may also be entered using Without A Box by clicking the link below:
Deadline for entries is March 15, 2012.
The Winter Film Awards (WFA) is a celebration of cinema and the performing arts. The 2012 Winter Film Awards Festival will run from February 9-12 with a series of award ceremonies and special events. The star-studded launch event will take place in New York City on Thursday, February 9, 2012. The awards show will air on American Primetime Television, a new IPTV multi-platform network, distributed by Omniverse TV reaching over 45 million households. Calls for open enrty are now open. Films can be submitted through www.withoutabox.com and all talent can be submitted through www.winterfilm awards.com
The Big Apple Film Festival, presented by the Big Apple Film Society, takes place annually at the world famous Tribeca Cinemas in the heart of the greatest city in the world.
The BAFF, named one of MovieMaker Magazine's top "25 Film Festivals Worth The Entry Fee" and "One of the 25 Coolest Film Festivals", is dedicated to showcasing and promoting the highest quality films from the New York City independent film community, as well as additional specially selected films from across the country and around the world. Additionally, the festival is proud to honor a variety of New York City based filmmakers, writers, actors and artists who have played an influential role in the growth of independent filmmaking in the Big Apple. Each year BAFF presents awards in a variety of categories including Best Feature Film, Short Film, Documentary, Animation,Experimental, NYC Cityscape Award,Student Film Award, Golden Apple Award, and NY Emerging Talent Award.
Previous Golden Apple Award Recipients include filmmakers and actors such as: Morgan Spurlock, Alan Cumming, Ernie Hudson and Kevin Corrigan
NY Emerging Talent Award
Each year BAFF presents its NY Emerging Talent Award to an up-and coming actor and/or filmmaker who displays extraordinary talent and influence in the independent film community.
Previous NY Emerging Talent Award recipients include:
Louisa Krause (King Kelly, Martha Marcy May Marlene, Young Adult, Double or Nothing).
Noah Bean (Morning Glory, Damages, The Pill) and Rachel Boston (500 Days Of Summer, The Pill)
Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee Jesse Eisenberg
Aaron Stanford (X-Men, Cake Eaters, Winter Solstice, The Hills Have Eyes)
Zoe Lister Jones (Lola Versus, All Good Things, Armless, Breaking Upwards, State of Play, Salt, NBC's Whitney)
2013 Fest Dates: Friday, Oct. 4 - Tuesday, October 8, 2013
Mission Statement: The Scottsdale International Film Festival is a destination event and catalyst for connecting diverse filmmakers from around the world with film lovers in a fresh, thought-provoking, and enduring community of support. This mission has grown more vital with each passing year. Since its inception the Scottsdale International Film Festival (SIFF) has reached an audience of over 71,500 and has showcased more than 350 films and videos.
As its primary activity, the Festival presents a five-day annual October film festival as a destination event for Scottsdale, its surrounding communities, and for its feeder markets. The Festival has showcased more than 350 films over the past 12 years from more than 60 nations, including unique works from countries as diverse as Argentina, Azerbaijan, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Finland, India, Israel, Japan, Kyrgystan, Mali, Mexico, Slovenia, South Korea, Sweden, Tanzania, and Viet Nam.
During the most recent 12th Festival in October 2012, a wide range of films and filmmakers, including:
* An Opening Night showing of THE EYE OF THE STORM, directed by Fred Schepisi, who was in attendance and answered questions from the audience after the film;
* Three Centerpiece showings of STRUCK BY LIGHTNING starring Chris Colfer of GLEE; SHADOW DANCER starring Clive Owen; and QUARTET - Dustin Hoffman's directorial debut.
* A Closing Night showing (and Arizona premiere) of THE SESSIONS, staring Helen Hunt and John Hawkes;
* The Arizona premieres of 11 films; and
* The award-winning Czech Republic film NICKY'S FAMILY, about the remarkable efforts one man took to rescue 669 Czech children from death during WWII.
Most of the 38 feature films (69 screenings) presented during the 2012 five-day event, including four foreign language Oscar contenders, would not have been seen in the metropolitan area if not for the Festival.
Awards: Artistic Diversity Award and Audience Award for Best Film
Submission Formats: DVD NTSC/PAL and Online Screeners
Screening Formats: DCP and professionally duped Blu-Ray only!
Submit at: http://www.withoutabox.com/login/2821
DEADLINES & PRICES
February 23, 2013: Earlybird Deadline
June 1, 2013: Regular Deadline
July 1, 2013: Late Deadline
July 15, 2013: WAB Extended Deadline
Feature Films and Documentary Films
Length: over 70 minutes
2013 Winter Film Awards celebration launches February 28 2013
Our mission is to recognize excellence and diversity in cinema and to promote learning and artistic expression for all people at all stages of their artistic careers. We celebrate the crazy cultural mixture that is New York City, showcasing emerging filmmakers from every age, ethnic, racial, religious, cultural, political and geographic perspective.
Our series of events honors filmmakers on all levels - from the masters of cinema and the arts to the creative novice just starting out in the industry.
The Winter Film Awards will be February 28 - March 3 2013 and our March 2 Awards Ceremony will be televised nationally on American Primetime Television via Omniverse TV and our national affiliates, and is to reach an international audience in 119 cities through multiple platforms, including iPad, mobile phones and other devices.
The Winter Film Awards is partnered with local NYC film schools, cultural societies and non-profit organizations. The Awards Celebration includes several other exciting components including Indie Film Awards, a Film Festival and a Talent Competition celebrating the Creative Arts.
For VIDEOKRONIK we are looking for music videos from Local, National and International bands/performers, rare & obscure, brand new, dusty old, small label, Independent, animation, live action & ect. to be submitted for consideration.
20min|max is a short film festival - and the name says it all: movies of various genres that don't exceed a length of 20 minutes, will be shown from May 15th to May 20th 2010 in Ingolstadt (Bavaria/near Munich) at Ingolstadt Theatre and Audi Repertory Cinema. (Several prizes amounting 500 to 1000 Euros will be rewarded).
Having had great success at the third 20min|max-issue in 2009, the final festivalday of the 2010-edition will take place at the "Großes Haus" at Ingolstadt Theatre.
Starting from now, films can be submitted until March 26th 2010.
For the submission-form and further information please see also: www.20minmax.de.
Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Phone: +49 (0)89.660 64 89 74, email@example.com.
We are looking forward to your short movies!
20min|max _ Kurzfilmfestival
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First held in 1969 and taking its name from the traditional crop grown in the region, the Altin Koza (Golden Boll) Film Festival is held in Adana, a city located along Turkey's Mediterranean coast.
The Adana Altin Koza Film Festival has been reaching new heights each year by continually enriching its program and further widening the door opening onto world cinema.
Organized by the Adana Municipality , the film festival has to date included full-length feature films along with nationally produced short films and student films, thus providing considerable support to these efforts.
Beginning from 2008, a decision was made to broaden the scope of the festival to an international dimension within the framework of Mediterranean countries.