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NEW YORK NO LIMITS is seeking feature film submissions from the international community for consideration in its 2014 SUMMIT to be presented November 20th-22nd in New York City.
Feature Films must be at least 40 minutes in length. All genres and foriegn language films are welcome and strongly encouraged to submit. Since 2011 NYNL has curated over 250 films from 25 different countries. Our goal is to present the best in film from around the world.
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The Taos Shortz Film Fest continues screen global world class cinema and to provide filmmakers with a venue to showcase their work, participate in workshops, panels, and network with fellow filmmakers, media companies, producers and distributors.
NEXT DEADLINE: 22 November 2015
The Taos Shortz Film Fest is again searching the globe for outstanding short films. The festival is looking for compelling stories, exemplary production, cinematography and 100% awesome films. Voted one of "the 50 film festivals worth the entry fee" by Movie Maker's Magazine this spring, Taos Shortz boasts being the stellar shorts film fest in the country. Do you have a tale to tell? A secret to reveal? A truth that screams to be heard? If you ...
The Taos Shortz Film Fest (TSFF) is a forum that unites short films and filmmakers with the community, with the belief that films have the ability to change people’s lives. TSFF strives in its leadership of presenting world class independent cinema, to keep the cinematic arts thriving in New Mexico and to keep Taos on the map as a cinematic destination.
The Taos Shortz Film Fest continues to be a quality cinematic gateway for screening global indie short films. Being the only juried film fest in Taos, and the only Short Film Festival in a state where filming and filmmaking has an astonishing economic impact to the Industry. The Taos Shortz Film Fest continues to bring innovative program ideas that inspire and educate. Our films comprise cutting edge provocative themes that create responses and awareness to our community that can change social views and consciousness.
The Festival du nouveau cinéma is looking for films, interactive works and performances for its 43rd edition which will run from October 8 to 19, 2014 in Montréal !
Send us your works before June 15 to maybe be part of the Festival this year! Early bird rate before April 30, 2014 !
TO SUBMIT A FILM (FEATURE AND SHORT FILM)
Two easy ways to submit a short or feature film :
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NEW YORK NO LIMITS FILM SERIES is currently accepting Feature Films at least 40 minutes in length for its film festival event the NYNL Summit in November.
All genres of film are accepted and encouraged to submit. The early deadline for features is in effect until May 15th, 2014. Please visit our website at http://www.newyorknolimits.com to submit. For questions please send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Summit dates are November 20 - 22 at The Wild Project in NYC. A industry pan...
NEW YORK NO LIMITS is currently accepting Feature film entries in any subject, category and language for the 2014 NYNL SUMMIT.
New York No Limits is proud to host its 4th annual Summit, a film festival event, in New York City on November 20th - 22nd at The Wild Project. NYNL is seeking films that express the most vital vision of the filmmaker. Our goal is to program the best in cutting edge film from all countries and to serve as a platform for filmmakers to explore multifaceted content.
purgatory / noun / an intermediate place or state of temporary suffering for expiatory purification
Within the word “purgatory”, it is easy to envision condemned souls, torment and darkness. However, purgatory may also reflect the cyclic state in which we often rediscover or recreate ourselves anew from within our personal inflictions. Sometimes it is the necessary stage to exorcise ourselves from the haunting ghosts of the past. Perhaps it is the serene place of self reflection and realization.
From within this, DAMNED proudly presents an exhibition of powerful cinema called Purgatory. Held on March 7th & 8th 2014 at the Tangent Gallery in Detroit, Purgatory will present approximately 90 minutes of short films of introspective, emotive and/or enlightened subject matters from filmmakers worldwide. This is not an industry-focused film festival, but a tributary showcase of the often redemptive films from the filmmaker’s personal collections.
NOW FEATURING…THE DAMNED BAZAAR – Come in early before the show and visit the DAMNED Bazaar featuring over a dozen local DAMNED artists selling their own merchandise, prints and original art. Help support local artists! (Contact us for reserving your Bazaar space)
Purgatory IV – A Cinematic Exploration of the Soul
Fri March 07 – Showtimes 7pm 9pm
Sat March 08 – Showtimes 5pm 7pm 9pm
The DAMNED Bazaar will open at 6pm Friday and 4pm Saturday until midnight.
Admission is $10 or $5 with valid student ID.
A cash bar is also present for alcoholic (and non) pleasures.
This event is 18+ due to mature/disturbing art and film content.
Tangent Gallery, 715 E Milwaukee, Detroit, MI
Considered among the top 100 most popular film festivals in the world, the Annual Great Lakes International Film Festival has officially opened its Call for Entries for the 2014 Festival, which will be showcasing the best works of emerging and veteran filmmakers.
For our 2014 season, we are accepting submissions internationally of feature length and short length films in the genres of Documentary, Experimental, Religious/Spiritual, Animation, Comedy, Horror, with Horror sub-genres that include ...
Submissions Have CLOSED
and we have piles and piles of shorts to screen for the holidays.
So we are making popcorn and screening shorts from at least 30 countries.
Stay tuned here when we make our
Official Selections Annoucement January 22nd
The 7th annual Taos Shortz Film Fest is March 20 to 23rd, 2014 at the Taos Center for the Arts in beautiful Taos, New Mexico.
Over 90 short global and regional fi...
From 10th to 14th of September 2014. Tuzla will host third in a row Tuzla Film Festival. Organizer will provide guests, as previous years, the opportunity to enjoy superb films, meetings with actors , directors and other film professionals.
The festival will be based on five categories : feature-length and short films , animation and documentaries , and "Shoot with anything". Films entering the competition categories are South Slavic, and coming from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Macedonia, Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro. Directors of the South Slavic origin can also apply.
TFF 2013 visited Nikola Kojo , Mira Banjac , Zijad Gračić , Jorge Fuentes , Daniel Utješanović , Zdenka Gold , Bobo Jelcic , Dalibor Matanic , Miroslav Momcilovic , Dragan Marinkovic , Milan Lucic , Momcilo Mrdaković , Igor Turčinović , Ismar Mujezinovic , Ivan Ramadan and many other well-known and lesser-known filmmakers . Within TFF 2012 guests were our Emir Hadzihafizbegovic,Miroslav Momcilovic , Milos Samolov , Dragan Marinkovic , Ademir Kenović , Elma Tataragic , Lazar Ristovski , Janko Baljak .
Currently a team of MF works on preparation activities within the TFF of 2014. Team of TFF will this year be on several international film festivals such as the Berlinale and Cannes Film Festival . It is important to stress that slowly but surely Tuzla Film Festival is becoming a regional European festival and expanding from the local to the regional level .
Call for Film Submissions for KASHISH 2014
Film Submissions now open for 5th KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival
5th KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival will be held from May 21 - 25, 2014 (tentative dates).
KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival is the first and only LGBTQ film festival in India to be held in a mainstream theater and the only queer festival to receive clearance from the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.
Over the previous 4 ed...
The Little Rock Film Festival is now accepting entries to it’s 8th annual event. The LRFF2014 will be held May 13, 2014 to May 18, 2014.
Little Rock Film Festival is one of the most competitive film festivals in the country. Rated twice by MovieMaker Magazine as one of the top 25 film festiva...
Buff Enterprises organises the annual British Urban Film Festival in London. It also makes reality shows and produces documentaries profiling independent film in the UK. It also publishes a monthly blog which features insider news and opinion on the UK film industry.
Buff Enterprises launched in July 2005 with the aim to provide a healthy alternative to the showcasing of urban independent cinema in the UK. Since then, there has been a concerted effort by the UK film industry to address this imbalance in the cinema landscape both on and off screen. As a publisher-broadcaster, Buff has played its' part in developing and attracting audiences who have shown both passive and active interests in this genre. The annual British Urban Film Festival is the only festival of its' kind in the UK and has become a trusted source for film fans keen to tap into one of the fastest growing creative industries in the UK.
Call for Entries OPEN for the 2014 Taos Shortz Film Fest
Come join the hottest shorts film fest in the country. Taos Shortz is dedicated to featuring quality juried short films from around the globe and provide filmmakers with a venue to showcase their work, participate in workshops, panels, and network with fellow filmmakers, media companies, producers and distributors.
This year we are excited to join in the Film Festival Life Community for our online submission service...
MISSION & OBJECTIVE:
The Let’s All Be Free Film Festival explores and celebrates what 'being free' means to people all over the world, via the medium of film.
We seek to create a comfortable and open forum that will encourage constructive dialogue and debate around the notion of being free, with the aim of creating greater understanding and awareness around this vital issue.
We want to use this enhanced knowledge and insight to implement a tangible, positive force for good in the world around us, and inspire others to do the same.
One of the ways we want to achieve this is through creative expression – through the powerful and timeless medium of film. We seek to find the best, boldest and brightest cinematic expressions of being free, and showcase them to the world. We want to know what being free means to YOU.
We welcome anyone who is interested in becoming involved, in whatever way they can. If you have something to say about what being free means to you, then we want to hear it!
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL:
The Let’s All Be Free Film Festival is one part of a wider creative project, also entitled Let's All Be Free. This cross-platform initiative encompasses many things - the annual film festival; a creative platform for essays, photography, art and music exploring what it means to be free; an online exhibition space and community; a forum for discussion and debate; a regular blog; and short documentaries where people are asked what 'being free' means to them.
More more information about the Let's All Be Free Film Festival, you can check out our dedicated festival website at www.labfff.com.
To find out more about the wider Let's All Be Free project, please visit: www.letsallbefree.com.
The inaugural Let's All Be Free Film Festival was held at the Brunei Gallery in central London from 5th-7th April 2013, and was a resounding success! Hundreds of film-lovers, filmmakers, activists, academics, press, curious participants and the general public gathered to watch nearly 40 superb new short films from around the world – a truly diverse range of fascinating voices that explored what it means to be free.
We hosted panel discussions and audience Q&As with high-profile guests such as BAFTA nominated director Kim Longinotto, Amnesty International, filmmaker and award-winning human rights activist Marijn Poels, civil liberties organisation Liberty, The Equality Trust, Institute for Fiscal Studies economist Prof. Richard Disney, and international filmmakers visiting from across the world to see their film on the big screen.
"The Let’s All Be Free Film Festival was brilliant – I really hope it’s back next year!” (Hannah Khalil, BBC)
“Definitely a bright new star on London’s film festival circuit and hopefully here to stay.” (Life Is A Festival)
"We loved being at Let's All Be Free! Amazing films and people!" (Rachael Henley, actress - Chronicles of Narnia)
"Wow - the Let's All Be Free Film Festival was one of the best independent film festivals I've been to in years." (Maggie Gogler, producer)
Let’s All Be Free was founded in 2012 by award-winning film director Tariq Nasir, who has been exploring issues of equality and what it means to be free all his life. Born in New York to an American mother and a Palestinian father, Tariq has lived in Palestine, Jordan, the UK and the US, and has always wanted to improve communication and understanding between people, a shared aim of the Let’s All Be Free project.
As well as having extensive experience in conflict resolution and diversity training, he has also led workshops to combat prejudice and has facilitated Jewish-Palestinian dialogue groups. He has always been passionate about cross-cultural activities that aim to promote greater understanding between people.
With its overwhelmingly successful debut, The Let’s All Be Free Film Festival has caught the world’s attention - and we want you to be part of the next one!
New York No Limits (NYNL) upcoming deadlines include the Early Deadline for upcoming short film series on August 29th in New York at The Wild Project, 195 E. 3rd St. NYC. The deadline to submit for short films is June 7th. Shorts must be no longer than 29 minutes in length.
Any language, style or genre is accepted. Student films, videos, documentaries etc. accepted.
Please visit our website at http://www.newyorknolimits.com to submit or email us at email@example.com.&n...
URANIUM FILM FESTIVAL AWARD WINNER - ATOMIC IVAN EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
VIKTORIA GROMIK WITH YELLOW OSCAR IN RIO DE JANEIRO
Cornwall Film Festival is now calling for entries for the following categories:
DECENT EXPOSURE UK Newcomers Short Film Competition
Entries of any genre from anywhere in the UK made by new filmmakers.
Qualifiers for newcomers Films:
Maximum length: 20 minutes (approx.)
Filmmakers must be either a student or an up-and-coming filmmaker
Films must have been completed since January 2012.
Award: Jury Award - Decent Exposure Newcomers Award
DIGITAL PIONEERS *New for 2013
NEW YORK NO LIMITS FILM SERIES Call For Entry for its 2013 Screenplay Competition is still open. The deadline to submit a screenplay is 5/15/13. Please go to our website at http://www.newyorknolimits.com for submission instructions.
The winning screenplay will receive a $4,000.00 prize towards producing the short film. NYNL will announce the award winning screenplay in August 2013. This is an international competition and screenplays from all over the world are accepted.
NEW YORK NO LIMITS FILM SERIES continues its 2013 programming with a short film night on June 27th at NUYORICAN POETS CAFE at 7pm. Films must be no longer than 29 minutes in length from anywhere in the world. All categories of film, style and genre are accepted.
Extended deadline ends on 5/15/13 for short film night on 6/27. Lineup will be announced on 5/25.
NYNL is hosting the following short film night on 8/29/13 at The Wild Project in NYC. Early deadline for the short film night ...
UMFF 2013 Call for Entries Now Open! The Urban Mediamakers Film Festival (UMFF) promotes and supports a diverse independent media arts community in the Southeast and worldwide by showcasing independent projects from around the world in English and Spanish. UMFF 2013 brings a creative atmosphere that encompasses metro-Atlanta's signature of being culturally diverse. "Changing the World, One Story at a Time" is the festival's theme, with exceptional films -- animations, shorts, f...
“I remember getting a call from Carlos, the festival founder, saying that he wanted to show my film in the digital showcase. It was a huge deal for me. Some people dream of Sundance and other festivals. For me, with the size of this movie, it just felt like some validation that somebody outside of Memphis saw it and appreciated it. It was a fantastic experience. Probably one of the best of my life,” said director Craig Brewer (FOOTLOOSE, HUSTLE & FLOW, BLACK SNAKE ...
The 7th Annual Little Rock Film Festival (www.littlerockfilmfestival.org) submission deadline in the Narrative, Shorts and Documentary categories is April 1st, 2013. We accept national and international submissions via Withoutabox.com.
LRFF showcases the best international films and the best in narrative, documentary, and short films from around the World. Recent LRFF prize winners/alums have included Beasts of the Southern Wild, Winters Bone, Another Earth, Tiny Furniture, Breaking Upwards, ...