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From 17 to 18 October 2014, the Candiani Cultural Center is playing host to the Mestre Film Fest, the international short film festival now in its seventeen year and as always, with exciting new initiatives. Working with the Candiani is the Circuito Cinema and Office of Youth Policies and Peace of the City of Venice, UNICEF, Cinit Cineforum Italiano, Friends of the Arts in Mestre and Lions Club Mestre Castelvecchio. The new feature this year is from the world of production, the support of IMG Cinemas, and the new multiplex in Piazzale Candiani by the Furlan family, the storied operators of urban movie houses.
The films must fall into one of the following categories:
Short Stories Section
Short films running no longer than 15' (including the titles and the acknowledgements) are eligible, regardless of the topic (documentary, fiction, videoclip, etc.) shot on any format.
Videos for kids made by under-18 filmmakers or by any grade level school are eligible. The film can be shot on any format, but it must not run more than 10' (including the titles and the acknowledgements).
The criteria for evaluating the videos will consider the film’s effectiveness in achieving educational and visual goals and conciseness.
The UNICEF - Veneto Regional Committee - will award a prize or honourable mention to works that best meet the inspirational principles of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Special juries will make a preliminary selection of the submitted works. The juries have the final discretion to disqualify from the competition works considered violent, racist, pornographic or otherwise objectionable.
: Dawn Westlake.
A married couple vow never to speak another cross word, but playing some is not off the table.
Ron de Cana Productions is proud to present its 16th film, "Games People Play", a comedy noir shot in the spaghetti western style of Sergio Leone. Dawn Westlake directed, wrote and produced and stars as DIANA. Jon Carr shot the film on the Canon C500 and edited on Adobe Premiere. "Games People Play" has an original score by Alvarez featured guitarist Gregory Johnson of Acoustic Labs. Along with Dawn Westlake are actors David Razowsky, former artistic director of Second City-L...
The 20th annual Cucalorus Film Festival takes place November 12-16, 2014 in downtown Wilmington, North Carolina. The non-competitive festival showcases more than 200 films from all over the world and attracts an accumulated audience of 14,800 cultural travelers who come to celebrate the art-form and connect with peers. The festival's spirited celebration has been recognized as a breeding ground for young artists, new ideas and lifelong friendships. Festival programs focus on dance, music videos, emerging artists, social justice, works-in-progress, and international cinema. Cucalorus creates an opportunity for intimate engagement between audience and artist through the festival’s retreat-like atmosphere, resulting in friendships that extend far beyond the festival’s 5-day celebration.
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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.
Taos Shortz Film Fest
Is again searching the globe for outstanding short films. Call for entries are open now for the 8th edition. Taos Shortz was selected as one of "the 50 film festivals worth the entry fee" in the Spring edition of MovieMaker Magazine. TSFF 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 think you have what it takes, submit y...
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.
Roberto Christo of REVISTA CLIQUISH interviewed LA-based filmmaker Dawn Westlake from his office in Sao Paulo last week. http://www.revistacliquish.com/2014/05/an-interview-with-dawn-westlake.html
(If you'd prefer to read it in Portuguese, click here: http://www.revistacliquish.com/2014/05/entrevista-com-dawn-westlake.html)
: Dimitar Dimitrov- Animiter.
The painting has a value only in the moment of its creation; the rest is just a postcard from a far away voyage.
FOXED! has won its 5th AWARD - Best International Animated Short at the Garden State Film festival in Atlantic City.
FOXED! continues its festival run this spring 2014 with screenings at:
Dead by Dawn, Edinburgh, Scotland http://www.deadbydawn.co.uk
NorthWest Animation Festival, Portland, OR http://www.nwanimationfest.com
Edinburgh 3D Film Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland http://edinburgh-3d-film-festival.com
Dawn Westlake has been cast as Scottish actress Hayley McLaughlin's mother in Brandon Freer's "Capsized". The film goes into production in Southern California in May. http://www.capsizedthemovie.com/2014/04/02/dawn-westlake-as-mom/
Archived festival (terminated)
Set in Bison's wildlife area of Podlasie (it is not a joke). It is winter festival, it is pretty cold here, but we are the polish vodka capitol. 9000 festival-goers every year can confirm it.
Screenings are in art-house cinema running ourselves (450 seats) and local clubs, galleries and regional town around. Podlasie is one of the wildness and the most beautiful part of Poland. Our city doesn't has an airport, cause the new one is in progress. Bialystok is easilly accessible from Warsaw (where are two airports: Okecie - regular and charter flights and Modlin - low-cost airlines. From main station running daily around 14 trains and more buses to Bialystok what takes approx. 2 hours) and Kaunas in Lithuania (by bus approx. 3 hours)
Every year, instead of competitive 3 section (national, international and post-soviet competition called Window to the East) we do focuses on a regions. Total amount of awards is 15 000 EURO. Grand Prix is 2 000 EURO.
2014 GUAM - USA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES CALL FOR ENTRIES
Final Extended Deadline for Submissions is July 21
The Guam International Film Festival (GIFF) has officially announced its open call for entries to begin today, for its fourth annual event scheduled to take place in September. Submission forms can be completed directly online at the official GIFF website, www.guamfilmfestival.org.
Deadlines to submit films for the 2013 Guam International Film Festival are:...
Submission Deadline: July 1, 2014
Please review the Entry Guidelines and fill out the entry form. If submitting a physical copy of a screener (DVD) for consideration, please download our Entry Form PDF, fill it out, and include with your submission. Mail physical copies to:
Outflix Film Festival
892 South Cooper Street
Memphis, TN 38104
If submitting an online screener for consideration, please fill out our online entry form below, and include the screener ...
My trailer for "The Martini Effect" was invited into the competition at Krakow...Would love to get a vote or two from you all here in the filmfestivals community: http://trailers.krakowfilmfestival.pl/en/menu/trailers/-/trailers/0/the%20martini%20effect
"The Martini Effect" stars Emanuele Secci, known in Italy for his fastweb spot with George Clooney, and in the US for his fine ensemble work in the 2012 Sundance Producer's Award winner, "Nobody Walks", scripted...
It never rains in California? It pours. Man, it pours!! Here is a hello-thankyou ("Mersi!" is thank-you in Romanian) video I did at Cluj Shorts' invitation since I can't attend the fest personally later this month in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. ;-) Original music from the film is "Discovered in Darkness" by Gregory Johnson of Acoustic Labs.
For more info on "The Martini Effect" and to see a trailer, please visit: ...
The deadline is near so submit your film now. This festival will last 4 days in the heart of the NoHo Arts District in Los Angeles. April 10-13
All formats and genres accepted! Learn more about us! www.nohocinefest.com
The Grenada AfterGlow Film Fest brings art and culture to beautiful historic downtown Grenada, Mississippi.
Independent filmmakers from around the state and around the world can submit their entries. Our spotlight category is the “Feel Good” category.
We want viewers to be moved to feel the “AfterGlow” of the festival and of the small town atmosphere in Grenada.
Along with the films, there will be music, food and fun. Please come join us on October 18th, 2014. Let’s light up Grenada with the Grenada AfterGlow Film Fest and enjoy this family friendly event together.
"The Martini Effect" by Dawn Westlake has received an early acceptance from FerFilm Festival in Ferizaj, Kosovo for July 2014. Shot & edited by Brandon Bondehagen on Canon's C300, the film was scored by Alvarez-sponsored guitarist Gregory Johnson of Acoustic Labs. "The Martini Effect" stars Emanuele Secci, Dawn Westlake, David Razowsky & Susan Messing. It was shot on location in Los Angeles, Malibu, Puerto Rico and Barbados in 2013.
For more info and to see a tra...
Daazo - European Film Centre of Budapest, Hungary released the 2014 Berlinale edition of their WORLD OF SHORTS Magazine this week. Featured along with BAFTA-shortlisted filmmaker Toby Fell-Holden of the UK, Sorayos Prapapan of Thailand, Christina Grosan of Romania/Hungary, Joonas Makkonen of Finland, and Toma Waszarow of Bulgaria, Dawn Westlake of the USA answered the question "Why Make Short Films?" To read all the responses, pick up the magazine at the Berlinale Film Festival and tur...
The Noth Hollywood CineFest is accepting submissions through the end of this month and it's your chance to have your film shown on the big screen in the heart of Los Angeles. This is a 4 day event taking place in a new state of the art digital cinema.
CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT NOW!
The Insight Film Festival exists to encourage filmmakers throughout the world to make films about ‘faith’. It creates events and spaces where such films can be displayed, discussed and celebrated. It welcomes participants from all faith backgrounds and none and focuses particularly on young filmmakers. In doing so it wants to make positive contributions to understanding, respect and community cohesion.
Interview: James Stewart – Foxed!
The implementation of stereoscopic 3-D in film is still a relatively new concept. It’s a polarizing subject, with most casual moviegoers having no problem throwing wads of cash at major studios for the chance to put on the infamously un-hip glasses, while most hardcore cinephiles denounce the technique as a distracting, gimmicky blotch on the history of cinema. 3-D movies have been hugely lucrative for major studios, but most 3-D ...
Director James Stewart has delivered a beguiling 3D stop-motion animated journey with FOXED! In this 4 minute cautionary tale, delicate Emily is found enslaved by foxes in a dank, hard-labour cave. When she thinks her freedom is within reach, she discovers a reality far more heart-breaking. Delivered with imagination, precision and the otherworld whimsy of a Grimm’s Fairy Tale, this Canadian short film leaves you wanting more, as only the best short films can. Collecting awards aro...
The 4th annual Seattle Shorts Film Festival is now accepting submissions for our new category "College Student Shorts" featuring a rolling fee of just $10.00 including photocopy of college ID. This year the Seattle Shorts Film Festival, is reaching out to young talent at the college and university level to submit short projects at a reduced rate, but also get the chance to screen their films in front of an international audience November 8th, 2014 at the SIFF Cinema.
Please visit our ...