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The Warrambeen Film Festival is a new event developed in response to an identified need to preserve regional stories and history whilst also filling a gap in family friendly arts events on the rural calendar. The festival is a daylong event occurring on the 13th of March 2010 which will incorporate a competitive short film screening, live music and acts as well as a food and wine festival component showcasing the produce of the region. Warrambeen is 1.5hrs west of Melbourne between Geelong, Ballarat and Colac.
The motivation behind this event has always been about reinvesting into the community financially and artistically while preserving its history and engaging new audiences. With the eventual and inevitable loss of word of mouth story telling we believe that film, and especially the short film format, can bridge that gap which has formed and preserve our colourful stories and histories by committing them to film.
With the central theme of regional stories for regional audiences, the festival will select films to be screened with this core idea in mind, although all films will be considered and judged on merit. Furthermore, each year, the festival produces a ‘headline film’ concerning some facet of the immediate regions history, stories, or even based on a good yarn synonymous with the area.
Some fantasic prizes to be announced very soon!
Check out www.warrambeenfilmfestival.com.au and follow the links to submit your films while the early bird offer is still available.
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See you soon!
The Terrace Theaters of Charleston, SC are please to announce The
Charleston Film Festival. The Charleston Film Festival brings the best
of local and national films to the Charleston community. It has two
locations, one on the Charleston Harbor, and the other in James Island.
Scheduled for March 11-14 2009, the Charleston Film Festival will bring
film makers and film lovers in a three day celebration of the art form.
Three educational talks are planned, as well as and after-festival gala
and an awards ceremony. For more information, please see
The Producers Guild of
America will host the Producers Challenge contest, giving short film and
webisode producers ultimate access to top professionals and the opportunity to
win exceptional prizes. Finalists will be screened for attendees of the Guild’s
Produced By Conference on June 6 at Sony Pictures Studios. For more info, visit
The Kitsilano Film Festival will take place in the community and neighborhoods of Kitsilano August 14th, & 15th, 2009. The parameters of the films and videos in 2009 will be that they must be short films of any genre with a running time not exceeding 20 minutes (credits included).
The Five Minute Five Dollar FilmFest is designed
to provide a niche for filmmakers exploring moving pictures as an
The 9th annual festival will be held from May 1-3 for three days of short films, socializing and great prizes. There will be a $1000 grand prize for best short, as well as individual category prizes.
Short films of any genre are accepted and must be 41 minutes in length or less. Submissions must be made on NTSC DVD or VHS. Submission deadlines are as follows:
Accommodations will be provided to screening filmmakers on a first-come-first-served basis!
The SDAFF seeks to exhibit the best in dramatic narative features & shorts, documentary, animation, and experimental that showcase the word of Asian American or international artists. We strive to connect audiences with the Pan-Asian experience through film.
Texandance...FILM HAPPENS! again...
Kinofilm showcases the best of short films from around the world on both film and video, hi/low/no budget shorts, underground cinema,also seminars, forums, networking events and industry events.Competitive festival.