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CALL 4 ENTRIES 2011

SUBMITTING TO THE 2011 IRVINE FILM FESTIVAL

U.S. & INTERNATIONAL SHORT NARRATIVE, DOCUMENTARY AND ANIMATION
- Short films under 50 minutes in length.
- $30 ENTRY FEE

U.S. & INTERNATIONAL FEATURE NARRATIVE, DOCUMENTARY AND ANIMATION
- Features over 50 minutes in length.
- $40 ENTRY FEE

U.S. & INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
- Any genre under 30 minutes
- College/Universities
- Must include proof of student status.
- $25 ENTRY FEE

U.S. & INTERNATIONAL YOUNG ADULT COMPETITION
- Any genre under 15 minutes
- 7 - 12th grade
- Must include proof of student status.
- $25 ENTRY FEE

OFFICIAL SUBMISSION DEADLINE - JULY 29

U.S. & INTERNATIONAL SHORT NARRATIVE, DOCUMENTARY AND ANIMATION
- Short films under 50 minutes in length.
- $40 ENTRY FEE

U.S. & INTERNATIONAL FEATURE NARRATIVE, DOCUMENTARY AND ANIMATION
- Features over 50 minutes in length.
- $50 ENTRY FEE

U.S. & INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
- Any genre under 30 minutes
- College/Universities
- Must include proof of student status.
- $35 ENTRY FEE

U.S. & INTERNATIONAL YOUNG ADULT COMPETITION
- Any genre under 15 minutes
- 7 - 12th grade
- Must include proof of student status.
- $35 ENTRY FEE

LATE SUBMISSION DEADLINE - SEPTEMBER 1

U.S. & INTERNATIONAL SHORT NARRATIVE, DOCUMENTARY AND ANIMATION
- Short films under 50 minutes in length.
- $50 ENTRY FEE

U.S. & INTERNATIONAL FEATURE NARRATIVE, DOCUMENTARY AND ANIMATION
- Features over 50 minutes in length.
- $70 ENTRY FEE

U.S. & INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
- Any genre under 30 minutes
- College/Universities
- Must include proof of student status.
- $45 ENTRY FEE

U.S. & INTERNATIONAL YOUNG ADULT COMPETITION
- Any genre under 15 minutes
- 7 - 12th grade
- Must include proof of student status.
- $45 ENTRY FEE

FOR MORE INFO: www.irvinefilmfest.com

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

-All films must have been completed after January 1, 2010
-Film must be submitted in NTSC or PAL DVD region 0 or 1. Do not send us original masters because the DVD’s will not be returned.
-DVD’s should be labeled with the title, running time, email and your phone number.
-We do except work in progress but your film needs to be close to completion for us to be able to make a decision. If your film is selected it must be complete before 11-11-11
-Do not send us your press kit until your film has ben selected.
-All Non-English films MUST have English subtitles
-You may submit more than one film. Each film must be submitted separately with your form and appropriate fee
-If you like to get a confirmation of your submission. please enclose a self address stamped postcard which we can send back to you.

-Checks or U.S.money orders made payable to Irvine International Film Festival
-Entries outside the U.S. must be paid by credit Card only
-Please write the title of the movie on your check or money order.
-We do not accept international money orders
-All fees are non refundable
-Entries will not be viewed without the appropriate fees.

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