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  1. For the past four years Project Native has hosted a successful environmental film festival in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts. The festival is unique in that it is the only film festival presented free of charge to the community. By making it a free event, we hope to share information about current environmental issue to everyone in our community.

    Our environmental film festival showcases documentaries selected for their artistry and illumination of global issues and actions that impact our future. Each year we select a variety of films that are both educational and entertaining to give people a feeling that environmental solutions are within our grasp and do-­‐able.

    Films are selected for their support of the mission of Project Native to encourage the stewardship of the planet while serving to educate, inspire, enrage and engage viewers. In addition, we seek to show films that have not been widely distributed in the area.

About Project Native

Project Native is a non-­‐profit environmental education organization committed to growing native plants, maintaining a native butterfly house and wildlife sanctuary, and promoting stewardship of the local landscape.

For more information about Project Native visit www.projectnative.org. 

 


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Project Native Environmental Film Festival

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Festival presentation: 
  1. Project Native seeks submissions for the 5th Annual Environmental Film Festival. For the past four years Project Native has hosted a successful environmental film festival in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts. Our environmental film festival showcases documentaries selected for their artistry and illumination of global issues and actions that impact our future. Each year we select a variety of films that are both educational and entertaining to give people a feeling that environmental solutions are within our grasp and do-­‐able.

    Films are selected for their support of the mission of Project Native to encourage the stewardship of the planet while serving to educate, inspire, enrage and engage viewers. In addition, we seek to show films that have not been widely distributed in the area.

  2. The festival is unique in that it is the only film festival presented free of charge to the community. By making it a free event, we hope to share information about current environmental issue to everyone in our community.

Festival Nickname: 
Project Native Film Festival
Festival Logo: 
Theme: 
Children
Documentary
Education
Environnement/Nature
Family
Health/Medical
Human Rights
Science
Youth/Teen
Category/Format: 
Digital / DVD
Documentaries
Short films
Work-In-Progress
Festival Info
Price info: 
FREE
Next Festival Dates: 
04/11/2015 - 04/12/2015
Is the Festival open to the public ?: 
Yes
Does the Festival have a market?: 
No
Does the Festival have a competition ?: 
No
Festival Submission
Submission accepted on Fest21.com: 
No
Film call for entry start day: 
09/01/2014
Film call for entry deadline: 
12/20/2014
Festival Contact
Festival Director Name: 
Karen Lyness LeBlanc
Festival Director E-mail: 

Please carefully read the following information about deadlines and submission.

Guidelines

  • Film must have been completed after September 1, 2012.

  • Films not originally produced in English must be dubbed or subtitled in English

    Be prepared to provide the following:

  • Contact information for the submitter/point-­‐person for administrative purposes ONLY

  • Film details and a short synopsis (100 word maximum)**

  • One (1) image (e.g. screenshots from media -­‐ ideally 1920x1080) for festival program

    and promotions

    Submitting your film for consideration

    You will need to provide a digital copy of your media for upload to Dropbox or send a DVD* to:

    Project Native
    Attn.: Film Festival Submission 342 North Plain Road Housatonic, MA 01236

    *You are responsible for shipping charges and insurance for your materials.
    Project Native will retain all DVD screening copies unless otherwise requested. Those who request the return of screening copies are responsible for return shipping costs and customs clearances to return destinations.

    About the Festival

    For the past four years Project Native has hosted a successful environmental film festival in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts. The festival is unique in that it is the only film festival presented free of charge to the community. By making it a free event, we hope to share information about current environmental issue to everyone in our community.

    Our environmental film festival showcases documentaries selected for their artistry and illumination of global issues and actions that impact our future. Each year we select a variety of films that are both educational and entertaining to give people a feeling that environmental solutions are within our grasp and do-­‐able.

    Films are selected for their support of the mission of Project Native to encourage the stewardship of the planet while serving to educate, inspire, enrage and engage viewers. In addition, we seek to show films that have not been widely distributed in the area.

About Project Native

Project Native is a non-­‐profit environmental education organization committed to growing native plants, maintaining a native butterfly house and wildlife sanctuary, and promoting stewardship of the local landscape.

For more information about Project Native visit www.projectnative.org.

Contact: Karen Lyness LeBlanc Phone: 413-­‐274-­‐3433
Email: kleblanc@projectnative.org 

 

Festival Organization
Name: 
Project Native
Address: 
342 North Plain Road
City: 
Housatonic
State: 
MA
Zip code: 
01236
Country: 
United States
Telephone: 
413-274-3433
Fax: 
n/a
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