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ACEFEST 2009 - Submit Your Film Today!

ACEFEST 2009 Accepting Entries: Feb 17 - May 18

Cape Fear Independent Film Festival

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!

Duty Calls

Director: Paul Blinkhorn.
In the early hours of the morning Dave, a dieting, middle-aged security guard, awakens from his customary nap, alone in an expansive and eerie warehouse. Up a rickety old lift and through starkly lit corridors, Dave is suddenly confronted by a droning vending Machine.

Early Review: The Lucky Ones

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This isn't your average road trip buddy movie. In the wake the of Iraq War, The Lucky Ones tell a story from a fictional perspective about three injured soliders that return home after their tour from Iraq. Cheever (Tim Robbins) finds himself in a compromising situation when there is an unexpected blackout at the airport. All of the flights are cancelled. He runs into TK (Michael Pena) who is looking to go to Las Vegas to meet with a medical pofessional for an embarrassing injury that he...

The English Riviera Comedy Film Festival 2008: The Cannes of Comedy film

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This September will see the launch of the first ever International Comedy Film Festival in Torquay, on the south west coast of England. The inaugural week-long event will take place in an area affectionately dubbed the “English Riviera” and in many ways the spiritual birthplace of classic British comedy. Peter Cook, who was crowned the world’s greatest comedian by his peers in a recent survey of 300 writers, directors and comedians, was born in Torquay. A close runner-up i...

The Flip Trip

SYNOPSIS: "A small video camcorder decides to go to cannes to become famous like its old ancestors."  

THE FLIP TRIP

SYNOPSIS: "A small video camcorder decides to go to cannes to become famous like its old ancestors."  

2008 Great Lakes Independent Film Festival Call For Entries

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Among the top 100 most popular film festivals in the world, the 7th annual Great Lakes Independent Film Festival has officially opened its Call for Entries and will accept submissions internationally of independently produced feature length and short length films and scripts in the genres of documentary, horror, experimental, Religious/Spiritual, animation, and all genre of music videos and Gay/Lesbian for the 2008 festival, September 25th. Thru September 28th. We shall accept all ranges of mus...

Does Humour Travel trailer

The British Council, in cooperation with Comedy Nights the Comedy Club, presented, for the first time in Greece, stand up comedy from Britain. The thought behind the British comedy month was mainly based on the entertainment of the public in Athens through its contact with three of the brightest talents of British comedy today, namely Craig Hill, Lucy Porter Rob Hitchmough, Owen O’Neill. Humor though, especially British humor, isn’t always entertaining.

Love Me Tender

A passionate kiss on the doorstep turns terribly wrong as a couple's tender love ignites. This experimental comedy delivers its message like a slap in the face. Its a scene that seems so familiar it unwinds like a deja vu... a flash forward and flash back to the beginning and the end of a love-hate romance.
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