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New York No Limits Film Series Call for Entry Ext. Deadline Feature Films

New York No Limits Film is seeking feature film entries for 2012.  Ext deadline is July 15th. Films must be at least 40 minutes in length and have been completed after January 2010.  All genres and styles of feature length films are accepted.  Features will be showcased in November at the New York No Limits Film Series 2012 Summit with industry.  Short films from the past year will be screened as well. New York No Limits was launched in November 2010. Please submit at ...

New York No Limits Film Series Feature Film Reg. Deadline 3/14

New York No Limits Film Series 2012 call for entry regular deadline for feature films is March 14, 2012.  NYNL is seeking feature film submissions of at least 40 mins. in length produced after January 2010.  The feature lineup will be announced 8/15/12.  Participating features will be screened in the program of NYNL Film Series 2012 Summit in November.  NYNL accepts all genres and categories of films, including; animation, horror, experimental, comedy, documentary, drama, foreign l...

New York No Limits announces Dates and Venue

New York No Limits Film Series announces partnership with Indie Screen for Fall Series.  NYNL presents its year end screening event on December 9th & 10th at Indie Screen in Brooklyn, NY.  Indie Screen is a professional indepedent cinema dedicated to art house films and NYNL is pleased to give emerging filmmakers access to this unique space.  The lineup for the event is posted on our blog page at  Stay tuned for more info.     ...

New York No Limits entry deadline 9/21

NYNL entry deadline 9/21.  Entries continue to roll in please submit, get your short film in - Docs, dark comedy, horror, foreign language, student, experimental all accepted. ...

Call For Entry New York No Limits 2011 Fall Film Series

New York No Limits Presents its season ending Fall film series November 18th - December 1st in New York City.  The Call For Entry deadline is September 21st, 2011.  Please submit short films in any genre, no longer than 30 minutes in length.  Shorts must be produced after January 2009.  Foreign and International films are welcome!  The lineup will be announced on October 1st.  NYNL premiered in January 2011 and gives platform to short films seeking wider audience.  Films in the NYNL Fal...

New York No Limits Call For Entry Deadline Feb. 18th

New York No Limits Film Series deadline for entry to the 2011 Spring Series is February 18th, 2011.  NYNL accepts submissions in every category, from anywhere in the world.  We have received many questions concerning does NYNL accept animated films, the response is:  yes, we accept all genres of film.  Please go to our website at to submit.  The entry fee is $25 via Withoutabox.  All screenings occur at The Wild Project in New York City, www.thewildproject....

Special Ticket Offer to Premiere of New York No Limits 2011 Winter Series

New York No Limits would like to extend a special ticket offer to anyone who lives in or will be in the New York City area the weekend of January 28th & 29th 2011.  NYNL, a new year around film series in New York City officially premieres at The Wild Project in the East Village next weekend.  The list of films are strong and hints at everything from the experimental, to flavors of international fayre, to dashes of good old drama.  We're diverse and determined to get the best films fro...

New York No Limits Film Series

New York No Limits Film Series is seeking new independent short films for our Spring Film Series in March 2011. The NYNL 2011 Winter Film Series was concluded on January 29th 2011.  It was a great success and the turn out was tremendous. Please continue to send NYNL your films, as we continue to grow the film series we will continue to grant prizes and offer support.  NYNL would like to remind the filmmakers that a major component of this festival is to program the best from all over the world.

If a filmmaker considers his film experimental or exploring a taboo subject; that's the film we want to program. The forum we wish to create is a festival whose principle foundation is to make the festival about daring films that possess interesting narrative. The short film is an interesting art form because it can almost force the filmmaker to be more creative, more daring in exploring themes. NYNL knows that many films are created with much hard work and often, the filmmakers cash. NYNL aims to encourage film directors by curating the type of work that does push the boundary of commercial short films.
The deadline for entry to the NYNL 2011 Spring Film Series is February 15th, 2011. All genres, all taboos, every new idea in the international community is welcome to submit.  Student films are certainly welcomed and encouraged to submit.

A $1,000.00 cash prize is awarded to the Best Short Film. 

NYNL will program a conglomerate of the best films selected during the Seasonal Series and award the cash prize at the conclusion of the 2011 Fall Film Series.  The winner for Best Short Film will be chosen from a panel of industry members that includes; filmmakers, producers and actors. 


All NYNL Film Series are held at The Wild Project in New York City.  Please visit for info about the venue.

We look forward to viewing all the great films.



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