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  • Asian American International Film FestivalNext Deadline: 03/31/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Features
    • For Youth by Youth
    • Shorts Competition
    • Music Videos
    • AAISC - Screenplay Competition
    • Works-in-Progress

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    Mission of Asian CineVision:

    Founded in 1978, the Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) is organized by Asian CineVision (ACV), a non-profit media arts organization dedicated to promoting and preserving Asian and Asian American media expressions.

    Asian CineVision aims to:

    • Develop and support both emerging and experienced Asian American film and video makers and other media artists working in a range of genres and styles.

    • Ensure that the full spectrum of Asian and Asian American media works reach diverse audiences in Asian American communities and beyond.

    More than 30 years later, AAIFF continues to be a leading showcase for independent Asian and Asian American film and video. In 2015, we celebrate our 38th Anniversary and we hope you can join us!


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  • Asian American International Film FestivalNext Deadline: 03/31/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Features
    • For Youth by Youth
    • Shorts Competition
    • Music Videos
    • AAISC - Screenplay Competition
    • Works-in-Progress

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    Mission of Asian CineVision:

    Founded in 1978, the Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) is organized by Asian CineVision (ACV), a non-profit media arts organization dedicated to promoting and preserving Asian and Asian American media expressions.

    Asian CineVision aims to:

    • Develop and support both emerging and experienced Asian American film and video makers and other media artists working in a range of genres and styles.

    • Ensure that the full spectrum of Asian and Asian American media works reach diverse audiences in Asian American communities and beyond.

    More than 30 years later, AAIFF continues to be a leading showcase for independent Asian and Asian American film and video. In 2015, we celebrate our 38th Anniversary and we hope you can join us!


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  • Asian American International Film FestivalNext Deadline: 03/31/2015
    Find out more

    CATEGORIES:

    • Features
    • For Youth by Youth
    • Shorts Competition
    • Music Videos
    • AAISC - Screenplay Competition
    • Works-in-Progress

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    Mission of Asian CineVision:

    Founded in 1978, the Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) is organized by Asian CineVision (ACV), a non-profit media arts organization dedicated to promoting and preserving Asian and Asian American media expressions.

    Asian CineVision aims to:

    • Develop and support both emerging and experienced Asian American film and video makers and other media artists working in a range of genres and styles.

    • Ensure that the full spectrum of Asian and Asian American media works reach diverse audiences in Asian American communities and beyond.

    More than 30 years later, AAIFF continues to be a leading showcase for independent Asian and Asian American film and video. In 2015, we celebrate our 38th Anniversary and we hope you can join us!


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  • Asian American International Film FestivalNext Deadline: 03/31/2015
    Find out more

    CATEGORIES:

    • Features
    • For Youth by Youth
    • Shorts Competition
    • Music Videos
    • AAISC - Screenplay Competition
    • Works-in-Progress

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    Mission of Asian CineVision:

    Founded in 1978, the Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) is organized by Asian CineVision (ACV), a non-profit media arts organization dedicated to promoting and preserving Asian and Asian American media expressions.

    Asian CineVision aims to:

    • Develop and support both emerging and experienced Asian American film and video makers and other media artists working in a range of genres and styles.

    • Ensure that the full spectrum of Asian and Asian American media works reach diverse audiences in Asian American communities and beyond.

    More than 30 years later, AAIFF continues to be a leading showcase for independent Asian and Asian American film and video. In 2015, we celebrate our 38th Anniversary and we hope you can join us!


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  • Breaking Walls Thriller Screenplay Competition
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Thriller Feature Screenplay (80-130 pages)

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    So you've written the next great thriller script? Our industry contacts at literary representation and production companies are lined up to read the winning screenplay and consider the top finalists' loglines.


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  • Breaking Walls Thriller Screenplay Competition
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Thriller Feature Screenplay (80-130 pages)

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    So you've written the next great thriller script? Our industry contacts at literary representation and production companies are lined up to read the winning screenplay and consider the top finalists' loglines.


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  • Breaking Walls Thriller Screenplay Competition
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Thriller Feature Screenplay (80-130 pages)

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    So you've written the next great thriller script? Our industry contacts at literary representation and production companies are lined up to read the winning screenplay and consider the top finalists' loglines.


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  • Breaking Walls Thriller Screenplay Competition
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Thriller Feature Screenplay (80-130 pages)

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    So you've written the next great thriller script? Our industry contacts at literary representation and production companies are lined up to read the winning screenplay and consider the top finalists' loglines.


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  • Camden International Film FestivalNext Deadline: 04/24/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Short Documentary
    • Feature Documentary

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    Located on the rugged coast of Maine, the Camden International Film Festival highlights nonfiction work that shows dedication to craft and unique storytelling approaches. We like films that inspire and inform. We like films that blur the lines between reality and fiction. We like films that tell a darn good story.

    CIFF is recognized as one of the top 20 film festivals in the world for documentary films and filmmakers, one of the coolest doc fests (Moviemaker), one of the 12 best small town film festivals in the US (POV), and the largest and most respected documentary event in New England (Indiewire). CIFF is also 1 of 14 qualifying festivals for the Cinema Eye Honors.

    The CIFF experience is about being in a beautiful environment where filmmakers have the opportunity to interact with engaged and enthusiastic audiences, fellow filmmakers, and key industry decision makers. We love the intimacy that can only be found in places where getting there is part of the experience. Most importantly, we love the intersection of art and community that can only happen in a festival setting. In that regard, we emphasize filmmaker participation. Travel and accommodations provided for a representative for all selected feature films.


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  • Camden International Film FestivalNext Deadline: 04/24/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Short Documentary
    • Feature Documentary

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    Located on the rugged coast of Maine, the Camden International Film Festival highlights nonfiction work that shows dedication to craft and unique storytelling approaches. We like films that inspire and inform. We like films that blur the lines between reality and fiction. We like films that tell a darn good story.

    CIFF is recognized as one of the top 20 film festivals in the world for documentary films and filmmakers, one of the coolest doc fests (Moviemaker), one of the 12 best small town film festivals in the US (POV), and the largest and most respected documentary event in New England (Indiewire). CIFF is also 1 of 14 qualifying festivals for the Cinema Eye Honors.

    The CIFF experience is about being in a beautiful environment where filmmakers have the opportunity to interact with engaged and enthusiastic audiences, fellow filmmakers, and key industry decision makers. We love the intimacy that can only be found in places where getting there is part of the experience. Most importantly, we love the intersection of art and community that can only happen in a festival setting. In that regard, we emphasize filmmaker participation. Travel and accommodations provided for a representative for all selected feature films.


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  • Camden International Film FestivalNext Deadline: 04/24/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Short Documentary
    • Feature Documentary

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    Located on the rugged coast of Maine, the Camden International Film Festival highlights nonfiction work that shows dedication to craft and unique storytelling approaches. We like films that inspire and inform. We like films that blur the lines between reality and fiction. We like films that tell a darn good story.

    CIFF is recognized as one of the top 20 film festivals in the world for documentary films and filmmakers, one of the coolest doc fests (Moviemaker), one of the 12 best small town film festivals in the US (POV), and the largest and most respected documentary event in New England (Indiewire). CIFF is also 1 of 14 qualifying festivals for the Cinema Eye Honors.

    The CIFF experience is about being in a beautiful environment where filmmakers have the opportunity to interact with engaged and enthusiastic audiences, fellow filmmakers, and key industry decision makers. We love the intimacy that can only be found in places where getting there is part of the experience. Most importantly, we love the intersection of art and community that can only happen in a festival setting. In that regard, we emphasize filmmaker participation. Travel and accommodations provided for a representative for all selected feature films.


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  • Camden International Film FestivalNext Deadline: 04/24/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Short Documentary
    • Feature Documentary

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    Located on the rugged coast of Maine, the Camden International Film Festival highlights nonfiction work that shows dedication to craft and unique storytelling approaches. We like films that inspire and inform. We like films that blur the lines between reality and fiction. We like films that tell a darn good story.

    CIFF is recognized as one of the top 20 film festivals in the world for documentary films and filmmakers, one of the coolest doc fests (Moviemaker), one of the 12 best small town film festivals in the US (POV), and the largest and most respected documentary event in New England (Indiewire). CIFF is also 1 of 14 qualifying festivals for the Cinema Eye Honors.

    The CIFF experience is about being in a beautiful environment where filmmakers have the opportunity to interact with engaged and enthusiastic audiences, fellow filmmakers, and key industry decision makers. We love the intimacy that can only be found in places where getting there is part of the experience. Most importantly, we love the intersection of art and community that can only happen in a festival setting. In that regard, we emphasize filmmaker participation. Travel and accommodations provided for a representative for all selected feature films.


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  • DOC NYCNext Deadline: 04/17/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Competition Features (NYC premiere requirement)
    • Competition Shorts (NYC premiere preferred, but not required)
    • Non-Competition Features (NYC premiere preferred, but not required)

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    DOC NYC, America's largest documentary festival, is an annual event based in New York at the West Village’s IFC Center, Chelsea’s SVA Theatre and Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas. Voted by MovieMaker magazine as one of the "top five coolest documentary film festivals in the world", the eight-day fest showcases new achievements in documentary film along with panels and conversations. DOC NYC seeks to make connections that happen “only in New York.”

    "This cinematic bonanza covers everything new and noteworthy in the world of documentary filmmaking.” - The Huffington Post

    “DOC NYC has cemented itself as one of our favorite festivals of the cultural calendar." – Flavorpill

    “DOC NYC has become an essential summit for all kinds of documentary filmmaking.” – Wall Street Journal

    “An essential event on the cinephile's calendar.” - TimeOut New York

    “Images that dare you to turn away.” – The New York Times

    “The most comprehensive celebration of the nonfiction form in the five boroughs or anywhere else for that matter.” - AM New York

    “Bigger isn't always better. But when it comes to DOC NYC, now the largest documentary film festival in the U.S., the five-year-old upstart event has proven itself a worthy new addition [...] By all accounts, screenings have been selling out; the country's top documentary filmmakers, from Albert Maysles to D.A. Pennebaker, are showing up for tributes and events; and sales agents are closing deals on select world premieres." - Indiewire


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  • DOC NYCNext Deadline: 04/17/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Competition Features (NYC premiere requirement)
    • Competition Shorts (NYC premiere preferred, but not required)
    • Non-Competition Features (NYC premiere preferred, but not required)

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    DOC NYC, America's largest documentary festival, is an annual event based in New York at the West Village’s IFC Center, Chelsea’s SVA Theatre and Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas. Voted by MovieMaker magazine as one of the "top five coolest documentary film festivals in the world", the eight-day fest showcases new achievements in documentary film along with panels and conversations. DOC NYC seeks to make connections that happen “only in New York.”

    "This cinematic bonanza covers everything new and noteworthy in the world of documentary filmmaking.” - The Huffington Post

    “DOC NYC has cemented itself as one of our favorite festivals of the cultural calendar." – Flavorpill

    “DOC NYC has become an essential summit for all kinds of documentary filmmaking.” – Wall Street Journal

    “An essential event on the cinephile's calendar.” - TimeOut New York

    “Images that dare you to turn away.” – The New York Times

    “The most comprehensive celebration of the nonfiction form in the five boroughs or anywhere else for that matter.” - AM New York

    “Bigger isn't always better. But when it comes to DOC NYC, now the largest documentary film festival in the U.S., the five-year-old upstart event has proven itself a worthy new addition [...] By all accounts, screenings have been selling out; the country's top documentary filmmakers, from Albert Maysles to D.A. Pennebaker, are showing up for tributes and events; and sales agents are closing deals on select world premieres." - Indiewire


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  • DOC NYCNext Deadline: 04/17/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Competition Features (NYC premiere requirement)
    • Competition Shorts (NYC premiere preferred, but not required)
    • Non-Competition Features (NYC premiere preferred, but not required)

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    DOC NYC, America's largest documentary festival, is an annual event based in New York at the West Village’s IFC Center, Chelsea’s SVA Theatre and Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas. Voted by MovieMaker magazine as one of the "top five coolest documentary film festivals in the world", the eight-day fest showcases new achievements in documentary film along with panels and conversations. DOC NYC seeks to make connections that happen “only in New York.”

    "This cinematic bonanza covers everything new and noteworthy in the world of documentary filmmaking.” - The Huffington Post

    “DOC NYC has cemented itself as one of our favorite festivals of the cultural calendar." – Flavorpill

    “DOC NYC has become an essential summit for all kinds of documentary filmmaking.” – Wall Street Journal

    “An essential event on the cinephile's calendar.” - TimeOut New York

    “Images that dare you to turn away.” – The New York Times

    “The most comprehensive celebration of the nonfiction form in the five boroughs or anywhere else for that matter.” - AM New York

    “Bigger isn't always better. But when it comes to DOC NYC, now the largest documentary film festival in the U.S., the five-year-old upstart event has proven itself a worthy new addition [...] By all accounts, screenings have been selling out; the country's top documentary filmmakers, from Albert Maysles to D.A. Pennebaker, are showing up for tributes and events; and sales agents are closing deals on select world premieres." - Indiewire


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  • DOC NYCNext Deadline: 04/17/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Competition Features (NYC premiere requirement)
    • Competition Shorts (NYC premiere preferred, but not required)
    • Non-Competition Features (NYC premiere preferred, but not required)

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    DOC NYC, America's largest documentary festival, is an annual event based in New York at the West Village’s IFC Center, Chelsea’s SVA Theatre and Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas. Voted by MovieMaker magazine as one of the "top five coolest documentary film festivals in the world", the eight-day fest showcases new achievements in documentary film along with panels and conversations. DOC NYC seeks to make connections that happen “only in New York.”

    "This cinematic bonanza covers everything new and noteworthy in the world of documentary filmmaking.” - The Huffington Post

    “DOC NYC has cemented itself as one of our favorite festivals of the cultural calendar." – Flavorpill

    “DOC NYC has become an essential summit for all kinds of documentary filmmaking.” – Wall Street Journal

    “An essential event on the cinephile's calendar.” - TimeOut New York

    “Images that dare you to turn away.” – The New York Times

    “The most comprehensive celebration of the nonfiction form in the five boroughs or anywhere else for that matter.” - AM New York

    “Bigger isn't always better. But when it comes to DOC NYC, now the largest documentary film festival in the U.S., the five-year-old upstart event has proven itself a worthy new addition [...] By all accounts, screenings have been selling out; the country's top documentary filmmakers, from Albert Maysles to D.A. Pennebaker, are showing up for tributes and events; and sales agents are closing deals on select world premieres." - Indiewire


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  • Humboldt Film Festival
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Experimental
    • Documentary
    • Narrative
    • Animation

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    HSU Alum and HFF Alum (people who have screened at our festival in the past) get a discount. Visit our website for more info!

    Our mission at the Humboldt Film Festival is to expose independent filmmaking to a diverse range of viewers, and to break away from mainstream filmmaking; thus coming forth with a deeper appreciation for this medium of cinema as a whole. That being said, we also want to enrich educational experiences and learning opportunities for HSU students by allowing them to focus their creative and productive energies on the development and presentation of the world’s oldest student-run film festival. The integrity of the festival is built on the unique blend of academic interests, cultural backgrounds, and the creative talents of the students. Therefore, it is of the utmost importance that the festival maintains its longstanding tradition as a student-run event - a designation that helps it stand out among a sea of similar festivals.

    The Humboldt Film Festival serves as a vehicle for the exhibition of such independent films and DV works that are commonly regarded as an art form rather than a commercial venture; and unlike commercial films, which often target a specific audience for monetary gain, the independent world of filmmakers must finance much of its own work to secure an audience for it.


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  • Humboldt Film Festival
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Experimental
    • Documentary
    • Narrative
    • Animation

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    HSU Alum and HFF Alum (people who have screened at our festival in the past) get a discount. Visit our website for more info!

    Our mission at the Humboldt Film Festival is to expose independent filmmaking to a diverse range of viewers, and to break away from mainstream filmmaking; thus coming forth with a deeper appreciation for this medium of cinema as a whole. That being said, we also want to enrich educational experiences and learning opportunities for HSU students by allowing them to focus their creative and productive energies on the development and presentation of the world’s oldest student-run film festival. The integrity of the festival is built on the unique blend of academic interests, cultural backgrounds, and the creative talents of the students. Therefore, it is of the utmost importance that the festival maintains its longstanding tradition as a student-run event - a designation that helps it stand out among a sea of similar festivals.

    The Humboldt Film Festival serves as a vehicle for the exhibition of such independent films and DV works that are commonly regarded as an art form rather than a commercial venture; and unlike commercial films, which often target a specific audience for monetary gain, the independent world of filmmakers must finance much of its own work to secure an audience for it.


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  • Humboldt Film Festival
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Experimental
    • Documentary
    • Narrative
    • Animation

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    HSU Alum and HFF Alum (people who have screened at our festival in the past) get a discount. Visit our website for more info!

    Our mission at the Humboldt Film Festival is to expose independent filmmaking to a diverse range of viewers, and to break away from mainstream filmmaking; thus coming forth with a deeper appreciation for this medium of cinema as a whole. That being said, we also want to enrich educational experiences and learning opportunities for HSU students by allowing them to focus their creative and productive energies on the development and presentation of the world’s oldest student-run film festival. The integrity of the festival is built on the unique blend of academic interests, cultural backgrounds, and the creative talents of the students. Therefore, it is of the utmost importance that the festival maintains its longstanding tradition as a student-run event - a designation that helps it stand out among a sea of similar festivals.

    The Humboldt Film Festival serves as a vehicle for the exhibition of such independent films and DV works that are commonly regarded as an art form rather than a commercial venture; and unlike commercial films, which often target a specific audience for monetary gain, the independent world of filmmakers must finance much of its own work to secure an audience for it.


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  • Humboldt Film Festival
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Experimental
    • Documentary
    • Narrative
    • Animation

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    HSU Alum and HFF Alum (people who have screened at our festival in the past) get a discount. Visit our website for more info!

    Our mission at the Humboldt Film Festival is to expose independent filmmaking to a diverse range of viewers, and to break away from mainstream filmmaking; thus coming forth with a deeper appreciation for this medium of cinema as a whole. That being said, we also want to enrich educational experiences and learning opportunities for HSU students by allowing them to focus their creative and productive energies on the development and presentation of the world’s oldest student-run film festival. The integrity of the festival is built on the unique blend of academic interests, cultural backgrounds, and the creative talents of the students. Therefore, it is of the utmost importance that the festival maintains its longstanding tradition as a student-run event - a designation that helps it stand out among a sea of similar festivals.

    The Humboldt Film Festival serves as a vehicle for the exhibition of such independent films and DV works that are commonly regarded as an art form rather than a commercial venture; and unlike commercial films, which often target a specific audience for monetary gain, the independent world of filmmakers must finance much of its own work to secure an audience for it.


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  • London Independent Film Festival
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Music Video
    • Short Documentary
    • Micro-Budget Feature (< $150k)
    • Female Director Feature
    • Short
    • Documentary Feature
    • Sci-Fi/ Horror Feature
    • LGBT Feature
    • UK Feature
    • UK Short
    • Feature Screenplay
    • Sci-Fi/ Horror Screenplay
    • UK Screenplay
    • Short Screenplay
    • Short Short
    • Low-Budget Feature (< $750k)
    • Animated Short
    • No-Budget Feature (< $15k)
    • Experimental Short
    • Horror/ Sci-Fi Short

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    LIFF is committed to the independent filmmaker. We give special attention to the screening of films by first and second time directors, films shot with budgets under £100,000 ($150,000 US) and quality films that - for whatever reason - are unlikely to receive distribution through other channels.

    With space for many feature films and dozens of shorts, LIFF 2015 will be the biggest festival we've had to date. Stretching over 12 days on the South Bank of the Thames, LIFF will showcase the best of independent filmmaking.


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  • London Independent Film Festival
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Music Video
    • Short Documentary
    • Micro-Budget Feature (< $150k)
    • Female Director Feature
    • Short
    • Documentary Feature
    • Sci-Fi/ Horror Feature
    • LGBT Feature
    • UK Feature
    • UK Short
    • Feature Screenplay
    • Sci-Fi/ Horror Screenplay
    • UK Screenplay
    • Short Screenplay
    • Short Short
    • Low-Budget Feature (< $750k)
    • Animated Short
    • No-Budget Feature (< $15k)
    • Experimental Short
    • Horror/ Sci-Fi Short

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    LIFF is committed to the independent filmmaker. We give special attention to the screening of films by first and second time directors, films shot with budgets under £100,000 ($150,000 US) and quality films that - for whatever reason - are unlikely to receive distribution through other channels.

    With space for many feature films and dozens of shorts, LIFF 2015 will be the biggest festival we've had to date. Stretching over 12 days on the South Bank of the Thames, LIFF will showcase the best of independent filmmaking.


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  • London Independent Film Festival
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Music Video
    • Short Documentary
    • Micro-Budget Feature (< $150k)
    • Female Director Feature
    • Short
    • Documentary Feature
    • Sci-Fi/ Horror Feature
    • LGBT Feature
    • UK Feature
    • UK Short
    • Feature Screenplay
    • Sci-Fi/ Horror Screenplay
    • UK Screenplay
    • Short Screenplay
    • Short Short
    • Low-Budget Feature (< $750k)
    • Animated Short
    • No-Budget Feature (< $15k)
    • Experimental Short
    • Horror/ Sci-Fi Short

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    LIFF is committed to the independent filmmaker. We give special attention to the screening of films by first and second time directors, films shot with budgets under £100,000 ($150,000 US) and quality films that - for whatever reason - are unlikely to receive distribution through other channels.

    With space for many feature films and dozens of shorts, LIFF 2015 will be the biggest festival we've had to date. Stretching over 12 days on the South Bank of the Thames, LIFF will showcase the best of independent filmmaking.


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  • London Independent Film Festival
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Music Video
    • Short Documentary
    • Micro-Budget Feature (< $150k)
    • Female Director Feature
    • Short
    • Documentary Feature
    • Sci-Fi/ Horror Feature
    • LGBT Feature
    • UK Feature
    • UK Short
    • Feature Screenplay
    • Sci-Fi/ Horror Screenplay
    • UK Screenplay
    • Short Screenplay
    • Short Short
    • Low-Budget Feature (< $750k)
    • Animated Short
    • No-Budget Feature (< $15k)
    • Experimental Short
    • Horror/ Sci-Fi Short

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    LIFF is committed to the independent filmmaker. We give special attention to the screening of films by first and second time directors, films shot with budgets under £100,000 ($150,000 US) and quality films that - for whatever reason - are unlikely to receive distribution through other channels.

    With space for many feature films and dozens of shorts, LIFF 2015 will be the biggest festival we've had to date. Stretching over 12 days on the South Bank of the Thames, LIFF will showcase the best of independent filmmaking.


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  • Napa Valley Film FestivalNext Deadline: 04/17/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Animated Short Films
    • Narrative Short Films
    • Documentary Short Films
    • Narrative Feature Competition, sponsored by Meadowood Napa Valley
    • Documentary Feature Competition, sponsored by Meadowood Napa Valley
    • Special Screenings
    • The Lounge
    • Short Feature

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    The Napa Valley Film Festival showcases the best in new independent filmmaking, world cinema and animation and works to build community around the art of visual storytelling. Film screenings and discussions with filmmakers are accompanied by the world-class food and wine of legendary Napa Valley, fueling lively conversations with old and new friends.


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  • Napa Valley Film FestivalNext Deadline: 04/17/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Animated Short Films
    • Narrative Short Films
    • Documentary Short Films
    • Narrative Feature Competition, sponsored by Meadowood Napa Valley
    • Documentary Feature Competition, sponsored by Meadowood Napa Valley
    • Special Screenings
    • The Lounge
    • Short Feature

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    The Napa Valley Film Festival showcases the best in new independent filmmaking, world cinema and animation and works to build community around the art of visual storytelling. Film screenings and discussions with filmmakers are accompanied by the world-class food and wine of legendary Napa Valley, fueling lively conversations with old and new friends.


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  • Napa Valley Film FestivalNext Deadline: 04/17/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Animated Short Films
    • Narrative Short Films
    • Documentary Short Films
    • Narrative Feature Competition, sponsored by Meadowood Napa Valley
    • Documentary Feature Competition, sponsored by Meadowood Napa Valley
    • Special Screenings
    • The Lounge
    • Short Feature

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    The Napa Valley Film Festival showcases the best in new independent filmmaking, world cinema and animation and works to build community around the art of visual storytelling. Film screenings and discussions with filmmakers are accompanied by the world-class food and wine of legendary Napa Valley, fueling lively conversations with old and new friends.


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  • Napa Valley Film FestivalNext Deadline: 04/17/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Animated Short Films
    • Narrative Short Films
    • Documentary Short Films
    • Narrative Feature Competition, sponsored by Meadowood Napa Valley
    • Documentary Feature Competition, sponsored by Meadowood Napa Valley
    • Special Screenings
    • The Lounge
    • Short Feature

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    The Napa Valley Film Festival showcases the best in new independent filmmaking, world cinema and animation and works to build community around the art of visual storytelling. Film screenings and discussions with filmmakers are accompanied by the world-class food and wine of legendary Napa Valley, fueling lively conversations with old and new friends.


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  • Sacramento Film and Music Festival: SUMMERFESTNext Deadline: 03/13/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Narrative Feature
    • Narrative Short
    • Music Video
    • Student Films
    • Political/Social Impact Documentary Feature
    • Political/Social Impact Documentary Short

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    The Sacramento Film and Music Festival's mission is the celebrate and showcase the best in filmmaking from around the world and to be the leading sponsor and facilitator of the art of film in California's Capital region. In our 16th year we will be actively looking for material that has been produced in the Sacramento region.


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  • Sacramento Film and Music Festival: SUMMERFESTNext Deadline: 03/13/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Narrative Feature
    • Narrative Short
    • Music Video
    • Student Films
    • Political/Social Impact Documentary Feature
    • Political/Social Impact Documentary Short

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    The Sacramento Film and Music Festival's mission is the celebrate and showcase the best in filmmaking from around the world and to be the leading sponsor and facilitator of the art of film in California's Capital region. In our 16th year we will be actively looking for material that has been produced in the Sacramento region.


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  • Sacramento Film and Music Festival: SUMMERFESTNext Deadline: 03/13/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Narrative Feature
    • Narrative Short
    • Music Video
    • Student Films
    • Political/Social Impact Documentary Feature
    • Political/Social Impact Documentary Short

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    The Sacramento Film and Music Festival's mission is the celebrate and showcase the best in filmmaking from around the world and to be the leading sponsor and facilitator of the art of film in California's Capital region. In our 16th year we will be actively looking for material that has been produced in the Sacramento region.


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  • Sacramento Film and Music Festival: SUMMERFESTNext Deadline: 03/13/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Narrative Feature
    • Narrative Short
    • Music Video
    • Student Films
    • Political/Social Impact Documentary Feature
    • Political/Social Impact Documentary Short

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    The Sacramento Film and Music Festival's mission is the celebrate and showcase the best in filmmaking from around the world and to be the leading sponsor and facilitator of the art of film in California's Capital region. In our 16th year we will be actively looking for material that has been produced in the Sacramento region.


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  • Santa Monica Teen Film FestivalNext Deadline: 03/13/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Eco Film
    • Live Action
    • Documentary
    • Animation
    • Music Video / Experimental
    • Santa Monica Budding Filmmaker

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    The Santa Monica Teen Film Festival is an interdepartmental initiative between the Santa Monica Cultural Affairs Division, the Santa Monica Public Library, the Virginia Avenue Park Teen Center and City TV. Its purpose is to showcase and provide an outlet for the creative talents of teen filmmakers, as well as encourage youth to use the art of filmmaking as a form of creative expression and commentary on the world in which they live. Although the festival is open to films by teens from around the globe, the public screenings take place in Santa Monica. You do not need to be present at screenings to win an award.


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  • Santa Monica Teen Film FestivalNext Deadline: 03/13/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Eco Film
    • Live Action
    • Documentary
    • Animation
    • Music Video / Experimental
    • Santa Monica Budding Filmmaker

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    The Santa Monica Teen Film Festival is an interdepartmental initiative between the Santa Monica Cultural Affairs Division, the Santa Monica Public Library, the Virginia Avenue Park Teen Center and City TV. Its purpose is to showcase and provide an outlet for the creative talents of teen filmmakers, as well as encourage youth to use the art of filmmaking as a form of creative expression and commentary on the world in which they live. Although the festival is open to films by teens from around the globe, the public screenings take place in Santa Monica. You do not need to be present at screenings to win an award.


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  • Santa Monica Teen Film FestivalNext Deadline: 03/13/2015
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    CATEGORIES:

    • Eco Film
    • Live Action
    • Documentary
    • Animation
    • Music Video / Experimental
    • Santa Monica Budding Filmmaker

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    The Santa Monica Teen Film Festival is an interdepartmental initiative between the Santa Monica Cultural Affairs Division, the Santa Monica Public Library, the Virginia Avenue Park Teen Center and City TV. Its purpose is to showcase and provide an outlet for the creative talents of teen filmmakers, as well as encourage youth to use the art of filmmaking as a form of creative expression and commentary on the world in which they live. Although the festival is open to films by teens from around the globe, the public screenings take place in Santa Monica. You do not need to be present at screenings to win an award.


    Go to Listing
  • Santa Monica Teen Film FestivalNext Deadline: 03/13/2015
    Find out more

    CATEGORIES:

    • Eco Film
    • Live Action
    • Documentary
    • Animation
    • Music Video / Experimental
    • Santa Monica Budding Filmmaker

    MISSION & OBJECTIVE:

    The Santa Monica Teen Film Festival is an interdepartmental initiative between the Santa Monica Cultural Affairs Division, the Santa Monica Public Library, the Virginia Avenue Park Teen Center and City TV. Its purpose is to showcase and provide an outlet for the creative talents of teen filmmakers, as well as encourage youth to use the art of filmmaking as a form of creative expression and commentary on the world in which they live. Although the festival is open to films by teens from around the globe, the public screenings take place in Santa Monica. You do not need to be present at screenings to win an award.


    Go to Listing