We are looking for about 10 - 20 short films or music videos for an online project we're building. At this time, it is totally non-commercial. We are building an online film platform and need content to test it out and use for show and tell. There will be a very simple one-page agreement and we are not looking to capture any rights whatsoever. We don't care if it's already on youtube or another platform. We just want to make sure we have permission instead of just using what's out there without asking. Getting permission. imagine that.
This will require you to provide an HD version of the film for your film to us so we can deploy it from our own test base. We are not utlizing vimeo or youtube or any other platform. It will NOT BE MADE PUBLIC ON THE WEB.
If you care to be a Beta tester as well, please know that you will be required to sign an NDNC. (which means non-disclosure, non-compete) and attend an orientation. Otherwise, we'd love to have some cool short films and music videos to put on our trial system for internal study and testing. It will - again - not be made public- we encourage filmmakers who haven't premiered their work yet. This is non-paid and we are not expecting to use your film beyond our testing phase of approximately 3-6 months unless other agreements are made. You will, of course, receive preferential treatment once testing is over regarding submittals for future work.
To submit: Please email me a link to your project at email@example.com and provide a brief description (logline) and a quick bio for the team that made it, or a link to the corresponding website.
please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or with a submission.
Phone: (612) 605-9294
Email Address: email@example.com
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Toledo, Ohio's Glass City Film Festival is accepting
- short and feature length
- music videos
It’s all about the filmmakers. The Glass City Film Festival (May 19-21, 2016) aims to celebrate the art of storytelling, offer an outstanding selection of films, and empower artists to use technology and creativity to share stories in meaningful and unexpected ways.
We are accepting internationally submitted short and feature length narratives, documentaries, animations, music videos, and more! Official selections of various categories will be awarded a signature Toledo-made glass trophy and other prizes. Additionally, we are working hard to ensure that visiting filmmakers and patrons can benefit from interesting programming, such as industry panel discussions, networking opportunities, and those unique “little things” that create a memorable experience.
To submit, visit glasscityfilmfestival.com
Follow us @glasscityff
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Early Deadline: February 12, 2016
Final Deadline: March 25, 2016
Full Information available at www.cine.org/independent
The 59th CINE Golden Eagle Awards for Independent & Emerging Media are now accepting entries! The prestigious CINE Golden Eagle Award helped launch the career of emerging industry powerhouses such as Steven Spielberg (1969), Ken Burns (1981) and Pixar Animation (1987); now, we’re recognizing the next generation of great media makers.
With categories available for narrative, animated and documentary shorts, features and digital series, every independent filmmaker who submits receives feedback from our panel of reviewers. Our jury of industry pros will select a Golden Eagle Award-winner and finalists in each category, and recipients will be honored at CINE Celebrates receptions this fall in New York, Los Angeles and Washington, DC.
Phone: (507) 400-2463
Email Address: email@example.com
The 90-Second Newbery Film Festival is an annual video contest in which kid filmmakers make movies that creatively tell the entire stories of Newbery-winning books in ninety seconds or less. Making the film is a fun, creative and multi-faceted educational exercise. Kids cooperatively write, storyboard, produce, direct, costume, act, frame and edit their films.
Public librarians, school librarians, teachers, parents, and scout leaders are encouraged to work with their kids to make movies. The deadline to submit films for the 2015-2016 film festival is January 10, 2016. Inspiration, tips and tricks, and more information can be found on the 90-Second Newbery website at http://jameskennedy.com/90-second-newbery/.
Mark your calendar for the second annual Minnesota screening of the best local entries on Saturday, February 27, 2016, from 3:00-4:30 pm at Hennepin County Library – Minneapolis Central. Co-hosts of the event will be James Kennedy (90-Second Newbery founder and middle grade author of The Order of Odd-Fish) and Kelly Barnhill (Minneapolis author of The Witch’s Boy).
For more details, please contact Jennifer Verbrugge at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-582-8356.
Phone: (651) 582-8356
Email Address: email@example.com
Altered Esthetics (Ae) seeks to exhibit short-form experimental film and video art at a length 12 minutes or shorter.
The Ae Film Festival, going on its third season, will present with screenings and panel discussions on July 27-31, 2016 at The Southern Theater, with accompanying special events at venues such as the Bryant Lake Bowl.
Each year a theme is selected based upon trends noticed in the selected submissions. Awards are also given. All Minnesota-made projects submit for free! All submissions are being exclusively accepted through FilmFreeway.
Phone: (612) 598-6684
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org