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FILM FESTIVALS &​ ​CALLS FOR ENTRY

AFI Docs Film Festival
Silver Spring, Maryland / Washington, DC
June 14 - June 18, 2017


Posted June 8, 2017

Film submissions are open on FilmFreeway for the 10th Annual Bushwick Film Festival!

 

We invite filmmakers from Maryland to submit their Short Films, Web Series, Feature Documentaries, and Feature Narratives for competition at our 10th Annual Festival, to take place from October 12—October 15, 2017.

 

BFF wants to give independent filmmakers across the country the opportunity to share their stories with a Brooklyn audience and hope that you will join us in supporting independent voices by sharing our information with and connecting us to the filmmaking community you have established within your office.

 

To submit please visit: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/BUSHWICKFILMFESTIVAL

 

Important Dates & Submission Info:

  • June 15 - Regular Deadline (1 week away!)

    • Standard Fee: $35

    • Student: $25

  • July 15 - Late Deadline

    • Standard Fee: $45

    • Student: $30​


Posted May 10, 2017

International Maritime Film Festival accepting submissions

Bucksport, Maine, USA-- The International Maritime Film Festival (IMFF) is now accepting submissions for the 2nd annual juried contest of films celebrating the heritage, spirit of adventure, and ingenuity of boats and waterborne pursuits. It is the premier event for maritime-themed filmmaking.

 

The IMFF is a joint venture between Main Street Bucksport (MSB) in Bucksport, Maine, and WoodenBoat Publications, Inc. (WBPI), in Brooklin, Maine. MSB is the technical partner, and brings a constellation of partner organizations to the festival, while WBPI, with its rich understanding of the topic, serves as the media and content partner. The state-of-the art Alamo Theatre in Bucksport will host the festival on the weekend of September 29-October 1, 2017. In the months after the awards event, a compilation of winners will be offered to venues worldwide.


IMFF accepts documentary films on a broad range of maritime subjects. These include, but are not limited to, voyaging, racing, working, leisure, boatbuilding and restoration, historical documentary, and environment and science. Judging is not category-specific; rather, all films will be evaluated in relation to each other, in one of two tracks: Feature Length (40 minutes or more), or Shorts (under 40 minutes). All films are to be in English, or to carry English subtitles. The first place winners in both the feature length and shorts categories will receive a $1,000 prize. The runners-up will each receive a $500 prize. There is also an audience favorite selected at the festival who will also be awarded a $500 prize. 


Submissions may be made online at www.maritimefilmfestival.com. The entry fee is $45.​





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