27 Notch, located on the Sunset-Gower film lot in Hollywood needs Post Production interns! They recently completed a feature documentary for MTV, which was featured in the Tribecca Film Festival!
All interested parties should contact Frederic at Frederic.firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers!
Now accepting film submissions for 2014-2015 Southern Circuit tour!
"I have traveled with feature films all over this country (and one even played in France), but this is by far the most rewarding trip I’ve ever taken with a film. Hands down. No comparison." ~ John Beck, Harvest, Southern Circuit 2013-14
About the Circuit:
As the nation’s first regional tour of independent filmmakers, Southern Circuit provides filmmakers with the paid opportunity to participate in a tour of the Southeastern United States, screen their films for new audiences, and engage audiences in discussions about the content and production of their films.
- Southern Circuit is composed of three separate Circuits, each with six filmmakers (for a total of 18 filmmakers) who travel (by air & auto) to an estimated eight communities each throughout the Southeastern United States. The Circuit tours take place during the months of September, October, November, February, March, or April. Filmmakers will tour an estimated 10-12 days.
- Screening partners for the 2014-2015 tour are required to host a post-screening Q&A and reception for each Southern Circuit filmmaker in their community. Other events that filmmakers may be invited to in conjunction with screenings may include a dinner prior to the screening, coffee with local filmmakers, a classroom presentation with university or high school students, etc.
Filmmakers selected for the 2014-2015 Southern Circuit receive:
- A $400 artist honorarium for each screening on the tour. Total screening fees may total as much as $3,200.
- Paid travel expenses (domestic airfare, car rental, gas expenses, airline baggage fees) for the tour.
- A per diem of $175 (per evening away from home) to cover expenses for meals and lodging.
- Logistics and travel support from the South Arts staff.
- Marketing support from South Arts and the screening partners for each screening.
Visit http://www.southarts.org/site/c.guIYLaMRJxE/b.8864867/k.BA6F/Submit_Your_Film.htm for more info!
The Global Wildlife Conservancy is looking for lighthearted, funny PSA concepts that motivate people to care about endangered animals. With $20,000 in cash awards and the program’s global visibility, this is a great opportunity for students to gain more experience in the industry.
Chosen videos will also be broadcast on US national television.
For more information and examples, please visit:
Zooppa is a user-generated marketing platform that connects creative individuals like your students with campaigns such as these. We partner with companies such as Warner Bros., Nike, Google and ‘Got Milk’. If you have any questions about this project or Zooppa, please do not hesitate to reach out.
In honor of Showtime’s fearlessly dysfunctional series, Shameless, the TV network is asking filmmakers to produce short films for the Shameless Film Festival!
These 30 second to 2 minutes videos should profile a real or fictional person that lives their life shamelessly. Showtime wants unapologetic narratives that highlight flawed families that viewers can relate to.
This is a fantastic opportunity to get your work viewed by millions of people with potential to be shown on broadcast television!
Not only that, the awards total at $30,000 with an Early Entry prize, first place receiving a whopping $10,000, and three chances to win Voter awards.
The winning entries will be used to promote the January 12th Season Premiere of Shameless Season 3 on Showtime.
Mark your calendars: Early Entry closes on December 19th at 4pm PST and the contest wraps up on January 2nd at 4pm PST!
Visit www.zoopa.com for full festival details and info on how to submit!
Actuality Media coordinates summer programs for current students and recent graduates interested in video, journalism, new media, social entrepreneurship or telling stories that matter. In each program students travel to a developing international community and learn how to produce a short documentary film about a social entrepreneur, nonprofit organization or other change maker working there.
We are now accepting applications for our 2014 documentary outreaches, heading to Ecuador, Kenya and Cambodia.
Check out the productions schedule here: http://www.actualitymedia.org/programs/2014-production-schedule/
Or email email@example.com for more information!
The Visions Film Festival and Conference is announcing its 4th Annual Call for Entries. Hosted by the University of North Carolina Wilmington Film Studies Department, and open to only undergraduate filmmakers and scholars, displaying and honoring the creativity of student films and research is where the true soul of Visions lies.
Entry forms, guidelines, and deadlines can be found online at www.visionsfilm.org/submit. All film and paper submissions must have been completed between Fall 2012 and Spring 2014. No works-in-progress will be accepted. All submissions-related inquiries may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Film Deadline: January 4th, 2014 (early deadline December 6th)
Paper Abstract Deadline: January 4th, 2014
More details: www.visionsfilm.org
Lenovo is seeking your original photos that capture the specific modes of your life!
Like the Lenovo® Yoga 2 Pro laptop, you’re not one-dimensional. Your life has multiple modes and you’re always changing between them. Some days you’re a banker and an athlete, others you’re a best friend and a handyman. But now we want to know about your modes. What’s your passion? Do you have a hidden hobby? A greatest accomplishment? Lenovo wants you to submit an original photo that captures a specific mode of your life. With your photo, include an icon and caption that illustrates this mode best.
Now it’s your turn to create a original photo that captures your mode the best!
To enter our contest, please submit your content to both the Zooppa campaign page, and Lenovo. To submit to Lenovo, visit exchange.lenovo.com and follow the links and instructions to submit the registration form, including your name, a valid email address and your birthdate. Creating your submission is as easy as the following 3 steps:
Deadline: December 4, 2013
Films should be under 5 minutes in length and may address any sustainability related topic. This contest is open to middle school through graduate students and can ne produced solo or by a group. The possibilities are endless, so get creative!
Winners of the contest will receive a prize package valued up to $1,000 from some of the worlds most popular sustainable brands. Winning films will aslo be screened at select GLP and partner events throughout the year. The next winner could be YOU, so get started today!
Please visit http://glpfilms.com/education/student-film-project/ for full submission details.
Deadline: January 17, 2014
It’s the film festival with a global reach and a family heart.
The 19th International Family Film Festival (IFFF) family –friendly films from around the world – is set for November 7-9, 2014 at the Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, California.
Last year’s IFFF drew 5,000 + film fans and industry professionals. The festival market generally produces several film-distribution deals, and many screenplays from its screenwriting readings have secured option deals. Next year’s Screenwriter’s Showcase will be held on Sunday, November 9, 2014.
IFFF/Youth Fest! Entry Fees & deadline
Deadline: August 15, 2014
Film Entry Fees: Feature $80 Shorts $40 Students $25 Screenplay Entry Fees: Feature $60 Short $30
The IFFF/YouthFest! (ages 8-17)
Short film and short screenplay, and a new category, Comic Book.
The entry fee is $25 for each
For more info, email to Patte Dee McKee, IFFF Program Director at email@example.com
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St. Martin’s Press and Talenthouse invite amateur filmmakers to produce a short horror book trailer for SNOWBLIND, the highly anticipated novel by New York Times bestselling author Christopher Golden.
*The winning trailer will be heavily promoted and used as part of an integrated marketing and advertising campaign for the book and will also receive a consultation with one or more of the judges to discuss their work.*
Helping St. Martin’s Press judge the entries are:
FRANK DARABONT (Director, Writer, Producer): The Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile, The Walking Dead, Mob City, among others.
DAVID S. GOYER (Writer, Director, Producer): Man of Steel, The Dark Knight Trilogy, Blade, Da Vinci’s Demons, among others.
DON MURPHY (Producer): Transformers 1-4, Real Steel, Natural Born Killers, Vampire Academy, among others.
STEPHEN SUSCO (Writer, Producer): The Grudge 1 & 2, Texas Chainsaw 3D, Red, High School, among others.
CHRISTOPHER GOLDEN (Author, Editor): Of Saints and Shadows, Baltimore, Tin Men, The New Dead, among others. Facebook: facebook.com/christophergoldenauthor; Twitter: @ChristophGolden
DEADLINE for entries: January 6, 2014