VIDEOFEST 23 is on Sept. 23-26
April 5, 2010 Earlybird Deadline
June 1, 2010 Regular Deadline
June 28, 2010 Late Deadline
VideoFest is now open for Submissions. As well as accepting Music Videos, Documentary, Narrative, Experimental, shorts and features; this year they have added three new categories.
VideoFest would like to announce the return of the KidFlix shorts block to the festival. KidFlix are shorts shot and conceived by kids 12 and under. You can enter under the category of "KID Director."
If you've ever wondered what the day in the life of your pet would look like this is the category for you.
The "DOGumentary" category is for shorts 10min and under, featuring man's best friend. No works of fiction only real animal adventures.
The "CATumentary" category is for shorts 10min and under, featuring felines. No works of fiction only real animal adventures.
These two dog-cat-egories will be in competition with one another. So it's time to choose a side and make a film. May the best pet win!
DATES TO REMEMBER:
April 5, 2010 Earlybird Deadline (Cheep)
June 1, 2010 Regular Deadline (Regular Price)
June 28, 2010 Late Deadline (Say What!)
Works submitted by Mail on DVD have additional $10 charge.
Works submitted via an online link are not charged the additional fee.
The 23rd Annual VideoFest is open to professional and non-professional filmmakers working in all genres: documentary, narrative, animation and experimental. There are no length or thematic or content restrictions, although works which reflect innovation, creative storytelling, alternative viewpoints, diversity, multidisciplinary explorations, or off-the-beaten path subjects compete strongly.
Works previously submitted are not eligible. All video entries must have been originally produced within the last two years and/or post-produced in video or some electronic form. Works submitted by Mail on DVD have additional $10 charge. Works submitted via an online link are not charged the additional fee. Works must be submitted in NTSC format. Works which are accepted will be notified and at that time entrants will send works in h264 Quicktime formats.
Works using non-licensed, copyrighted music or other copyrighted works or literary properties without legal permission are not eligible.
For more information please visit the VideoFest website
You can also email question to Johnny@videofest.org.