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Scruffy City Film & Music Festival
Date: Jul 27, 2017
Time: 7:00pm to 11:00pm
City: Knoxville
Entrance Fee: $10-50
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A celebration of film and music, Film Score and the Scruffy City Film & Music Festival features:

- Narrative Features and Shorts
- Feature and Short Documentaries
- Music Videos
- Animated Shorts
- Fan Films
- Live music on three stages
- Daily filmmaker mixers
- Panels, Workshops, and Q&As
– Closing Night Awards Ceremony

In 2016 we screened over 50 films from 10 countries which were selected out of nearly 400 submissions from 40 countries. FILM SCORE celebrates the musical heart and soul of film and the composers and artists that make films sing. The 2017 Film Score and Scruffy City Film & Music Festival will have events every Saturday in July culminating in four days of film screenings from July 27-30.

All films submitted to the festival must have a standout soundtrack, score, sound design, or musical narrative to be considered. Each year one outstanding feature film with the Best Score or Soundtrack will be chosen to headline the festival. Also, awards are given for Best Score, Best Music Video, and Best Soundtrack.
GLITTER! Oklahoma LGBT Film Festival
Date: Jul 27, 2017
Time: 10:00am to 5:00pm
Entrance Fee: $
Phone: 9183180901
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GLITTER ! Oklahoma's LGBT Film Festival is proud to launch in conjunction with Fat Mary's Lounge & Cabaret in McAlester, OK. The festival directors with GLITTER are looking to provide a diverse outlet for art in Southeastern Oklahoma. GLITTER will showcase LGBT films , filmmakers and artists only. Fat Mary's Lounge & Cabaret will host the event and it will include indoor and outdoor screenings. Entertainment will be built around the event that will all be geared toward diversity, including performances by some of the best female impersonators in the state. A portion of the proceeds from the festival will be donated to a different charity each year, that all deal with social issues affecting the LGBT community (The Trevor Project, HRC, etc)

We look forward to building a diversity weekend that can celebrate LGBT and film. All of the submissions will be jury selected by industry professionals such as actors, filmmakers & screenwriters.

GLITTER - will include film, screenwriting and photography contests.

**Final Notification Date Will Be May 12, 2017**
However we will do periodic notifications starting in January 2017
14. int. low & no budget film-sharing festival 2017
Date: Jul 28, 2017
Time: 9:00pm to 11:00pm
City: Stuttgart
Entrance Fee: FREE!
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We will show all short films under 15 minutes and we look forward to receiving new productions as much as older short films or even youthful follies or transgressions! The audience itself decides at the open screenings in April and May which films will be included and shown in the July Festival Programme. All film makers, whose film is shown, will receive the golden "film-sharing Oscar 2017"
MixKnowledgy presents The Film Empire
Date: Jul 28, 2017
Time: 6:00pm to 10:00pm
City: Los Angeles
Entrance Fee: $50
Phone: 7577059224
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MixKnowledgy continues its series of Hollywood panel and mixer events with an evening of networking to celebrate the launch of sister company, The Film Empire. The Film Empire's ongoing film and screenwriting contests are platforms to find the next big filmmaker.

Lineup includes:

-Tara Jones, talent agent, United Talent Agency

-Loucas George, executive producer, "Empire"

-E. Brian Dobbins, Principato-Young Entertainment (F. Gary Gray, Kenya Barris, Tracee Ellis Ross)

-Heather Weiss, publicist, E2W Collective

-Kate Krantz, COO of Crypt TV (Eli Roth's company)

-Zack Krentz, screenwriter, "Thor," "The Flash," "X-Men: First Class," "Fringe"

-Cindy Ambers, partner/manager, Art/Work Ent. (company reps Arrival's Eric Heisserer)

-Danny Alexander, TV literary coordinator, Agency of the Performing Arts

-Brad Gilmore, casting director

& more TBA!
Short Film Marathon
Date: Jul 28, 2017
Time: 9:00pm to 12:00am
City: Bucharest
Entrance Fee: FREE!
Phone: +40 754 954 879
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Bucharest ShortCut Cinefest is monthly film competition focusing on international independent cinema. Our aim is to support new filmmakers and to promote the research and development of new means of expressivity through cinematography as art among diverse audiences.

BSCF is located in the Eastern Heart of Europe, Bucharest being one of the most beautiful and diverse cities in the world.
Have you made money on your Web Series yet? Online Seminar
Date: Jul 29, 2017
Time: 11:00am to 12:00pm
Entrance Fee: $35.00
Phone: 323-521-4610
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Have you made money on your Web Series yet?
Web video series can produce results — IF you strategize them intelligently. One Hour Online Seminar

In one hour, learn some awesome tips and how to avoid classic fails in web video series creation and exploitation. Frank Chindamo teaches web video at top schools including USC, UCLA, Chapman, Emerson and Columbia. His students are some of the world’s most successful, including 3-billion hitter FreddieW, 2-Emmy winner Bernie Su, and 5SecondFilms. His own have won 30+ awards and deals with Intel, Chevy, Walmart, etc., so he can teach this field because he knows it - and loves it. He loves launching and assisting creators, so are you ready to check it out? - Professor Frank Chindamo

Since 2004, Chindamo’s classes in web video have helped to launch the careers of web video filmmakers like Freddie Wong, who has garnered over a billion views on YouTube and has netted millions of dollars thus far for shows including YouTube’s “Video Game High School” and Hulu’s “Rocket Jump” and “Dimension 404.” Bernie Su, who worked in advertising until he took Chindamo’s class, has won two prime-time Emmy Awards for his web series including “The Lizzie Bennet Diaries,” raved about in Time Magazine.

This is a one hour online class July 29th only. Sign up today!
3rd Annual Web Series Festival Global
Celebrating Great Content
August 8th 2017
Submit your Pilot - Script - Web Series today!

Every Web Series entry is:
Considered for Grand Prize or Category Winner
Receives a Digital subscription to Videomaker
Considered for Distribution
Announcements August 4th 2017
Latino Film Market 2017
Date: Jul 30, 2017
Time: 10:00am to 10:00pm
City: New York
Entrance Fee: $15-30
Phone: 3472527952
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The Latino Film Market 2017 (LFM) event focuses on providing community networking opportunities and creating direct tools for upcoming Latino filmmakers and industry professionals internationally. LFM takes place July 28 - 30, 2017, in collaboration with La Casa de la Herencia Cultural Puertorriqueña, a 37-year old, nonprofit, cultural organization, housed at El Barrio’s Artspace PS 109, in East Harlem, New York. LFM will engage participants from the USA, the Caribbean and other Latin American countries, with a potential participation of 500 - 600 individuals.

During this 3-day event, LFM will present live screenings of Latino independent films to be recognized at a national and international level, thereby, creating economic development for filmmakers and producers in the United States and Latin American countries.

In addition to screenings, LFM will host a series of panels, workshops, and lectures in acting and casting, writing, pre-production, production, art direction, camera and lighting, wardrobe, sound mixing, and hair and make-up. All open to the public.

Creators can submit their work of feature films, short films, documentaries, and/or web series.
Hip Hop Film Festival
Date: Aug 3, 2017
Time: 3:00pm to 12:00am
City: New York
Entrance Fee: $35-60
Phone: 347-574-0700
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The Hip Hop Film Festival is the FIRST festival to feature filmmakers raised in the global culture of Hip Hop. That means we focus on stories from all over the world, across all genres, written, produced and directed by lovers of the universal culture.

What makes us unique is that we share the profits of the festival with the filmmakers selected to participate while providing a dynamic environment for filmmakers to network, engage with titans of the industry and negotiate deals that will further their careers.

Last season, we hosted over 45 filmmakers from every continent, we were sponsored by NETLIX and other amazing corporations and saw over 3,000 film enthusiasts from all over the world descend on our dedicated theater in NYC for what we call "FOUR DAYS OF FRESH".

We also hosted "Master Series" where Hollywood Insiders gave their expertise on how to negotiate distribution deals, the business side of creating a successful web series, how to fund a major movie on a budget and more...

The festival awards the distinction of BEST of the FEST in 10 categories including, best Feature, Best Documentary, Best Web Series and more. The festival and our filmmakers received world wide press (see our worldwide press here ) and many went on to be invited to other festivals, some are now on world tours and some scored distribution deals ... and it began with the Hip Hop Film Festival.

The 2017 season of the Hip Hop Film Festival takes place August 3-6 in NYC.
Wexford Film Festival
Date: Aug 4, 2017
Time: 7:00pm to 11:00am
City: Wexford
Entrance Fee: $22
Phone: 0894537123
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A film festival run by filmmakers for filmmakers and taking place in beautiful Wexford, Ireland.

We accept films in all genres and that includes shorts and features.

We have a script competition which is sponsored by Final Draft and the best script award comes with a free copy of FD10.

We give awards in several categories from best actor/actress to best film and director.

We hope to see you at the festival in August.
Kew Gardens Festival of Cinema
Date: Aug 4, 2017
Time: 11:00am to 1:00am
City: NYC
Entrance Fee: $16 - 165
Phone: 9292785432
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Already being hailed by The Wall Street Journal as New York City's next major film event, and as mentioned on The Huffington Post, Kew Gardens Festival of Cinema is a non-profit organization established to support the development of and help expand the audiences for independent cinema from around the globe. The inaugural festival will take place Aug. 4-13, 2017.
The Kew Gardens Festival of Cinema was founded by four local independent filmmakers with a passion to get movies made and to have those artistic voices heard. Understanding the struggle in todays film environment in showcasing independent cinema, their goal is to establish a presence and awareness of cinematic creativity throughout Kew Gardens Queens and the neighboring communities.
As a festival created by filmmakers, we are doing everything to make sure that Independent Filmmakers get what they deserve out of a film festival. Our mission is to expand audience reach and bring awareness to films that might otherwise never have the opportunity to be showcased.
Kew Gardens Festival of Cinema accepts all lengths and genres, so we encourage filmmakers from around the globe to submit their work for a chance to have it screened in an actual movie theater, The Kew Gardens Cinemas. Built in the 1930's, it is Queens, New Yorks oldest and only operating Art House Movie Theater.
Because our festival takes place in a small town, we offer filmmakers a more intimate experience, allowing them to network with their audience and their peers. We want our filmmakers to succeed, so every filmmaker that submits their film(s) will automatically be receiving a 1 year subscription to, a leading subscription service that focuses on guiding independent filmmakers with their online tutorials and publications (a $20 value). In addition all films selected will have the opportunity to transfer their film onto DCP at a remarkable discount being provided by Simple DCP, leader in DCP conversion for other major festivals, including SXSW and NewPort Beach film festival and HollyShorts.
Filmmaker recipients of the “IndiePix Vision Award” will be given an international distribution platform, potentially including release on DVD and VOD, as well as other digital opportunities. Aside from assisting with the implementation of a cohesive distribution plan, IndiePix will also support the awarded film with marketing and promotion, valuable exposure across IndiePix’s branded sites, newsletters and social media.
You can rest assured that all submitted films are watched in their entirety by our programmers, which we know is a major concern when it comes to choosing which festival to submit to. Along with our daily screenings, we plan on hosting intimate panel conversations with independent filmmakers, producers, distributors and sales agents. Something many festivals often overlook. You can expect red carpet premieres and familiar faces. The Festival staff will be hard at work promoting every film that gets accepted, to ensure that audiences attend your screening.
As a competitive festival, winners of our top categories will be receiving a unique statuette, along with additional prizes including opt in distribution opportunities, at our closing night gala.
Finally, we want this to be an amazing experience for everyone that attends - so expect to have activities such as Karaoke, Movie Trivia night, Happy Hours, Outdoor Screenings and After Parties hosted by our wonderful sponsors!

Friday Night Social ~ August 4, 2017
Date: Aug 4, 2017
Time: 6:30pm to 9:30pm
City: Los Angeles
Entrance Fee: FREE!
Phone: 8887969673
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Friday Night Social is a networking group that meets the first Friday of every month. It started as a way for TV and feature writers to meet one another and has evolved into so much more. This is a great way to “Network”. Plan on meeting people from different areas and levels in the entertainment industry.
International Austrian Film Festival
Date: Aug 4, 2017
Time: 4:00pm to 11:00pm
City: Vienna
Entrance Fee: $5 euros
Phone: +49.976345645
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Connoisseurs of real art, we are waiting for you on August 4, 2017 in Vienna (Austria) at the annual 2nd Annual Austria International Film Festival!
The International Austrian Film Festival is an event that will give you a lot of emotions and unforgettable impressions. Cinematographers from all over the world will be invited to the contest. The one who, according to the jury, will have the most unique artistic view of the world of cinema, a free spirit, new ideas, an independent point of view and new approaches will win.
If you are not afraid of experimentation and are hungry for new experiences - be sure to visit the Austria International Film Festival!
The Film Lab
Date: Aug 7, 2017
Time: 6:00pm to 9:00pm
City: Cumberland
Entrance Fee: FREE!
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"The Film Lab" is a monthly gathering bringing together film professionals, patrons, and fans. Each meeting features a guest speaker and may include a short screening block. Every first Monday* from 6-9pm (speaker at 7pm) at Oscar's Restaurant.

These are the dates for "The Film Lab" at Oscar's:
Monday, April 3, 2017
Monday, May 1, 2017
Monday, June 5, 2017
Monday, July 3, 2017
Monday, August 7, 2017
*TUESDAY, September 5, 2017
Monday, October 2, 2017
Monday, November 6, 2017
​Monday, Dececember 4, 2017
One-On-One with Creative and Co-Executive Producer MeeRa Kim
Date: Aug 12, 2017
Time: 1:00pm to 3:00pm
City: North Hollywood,
Entrance Fee: $40.00
Phone: 8887969673
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This event is with a Creative and Co-Executive Producer who will discuss a variety of topics, including: writing for virtual reality, what is VR and how do we capture it? Writing strong characters, developing a compelling premise and/or story, how to pitch your project, among other topics.
Canada International Screenwriters Summit and Competition
Date: Aug 17, 2017
Time: 6:00pm to 2:00am
City: Calgary
Entrance Fee: $50-550
Phone: 4034040603
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The inaugural Canada International Screenwriters Summit and Competition (CISS) is a conference about the art of screenwriting, with three days of lectures, workshops, screenings, mock pitching, and an awards ceremony. It’s our goal to cultivate the craft of screenwriting, to protect and prepare screenwriters for the next level of development, and to “CISS your passion into reality”…and what better way to do that than a friendly competition?

CISS is taking place in August 2017 in Calgary, Alberta – a beautiful city set in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Canada. We want our guests to see the kind of world-class architecture and entertainment that the city has to offer, and our chosen venue in the downtown core will highlight just those qualities.

A screenplay is the soul of a film, and the original legal document for the product in the business. A billion-dollar industry surrounds the art of the story, and audiences are craving content more than ever; it’s our mission to empower and inform the creators on how to take their material and make it into a marketable product, by helping to promote and cultivate the film scene in Calgary, Canada, and the world. Academics, professionals, hobbyists, and dreamers from all over the world are expected to attend the Summit.
Writing the Script that Launches Your Career with Speaker Corey Mandell
Date: Aug 19, 2017
Time: 1:00pm to 3:00pm
City: Studio City,
Entrance Fee: $30.00
Phone: 8887969673
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* Learn what kind of scripts agents and managers are looking for in the current marketplace – and what kind of scripts will get you ignored

* The specific skills required to write a script that can launch your career

* Avoid the common writer mistakes that can sink your chances

* How to get an agent or manager to read your script – and how to know when your script is ready to be read by an agent or manager
Filmfestival Kitzbuehel
Date: Aug 21, 2017
Time: 1:00am to 1:00am
City: Kitzbuehel
Entrance Fee: $15-70
Phone: 00436644493092
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Filmfestival Kitzbühel is located in the heart of the Alps. After only four years of its existence, the Filmfestival Kitzbühel has proven to be a melting pot for the film industry and other creatives. Not only has the festival build a great reputation for its cinematic program, but also for the familiar and intimate atmosphere. Although Kitzbühel is primarily known as a sport- and skiresort, the festival has once more shown the town´s strong link to movies and the film industry.
4th Annual Destiny City Film Festival
Date: Aug 25, 2017
Time: 7:00pm to 10:00pm
City: Tacoma
Entrance Fee: $5-10
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The Destiny City Film Festival is a homegrown, true-Tacoma community event, inspired by our city’s nickname – The City of Destiny – and built to showcase the best independent films from the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Our mission is to use the power of vibrant cinematic storytelling to curate an engaged community audience for independent film.

This three-day festival is organized by people who believe at the heart of every great movie is a great story, one that is destined to invigorate an audience through the art form of film. DCFF credits the ingenuity of independent filmmakers for continuing the tradition of compelling storytelling through motion pictures in the digital age, whether told in the documentary, animated, experimental, or narrative form. It is our passion to provide screens for the finest of these independent films and strengthen the local film community by building an engaged audience.

The fourth annual Destiny City Film Festival (August 25 – 27, 2017) will be hosted by one of Tacoma’s oldest movie theaters and, at ninety years old, is one of the oldest continuously operating movie theaters in the country—the historic Blue Mouse Theater in the Proctor District of Tacoma, Washington.
AUTOMATIC PILOT – Creating A Web Series with Speaker Bill Taub
Date: Aug 26, 2017
Time: 1:00pm to 3:00pm
City: Los Angeles,
Entrance Fee: $40.00
Phone: 8887969673
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If you can talk, you can write. If you can write, you can create a web series. If you can create a web series, you can jump start a career! With the explosion of web-based content, writers are empowered to take more control of their careers and be more entrepreneurial. A web series is the only platform where you, the writer, control the project from concept to completion and beyond — distributing it direct to the viewer — or more importantly using it as a strong piece of your portfolio.
Date: Aug 29, 2017
Time: 7:00pm to 11:00pm
Entrance Fee: $2
Phone: 14221083
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Do you want a sho®t?
The festival was established in 2004 by a group of young Hungarian filmmakers in order to fill a gap in the category of short film, but over the years it became clear that it was about much more. The international breakthrough came rapidly on the 3rd festival in 2007 when shorts were screened from 45 countries. The name "BuSho" has come from a pun (Budapest Short - budapesti rövid), but it refers to a traditional popular custom of winter-send-of from Southern Hungary called "busójárás". One of our main goal is to develop, present and caught up the cultural identity of the Eastern European audiovisual sector helping it to give more experts to the market. We aim to give ground to young filmmakers for they can introduce, create and together we can make a new European Value. The number of entries in fiction, animation and experimental category is gradually increasing, in 2011 there were 962 shorts to be slected by the pre-jury of which 90 can make it to the competition. Beside the competition and informational program we have plenty of festival screenings, selections of film universities, feature films, film-, and all-art workshops in the program. Everyone welcome at the first week of September each year in the heart of Europe in Budapest. Come along and sniff up some culture.
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