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NOLA Edge Film Festival
Opens for submissions:
Jul 21, 2017
Earlybird
Oct 21, 2017
$0-10
Normal
Dec 21, 2017
$1-15
Late
Feb 21, 2018
$1.5-28
Extended
May 21, 2018
$2-40
Final Deadline
May 21, 2018
$2-40
Winners Notified:
Jun 1, 2018
Welcome to the inaugural New Orleans Edge film festival event (as a part of the Critical Edge Film & Art Festival Network), directed/hosted by Tulane student/local artist Natalie Phillips. Our mission is to bridge the gap between students interested in the cinematic arts and skilled independent and/or international filmmakers; we welcome submissions of any kind and plan to host both short film events during an interactive pre-screening season and a larger annual festival.

We're proud to announce the the Nola Edge Film & Live Art Festival will incorporate CEFF's first ever performance art competition/submission category. In addition to photographs, visual art, and films, you can simply submit a video of a musical or theatrical performance (maximum 15 minutes in length), and compete for a spot performing the piece at our annual event! We're excited to see what New Orleans performers and artists have to offer our festival.

Critical Edge student-run film & art microfestivals feature a season of small film screenings where we play many of our short film selections alongside local/student filmmakers, followed by an annual Film Festival. A typical early screening event lasts an hour, and takes place at a local cafe, art gallery/studio space, or outdoors (depending on the venue). Our annual event will take place at multiple venues, run longer, and screen feature and short films - the annual event showcases the films selected as winners of their submission category (among other selections).

By submitting to the Critical Edge Film Festival, you are competing for the opportunity to gain publicity in a number of ways:
- Entering an ongoing competition for display on our website and various social media pages as selections in our Photography category (excluding film submissions except by our prior e-mailed request)
- Gaining Publicity during various pre-screening events where audiences participate in the critiquing of selected short film submissions, and ultimately assist in the voting process as to whether or not they will be selected for the annual festival. These events for this season will start prospectively in January 2016. Films screened during a pre-screening events will earn the status of "Official Selection."
- To win awards in a number of categories (as listed below) or be win a category and be selected to screen during our Annual festival event.
DaVinci International Film Festival (DIFF)
Opens for submissions:
Jun 9, 2017
Final Deadline
Oct 22, 2017
$40-60
Winners Notified:
Oct 29, 2017
Est. 2017. Like many other film festivals, DIFF honors the best in independent cinema from around the world, but does so by recognizing many below-the-liners who largely go unnoticed and unrewarded. DIFF seeks the unsung heroes -- from best in editing, color correction, sound design, to theatrical creative and P&A, at DIFF, DIFF looks to shine the light on those who work silently, yet play an important role in getting any given film project to the festival stage.

As for format, DIFF hosts quarterly online series for all of our categories. “Vitruvian Man” winners for our feature, short and screenplay categories (ONLY) will be invited to the DaVinci Showcase Event at the end of the calendar year, for their shot at “The Leo” Award. All Vitruvian films will screen at our RED CARPET EVENT in our hometown, Los Angeles for family, friends, and industry professionals. Our fees range from $30-60/submission based on your type of project and deadline.

The DIFF Showcase Event is followed by filmmaker Q&A, and an after party where we will announce The Leo winner along with our DaVinci Film Institute grant recipient. Learn more at: tdiff.org.
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Women's Only Entertainment Film Festival
Opens for submissions:
Oct 1, 2017
Final Deadline
Oct 25, 2017
$10-35
Winners Notified:
Oct 30, 2017
A new festival each month beginning on the first and ending on the 30th of the month (with the exception of December when we don't have one but will accept submissions).
Women's Only Entertainment (WOEFF) is a MONTHLY online festival for shorts of various lengths. Online meaning that we have judges who vote on all submissions accepted into the festival. There is no LIVE event currently. Winners are announced on that date on our Facebook page and by email.
WE SUPPORT WOMEN IN FILM!
WOMEN MUST BE INVOLVED IN THE FILM IN ONE OF THESE ROLES!! Lead, Director, Producer, DP, Cinematographer, Writer, or Editing
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MAKE SURE YOU GIVE YOUR FEMALE CAST AND CREW AN OPPORTUNITY TO WIN -- Either make sure you list them on your submission or by email so we know (if you email put the word FEMALE CREW in your subject line)

Shorts are $15-20, Features $20-25, Roles $5 each. No Limits
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Zodiac International Film Competition
Opens for submissions:
Sep 12, 2017
Final
Oct 25, 2017
$50
$30
Final Deadline
Oct 25, 2017
Winners Notified:
Nov 20, 2017
The Zodiac International film competition is a brand new online film and screenplay contest. We want to see your visions, hear your voices and be moved, thrilled, scared and engaged by your storytelling.

The Zodiac International Film Competition has a Screenplay contest for short and feature film scripts of all genres.

We actively encourage entrants from all over the world with all levels of experience. Our competition features both a competitive and non-competitive aspect. Every entry will be in the running to find our overall ‘Grand jury prize’ winner.

Entries will also be judged individually and given a bronze, silver or gold rating.

Judges are all award winning filmmakers. Ranked laurels for all entries. Trophy for the grand jury prize winner with trophies and medals also available for bronze, silver and gold awards.
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Winter Film Awards Indie Film Festival
Opens for submissions:
Jun 1, 2017
Regular
Oct 25, 2017
$40
$40
Late
Nov 15, 2017
$60
$60
Final Deadline
Nov 15, 2017
$60
$60
Winners Notified:
Jan 5, 2018
INDIE FILMMAKERS … Do you have an awesome film, music video or web series? Celebrate Diversity in Film with New York City's WINTER FILM AWARDS, a TOP 10 BEST REVIEWED FEST on FilmFreeway!

Winter Film Awards is New York City -- showcasing the eclectic diversity and excitement of the independent arts world. The Fest celebrates the outstanding work of emerging filmmakers in all genres from around the world, with an emphasis on highlighting underrepresented artists. Works of all lengths are considered for Festival screening, including narrative Fiction, Documentary, Web Series, Music Videos, Animation and Horror.

Emerging filmmakers with low budgets and no connections are so often ignored in favor of the standard big budget generic action films. Exciting low-budget films are created all over the world; we need the opportunity to see them!

The 7th Annual Winter Film Awards Indie Film Festival runs February 22 – March 3 2018, including awesome film screenings, cool discussion panels and super-fun parties at venues throughout NYC. The event concludes on March 3rd with a glittering awards ceremony and red carpet gala at one of NYC’s premier nightclubs. We award over $100,000 in cash, prizes and distribution opportunities!

Winter Film Awards is an all-volunteer women and minority-run 501(c)3 organization founded in 2011. We believe everyone deserves a fair shot at getting their voice heard and we have a rigorous blind judging process to ensure a bias-free review. Winter Film Awards is proudly a Top 10 Best Reviewed Festival on FilmFreeway.

Independent filmmakers from around the world are invited to submit films online via FilmFreeway at https://filmfreeway.com/festival/WFA
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Near Nazareth Festival ( NNF )
Opens for submissions:
Jun 1, 2017
Autumn
Oct 27, 2017
$19
$17
Final Deadline
Dec 9, 2017
$20
$18
Winners Notified:
Dec 20, 2017
Near Nazareth Festival hospitably opens its doors to filmmakers.
Our festival will serve to strengthen mutual understanding and friendship between the peoples of the world. Through cooperation with movie lovers from around the world, we will make history.
Today filmmakers from 65 countries are participating in the festival, and presented his works.
Near Nazareth Festival Online Film Market - Free of charge for all participants of the NNFestival.
We'll set up info about your film on Near Nazareth Festival website and Facebook page.
We are inviting of you to join.
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Phoenix Film Festival
Opens for submissions:
Sep 20, 2017
Regular Deadline
Oct 27, 2017
$55
$40
Late Deadline
Nov 24, 2017
$70
$55
Extended Deadline
Dec 18, 2017
$80
$70
Final Deadline
Dec 18, 2017
$80
$70
Winners Notified:
Mar 1, 2018
We've got an amazing venue, excited audiences and all we need are your films! Plus this year we're expanding to a second weekend which gives us an opportunity to screen most films at least three times.

The Phoenix Film Festival has been named one of The 25 Coolest Film Festivals and a Top 50 Worth the Entry Fee by MovieMaker Magazine and has been called the most filmmaker-friendly festival out there. The Phoenix Film Festival is a program of the 501c(3) non-profit Phoenix Film Foundation, started in 2000, and it has quickly become Arizona's Largest Film Festival.

"The Phoenix Film Festival is first and foremost a filmmaker's festival. It is a privilege for us to screen your film and we do not take that for granted. Filmmakers return year after year, even if they don't have a film at the festival, and that's something were extremely proud of. If you submit to us, rest assured your film will be reviewed and be given sincere consideration." - Jason Carney, Executive Director

Categories vary. May include (subject to change): Best Picture, Audience Award, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Acting, Best AZ Filmmaker, Best Short Film, Best Student Film, Best Documentary, etc.

Phoenix Film Festival Short Screenplay Search winner will receive $250, an InkTip Script Listing: A listing of your script on InkTip so that producers and reps can find you and A 5-year membership to Script Pipeline's Writers Database.
International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival
Opens for submissions:
Sep 20, 2017
Regular Deadline
Oct 27, 2017
$50
$35
Late Deadline
Nov 24, 2017
$60
$45
Final Deadline
Dec 18, 2017
$70
$55
Winners Notified:
Mar 1, 2018
The International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival is back and ready for more of the best in horror and sci-fi films. The International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival (IHSFF) comes from the producers behind the Phoenix Film Film Festival and is entering its twelfth year of providing audiences with the best genre films. Filmmakers are the focus of this festival with a great bond created between audiences and the filmmakers.

Once again the event will be taking place at the Phoenix Film Festival. You’ll be able to catch the best in horror and sci-fi independent films alongside over a hundred other independent films at the biggest film party of the year. Screenings will take place over seven days at the festival with opening weekend offering a celebration of films, parties and workshops.
JAIPUR INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL-JIFF
Opens for submissions:
Apr 1, 2017
Final Deadline
Oct 30, 2017
$175
$50
Winners Notified:
Jan 10, 2018
History

The Jaipur International Film Festival, the world's fastest growing film festival, is held every year in January or February in Jaipur, India

Launched in January 2009, Jaipur International Film Festival -JIFF became expanding establishing name in organizing world film festival every year in Rajasthan.

The purpose of this film festival is to promote new movie makers, exchange of knowledge, information, ideas & culture between India & other nations in context of their social and cultural ethos. JIFF also promotes friendship and co-operation among people of the world through the medium of films & documentaries.

Though the film festivals have became a regular affair in most countries yet most of them cater only to selected audience as well as entertain the commercially successful film makers and related personalities. However, JIFF intends to organize a festival that connects the film fans & movie goers with the world, especially the serious filmmakers & their associates so as to bring about greater understanding of the art of film making.

The Ninth JIFF 2017 has received 2004 films from 100+ countries.

The Eighth JIFF 2016 has received 2176 films from 100+ countries.

The Seventh JIFF 2015 has received 1807 films from 100+ countries.

The Sixth JIFF 2014 has received 1587 films from 90+ countries.

The Fifth JIFF 2013 has received 1397 films from 90 countries.

The Fourth JIFF 2012 has received 902 films from 70 countries.

18000 film lovers and film makers visited the festival.

The third JIFF 2011 was held with overwhelming response & it was a feather in crown.

The second JIFF 2010 was held with overwhelming response & it was a feather in crown.

The first JIFF 2009 was a first milestone towards success.


NEW CATEGORIES FOR JIFF 2018:
(You can submit according to your submission eligibility or write us for any support at jiffindia@gmail.com)

JAIPUR CRITICS – For feature fiction films only, best film award from film critics.

HONORARY ASIA - We welcome you in JIFF 2018 as senior and experienced film producer and director. This category is only for Asian continent for feature fiction films, who produced/directed minimum 5 films in their respective carrier, we request you please submit your film/s produced/released/un released after 1st Jan. 2016 or film in post-production. It is non-competitive international nominations category, in this category will screen top two or three films out of all submissions.

WELCOME REGARD - For directors and producers 1st feature fiction film, in other words this submission should be first project/film as a director or producer. It is non-competitive international nominations category, in this category will screen top two or three films out of all submissions.

THESE ARE DIFFERENT SUBMISSION BETWEEN MAIN SUBMISSION IN THE FEATURE FILM (FICTION) CATEGORY.

OLD IS GOLD - screenings (by invitation only)

Films made by Crowdfunding (mention in the submission form)

Films made by/with Co-Production (mention in the submission form)

Web Series (up to 30 minute/s)

Mobile Film Making on Social Issues (film should be shoot by mobile camera, up to 30 minute/s)
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Critical Edge Film Festival - Madison
Opens for submissions:
Jul 10, 2017
Normal
Oct 30, 2017
$1-15
Late
Dec 30, 2017
$1.5-20
Extended
Apr 30, 2018
$2-30
Final Deadline
Apr 30, 2018
$2-30
Winners Notified:
May 7, 2018
Welcome to Critical Edge Film Festival (CEFF), congrats on finding us! We've recently expanded our horizons and opened this new festival in Madison, WI! When you submit to our newest (dare I say most northern) film festival, you're getting the opportunity to screen your film in the middle of a fantastic film community. This festival is taking place in one of the largest college cities and the capital of Wisconsin - in the midst of University of Wisconsin attendees and students from neighboring colleges who're the driving force behind the new wave of digital video production.

*We'll be screening films on our original date of December 3rd at the Marquee Cinema on campus at University of Wisconsin, but additionally on January 28th! Keep updated on our events for our inaugural season on facebook.com/criticaledgefilmfestival/events

By submitting to the Critical Edge Film Festival, you are competing for the opportunity to gain publicity during either various pre-screening events where audiences ultimately assist in the voting process as to whether or not they will be selected for the annual festival & to win awards in a number of categories (as listed below) or be selected to screen during the annual film festival.

Critical Edge student-run film & art microfestivals feature a season of small film screenings where we play many of our short film selections alongside local/student filmmakers, followed by an annual Film Festival. A typical early screening event lasts an hour, and takes place at a local cafe, art gallery/studio space, or outdoors (depending on the venue). Our annual event will take place at multiple venues, run longer, and screen feature and short films - the annual event showcases the films selected as winners of their submission category (among other selections).

Like and share our page on Facebook, then send us a message to receive a free 10% off discount code to submit your film!
Destiny City Film Festival
Opens for submissions:
Sep 13, 2017
Regular
Oct 30, 2017
$40
$35
Late
Nov 27, 2017
$50
$45
Extended
Dec 18, 2017
$60
$55
Final Deadline
Dec 18, 2017
$60
$55
Winners Notified:
Jan 15, 2018
Filmmakers and screenwriters make film festivals possible. Period. This is why our loyalty is to you and the invaluable artistic talents you provide to film culture. The Destiny City Film Festival is a homegrown, true-Tacoma community event, inspired by our city’s nickname – The City of Destiny – and is built to showcase the best independent films from the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Join us for the fifth annual Destiny City Film Festival, February 23–25, 2018 for top-quality programming of films, filmmaker discussions and events. Our mission is to enhance the vitality of independent filmmaking by showcasing vibrant films to curate an engaged and supportive community audience.
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NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Monthly Film Festival
Opens for submissions:
Nov 16, 2016
Final Deadline
Oct 31, 2017
$25-40
Winners Notified:
Oct 31, 2017
NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization designed to showcase innovative works by emerging filmmakers from around the world, providing the Los Angeles community of entertainment professionals and film goers with a constant surge of monthly screening events. NFMLA provides a forum where filmmakers can be recognized for their contributions, have open audience discussions about their projects and connect with industry professionals for insight on distribution, production, acquisition and representation.

The NewFilmmakers Series began over fifteen years ago in New York at the Famous Anthology Film Archives, screening over 1000 features, 3200 shorts and is New York's oldest and leading Screening Series. Many well known films have debuted and been discovered at NewFilmmakers 'including Too Much Sleep', 'Zero Day' & 'Blair Witch Project'.

Each Month, NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) presents red carpet screenings of documentary, short and feature films that have been submitted from all over the world, followed by a Q&A with each Director. The screening program also offers exclusive pre and post receptions so the audience can meet the filmmakers and the incredible talent involved.

IMPORTANT: NewFilmmakers Los Angeles screens monthly year round. FESTIVAL DATES displayed on the Withoutabox listing are for expiration of this listing and ARE NOT our screening dates. We only notify of acceptance, however, please feel free to check in with us 3 months after your film has been submitted for an update on the status.

Please note the following: as is the industry standard among all festivals, in most instances NFMLA does not screen films that have already been posted online without password protection--though we do make exceptions on a case-by-case basis so please feel free to apply regardless.
IndieFest International
Opens for submissions:
Mar 1, 2017
Final Deadline
Oct 31, 2017
$15
$15
Winners Notified:
Jul 10, 2017
IndieFest International is ongoing with new films and returning ranked films exhibited each month. Films are eligible for competition in the 2nd month following the month during which the submission was received.

20 finalists will be exhibited monthly online at FilmFestivalFlix.com. The top ranked 10 films (by audience vote) each month will remain on the festival platform with 10 new finalists joining the festival line-up. Films may continue to earn cash prizes, awards, and revenue sharing for as many months as they remain in the top 10 ranked films monthly.
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Queer Kampala International Film Festival
Opens for submissions:
Mar 17, 2017
Final Deadline
Oct 31, 2017
$40-65
Winners Notified:
Dec 10, 2017
Queer Kampala International Film Festival (QKIFF), is the first and only LGBTQ Film Festival in Uganda and the only gay film festival organized in a country where homosexuality is illegal. QUEERKIFF offers a powerful platform to promote and progress LGBTIQ rights through film advocacy in homophobic Uganda.

For the first time in homophobic Uganda, an International film festival celebrating and reinforcing the right to be LGBTQI was held. Against all odds, the creative Queer KIFF team laid strategies to beat the stern security and anti homo communities. The inaugural Queer Kampala International Film Festival was held 9th – 11th, December 2016 at different venues in the country’s capital Kampala.

Measures included security screening of attendees, keeping the venues secret and mobile daily. The attendants had to go to a different venue in the morning and afternoon. Venues were announced within hours to the event. Encouragingly, the LGBTIQ community, supporters and sympathizers hung in there and religiously followed us to the different venues attracting a turn up of more than 800 visitors with in a space of three days.
We are excited to announce the second edition scheduled for the 8th – 10th, December 2017. We are already accepting film submissions and be sure it will happen as our think tank is laying strategies to mitigate associated risks.

Together, we can end victimization of the LGBTQI community using social justice film-making, a tested and proven effective tool in changing hearts, minds, and laws!!

Project Goal

-Pushing for Legal Reforms through expanding the network of LGBTIQ advocates, supporters and activists who can lobby the relevant authorities and stakeholders particularly politicians who are attracted by numbers.

-Preventing Discrimination of the LGBTIQ Community through creating awareness to the general populace about the LGBTIQ Community. This is done with an aim of changing perceptions and attitudes of the general populace thus reducing stigma and discrimination against the LGBTIQ community.

-Promoting Production of Quality LGBTIQ Films by providing spaces where their films can be exhibited as well as recognizing and awarding the brave film makers who dare to tell the suppressed LGBTIQ stories.

To learn about Queerkiff read this illuminating interview about setting up a queer film festival in a country where homosexuality is illegal. The inaugural Queer Kampala International Film Festival came to Uganda last December. (via VICE News) https://news.vice.com/story/a-queer-film-festival-comes-to-uganda-where-homosexuality-is-illegal
The Lost Sanity Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival
Opens for submissions:
Apr 1, 2017
Sci-Fi Late
Oct 31, 2017
$25
Horror Late
Oct 31, 2017
$40
$25
Final Deadline
Nov 3, 2017
$35-40
Winners Notified:
Nov 28, 2017
Horror and Science Fiction fans, we are honored to present the Lost Sanity International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival.

We celebrate all forms of horror: suspense, thriller, slasher/gore, comedic-horror, as long as it's horror related we want to see it ! Let's not forget about all you Outer-Space and Alien fans out there too, if you have a stellar Sci-Fi piece feel free to beam it our way !


We will be accepting all submissions via FilmFreeway. Each film will be judged by our award winning staff in a variety of categories. The 2017 Lost Sanity Film Festival Judging Panel will be held Nov 7th in Old Town Temecula. Announcements will be made via social media and our Lost Sanity Production site.

In honor of Lost Sanity's Bicoastal Organization, we will also be holding a Red Carpet Screening in Hoboken, NJ on November 28th to celebrate our Winners. The event will be coupled by publicity via our website and media outlets, as well as a Screening and Red Carpet Celebration.

Our categories are as follows:

Best Horror Feature
Best Horror Short
The UFO Award ( best Sci-fi Short )
The Lost Sanity King of Terror (Best Actor )
The Lost Sanity Scream Queen (Best Actress)
The Lost Sanity Evil Genius Award (Best Director)

Best Monster ( Visual effects/makeup)
The Creepy Brood Award ( Best ensemble)
That's So Raven Award ( Best original concept for a short or feature)
The Tune of Doom Award ( Best original score )
Funny Bones Award ( Best comedic-horror film )
Adore The Gore Award ( Bloodiest film )
Little Pigs, Little Pigs Let Me Come In Award ( Best psychological thriller)
Trophies will be presented for best horror feature, best horror short, best actor, best actress, best Sci-Fi Short !

All semi-finalists, finalists and other award winners will receive laurels via email. We will also showcase the winners on our site to encourage film makers in sharing their success.
Okotoks Film Festival
Opens for submissions:
Sep 1, 2017
Early Bird
Oct 31, 2017
$10
$Free
Regular Deadline
Jan 31, 2018
$20
$10
Late Deadline
Mar 31, 2018
$30
$20
Final Deadline
Mar 31, 2018
$30
$20
Winners Notified:
May 4, 2018
The Okotoks Film Festival is a three day international festival to be held annually in the town of Okotoks. (located in Alberta, Canada just south of Calgary) We will be offering films in a wide variety of genres to reach a extensive audience.

The Okotoks Film Festival had its inaugural year in June 2017.

We are looking for films in ANY GENRE for our general screenings. We also have two specialized screenings with specific genre needs. These genres are Children's short films and Experimental/Horror short films.

The first two months of submission is FREE TO ALL SHORT FILM MAKERS. (Sept 1-Oct 31) Submission is always free to films from the Municipal District of Foothills No. 31.

O.F.F. also runs a 48 hour film making challenge. For more information visit our website.

Mandate: Bringing a world of culture, entertainment, and artists to Okotoks; while showcasing those already here

Festival Awards Include:
Best Picture - $1000CDN
Audience Choice - $1000CDN
Best Cinematography - certificate
Best Performance - certificate
Best Screenplay - certificate
Best Art Direction - certificate
Best Editing - certificate
Best Sound Design - certificate
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Sunset Film Festival Los Angeles
Opens for submissions:
Aug 3, 2017
Regular Deadline
Oct 31, 2017
$25
$25
$25
Late Deadline
Feb 28, 2018
$25
$25
$25
Extended Deadline
Apr 30, 2018
$25
$25
$25
Final Deadline
May 10, 2018
$25
$25
$25
Winners Notified:
May 20, 2018
With so few spots available at the bigger film festivals, independent filmmakers struggle to get noticed. After all the hard work of making a movie, there's nothing like seeing it on the big screen. Sunset Film Festival seeks hidden gems bigger fests often overlook. Sunset Film Festival programmers are looking for visionary filmmakers with fresh voices to share with an audience hungry for independent film.
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Changing Face International Film Festival
Opens for submissions:
Aug 27, 2017
Last Minute Deadline
Oct 31, 2017
$20
$18
Winners Notified:
Nov 15, 2017
Changing Face International Film Festival is an online platform for filmmakers to show and promote their short films, and screenplays. CFIFF aims to encourage diverse content from diverse creators.
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ARFF International
Opens for submissions:
Sep 12, 2017
Final Deadline
Oct 31, 2017
$35
$45
Winners Notified:
Nov 1, 2017
Around International Film Festival // Official Awards ✈
Annual Independent event with 4 live screening for all genre creations. Every month, the international community awards the creations to serve ARFF Official Laurel and to participate on yearly ceremony.
It's also possible to submit separately on ARFF Amsterdam ✈
https://filmfreeway.com/festival/ARFFAmsterdam
ARFF Paris ✈
https://filmfreeway.com/festival/ARFFParis
ARFF Barcelona ✈
https://filmfreeway.com/festival/ARFFBarcelona
Utah Film Festival and Awards
Opens for submissions:
Mar 16, 2017
Regular Deadline
Oct 31, 2017
$30
$30
Late Deadline
Nov 30, 2017
$35
$35
End of Year Deadline
Dec 31, 2017
$40
$40
Final Deadline
Jan 31, 2018
$45
$45
Winners Notified:
Apr 7, 2018
The 2018 edition of the Utah Film Festival and Awards is taking MORE films than ever before and screening them more often throughout the week to get more eyeballs on YOUR film.

The 6 day festival is juried by reporters, distribution companies, literary agents, production companies and even Oscar winners such as Gerald Molen (Schindler's list, Rain Man, Tootsie). More than 300 films from the last two seasons picked up distribution because their film or script was seen by one of our jury members.

The screenplay competition works in partnerships with ScriptFest/The Great American Pitchfest which has been connecting screenwriters with producers and literary agents for 15 years. Winners for Best Screenplay will get a pass to ScriptFest/The Great American Pitchfest 2018 worth over $300.

The awards ceremony is a special, two-hour event which will take place at the Covey Center for the Arts in Provo, Utah. Submissions for the festival are at an all time high and will remain open until January 31, 2018.
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