Call for Entries: Media that Matters Film Festival
Posted by on October 27, 2008
Afterschool programs with media capacity — an opportunity for young people to shine!
MEDIA THAT MATTERS
Call For Entries
“The Media That Matters Film Festival…is unlike most in its insistence on community screenings through the world. The stories are humane, emotionally rich and often humorous despite the heavy subject matter.” – The Indypendent
Media That Matters
More than a film festival.
Media That Matters is the premier showcase for short films with big messages. Following a New York City Premiere, Awards Ceremony and industry networking events in June 2009, your film will take part in the Media That Matters international, multi-platform campaign with DVD distribution, broadcasts, streaming and hundreds of screenings across the globe!
Hundreds of thousands of people including educators, activists and nonprofits will watch and use your film. Submit your short film to make a real impact.
Short Films: Keep it short! Under 12 minutes is good, but under 8 is even better.
All Genres: Documentary, animation, PSA, narrative, music videos – be creative!
Social Issues: Any and all. This year we are looking for films on Media Literacy, Human Rights, Elections & Democracy, Sustainability, Sexual Identity-but all social issues are accepted. Youth produced projects are encouraged.
Cash Prize: $1,000 per film.
Submission Fee: $25 for general submissions; $10 for students over 18 (with valid student ID); free for youth 18 and under (with valid ID).
Deadline: All submission materials must be postmarked by January 9th, 2009.
Check website for more details: http://www.mediathatmattersfest.org/submit.
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