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Orlando Hispanic Film Festival Announces 2009 Call for Entries
Now in its 3rd year, the Orlando Hispanic Film Festival has organized another year of recognizing Hispanic-affiliated independent films.
The festival is open to US and foreign films in five categories: Features, Shorts, Documentaries, Short Documentaries, and 3-D Animated Shorts. To be eligible, the film must include at least one cast or crew member of Hispanic descent or have a film with Hispanic-themed subject matter. All films submitted must be in the NTSC format, DVD-R, or VHS and meet the length duration requirements. Films submitted in Spanish are strongly recommended to have English subtitles and films in English, Spanish subtitles.
“OHFF is really taking off in the Hispanic entertainment community,” enthused James Schoepflin, Executive Director, “you can feel the excitement and buzz around the event and we’re thrilled to provide the opportunity for the Hispanic culture to be recognized and portrayed so positively.”
For further details about submitting your entry and deadline and fees, log onto the website at www.ohfilmfestival.com. To submit your entry online go to WithoutABox at https://www.withoutabox.com/
The 3rd Orlando Hispanic Film Festival is partnering with the Florida Media Market, a membership-based organization whose goal is to educate and build a platform where independent film & media makers meet with international buyers, distributors and production companies to buy, sell and network.
The Orlando Hispanic Film Festival is a competitive independent film festival and platform that recognizes Hispanic-cultured independent filmmakers from around the world. For more information contact the festival online at info@ohfi
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Production and distribution company. Producers of the 3rd Orlando Hispanic Film Festival. The mission of the Orlando Hispanic Film Festival is to give a platform and recognition to under served Hispanic filmmakers all over the world.