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The Valley Film Festival 2012 Call for Entries
North Hollywood, CA (January 17, 2012) – The Valley Film Festival is now accepting submissions for its twelfth annual season of independent films from around the Valley and the world. The final deadline is July 15, 2012.
The festival is accepting entries from now through July 15, with a total of five submission periods. For each period, the entry fee is the same for any film, whether short or feature-length. Here is the schedule of dates and fees (US dollars) per film:
January 15 - February 11, 2012 -- pay what you can
February 12 - March 31, 2012 -- $25
April 1 - May 15, 2012 -- $50
May 16 - June 30, 2012 -- $75
July 1 - July 15, 2012 -- $100
The initial submission period (January 15 to February 11) is “pay what you can.” During this time, entrants may pay whatever they like, including nothing. If they pay little or nothing, we request that they do something additional that is of their own choosing, inexpensive, and helps promote the festival. This could include, for example, “liking” the festival on Facebook, or perhaps distributing some useful information or praise via Twitter. After this initial period, the per film entry fee then gradually increases until the final deadline in July.
The tentative festival dates are November 7-11, 2012 at a San Fernando Valley venue to be announced later this year. For further details, see http://www.ValleyFilmFest.com.
Founded in 2000, The Valley Film Festival, a project of Community Partners®, is the first and longest continually running film festival in the San Fernando Valley. With a mission to join established filmmakers and emerging talent with adventurous audiences in Los Angeles, the VFF has screened a total of over 450 shorts, features, documentaries, animated films, and music videos from all over the world. While emphasizing independent film, the festival also has occasionally shown studio productions, including Boogie Nights, Chinatown, Encino Man, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Magnolia, Terminator 2, Valley Girl, and World Trade Center.
In addition to screenings, the festival provides educational panels, social events, and awards. The juried "Ten Degrees Hotter" award is for one short and one feature from a competitive section. Additionally, there is an award for short films, in the non-competitive section, as chosen by the audience.
For more information, visit the festival website http://www.ValleyFilmFest.com
Or send an email to Info@ValleyFilmFest.com
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