May 4, 2012
-- Film and television director Christopher Coppola and Project Accessible Hollywood announce the official Call for Entries to the microPAH:Saugatuck 2012 in association with the highly regarded Water Front Film Festival . Deadline for entries has been set for June 13. Use your video enabled cell phone to create a ONE SHOT FLICK, 60 seconds or less, no editing or pausing, all in camera. The topic is “what is beauty” and the setting is Saugatuck, MI. There will be an on-site as well as an on-line winner so if you have an idea no matter where you are in the world, PAH-Fest wants to see it, and soon. It’s simple: “think it, shoot it, share it.”
PAH-FEST is a digital media festival, traveling to cities throughout the US and internationally. PAH FEST encourages visual storytelling, fosters civic engagement, and promotes the production of fictional and documentary videos, which will be shared and enjoyed globally. PAH-FEST is a ground-breaking digital media Festival that celebrates the stories and voices of everyday people. Finished pieces are posted on the PAH-FEST online theater, where celebrity judges and the public choose the winning entries. The winners are screened for the local population in a closing ceremony, and cash prizes awarded. PAH-FEST’s goal is to use the democratizing power of the digital media revolution and the internet to connect people from all walks of life. Visual storytelling is the new universal language, particularly among today’s youth. PAH-FEST offers participants the opportunity to discover the “artist within us all,” and to provide entertaining, quality content to the general public.
For more information on PAH-FEST and to review past festivals, please visit www.pahnationfest.org