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Films have power. They create conversation. They reveal truths. They inspire. But for far too long, Hollywood has told only half the story: what is missing are the stories of women as change agents and heroes in their own right. For the fourth year, Barnard College, the most sought-after women’s college in the nation, will celebrate women’s leadership both on and off-screen at the Athena Film Festival, scheduled to take place from February 6-9, 2014. The Festival aims to expand the definition of what it means to be a female leader, highlighting the many ways that women can and do make a difference. The weekend program exhibits a wide range of cinema including Academy Award-nominated films, top tier features, documentaries, and shorts. The Festival’s audiences are invited to engage in conversations with directors, writers, and producers that challenge convention and examine leadership with a new lens. Submissions are now open for the Athena Film Festival. They will be accepted until September 15. We are looking for documentaries, features and shorts that: * Reveal the diverse narratives of women leaders from all walks of life—narratives of ambition, courage, strength and resilience. * Showcase women leaders who help us interpret the reality of the modern world—captivating stories of truth, determination, innovation and vision. * Highlight the talents of emerging artists — capturing a new generation’s take on what truly makes exemplary women leaders. Important Information To Keep in Mind: * All films must feature a female in a leadership position at the center of the story. * Films may be directed by a person or people of any gender. ***** Films that are directed by women but do not focus on female leadership will not be considered.* **** If you are interested in submitting your film to the Athena Film Festival, please submit the following information to athenafilmfestival@ gmail.com * A brief synopsis of the film and any relevant links (especially trailers) * Type of film: documentary, feature, or short. * Running time, country of origin and language of film. * Year the film was made. * Type and date of release (if applicable) * Names of film festivals or other venues your film has been shown (if applicable) * Contact information: Name, email, address, phone number and Skype. * Rights Holder Information: Name, email, address, phone number and Skype. (if it is different from the contact information) If your film falls into the festival criteria and we would like to watch your film for potential inclusion in the festival, you will be contacted. Please do not contact us. Submissions need to be on DVD (in NTSC format) or available online (with no password expiration date.) Submission deadline: September 15, 2013 For all questions contact: athenafilmfestival@ gmail.com
We Care Film Fest is an annual international travelling festival of documentary films on disability issues. It is organized by Brotherhood in association with the United Nations Information Centre for India and Bhutan (UNIC), the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the National Trust, the Asian Academy of Film and Television (AAFT), Rapiscan System and the Global Rainbow Foundation, Mauritius. This unique Festival began in 2003 and is now in its eleventh year. The Festival is an advocacy tool that seeks to bring about attitudinal and behavioral changes on approaches to disability, promote the inclusion of people with disabilities, and rid people of misconceptions, myths and prejudices surrounding disability issues. The Festival seeks to promote the rights of persons with disabilities as set out in the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD) which came into force on 3 May 2008, as also the Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995 (‘PWD Act’) and the National Trust Act, 1999. The Festival’s uniqueness lies in the fact that it is a 1. Travelling film festival: Screenings will be organized at 25 venues including educational institutions, universities and hospitals across India and other countries including Paris, Mauritius, Dubai and Doha. The next edition of the festival will begin in August 2013 and conclude in May 2014. We are expecting approximately 10,000 audience will watch and rate each and every film/documentary. 2. Involves a Participatory Rating Process (PRP) wherein the audience rates each film. An independent jury then judges the films on the basis of these ratings. This process provides a unique opportunity to students to develop their understanding and perspectives relating to disability issues, and also contributes to the process of participatory rating. Entries of documentary films are invited for 11th edition of We Care Film festival 2014 from anywhere from the world on the issues of disability. For any query you can contact at email@example.com.
Call For Entries! 2nd Kolkata Shorts International Film Festival-13 Submission Open: Short Films | Documentaries | Animations | Music Videos | Production Companies Awards Regular Entry Deadline: 31 July 2013 Festival Date: 24 August 2013, Kolkata To submit your movie kindly visit festival website: http://miniboxoffice.com/kolkatashortsinternationalfilmfestival Team Miniboxoffice Kolkata Shorts International Film Festival-13 firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0120-4129059 | +91 9582320467 www.miniboxoffice.com
PSBT invites proposals for SHORT documentary films of up to 10 min. each, exploring 1. Feminism 2. Gender 3. Sexuality We hope to commission between 3 and 5 films under each of the three themes. We encourage you to submit innovative and imaginative proposals that engage with these subjects powerfully. The films could be analytical, observational, narratives, animation, self-reflective, social commentaries, quirky, satirical, intense, humouros and more. We seek articulations on personal and larger experiences with feminism, gender and sexuality, either singly or as overlapping realities. Filmmakers will be granted up to a maximum of Rs One Lakh for the film and provided between 2 and 3 months for completing the Film. Each applicant can submit only ONE proposal. Filmmakers will need to submit mixed and unmixed masters of the Film on DVCAM Tapes. The last date for submitting proposals is 15 June 2013. In case of queries, write to us at email@example.com with FGS in the subject line. CALL FOR PROPOSALS PSBT-PD FILM FELLOWSHIPS 2013 This Call for Proposals is now closed. We thank everyone who has submitted a proposal to us. The Proposals are currently being processed. We will know more around the end of June 2013. While we usually consider and process proposals under specific projects, we are always open to exceptional ideas. Should you wish to propose a film to us, please submit your proposal, by filling and submitting the Form below. In case you have any queries, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org