Boston International Film Festival

Boston International Film Festival

Type: Regular shortfilm festival
Location: Boston,
Start Month: April


Description

The Boston International Film Festival was created to celebrate the art of filmmaking and to honor the filmmakers who make it all possible. This is a festival dedicated to rewarding artists for their individual talents and for their creative expression through the medium of film. The festival strives to bring together in Boston local, national and international filmmakers by promoting the world’s most artistic and creative independent and experimental films.


Submission Requirements:

We are accepting submissions for the following programs: •Feature Narrative and Documentary (45 minutes or longer);
•Short Narrative and Documentary (Less than 45 minutes).
All genres are welcome. The festival programming staff will place your film in the appropriate category.
•DVD or Blu-Ray (NTSC) labeled with the movie title of project, Director and producer contact number and running time.
•Completed and signed “BI Film Festival” submission form.
•Entry Fee.
•Any available press materials and Media-Kit, Credit list, Lead Actors and Directors bio and Photo.

Submission Deadline: October



Fees:

The festival’s goal is to encourage and support the work of worldwide independent filmmakers and to promote their products as an art concept and as a valuable contribution to world understanding. The occasion of a 5 day festival affords a rare opportunity to promote dialogue between filmmakers and the audience in an intimate setting. The Festival Committee also hopes to provide an international cultural platform for screening feature-length, documentary, short and student works as a lasting institution.

Awards / Prizes:

The festival’s goal is to encourage and support the work of worldwide independent filmmakers and to promote their products as an art concept and as a valuable contribution to world understanding. The occasion of a 5 day festival affords a rare opportunity to promote dialogue between filmmakers and the audience in an intimate setting. The Festival Committee also hopes to provide an international cultural platform for screening feature-length, documentary, short and student works as a lasting institution.

Contact: Patrick Jerome (info@bifilmfestival.com)

Website: http://www.bostoniff.org/

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