Gen Con Film Festival – Indianapolis, IN

Gen Con Film Festival – Indianapolis, IN

Type: Regular shortfilm festival
Location: Seattle, Washington
Start Month: August


Description

Gen Con is the original, longest-running, best-attended, gaming convention in the world!

Featuring hundreds of game companies, award-winning authors and artists, costumed attendees, more than 15,000 events, a Family Fun Pavilion, and the debut of exciting new games, Gen Con truly is The Best Four Days in Gaming™! The biggest complaint we hear is that there is simply too much to do, see, and experience. Get lost in a phantasm of art exhibits. Stare at jaw-dropping costumes, or better yet, wear one of your own. Meet the movers and the shakers in the gaming industry. Check out the newest games and get a sneak peek at the latest editions.


Submission Requirements:

Gaming, sci-fi, fantasy or horror related.

Films deemed obscene or defamatory will be disqualified

An original work. The filmmaker is responsible for obtaining any necessary permissions for use of trademarks, copyrights or any other properties (including, but not limited to logos, images, characters or music) in his or her film.

The film being submitted is in its completed and final form and will not be changed between now and the time it is shown at the Gen Con Film Festival. Please include at least three (3) production stills for use in promotion and publicity. If you submit these as digital images, please make sure they are 300dpi.

No submissions will be returned.

Please send a copy of your film, and not the original.

Submission Deadline: March



Fees:

The Awards
Best Feature Film – Legend Of The Lich Lord (Canada)
Best Series – Ren: The Girl with the Mark (UK)
Best Short – Love, Work & Other Demons (USA)

Best Horror Film – The Snarling (UK)
Best Gamer Film – Total Awesome Viking Power (USA)
Best Animated Film – Built to Serve (USA)
Best Fantasy Film – Dungeon Bros (USA)
Best Sci-Fi Film – This Giant papier Mache Boulder is Actually Really Heavy (New Zealand)
Best Documentary – OUTATIME: Saving the DeLorean Time Machine (USA)
Best Comedy – Non-Stop to Comic-Con (USA)
Best Fan Film – Frankenstein’s Light (USA)

Awards / Prizes:

The Awards
Best Feature Film – Legend Of The Lich Lord (Canada)
Best Series – Ren: The Girl with the Mark (UK)
Best Short – Love, Work & Other Demons (USA)

Best Horror Film – The Snarling (UK)
Best Gamer Film – Total Awesome Viking Power (USA)
Best Animated Film – Built to Serve (USA)
Best Fantasy Film – Dungeon Bros (USA)
Best Sci-Fi Film – This Giant papier Mache Boulder is Actually Really Heavy (New Zealand)
Best Documentary – OUTATIME: Saving the DeLorean Time Machine (USA)
Best Comedy – Non-Stop to Comic-Con (USA)
Best Fan Film – Frankenstein’s Light (USA)

Contact: Charles Budreau (customerservice@gencon.com)

Website: http://www.gencon.com/

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