Monday, May 11, 2009


Big Sky Documentary Film Festival
Announces Call For Entries


May 11, 2009

Missoula, Montana - The Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, the premier venue for nonfiction film in the American West, is seeking submissions for its seventh annual event. From February 12-21, 2010 the festival will screen 100 films, including world and U.S. premieres, classics, rare and experimental works on Montana’s largest screen at the historic Wilma Theater in downtown Missoula, Montana. In addition to ten days of screenings, the event will feature many public and VIP events including panel discussions, galas, receptions and networking round-tables.

The competitive event is open to non-fiction films and videos of all genres, subject matter, lengths and production dates. Awards and cash prizes will be given for Best Documentary Feature (over 50 minutes), Best Documentary Short (15-50 minutes), Best Mini-Doc (under 15
minutes) and best documentary about the American West (the “Big Sky Award”).

DVD (NTSC/PAL), VHS (NTSC/PAL), DVCAM (NTSC/PAL), HDV (NTSC), and miniDV (NTSC/PAL) accepted for preview.

Enter via Withoutabox.com Here

Download entry form in pdf format Here

If you would like an entry form emailed to you in pdf format, send a request Send Email


For more information visit bigskyfilmfest.org

1 comment:

anutasha said...

Jeevika: Asia Livelihood Documentary Film Competition and Festival brings together films on the issue of livelihood and showcases them to raise mass awareness.
Jeevika 2009, the competition is open to all professional filmmakers and students, who are citizens of any nations provided the documentary focuses on the livelihood of the individuals & communities of the following Asian nations: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Brunei, Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand¸ Vietnam, People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, Mongolia, North Korea, South Korea and Taiwan.
Jeevika started in 2003 with India focus, in 2005 it expanded to South Asia, and in 2009 it has become an Asia Livelihood Documentary Competition and Festival.

COMPETITION entry deadline: 15 June 2009

Jeevika 2009 APPLICATION & GUIDELINES visit at www.jeevika.org

PRIZE: 2 lakh INR/4,000 US$, certificates
Awards for three best films, student category and special jury
Advocacy Grant to one of the shortlisted film

FESTIVAL: 28-30 August 2009, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
ORGANISERS: Centre for Civil Society (CCS)

CONTACT:
Manoj Mathew, Associate Director - Programs, Centre for Civil Society
K-36 Hauz Khas Enclave, New Delhi-110016, India
Tel: +91 11 2653 7456 Mobile: +91 98 9930 7456 (10-19hrs)
Email: jeevika@ccs.in
http://www.jeevika.org