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Posted: Jan 26, 2012 CALL FOR ENTRIES: FREEZE FRAME'S YOUTH VIDEO CONTEST
Source: Freeze Frame
Entering Freeze Frame’s Youth Video Contest gives you the chance to have your video seen by theatre audiences at Freeze Frame’s International Film Festival for Kids of All Ages. As a contest finalist you could have your video screened during the Festival between March 5 & 11, 2012.
And, you’ll have the chance to win awards – cash and other great prizes – in these categories:
Most Promising Filmmaker
Best Live Action
Best Public Service Announcement
and NEW for 2012: Type of Video
We accept videos in these categories:
Live Action – Fiction
Live Action – Non-Fiction
Public Service Announcement
Length: All videos must be no longer than 7 minutes.
Language: Videos can be created in any language. For videos in a language other than French or English, we encourage you to provide subtitles in one of those two languages.
Need help? Freeze Frame has equipment, instructors and detailed how-to guides to help you make your video. We also offer introductory and advanced workshops on all aspects of film and video production.
If your video requires subtitling, we can help.
Call 949-9355 or 1-866-543-3378 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to learn more about film and video?
Freeze Frame’s International Film Festival for Kids of All Ages is for you!
A Festival for young people of any age, Freeze Frame takes place March 5-11, 2012.
At the Festival, you can…
see international films that you can’t see in local theatres
meet expert film makers from around the globe
get information on careers in film and video
take workshops on all aspects of film/video making.
Our Festival workshops on animation, script writing, camera work, sound, lighting, make-up and editing are offered all year long in schools, community centres and the Freeze Frame classroom in Winnipeg.
For more details visit http://www.freezeframeonline.org/international-film-festival/ or email email@example.com.