4 FILM FESTIVALS

Saturday, February 23, 2019 will be the international BlackMovieFest & 3rd annual regional Inland Empire Film Festival

Friday, October 11, 2019 will be the inaugural Best World Films Fair

Monday October 14, 2019 will be the 2nd annual international Indigenous People Fest

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SUBMISSION QUALIFICATION CRITERIA

 

  • Since BlackMovieFest is more of a marketing retreat than it is a film festival, Official Selections will go to films whose marketing representative promises to attend their film's total Oct. 12, 2019 BlackMovieFest screening block

  • BlackMovieFest submitted film must already be Officially Selected by some Black film festival OTHER than the BlackMovieFest

  • If prior Black film festival Official Selection has not been obtained, the film still qualifies if has had a prior screening at a http://BlackFilm.blog gathering

  • To be considered for Official Selection BlackMovieFest submissions must also list in their FilmFreeway COVER LETTER: [1] the name & date of their previous Black film festival selection, [2] the name & street mailing address of their films representative who will attend, [3] their Film's IMDb.com URL address, [4] the YouTube.com URL address of the Film's under 30 second in length Commercial and [5] a statement promising that the submitted Film will not become available to the public (online or otherwise) before its BlackMovieFest screening

BlackMovieFest RULES can be found at https://FilmFreeway.com/BlackMovieFest.

Indigenous People Fest
International Film Screenings

SUBMISSION QUALIFICATION CRITERIA

Using the famous W.E.B. DuBois identification tool, to qualify for Indigenous People Fest submission the petite motion picture must be under 31 minutes in length plus be either:

 

  • BY a film maker who works or lives on the continent where his/her culture originated

  • ABOUT indigenous people

  • Designed FOR the consumption of indigenous people

  • Shot NEAR and/or WITH indigenous people

So for instance, a short film BY a Caucasian film maker who lives and/or works in Europe would be an indigenous film.


Of course any short film ABOUT original people’s lives today or in the past (such as a work concerning African culture) is an indigenous film.


A short film designed FOR viewing by a group of indigenous people (such as a Asian political documentary) to us is an indigenous film.


A short film shot physically NEAR indigenous people (such as a movie shot in the Australian Outback) qualifies as an indigenous film.


Or for example, an American film created in cooperation WITH any of that two (2) continent’s original people would be called by us an indigenous film.

InlandEmpireFilmFestival.com

Since IEFF is a Regional Short Film Competition and Marketing Retreat, only films who have a Leader (Executive Producer, Writer, Production Director, Director of Photography, Editor or Key Cast Member) attending that currently lives or works in the Southern California USA Region called the Inland Empire or a film partially shot in that Region, qualify to submit.

Regional residency proof will be required before any film is considered by the IEFF Official Selection Committee.

Also, only COMPLETED submissions will be moved on for consideration by the IEFF Official Selection Committee.

To be considered for Official Selection IEFF submissions must also list in their FilmFreeway COVER LETTER: [1] the name & Inland Empire street mailing address of their films Leader who will attend their screening block or the Film's Inland Empire shoot location address, [2] the name & street mailing address of their films additional Leader who will attend their screening block, [3] the submitted Film's IMDb.com URL address, [4] the YouTube.com URL address of the submitted Film's under 30 second in length Commercial and [5] a statement promising that the submitted Film will not become available to the public (online or otherwise) before its IEFF screening

Inland Empire Film Festival RULES can be found at https://FilmFreeway.com/inlandempire.

Entering Hollywood ACTOR INTENSIVE Full-Time Talent Employment Residency 2/16-24/19  Let's Talk.​
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The Indigenous People Fest is just one aspect of the new Entering Hollywood ACTOR INTENSIVE Full-Time Talent Employment Residency

 

WHAT PARTICIPANTS RECEIVE:

1. First-Hand, Personal Guidance from One of Hollywood’s Most Prolific New Actors - Phillip E. Walker, MFA http://IMDb.me/PhillipEWalker

2. Guaranteed at Least One LA Area Professional Audition Invitation During Residency

3. Guaranteed at Least One Southern California Acting Job Offer During 9 Day Residency

4. Hollywood Acting Showcase in Front of Film Director / Casting Director / Talent Agent / Talent Manager

5. Entry Level Acting in LA 2016: a hands-on, new actor full-time employment workbook Download & signed CD http://EntryLevelActing.LA

6-9. Central Casting, Hollywood Casting & Film, IMDbPro &  LA Casting Registration

10. On Camera Commercial Auditioning Class

11. Professional Photo Session & Advice

12. Hollywood Actor Jobs Workshop http://HollywoodActorJobs.com

13. Hollywood Casting Studios Visit Tour

14. Employment & Auditions SoCal Local Travel Assistance/Advice During Residency

 

15. Industry Networking at Four (4) Film Festivals

​16. Discounted Motel as Low as $40.00 per night (group of 5 in a two bedroom suite)

17. Attendance at a Closing Residency Hollywood Party

18. End of Residency De-Briefing showing how to finance your staying in LA 

19. And much more

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