5th Annual Reel Venus Film Festival
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Reel Venus Film Festival is now accepting submissions for its 5th annual showcase which will feature the best work by emerging and established women directors/photographers/multimedia producers.
Reel Venus Film Festival is a three-day event, which was created and launched in 2003 to showcase an eclectic body of current alternative and mainstream and established women directors, video and multimedia artists from the U.S. and abroad. The work should push traditional boundaries in storytelling methods that inspire, entertain, excite, inform and provoke its audiences with challenging topics, themes and images.
Multimedia pieces which incorporate and combine film/video
with still photography as dominant visual narrative thread
(must not exceed 15 minutes)
PSA’s and Trailers not accepted
All genres, themes and topics considered for inclusion: Narrative, Documentary, Experimental and Animation
Work must be current and have been completed after July 2007 International and Student entries are highly encouraged
All work must have been CONCEIVED/DIRECTED/PHOTOGRAPHED by a WOMAN Director/Photographer/Multimedia Producer
Reel Venus Film Festival was conceived and launched in July 2003 and is curated by aspiring local filmmaker, Melissa Fowler. The festival’s main objective is to celebrate the art of short filmmaking by showcasing contemporary works, 30 minutes or less in length, which have been conceived, directed and written by women filmmakers and video artists. All genres, topics and themes are considered for inclusion in the festival. Criteria for final selection are based on: compelling, up to date subject matter, originality in storytelling, overall production quality and level of sophistication in use of media and technology. Most importantly, the showcase aims to promote and expose an eclectic body of work and topics to untapped audiences who may not otherwise have an opportunity to view these films in typical Cineplex settings.