The 25th Annual Cleveland International Film Festival will celebrate its silver anniversary proudly from [ March 15th through March 25th, 2001 ] . The Festival, which is made possible by the Cleveland Film Society, is one of the Midwest’s premiere film organizations and events.
This year’s Festival is looking for shorts and feature-length films made after January 1st, 1999. The deadline for entry is [ November 30th, 2000. ]Narrative, documentary, animated, and experimental works are all encouraged, so get your stuff together, slap a stamp on it, and send it off to:
The Cleveland Film Society ^ 2510 Market Avenue ^ Cleveland, OH 44113 ^ Attn: Selection Committee
Last year’s winners include Spanish director Jose Luis Cuerda’s “The Butterfly” and “Punks” from Patrik-Ian Polk. For all submission forms and rules, go to [ the Festival website. ]

Posted on September 12, 2000 in Festivals by

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