The Phoenix Film Festival will officially begin on [ February 9th ] and finish on [ February 11th, 2001 ] , and they’re accepting all film submissions up until [ December 31st, 2000 ] — you’ve still got a few days to get your entry shipped off. Phoenix accepts features and shorts from both professional and non-professional filmmakers, but with a few stipulations: all shorts must have been made on a budget of less than $50,000, and all feature-length films must have been created with a total budget of no more than $1 million.
The Phoenix Film Festival accepts films of all genres, including documentary, narrative, and experimental. The cost to submit a feature is [ $25 ] and shorts are [ $15 ] to enter, while student shorts are a very affordable [ $5 ] per entry.
For the detailed submission guidelines, as well as ticket information and Festival history, you can call [ (877) 358-1574 ] or email the Phoenix Home Office. All Festival information can be found at [ the Phoenix Film Festival site. ]
Posted on December 29, 2000 in Festivals by Film Threat Staff
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