The 16th Annual Santa Barbara Film Festival has announced an extension of their submission deadline from December 15th to [ December 30th, 2000 ] . The price you pay is an extra $10 per entry, which brings the total fee to $50. But if you’re a screenplay entrant, then don’t worry — you’re spared the additional fee.
The Festival is dedicated “to providing a venue and a voice for films and filmmakers who examine the human condition.” Feature-length works and shorts are both accepted in genres ranging from documentary to animation, and international submissions are also encouraged. For more information, contact the Festival at:
Rhea Lewis-Woodson / SBIFF ^ 1216 State St., #710 ^ Santa Barbara, CA 93101 ^ [ (805) 963-0023 ]
For all Santa Barabara Film Festival news, as well as the entry form and official requirements, see the [ the Festival site. ]

Posted on December 17, 2000 in Festivals by

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