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The story behind Haven Mitchell’s “Clothes Time” web series

There’s a story behind every interesting movie. No exception with “Clothes Time,” an animated children’s web series written and directed by Haven Mitchell. We’re pleased to have his reflections on the trailer and the valuable advice he shares.

IMTF: Haven, we’ve encountered scores of subjects in the trailers submitted to our Festival. But this is the first work featuring clothes. What inspired you to choose this topic?

HM: I’ve always been interested in animation. Most notable…Looney tunes while growing up in Oregon. I went through a lengthy divorce a while ago and found myself wondering, what are the simple things that make people happy? And I came up with the simple words…BEING APPRECIATED. I wanted to use animation and the world of “Clothes” as a metaphor for “APPRECIATION” because it will allow us to teach future generations to appreciate one another in the early stages of their lives. More

IMTF Updates

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Enter IMTF using FilmFreeway

You may enter this year’s Festival using the services of FilmFreeway.  Moviemakers pay nothing extra–just the regular Festival fee (currently $15 for students and $25 for everyone else).

The feedback we’re getting is that FilmFreeway’s customer service is terrific. That certainly has been our experience from the Festival side.

You may, of course, enter the competition using our online submission form, but we urge you to give FilmFreeway a try. Setting up your submission information with FilmFreeway will enable you to enter a wide variety of other festivals.

We do request that before submitting with FilmFreeway, you visit our contest page to make sure that you qualify. You’ll also note that to enter the competition, you will need to upload your trailer to either vimeo.com or youtube.com.

 

 

Indie News

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MobileMovieMaking magazine showcases indie shorts—made with mobiles

MobileMovieMaking.com is a new venue for exhibiting the work of indie moviemakers.  This free online magazine focuses on the art and technology of using smartphones and tablets to shoot movies.

Launched on June 1, MMM is published by IndieFilmConnect, the company that founded the International Movie Trailer Festival. The new magazine will exhibit dramas, documentaries, music videos, and works in all other genres…including trailers. The only requirement is that the cinematography be done using a mobile device. More

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