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.
IMTF will begin to accept entries to its next festival starting October 1, 2014. We will be accepting trailers in all genres–for completed movies and for movies still in the dream stage. Entries must have a rating no higher than PG13.
On October 1, we will post the prizes and all the rules.
If you have questions before then, please write email@example.com
If you agree that great movies begin with great scripts, here’s a lead that might prove useful to you.
Professor Richard Walter, who has chaired UCLA’s graduate screenwriting program for more than 30 years, will be offering a Screenwriting Workshop this summer (6 Mondays from June 23 through July 28) that is open for enrollment to UCLA students and non-UCLA students alike. Read more
IMTF’s parent company–IndieFilmConnect–will soon launch MobileMovieMaking, an online magazine devoted to using mobile devices to shoot video. Categories will include fiction movies, documentaries, music videos, news, and more. Read more