Got a short film with a big message?
Arts Engine’s annual Media That Matters Film Festival is now accepting all entries for this year’s event! Now in it’s TWELFTH season, Media That Matters™ offers you the opportunity to empower communities working towards social change. Media That Matters™ – the premier showcase for short films with big messages – connects you with hundreds of thousands of people across the globe, including educators, activists, and nonprofits. Through a multi-platform campaign combining online streaming with personalized screenings, your film can be a tool that opens hearts and minds about the collective struggle for a more socially conscious world. Join us by submitting your film now!
Short Films: Films must be twelve minutes MAXIMUM; the ideal length is around eight minutes.
All Styles: We accept documentaries, narratives, animations, music videos, public service announcements, dramas, comedies, hybrids, or a style of your own creation! Creativity is always encouraged. The only guideline is that your project must focus on a social issue.
All Issues: Any and all issues will be considered.
All Ages: All ages will be considered.
Deadline: Early Deadline- February 23, 2012
Regular Deadline: April 20, 2012
Late Deadline: May 1, 2012
*the festival will take place in the Fall of 2012
Please Note: Your film MUST be cleared for NONEXCLUSIVE home video, educational, online, broadcast and theatrical distribution.
For more details and to submit your film online, visit www.mediathatmattersfest.org/submit
Questions? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT MEDIA THAT MATTERS
Media That Matters™ is the premiere showcase for short films on the most important topics of the day. Local and global, online and in communities around the world, Media That Matters™ engages diverse audiences year-round and inspires them to take action.
ABOUT ARTS ENGINE
Arts Engine, Inc. supports, produces, and distributes independent media of consequence and promotes the use of independent media by advocates, educators and the general public.