The Atlanta Women's Film Festival is a live screening of short films and table read events that takes place in Atlanta, GA. This event is an amazing opportunity to promote female filmmakers, directors, writers, producers, actors, and female centered storylines to our incredibly supportive film community. There will be live screening blocks of films with Q&As with the filmmakers, table reads for the screenplays in our competition, live panels with influential women in the film industry and networking events for anyone that would like to attend.
When/Where: October 17th, 2021
Deadline: February 28th 2021 (Regular Deadline), April 30th 2021 (Spring Deadline), June 30th 2021 (Late Deadline), July 31st 2021 (Extended Late Deadline), August 31st 2021 (Final Deadline), September 6th 2021 (Notification Date)
Application Fee: $15-$70
Eligibility: You DO NOT have to be a female to submit to this festival, however, all films entered must feature a female in at least one of the following: Director, Writer, Lead Actor, Producer, Female focussed storyline.
For over ten years Lift-Off has been screening in the city of New York. It stands tall as the central hub of creative ambition. Bursting from its emergence out of the 20th Century as one of the worlds most recognizable and iconic cities. It is an undeniable powerhouse of independent art - a city of massive cultural, and business-relevance to the entire film industry.
When/Where: June 21-28, 2021, New York, NY
Deadline: February 22, 2021 (Regular Deadline), April 12, 2021 (Late Deadline), May 10, 2021 (Final Deadline), June 4, 2021 (Decision Deadline), June 15, 2021 (Notification Date), June 27-July 4, 2021 (Event Date)
Submission Fee: $30- $100
Eligibility: We accept all films and scripts in any length or genre.
Digital online submission screeners only.
Feedback is sent shortly after the commencement of the festival.Proudly, we have no other restrictions for your work. This includes your works premier status, it's age and/or whether your work has been made available online.
During one week of the year over 100,000 film-lovers gather in over 400 Cinemas across 6 Continents to view and vote on the Finalists Films' in the 23rd Annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival - MANHATTAN SHORT is more than just one of the largest short film festivals in the world....it's the World's First Global Film Festival.
When/Where: September 24 - December 4, 2021 in Durham, NC
Deadline: July 31, 2021 (Regular Deadline)
Application Fee: $30-$50
Eligibility: Short films must be under 18 minutes. Screenplays for short films only (Must be
20 pages or shorter).Featured Musical Artist Competition: MANHATTAN SHORT will be featuring a Musical Artist or Band leading up to and throughout the duration of the Festival each year. The selected Musician or Band will have his/her music featured in over four hundred venues and to over 100,000 people worldwide during the MANHATTAN SHORT intermission and in all promotional materials leading up to the festival dates, including exclusive headline billing on our website. This is a tremendous opportunity for new or unknown musical talent to have their music broadcast to our ready-made worldwide audience of eager festival attendees. It is also a unique chance to gain name recognition and immediate exposure.
Categories: Short Film, Screenplay, and Music Video
Our festival by the sea has gained a reputation for fostering a relaxed atmosphere where filmmakers and industry veterans alike gather to enjoy a jam-packed weekend of great films, parties and amusement park rides.
When/Where: September 17 - 19, 2021 in Brooklyn, NY
Deadline: March 12 (Regular Deadline), May 14 (Late Deadline), June 25 (Extended Deadline), August 6 (Notification Date)
Application Fee: $25-$45
Eligibility: Entries must be submitted via FilmFreeway's online screener option. Foreign language work must be dubbed or subtitled in English. Entry fees are non-refundable. We have no film premiere requirements or date of completion requirements. Shorts must be under 40 minutes, and Features must be over 40 minutes.
Categories: Drama Short, Comedy Short, Feature, Documentary Feature, Documentary Short, Horror, Sci-Fi, Music Video, Experimental, Animation
SEEKING ACTOR/COMEDIAN/WRITER AS CO-HOST OF LIVE-STREAMED LATE NIGHT TALK SHOW - The Tonightiest Show
A brand new Late Night Live Streamed Talk Show is seeking it’s Co-Host. The show will feature plenty of bits and comedy sketches between the two hosts, as well as interviews and sketches/games with actors, comedians, musicians, streamers, and influencers.
We are seeking a killer entertainer who has the ability to not only write hilarious bits and sketches but perform them as well. The ability to have banter with the host and provide a fun and relaxing atmosphere for all our guests will be paramount.
Having a good microphone, camera, and internet connection will be very important for the job.
The show firmly believes in inclusive casting and we highly encourage all types of performers regardless of ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to submit.
VIDEO SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS
Performers should create a fake commercial of their choosing. The commercial can be for anything! Real brands, fake brands, abstract concepts, or whatever you personally find funny. Have a blast with it! Please limit your video submission to 2 minutes maximum.
Please upload your video audition to Vimeo and include a link for viewing in your email submission. Youtube links are also acceptable, but Vimeo is strongly preferred. Please DO NOT share via WeTransfer, Google Drive, Dropbox, iCloud or other file sharing platforms.
Email submissions should be sent to email@example.com and should include the video link and separate attachments of your headshot and resume. Subject line for emails of submissions should read as follows: FULL PERFORMER NAME/COHOST SUBMISSION
For more OnScreen opportunities, visit Backstage.com; ActorsAccess.com; or Playbill.com.
The Industry (LA's Experimental Opera Company) Seeks Production Director
Founded in 2010 by director Yuval Sharon, The Industry creates innovative productions that
expand the traditional definition of opera. By merging media and through interdisciplinary
collaborations, we produce works that inspire new audiences for the art form. We keep a small
core staff to let the specificity of each production determine creative, production, and
administrative hires. In our landmark 10th year, we are evolving and growing. This spring we begin our next chapter with a new vision for artistic leadership: an Artistic Director Collective. The
Production Director will support the entire Collective and is essential to the success of this new
The Production Director leads the production team and oversees all The Industry’s productions,
special events, and any other events that require production support (one large-scale production
and up to three smaller events each year). The Industry seeks candidates who have varied
interdisciplinary and collaborative performance production experience (live music production is a
plus). We are interested in candidates who understand the challenges and benefits of working in a highly experimental and risk-taking environment. The ideal candidate will be comfortable working collaboratively and transparently with a small staff. They will appreciate the iterative and
The Sloan Distribution Grant is a $50,000 grant awarded by Film Independent to a film that is entering its distribution phase. Eligible films must depict themes, stories and characters grounded in real science, technology or economics.
Application Fee: $65
Applicants must be the producer of a narrative fiction feature film.
The film should prominently feature science, mathematics and/or technology in the story and/or have a leading character that is a scientist, engineer or mathematician.
Films with innovative marketing and distribution plans are encouraged to apply.
All submitted films must be at least 70 minutes in length.
Applicants must be legal residents of the United States.
Panavision believes in helping students and beginning filmmakers achieve their dreams. More than 25 years ago, Panavision launched the New Filmmaker Program, an ongoing grant program that loans camera packages to film schools, training programs, and independent filmmakers – at little or no charge. Panavision’s commitment to the industry's future provides student and beginning filmmakers the opportunity to work with professional grade equipment early in their careers.
Application Fee: Free
Submit your proposals at least two months before you plan to shoot. Due to the high demand for Panavision cameras and equipment, it is essential that you plan ahead and contact us early.
Proposal materials will not be returned.
The New Filmmaker Program does not discriminate as to the nature of the project that can receive equipment grants. Any form, from experimental to documentary to musical to traditional narrative, is welcome.
Camera grants are available only for productions in the United States. Customs laws make transportation of cameras out of the US prohibitive. No exceptions.
The New Filmmaker Program will not allow cameras to be used on projects that perpetuate racial or sexual stereotypes and prejudices. Pornography is absolutely unacceptable.
Grant recipients must obtain insurance must from an outside insurance agent. Students can generally have the school issue the necessary policies. Plan ahead! This can take several weeks to implement. The process varies from school to school, so check with your film department. Productions that are not attached to a school must obtain the necessary insurance from an independent broker. Panavision must receive proof of insurance two weeks prior to prep dates. EQUIPMENT WILL NOT LEAVE THE BUILDING WITHOUT PROPER INSURANCE. NO EXCEPTIONS!
Approved proposals are subject to a service fee for equipment.
Anamorphic lenses are not available via the New Filmmaker Program
Catapult Film Fund provides development funding to documentary filmmakers who have a compelling story to tell, have secured access to their story, and are ready to shoot and edit a piece for production fundraising purposes. Our mission is to enable filmmakers to develop their films to the next level at a moment where funding is hard to find.
Application Fee: Free
Applicants must be 18 years of age or older. Catapult does not fund student films.
Documentaries must be 28 minutes or longer in length. We do not fund series.
Animation is okay. Documentary/narrative hybrids will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Development funds must specifically be used for the process of completing a fundraising piece, which may include writing, shooting and editing once story and characters are in place.
Applicants must own the copyright of their production, and have artistic, budgetary and editorial control over their project.
Applicants should preferably have previous film or television production experience in a principal role (director, co-director, producer, co-producer) as demonstrated by submitting a previously completed work sample.
Applicants who have not yet produced or directed their own feature length documentary should demonstrate that they will be working with an experienced filmmaker in a principal role.
Catapult only makes grants to 501(c)(3) organizations. In most cases, this will mean getting a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor for the project. A film production company or individual, including applicants from outside the US, may submit an application without a fiscal sponsor in place. Please see the FAQ section for more details.
The Joseph A. Fiore Art Center at Rolling Acres Farm is a program of Maine Farmland Trust (MFT) that actively connects the creative worlds of farming, conservation and the arts.
The purpose of the Fiore Art Center is to stimulate and advance the dialogue between human and environment within the context of agriculture and today’s culture at large. We hope to instill passion for preservation through the arts, create awareness and build community.
We do this through exhibitions and public educational events, through research and application of ecologically sustainable farming practices and by hosting residencies for artists on a historic farm.
Application Fee: $15 if not from Maine
Eligibility: All residency positions are open to emerging, mid-career and established artists/writers.
18th Street Arts Center values art making as an essential component of a vibrant, just, and healthy society. Its mission is “to provoke public dialogue through contemporary art making.” Founded in 1988, 18th Street Arts Center has fostered and supported the work of many of Los Angeles’ most engaging artists, and has built bridges to artist communities around the globe.
Application Fee: Yes
Eligibility: The Visiting Artist Residency Program accepts applications from working, professional artists who demonstrate a deep commitment to their practices. The program is open to artists of all generations, nationalities, and disciplines. Applicants are required to cover studio rental costs themselves. Although we primarily support visual artists, 18th Street Arts Center will consider applications from performing artists, writers, and filmmakers as well.