Savannah Film Fest Animation Call for Entries

Toons wanted by festivalThe Savannah Film Festival, hosted by the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), is accepting professional and student film submissions for the 2008 festival, taking place 25 Oct. through 1 Nov. Competition categories include animation, documentary feature, documentary short, narrative feature, narrative short and student works. All entries must be postmarked by 16 June. Notification of selected entries will be completed by 15 Sept.

Paperless entries are preferred and can be submitted via Withoutabox's International Film Festival Submission System (BrigitFest) at www.withoutabox.com. A paper entry form can be downloaded as a pdf file at www.scad.edu/filmfest by clicking on the “call for entries” link.

The entry fee is $40 for professional films and can also be charged by phone at 912-525-5051. The $20 entry fee for student films is waived for SCAD alumni and entrants with a valid SCAD ID. No works in progress will be accepted, and student entrants must be enrolled in an academic institution or have completed their film while enrolled.

In addition to independent films, The Savannah Film Festival offers workshops, panel discussions and presentations of well-known visiting artists and filmmakers. In 2006, all but one of the evening gala screenings went on to be nominated for an Academy Award, and all but two of those films won the Oscar in their category.

For more information, go to the festival Web site at www.scad.edu/filmfest or call 912-525-5051.

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