Drama Film Category Description

Drama Film Category

This category is reserved for films with real-life stories, people and situations of a more serious nature. Films that have strong acting and great writing. Films that bring out emotions in the audience are what the judges[...]

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Mockumentary Film Category Description

Houston Comedy Film Festival Submissions on FilmFreeway

Mockumentary Film Category Description

This category is reserved for comedy films that are presented in a documentary or testimonial format. This is a fun category for our judges to[...]

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Comedy Film: Submission Category Description

Austin Comedy Short Film Festival On FilmFreeway

Comedy Film: Submission Category Description

This category is reserved for films that make people laugh. The judges are looking for films that have funny moments, comedic situations,[...]

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Animated Comedy Film Category Description

Austin Comedy Short Film Festival On FilmFreeway

Animated Comedy Film Category Description

This category is reserved for funny cartoons, 2D animation, 3D animation, clay animation, sand animation, Anime, Computer Graphics, Puppetry[...]

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Animated Film Category Description

Animated Film Category Description

This category is reserved for cartoons, 2D animation, 3D animation, clay animation, sand animation, Anime, Computer Graphics, Puppetry Animation, Stop-Motion, Flip Book Animation, Experimental Animation and any[...]

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Action Film Category Description

Action Film Category Description

This category is reserved for films with intense action, fighting, chase scenes, driving sequences, acrobatics, gun fights, martial arts, or some element that fuels the audience with adrenaline. The judges are[...]

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Film Festival Submission Tips #9: A Website Is A Central Hub For Your Submission

Does Anyone Care About Film Websites Any More?

I was having a conversation with a friend and filmmaker in the Middle East recently. He has been a writer, director and producer in the film industry for at least 10 years. He has been associated[...]

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Film Festival Submission Tips #7: Does Your Film Have A Trailer?

 

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Five Reasons Why Your Film Should Have A Trailer

In my experience a Film Festival Director for 10+ years, I strongly recommend that you create a trailer for any film, music video[...]

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Film Festival Submission Tips #10: The Final Cut vs. The Festival Cut. Do You Know The Difference?

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For Festival Programmers, Every Second Counts

Most of our Film Festival Events feature 2-3 hour blocks of short films that are 1-30 minutes in length. Sometimes we screen anywhere from 20-40 films[...]

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Film Festival Submission Tips #6: Have You Created A Poster For Your Submission?

 

Film Posters Are Still Relevant

Traditionally, every film released in theaters is represented by printed materials which may include an 11×17 or 18×24 poster. They are standard marketing tools that sometimes become collectable items. Have[...]

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