Call For Indie Films For Tour of The South!

A fellow filmmaker forwarded this info to me and said she had a great experience touring her film with these folks. Seems like a great opportunity–they cover all expenses, provide a stipend and an honorarium, and you get your film to new audiences.

Call for New Indie Films!

Are you a filmmaker ready to screen your work in front of new audiences? If so, apply today to be a part of the  2012-2013 Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers.

Southern Circuit is the nation’s first regional tour of independent filmmakers, providing communities in a nine-state region in the South with an interactive way to experience independent film and engage with indie filmmakers. The tour utilizes an intimate context to connect audiences with filmmakers and connect with films they might not otherwise have the opportunity to see. Films, including animation, documentaries, experimental and narrative work, are submitted for consideration for the Circuit through an annual nationwide open call for submissions.

Southern Circuit is open to any filmmaker living in the United States with a valid driver’s license. Filmmakers may submit a feature-length work or a group of short films whose combined time reaches feature length – at least 45 minutes with a maximum of 120 minutes. 

Apply here! The application deadline is Wednesday February 15, 2012. Early Bird Registration ends Tuesday January 31, 2012.

For more information about Southern Circuit, visit the Southern Circuit website or contact Teresa Hollingsworth at thollingsworth@southarts.org.

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