Saturday, February 8, 2014

International Human Rights Film Festival Launches Call for Entries for its 4th Edition

Bamenda Human Rights Film and Arts Festival [Fulai-Nabeng Festival], # 4 Open Call for Film Entries Deadline 30th May 2014 A Common Future and the Bamenda Human Rights Film and Arts Festival will be organizing the 4th edition of International human rights film and arts Festival - showcasing films from Cameroon and abroad. After a highly successful 3rd edition last July 2013, we are now accepting film entries to be considered for official programming of the festival of the 2014 edition. The call for entries are for: - Documentaries, preferably short - Feature Films - Short Films - Animation All the films should be translated or subtitled in English. Filmmakers should send their films as soon as possible together with; entry form, stills of film and director’s photograph, bio and filmography attached and send to acommonfuture1@yahoo.com or colbertgwain@yahoo.fr To make sure your films arrive safely and faster by post, we decided that you send us DVD and other materials of your film to Mankon-Bamenda. Please send your films to: Gwain Colbert PO BOX 747 Mankon-Bamenda Mezam Division North West Region Cameroon With a note: No value, for cultural purpose only. The 4th edition of the festival will take place in Bamenda from July 15-22, 2014 and it will be held at community halls and colleges in the municipality. We would kindly ask you to fill in the Entry Form and send it to us by May 30th on post marker along with a DVD other materials of your film. We are waiting for your films to Roll to our Festival! Gwain Colbert Fulai Co-Founder A Common Future www.freetocharities.org.uk/acf www.acommonfuture3.blogspot.com Please forward this email to anyone who may be interested FILM SUBMISSION FORM Please fill out the submission information below and send it to acommonfuture1@yahoo.com or mr_bamenda@yahoo.com. You will receive a confirmation email once your submission has been received. Before submitting your video/Film submissions please take time to thoroughly read our website and blog for a better understanding of what is called a human rights film and also that you agree to our guidelines. Please note: an asterisk (*) indicates a required field Submitting your video(s) means that you agree to the Bamenda Human Rights Film and Arts Festival Rules and Regulations. Original Title: * English Title: * Country: * Year of Production: Running Time: * Colour (Black &White or Coloured): * Black & White Coloured Format (e.g. DV-CAM, Online, etc): * Sound: Type of film: Original Language: * Synopsis* (Limited to 150 words maximum): * Subtitles (English or state other): State human rights theme: Festival History (50 words maximum): (Please give details) Awards: (Please give details) Premiere & Where: First Public screening: Trailer URL: Director/Producer Title: * Full Name: * Company & Address: (Please give details) City: * Phone: * Email: * Website: Biography: (Please give details

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