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    East End Film Festival (London) wrote:
    EEFF 2010 submissions closing in one week!

    There’s still time to submit your film to one of London’s hippest festivals, so don’t delay. Our online submissions close at midnight on Friday 15th January 2010. All you need to do is to fill in our web form by that time and then send your DVD as soon as you receive your reference number from us. We accept all UK and International fictional, documentary, music, animation and experimental films of short or feature length.

    Please note all submissions need to be completed after November 2008. We will notify filmmakers of our decision after 8 February.

    For more information, address details and to see what’s in store for 2010, visit our website at: www.eastendfilmfestival.com

    The East End Film Festival showcases hot new talent and homegrown films alongside larger independent releases and special events, informing and inspiring a new generation of filmmakers and audiences from across London and beyond, and raising the profile of this vibrant and diverse area – London’s East End.


    Myself (Steve) and Anna will be checking these forums daily. So if you guys have any questions, or if you just want to be friendly and have a random chit-chat about films etc, then drop a message or email us.

    The East End Film Festival accepts all UK and International fictional, documentary, music, animation and experimental films of short or feature length.

    All submissions must have been completed after November 2008. Feature submissions must not have previously been released in the UK on any format.
    Submission to East End Film Festival is free of charge.

    Please note that all shipping and postage costs to and from the festival must be borne by the submitting party, including those for the submission package and, if the film is selected, for all prints, tapes and additional materials sent to and returned from EEFF. EEFF will not accept COD shipments and will not absorb any fees incurred in British customs.

    EEFF endeavours to complete all selection procedures by 8th February 2010 and inform submitting parties, in writing.

    EEFF is able to screen 35mm, PAL Digibeta and Beta SP (DVD on rare occasions only).

    Best of luck people!

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