Sunday, February 22, 2009

Native American Indian Monument Valley Film Festival: Call for Entries

Native American Indian Monument Valley Film Festival
We are headed to our 3rd great year! The Monument Valley Film Festival is the only film festival of its kind on the Navajo Nation. For the past two years, the Monument Valley Film Festival has showcased films produced, written or directed by Native Americans from across the country.

This year we are very excited to make our call for entries for this years film festival, as well as expand or call for entries to all film makers for our Native Themed Program. Also added for this years festival are awards for the films in the Native Film Makers Program! Hurry and submit your entry (or entries) for possible selection to this years festival by May 1st, 2009.

Please print and use a separate form for each entry. Please provide two screening quality DVDs (NTSC only) of the entered work(s). Each entry must be submitted with a separate entry form.

A complete and signed agreement form and film synopsis must accompany each submission.

All submissions for the Native Film Makers Program must be written by, directed by, or produced by a Native American for the Native Film Makers Program. All genres accepted.

The Native Themed Program is open to all genres of film and film makers and must be Native themed. All films in this program are ineligible for competition in the 3rd Annual Monument Valley Film Festival.

The deadline for all submissions is May 1, 2009.

There are no entry fees, all submissions are free.

All submissions will not be returned and will be retained by the Monument Valley Film Festival for its film archive.

Notice of selection to the Monument Valley Film Festival will available on or before

June 8, 2009 via e-mail or phone.

Mail all entries to:
Monument Valley Film Festival
P.O. Box 434
Kayenta, AZ 86033

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