Imaginarium 2017’s Film Festival!
The Imaginarium Convention’s Film Festival showcases an array of short films, feature films, documentaries and music videos of all genres. Projects accepted into the film festival are evaluated by our jury for an array of awards that include several focusing on the storytelling/screenwriting components. As a convention that celebrates the art and craft of storytelling, we strive to present a diverse range of quality independent projects in the festival, while giving additional spotlighting to the screenplays and screenwriting aspects of filmmaking.
Call for entries for Imaginarium 2017’s Film Festival! This year we have added new ways to submit your film using FilmFreeway. You can use the link below to submit your film to the show!
(1) All works must be submitted as an online screener.
(2) All Non-English films MUST have English subtitles.
(3) You may submit more than one film. Each film must be submitted separately with your form and appropriate fee.
(4) If you are under the age of 18 a legal guardian must submit for you.
(5)All features and short films must be submitted as either genre or non-genre. Genre is defined as “a work that draws significantly on one or more popular traditions–such as fantasy, science-fiction, horror, romance, mystery, or noir–in order to engage audience expectations.”
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Imaginarium Convention is hereby granted the right to utilize an excerpt from any film submitted and accepted for exhibition at the Festival for promotional purposes.
The individual or corporation submitting the film hereby warrants that it is authorized to commit the film for screening, and understands and accepts these requirements and regulations.
The undersigned shall indemnify and hold harmless Imaginarium Convention from and against any and all claims, liabilities, losses, damages, and expenses (including but not limited to attorney’s fees, and costs of the court) which may be incurred by reason of any claim involving copyright, trademark, credits, publicity, screening, and loss of or damage to the screening videos entered.