African American ShortsFest
CALL FOR SHORT FILMS & ANIMATION
5th African American Shortsfest
ENTRY DEADLINE: DECEMBER 18, 2011
Download our entry form
We are accepting submissions for our 5th collaboration with the American Cinematheque
in a celebration of African American directors & animators.
- Films must have been completed no earlier than February 1st, 2010
- Films can be 30 minutes or less
- All genres are accepting, including music video, web series and experimental/art films
Online screeners are accepted via email. Send your link to your vimeo or youtube page, with your password.
Submit Old School
DVD screeners are accepted via snail mail. NTSC only please.
Our Entry Fee is $15.00 US Dollars for all categories and genres.
You may pay entry fee w/ check mailed with your DVD submission via snail mail.
Please use the online form here for secure credit card payments on our PayPal site. Major credit cards are accepted, and you DO NOT need to have a PayPal account.
Please include printout of your the payment confirmation with your snail mail submission, or attach to your email digital submission/link.
Download our entry form!
From our server: 2012 HOLLYWOOD SHORTS African American ShortsFest – Entry Form
Having trouble downloading this pdf? Send an email request for submission form
We are now accepting entries for our annual festival at the American Cinematheque. FINAL DEADLINE is December 18th.
Check out this year’s honored filmmakers celebrated this month at our 4th African American ShortsFest at the American Cinematheque. (Pictured: Ya’Ke Smith, KATRINA’S SON)
Rashaad Ernesto Green crosses the bridge from shorts to his feature film debut of GUN HILL ROAD at Sundance 2011.
Congratulations to this year’s picks for this February’s fest! Check ’em out…
Join us on Sunday, October 10 as we open our 13th year showcasing outstanding achievement in short film & animation.
2nd Annual AFRICAN AMERICAN FILMMAKERS SHOWCASE at the AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE, featuring outstanding short films by a new generation of filmmakers changing the landscape of American Cinema.