Storytelling comes in many various forms. It could come in the form of spoken word, through written word, or through the art of film making. Some of the best story tellers start their journey as a director or film maker working on many independent projects before joining the ranks of George Clooney, and Darren Arronofsky.
Now industry professionals are setting up one of the best opportunities for aspiring film makers. The International Black Film Festival is a festival originally established in 2006, where aspiring industry professionals have the opportunity to showcase their work.
The International Black Film Festival of Nashville features the internationally recognized actor/director/choreographer, Debbie Allen. She also serves as a member of the prestigious Presidents Committee on the Arts and Humanities, a Board Member of the American Film Institute, and an Executive Committee member of UCLAs School of Theater, Film, and Television (IBFF).
The International Black Film Festival of Nashville
The official 2013 call for film season is open to filmmakers from around the globe. You may submit your feature (over 40 minutes in duration), documentary, short (under 40 minutes in duration) within the specified deadlines starting January 15, 2013. Films chosen as an official selection will be screened at the 2013 festival in Music City, Nashville, TN.
Submit Your Film starting January 15, 2013 for the 2013 International Black Film Festival of Nashville.
- Early Bird Deadline February 15, 2013 (Closed)
- Regular Deadline April 1, 2013
- Late Deadline May 31, 2013
- WAB Extended Deadline June 30, 2013
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