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April 10, 2019
Woodstock Film Festival- Call for Entries
February 14, 2019
The 20th Annual Woodstock Film Festival takes place October 2-6, 2019 and is now open for film submissions. Our early bird / discounted submission deadline is March 7th, with the regular deadline at March 9th, the late deadline is June 6th and the FilmFreeway Final deadline is June 20th.
Founded in 2000 in the famed artists colony of Woodstock, NY, the Woodstock Film Festival presents high quality films, panels, concerts and special events. More than 80 percent of the filmmakers participate, joining prominent industry members from all over the world.
Awards are being given out in many of the competitive categories, including Feature Narrative, Feature Documentary, Short, Student Short, Short Documentary, Cinematography, Editing, Ultra Indie and more.
Refreshingly far from the hustle and bustle of the Hollywood scene, the Woodstock Film Festival regularly draws celebrity guests and seamlessly integrates them with film fans. In previous years, the festival has hosted Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Jonathan Demme, Ang Lee, Mark Duplass, Richard Linklater, Mira Nair, Catherine Hardwicke, Debra Granik, Paul Rudd, Keanu Reeves, Woody Harrelson, Steve Buscemi, Melissa Leo, Ethan Hawke, Lucy Liu, Rose McGowan, Tim Robbins, Mark Ruffalo, Uma Thurman, Bill Pullman, Julie Taymor and many more.
"The Woodstock Film Festival is a haven for those who love independent and challenging cinema. The spirit of the Namesake of the festival is in the very fiber of the festival itself - freewheeling, experimental, searching and visionary.” - Julie Taymor, The Lion King, Frida, Across the Universe.
Submit your film to the Woodstock Film Festival and take part in what Ethan Hawke calls “a festival that isn't trying to sell you anything, but simply and beautifully celebrating the art & craft of filmmaking” and Paul Rudd describes as "what a film festival should be, which is really independent films and showcasing the work of filmmakers you might not know about..."
Submit via WithoutABox (bit.ly/woodstockentries) or FilmFreeway (bit.ly/entrieswoodstock) today.