December 4, 2003 at 7:03 pm #24631
Just got this in my e-mail. I’ll upload the attached forms later today and post a link
Here are the forms:
CIAFF Call of entries
Cham 1st Animation International Film Festival
2 – 8 April 2004
CIAFF will be held from 2nd till 8th of April 2004 in Damascus, Syria for the first time in the Middle East, an international competitive film festival organized by AraMage Artistic Productions. We would like to inform you that our Call of entries have been announced to accept films participating in the festival sections.
The Sections are:
Short films competition: short animated films less than 30 minutes completed after 1st of January 2003.
Long Feature films competition: animated films more than 60 minutes completed after 1st of January 2002.
French Cinema Tribute: Tribute the animation film industry in France.
Web Animation Section: A selective short and long animation films produced by Web tools.
Films by Children: A selective animation films directed by children.
Information Section: Animation Films out of competition produced during 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003.
Festival accepts film format on 35 mm, DVD and Betcam SP
To participate in the festival, Send your films to the selection committee with the following data:
a.. VHS (PAL System) of the film
b.. Synopsis in English
c.. Entry Form
d.. Biofilmography and a photo of the director in English
e.. 5 Color photos or a CD-Rom with photos from the film
Our festival offers 50 % discount on our Syrian Rates via Aramex under the account of AraMage, so contact Aramax office in your country to send the data via it.
Looking to have your film with us in our festival for this year. Kindly find attached with this email our regulations and entry form.
Looking to hear from you soon if you have any questions. Remaining with our best regards.
Hisham Abdel Khalek
Cham Int. Animation Film Festival Director
AraMage Artistic Production
PO Box: 35492, Damascus, Syria
Tel: +963 11 613 38 65
Fax: +963 11 611 62 41
Email: email@example.comDecember 4, 2003 at 9:43 pm #24635
Huh, seems interesting. I might enter, or not. I don’t know if my film will even be accepted, judging from the fact I will use copyrighted music.
And it is in Lego. But I might! I just Might!
EDIT: Can you please post the entry form etc. Revmen?December 5, 2003 at 12:13 am #24645
I wish I could,but I can’t convert my file into a VHS.December 5, 2003 at 3:12 am #24659
INteresting, from Syria…December 5, 2003 at 7:41 am #24669
“idiotless568” wrote: I don’t know if my film will even be accepted, judging from the fact I will use copyrighted music.
And it is in Lego.
Yes, the lego company doesn’t even let you show trademarks! (Unless you want to face a whopping fine! Crikey)[/b]December 7, 2003 at 1:10 am #24800
OK, I’ve finally uploaded the forms.
If you want to submit an entry, it should be easy enough for you to avoid using copyrighted music. There are many sources of inexpensive, royalty-free music, and we have a handful of willing composers as well.
I’m also sure that one of our members in PAL territory would be willing to help one of us poor NTSC’ers out with converting and submitting an entry tape.December 7, 2003 at 1:29 am #24804
I can do a few PAL tapes. However, being on dialup, I’m going to struggle to download hi-res files. If anyone wants to enter, PM me and we’ll see what we can work out.
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