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I received this email from Joe Bonilla
I’m writing to you today because I believe – with your support – we can continue to make Albany a vibrant place for filmmaking. As a co-founder of the Knickerbocker Film Festival, Albany’s only citywide film festival, I am committed to continue to foster the development of emerging filmmakers and to give those who are already engaged in the art of film a place to exhibition their work to audiences here in the Capital Region.
We’re looking for short films, up to 20 minutes in length, for this year’s festival. We’ve extended the deadline to January 31, 2013, allowing more filmmakers to get their work in. Submission information can be found on our website, knickfilmfest.com.
And in the spirit of building our community, we remain committed to not charging a fee for submissions to the festival. For the filmmaker who may have two or more projects they want to send in, the more, the merrier.
The arts provide an escape for those who create to craft wonderful projects for us to enjoy and appreciate. I’m proud to be part of this festival because it adds to the arts character of our city.
If you aren’t a filmmaker, we invite you to get involved in this year’s festival – from volunteering to underwriting, there’s something for everyone. Visit knickfilmfest.com for more ways to get involved.
Co-Founder, Knickerbocker Film Festival
If you have a short film to submit and you can make it to Albany, I encourage you to do so. If you can’t make it and you would like the Brickfilms team to represent you at the festival, we would be happy to do so.
Sounds like a great contest and an awesome opportunity. I currently have no Brickfilms that would meet the criteria of a short film, but I will let you know if I have any by mid-January and submit them if it’s not too late. Thanks for sharing!
Sounds like fun. I’m on vacation until thursday so if I have a chance, I’ll look into it!
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