Telluride is the finest jewel of the festivals. Its size is limited by
the natural resources of the community, but the enthusiasm of the
audience, both professional and civilian is unlimited. If you have a
worthy film – and they only take the crème de la crème – submit it and
Telluride Film Festival (August 29 –
September 2, 2013), presented by National Film Preserve, Ltd. announces
its Call for Entries in all categories including student, short and
feature length films.
Submission period begins April 15, 2013. Film Entry Form is available for download at
and student film submissions must be received no later than 5:00 pm,
July 1, 2013. Feature film submissions must be received no later than
5:00 pm, July 15, 2013. All submissions must have been completed after
July 15, 2012 and no
works in progress will be accepted. Feature-length films (60 minutes or
longer) will only be considered if they are to have their first North
American screening at Telluride Film Festival. Final program
determinations will be made by August 1, 2013. No early
or late entries will be accepted.
and amateur filmmakers working in all aesthetic disciplines and genres
including narrative, documentary, animation and experimental are
Each year Telluride
Film Festival plays host to an average of 25 feature films and 25 shorts
and student films. Films selected to screen at Telluride Film Festival
will be shown out-of-competition. TFF is not a competitive festival.
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40th Anniversary of the Telluride Film Festival
Telluride Film Festival is celebrating its 40th Anniversary August 29 – September 2, 2013.
To commemorate this special occasion an additional day has been
added to the usual four-day Festival, making room for a five-day bounty
of special programming and festivities. Passes are now available for
About Telluride Film Festival
prestigious Telluride Film Festival ranks among the world’s best film
festivals and is an annual gathering for film industry insiders, cinema
enthusiasts, filmmakers and critics. TFF is considered a major
launching ground for the fall season’s most talked-about films.
Co-founded in 1974 by Tom Luddy, James Card, and Bill and Stella Pence,
Telluride Film Festival, presented in the beautiful mountain town of
Telluride, Colorado, is a four-day international educational
event celebrating the art of film. Telluride Film Festival’s
long-standing commitment is to join filmmakers and film connoisseurs
together to experience great cinema. The exciting schedule, kept secret
until Opening Day, consists of over two dozen filmmakers
presenting their newest works, special Guest Director programs, three
major Tributes to guest artists, special events and remarkable treasures
from the past. Telluride Film Festival is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit
educational program. Festival headquarters are
in Berkeley, CA.