The Oxford Film Festival, which takes place in Oxford, Mississippi, is accepting entries for next year’s festival in all programming categories, including music videos, documentaries and more. The festival, which typically takes place after the Sundance Film Festival, has hosted regional premieres of films like James Franco’s "The Sound and the Fury" and Chad Hartigan’s "This is Martin Bonner."
All submissions will be accepted at Film Freeway until November 15, but you can save money by submitting sooner.
The festival will be run by newly-appointed Executive Director Melanie Addington, who will work alongside Indiewire co-founder Mark Rabinowitz and Kim Voynar as head programmers. Mary Margaret Andrews, Courtney Hall, Newt Rayburn, Deborah Barker, Maggie Woodward, Michelle Emanuel and Brooke White will also make up the 2016 programming team.
The 2016 Oxford Film Festival will run from February 18-21, 2016. More details about entries and the new Executive Director and programming team can be found on their website.