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Attention, Filmmakers: Submit to NYC Web Fest Before Time Runs Out

Attention, Filmmakers: Submit to NYC Web Fest Before Time Runs Out

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Now in its second year, NYC Web Fest will take place November 13 and 14 at the Treehouse Theater on West 29th Street.

“My vision for NYC Web Fest is modeled after the Sundance Film Festival,” said NYC Web Fest founder Lauren Atkins. “I want to provide content creators with a place to screen their shows in front of an audience on a big screen. The creative community in New York is second to none, and it’s cool to see everyone come together and support each other’s projects.”

The inaugural edition of NYC Web Fest included the world premiere of “Small Miracles,” a web series starring Emmy-winner Judd Hirsch and “Orange Is the New Black Star” Kathryn Kates. Just last month, C3 Entertainment made the announcement that it has reached a worldwide licensing and distribution deal with the creators of “Small Miracles.” This year, the festival has added to its profile by bringing in “VICE” alum Alexandra Serio and Tdot TV founder Justin Edmead as judges.

To submit an application, click here.

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Max

I would just like to casually point out the $95 fee for "long form" web series is $15 more than the 2015 Official Sundance Feature submission fee.

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