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2007 Sundance Film Festival Entry Deadlines

2007 Sundance Film Festival Entry Deadlines

The 2007 Sundance Film Festival, running January 18 – 28 in Utah, has announced a call for submissions for dramatic and documentary feature-length films, and for short films. Deadlines to submit U.S. and international films for next year’s event are: August 18 (for early submissions for all films); September 1 (short films); September 11 (feature films). The Independent Film Competition is open to independently produced dramatic and documentary feature-length films; U.S. films in competition must be world premieres, have at least 50 percent U.S. financing, and have been completed in either 2005 or 2006. Dramatic features must be no less than 70 minutes, and documentary features must be no less than 50 minutes, among other criteria. American short films under 35 minutes in length compete for the Jury Prize in Short Filmmaking. International short films under 30 minutes in length are eligible for the Jury Prize in International Filmmaking. Submissions can be completed directly online and for more information, please visit the Sundance Film Festival website. [Brian Brooks]

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