From: Cari Machet (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Aug 25 2006 - 10:46:46 PDT
i just think they consider it a festival
cause it isn't lumped into one week or two
it is spead over mnths adding up to one week or two
but ur right it could be considered a series
i was wrong
On 8/25/06, Adam Trowbridge <email suppressed> wrote:
> > http://rooftopfilms.com/show_06-bestnynf.html
> I know I said I was done, but this is too much to resist.
> For this specific show, the fees were (listed on WAB):
> New York Non-Fiction
> Earlybird Deadline
> Standard Fee $8
> Regular Deadline
> Standard Fee $10
> Standard Fee $12
> WAB Extended Deadline
> Standard Fee $15
> Tickets for the event seem to be free. That's not the case for other
> events they charge for:
> For the summer series submission fees were the same.
> The deadlines for submissions for Summer Series 2006 have passed. (KEEP
> READING to find out what happens with post-deadline submissions)
> Thank you for your patience. We have received more than 2,000 films this
> year and we are still evaluating the submissions and making our final
> 2000 * $8 (min) = $16,000, minimum, probably closer to if not over $20,000
> unless there was some way many of those 2000 skirted the fee.
> A general question:
> Is a series more like a festival and that makes fees okay? It's called in
> various places a festival and screenings but something that runs from June
> through September is more like a set of regular screenings than a
> festival, no?
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.