Re: LONDON FILM FESTIVAL 2007, Call for Entries

From: Owen Land (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Jun 02 2007 - 13:23:02 PDT

I'd like to screen Dialogues there--IF it's ready at that time--it's in
post-production now. You know quite a bit about Dialogues. Do tyou
think it would be advisable to screen it there? I'm still planning to
have the world premiere in Vienna.
On Apr 23, 2007, at 7:34 AM, Mark Webber wrote:

> 17 October - 1 November 2007
> The London Film Festival is committed to incorporate a strong presence
> for
> avant-garde and artists' film & video in its programme. For several
> years,
> we have presented a concentrated selection of artists' work, with many
> of
> the makers attending screenings. This year's "avant-garde weekend"
> will take
> place on 26-28 October 2007.
> I am very be interested to hear about any works completed in the last
> two
> years or currently in progress. If you are a film or video maker,
> please
> send tapes of recent works for preview and consideration. If no
> previews are
> available then send details of the project. Please note that works
> will be
> shown in theatrical screenings. The festival is unable to present
> installations or gallery-based work.
> Official regulations require that works will receive their UK
> theatrical
> premiere in the Festival. Prior theatrical, UK Festivals, UK television
> screenings, UK dvd / video releases or internet transmission films from
> entry. To be eligible for screening in the festival, works must have
> been
> made within the last two years, or be archival restorations that have
> not
> yet shown in the UK.
> Further information on eligibility and regulations are on the LFF
> website :-
> Preview materials can be sent to the Festival office (clearly labelled
> for
> the attention of Mark Webber), or preferably sent directly to me.
> Please
> contact me for addresses, or if you would like additional information.
> Unsolicited submissions are welcomed and there are no application
> forms to
> complete.
> Details of the 2006 programme can be found at :-
> With best wishes,
> Mark Webber
> Programme Advisor, The Times BFI 51st London Film Festival
> __________________________________________________________________
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.

For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.