JSF Call for Submissions

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Date: Wed Mar 26 2008 - 10:18:21 PDT

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for Volume 12; Steven Bognar Joins as JSF Guest

The Journal of Short Film invites you to submit your short film for
consideration in Volume 12 (Summer 2008). The deadline is fast
approaching (May 6th). The JSF—a DVD quarterly published since 2005—
has an open and free submissions process. See www.theJSF.org for

Steven Bognar will join the JSF as a guest editor for this volume.
Steven is perhaps best known for making the epic feature documentary A
Lion in the House with Julia Reichert in 2006. He is also a teacher,
producer, and Sundance regular. His most recent short film was
Gravel. Past guest editors with the Journal have included Sam Green
and Deborah Stratman.

The Journal continues to be a leading advocate for short film. It has
published 110+ filmmakers from 10 countries. The volumes continue to
be diverse collections that include every kind of short film:
narrative, documentary, experimental, animated, 3-D, and the

For more details, press, rhetoric, film descriptions, and the official
blog, visit www.theJSF.org.

Send submissions to: The Journal of Short Film, PO Box 8217,
Columbus, OH 43201

As always, the JSF is available for subscription or purchase at www.theJSF.org
  and www.Amazon.com.

Contact: Karl Mechem, publisher, The Journal of Short Film,

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