Re: festival responses

From: jason rosette (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Jun 03 2009 - 07:06:46 PDT


Here at CAMBOFEST, we provide feedback for all movies, accepted or not
(now in our 3rd season). We also have a special for June by the way:
2 submissions for one entry fee for "Experimental" films...during our
rural/countryside screenings, we found that Experimental/visual
abstract work often goes over well with Cambodian audiences, as long
as it's not too static.

On Wed, Jun 3, 2009 at 7:01 PM, Caryn Cline <email suppressed> wrote:
> Dear Frameworkers,
> Iím submitting my experimental films to festivals again, after a hiatus of
> several years.† When I submitted before, in the early 2000s, I always
> received a response from the festival, whether my work was accepted or
> rejected.† Now, I find that festivals that reject my work rarely contact me
> at all.
> I wonder why this is the case?† Iíve paid a fee to enter, usually, and it
> seems to me that the very least the programmers, or their interns, can do is
> to send me a form letter letting me know that my work didnít make the cut.
> It would be even better to receive a thoughtful response with some feedback
> about my work.† I realize that programmers often have a lot of entries to
> view and judge, but shouldnít a response, even a canned response, to each
> and every filmmaker, be a standard of professional courtesy?
> I know that there are curators and programmers on this list.† I will
> appreciate hearing their perspectives, as well as those of other
> filmmakers.† I would also be interested to hear about festivals that do
> respond to all applicants.
> Thank you,
> Caryn Cline
> New York City
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