From: Bart Weiss (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Sep 28 2010 - 12:03:38 PDT
Like Todd we here are the videofest in Dallas do what we can to make sure we get back to you, in a timely way.
Like most fests that program primarily alternative work we are way overburdened and understaffed
but as makers ourselves we know too well both sides of this.
Aise from illegible writing and bounced emails
we have a problem when people move and we are sending out
checks (yes we pay a small honorarium for everything we show )
it's sad when we get a check back in the mail and have no address to send it to.
So PLEASE when you move, pop us an email.
(finally getting a nights rest after dvf 23)
On Sep 28, 2010, at 1:52 PM, Todd Eacrett wrote:
> For a festival to solicit submissions, charge entry fees, and not
> send out some kind of notification, acceptance or rejection, is
> really unprofessional. Not to mention just bad manners and bad
> business in the long run.
> We send notifications of receipt (sometimes it takes a while...),
> then acceptance or rejection messages to everyone. We also mail
> program guides and posters to everyone in the festival, and anyone
> else who asks. We're a pretty small festival too.
> That being said, there are always cases where illegible handwriting,
> bounced emails or spam filters can make it difficult and time
> consuming to track people down.
> If anyone on Frameworks hasn't heard back from Antimatter about a
> submission, please contact me. Notifications went out over a month
> ago, and I think we've had confirmations from everyone selected, but
> mistakes do happen.
> Todd Eacrett
> Antimatter Film Festival
> 636 Yates Street, Victoria, BC, Canada V8W 1L3
> 250 385 3327 email suppressed www.antimatter.ws
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