Early Bird Submissions Are Open!

Monday, March 15, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Flagstaff Film Festival Accepts Early Bird Submissions
The Flagstaff Film Festival will celebrate its inaugural year with a summer film festival. Early-bird submissions are being accepted on the festival's Web site [ flagstafffilmfestival.org ] for student films, feature films, short films, webisode pilots, and screen plays.

Flagstaff, Arizona – July, 2010
Festival Director Meg Askey announced this week that special "Early Bird" pricing will be in effect through the end of March. Prices are as follows:

Students ... $15 with valid student ID
Feature Films ... $30
Short Films ... $20
Webisode Pilots ... $20
Screenplays ... $40

FFF 2010 | Be There From The Beginning
Our first exhibition will include 10 - 15 separate film programs which will be categorized thematically. Specific exhibition dates will be announced soon.

Please visit our website [click here] for further information and to submit.

About the Flagstaff Film Festival
The brand-new Flagstaff Film Festival was established in 2010 by Meg Askey (BA Media Arts, University of Arizona) in January 2010. The Flagstaff Film Festival is produced by a small group of media professionals who have donated their time to help establish this summer media extravaganza. We will be exhibiting 10 - 15 diverse film programs that will include new as well as historic films.

Submissions are being accepted through our Web site. We will accept submissions through mid-June at which time we will view and categorize the films into themed programs.

We are also interested in showing films to local audiences that reflect Flagstaff's rich history. To achieve that goal, our team has reached beyond traditional film and media contacts to include a diverse cross-section of contributors from such diverse organizations as The University of Arizona, Northern Arizona University, NAU College of Arts & Letters, NAU School of Communication, NAU Cline Library, The Museum of Northern Arizona, The Hopi Cultural Center, and many more. These valued collaborators will help us plan special programs that will reflect local societies and culture.

Contact Info
Meg D. Askey

Festival Director

PO Box 41842
Tucson, AZ 85717
Phone: 520.343.5156
Email: meg@flagstafffilmfestival.org

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