Fort Lauderdale, FL, October 01, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The launch of the 2nd annual international short film and video competition for independent filmmakers has been announced by The Indie Short Film Competition. The competition is sponsored by Sony Creative Software, Write Brothers, FrameForge 3D Studio, JellyPie Software, Media Servies, MovieMaker Magazine, Partners In Rhyme, Blackmagic Design, TwistedTracks.com, BoilerPlate, Post Magazine, SmartSound and United One Productions.
The Indie Short Film Competition is the most innovative international short film and video competition for independent filmmakers worldwide. It’s not your usual brick and mortar film festival, it’s a unique online competition whose focus is on creating opportunities for aspiring filmmakers from around the world by bringing support and recognition to excellence in the art of filmmaking. The Indie Short Film Competition is a great opportunity for indie filmmakers to advance their career, gain recognition in the filmmaking industry, and receive international exposure. Winning filmmakers will also receive awards, cash prizes, and merchandise & services from industry sponsors that can help further your career in filmmaking.
Entrants stand a chance to win over $25,000 in cash and prizes. Short films and videos may be entered in 10 different categories (Comedy, Horror / Thriller, Documentary, Music Videos, etc.). Filmmakers may enter as many short films as they wish. Submissions accepted now through November 29, 2008. Enter today at www.indieshortfilms.net
Winners will be selected by a judging panel of industry professionals who are looking for the next generation of creatively talented filmmakers out there. Entering this short film friendly competition gives you a shot at being discovered by the right people and opening the right doors to get your short films seen by top industry professionals in the filmmaking business.
For more information, entry form and rules visit the competition website at www.IndieShortFilms.net
The Indie Short Film Competition