Boca Raton, FL, February 01, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The 2014 Florida Documentary Film Festival will take place within the beautiful city of Boca Raton, Florida, presented by DocMiami International Film Festival and in partnership with Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park. This new edition of DocMiami is designed to bring the film festival experience to different cities throughout the Sunshine State. DocMiami is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing enriching cultural experiences to elevate and showcase the art form of documentary filmmaking at a global level.
The registration deadlines are:
Early Bird Deadline, February 15, 2014
Regular Deadline, April 15, 2014
Late Deadline, June 15, 2014
WAB Extended Deadline, July 15, 2014
Where to Submit: http://tinyurl.com/fldocsubmit
The submission guidelines are:
Feature Documentaries with a total running time from 61 - 180 minutes. (All films in a language other than English require English subtitles)
Short Documentaries with a total running time between 4 and 30 minutes. (All films in a language other than English require English subtitles)
Documentary Medium-Length and Essay Forms:
Medium-length documentaries and documentarian film essays with a total running time between 31 and 60 minutes. (All films in a language other than English require English subtitles)
About the 2014 Florida Documentary Film Festival
The 2014 Florida Documentary Film Festival will take place within the beautiful city of Boca Raton, Florida. Presented by DocMiami International Film Festival and in partnership with Sugar Sand Park, this new series of the festival is dedicated to showcasing the best that documentary filmmakers have to offer worldwide. The festival hosts documentary screenings and provides expert panel workshops at the event for the filmmakers and the community to attend. Past recipients of the “El Rey” Tito Puente Contribution to the Arts Award include: Willy Chirino, Carlos Santana and “Queen of Bolero”, Olga Guillot. In 2011, the festival was recognized by Productionhub.com as the "Spiciest Film Festival" in their 2011 Festival planner. The festival brings together emerging documentary filmmakers, students’ grades 6 -12, as well as film and music enthusiasts. In addition, the amazing concerts have included performances by: Tito Puente, Jr., Melton Mustafa, Prince Emmanuel Abiodun Aderele, Javier Batiz "The Godfather of Mexican Rhythm and Blues", Fito de la Parra, Jamie Catto, Rich Ferguson, Luis Bofill, Kiki Sanchez and Eloy "Rali".
To learn more about DocMiami International Film Festival, visit www.docmiami.org.
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