Industry at Home Film Festival

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*EXTENSION: With renewed lockdown orders, IAHFF is extending the final submission deadline to August 5th, 2020. The Industry at Home Digital Film Festival was born from the global pandemic that we are all facing. Members from every facet of the film community have been under strict stay-at-home orders and​ unable to collaborate in a large groups. ​Who knew we liked being around each other so much? ***digital hug*** ​One thing is certain in this uncertain time; we are all in this together. Industry at Home is an outlet for actors, writers, cinematographers, and directors to create during the uncharted territory of isolation. ​Submitting to the festival is free until June 10th and the official selections of the IAHFF will screen live in September 2020. SHORT FILM AT HOME Passionate artists around the world are using this time to make short films and we want to see them all! Filmmakers can submit pieces of any genre that have been shot after February 15th, 2020. The official selections will be screened online and the winning films will be awarded in September 2020. SCREENPLAY UNDER QUARANTINE This quarantine period is not necessarily a bad situation for the writers of the world. Short and feature screenplays that have been written in 2020 can be submitted to IAHFF. The winners awarded in September will have the option to post their screenplay on the Industry at Home page. ACTORS IN ISOLATION Actors can participate in IAHFF by submitting a monologue of their choosing. Selections will be reviewed by a panel of directors and the winning actors will be announced. Each winner will be awarded and given the chance to deliver their monologue live to our streaming audience in September. CINEMATOGRAPHERS LOCKED DOWN This is a chance for all of our cinematographer friends to shine independently. To participate, the camera operators can submit a film up to 3 minutes in length. This piece can be scored or given other sound design elements, but must not contain any dialogue.


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