The Annapolis Film Festival is accepting submissions in several categories for its 2016 film festival which will take place in Annapolis, Thursday, March 31 to Sunday, April 3, 2016. The categories are: Narrative Feature, Documentary Feature, Narrative Short, Documentary Short and Student Showcase Short.
Feature length Narrative or Documentary films must be 40 minutes or longer to qualify for these categories; short Narrative or Documentary films must be under 40 minutes; entries to the Student Showcase Short category cannot exceed 20 minutes. The film submission period for AFF 2016 runs from now until November 6, 2015 for all film categories.
Information on how to submit a film may be found via this link http://annapolisfilmfestival.com/films/15994-2/ or from the Annapolis Film Festival homepage (www.annapolisfilmfestival.com) choose the Submit Film menu option. Submission information may also be accessed directly on the Withoutabox (online film festival submission system) website at http://www.withoutabox.com/login/12008.
Submission fees and deadlines are as follows:
Feature Length Films
Early bird fee (by August 28) $35
Regular fee (by September 20) $45
Late fee (by October 13) $60
Extended deadline fee (by November 6) $75
Early bird fee (by August 28) $25
Regular fee (by September 20) $35
Late fee (by October 13) $50
Extended deadline fee (by November 6) $65
Student discounts are available. See Withoutabox for more information.
Early bird fee (by August 28) $20
Regular fee (by September 20) $30
Late fee (by October 13) $40
Extended deadline fee (by November 6) $55
This is the fourth year that the Annapolis Film Festival (AFF) will bring some of the world’s edgiest and smartest just-released film to the historic City of Annapolis, the capital of Maryland.
In 2015 the festival attracted more than 9000 people to its four-day, 75 film, nine panel, five location event.