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2018 LASF Regular Deadline

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September 10

The LA SKINS FEST, presented by COMCAST NBCUniversal, is now officially accepting film entries for their 12th Annual film festival taking place November 13th-18th, 2018 at the Chinese Theater in Hollywood.

Regular deadline coming up September 10th!

      • ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
      1. Entries must be by/or have a Native American/First Nation/Indigenous artist involved in the project (Please include tribal affiliation).
      2. Films must NOT have other screenings scheduled in Los Angeles during November 2018. NO EXCEPTIONS.
      3. We accept films made by non-Native American filmmakers but the films must be Native American themed.
      4. Films must not be available on the Internet or have been broadcast nationally on cable or satellite television prior to the festival screening.
      5. Works must be made within the past two years
      6. Films in languages other than English with English subtitles will be accepted for consideration.

 

  • DEADLINES AND FEES:
  • Early Deadline: August 20th
  • Narrative Features  $30
  • Documentary Feature $30
  • Narrative Short $20
  • Documentary Short $20
  • Student Film $15
  • ___________
  • Regular Deadline: September 10th
  • Narrative Features  $45
  • Documentary Feature $45
  • Narrative Short $35

Documentary Short $35

  • Student Film $25
  • ___________
  • Late Submission Deadline: Oct 1st
  • Narrative Features  $60
  • Documentary Feature $60
  • Narrative Short $50
  • Documentary Short $50
  • Student Film $35
  • ___________

 

        • WHERE TO SUBMIT :    
      • The LA SKINS FEST proudly accepts entries via FilmFreeway.com, the world’s best online submission platform. FilmFreeway offers free HD online screeners, unlimited video storage, digital press kits, and more. Click on the icon below to submit through film freeway:
  • SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS                                                                    
  1. A password protected preview of the film sent to us through Vimeo, Dropbox, or YouTube.
  2. Completed online entry form through Filmfreeway, download application and submit through e-mail (contact@laskinsfest.com) or by mail.
  3. Two stills from the film (color preferred, B&W accepted).  Digital stills and press kits are preferred.  Stills must be hi-res.
  4. One photo of the director
  5. Full cast/crew list.
  6. Film synopsis – 120 word logline/synopsis of the film and a 20 word logline/synopsis of film.  Short films are only required to provide the 20 word logline.
  7. Pay Submission Fee

***Please note that our festival does not pay screening fees for submitted films.

  • NOTIFICATION OF ENTRY STATUS
  • Filmmakers will be notified in mid-October 2018 as to whether or not their film has been officially selected. Upon acceptance the filmmaker will receive an email verifying selection status. Be sure to have contact@laskinsfest.com on your accepted email list.

 

  • COMPETITION
  • The LA SKINS FEST will celebrate filmmakers whose original works is distinguished in their category.  A pre-screening committee will select four finalists in each category after viewing all selected to be part of the competition.  Awards will be given the following categories:
  • Best Narrative
  • Best Documentary
  • Best Narrative Short
  • Best Documentary Short
  • Best Animation
  • Audience Award
  • Emerging Filmmaker
  • Best Actor
  • Best Actress
  • Best Director
  • Best Writer

 


  • About The LA SKINS FEST
  • The prestigious LA SKINS FEST ranks among the country’s best film festivals and is an annual gathering for film industry insiders, cinema enthusiasts, filmmakers, and critics. Support of the LA SKINS FEST plays an essential role in the life of the festival and emphasizes the festival’s commitment to quality, exploration, and excellence in the art of cinema, TV and new media. The LA SKINS FEST is privileged to partner with some of the world’s most renowned entertainment brands; including Comcast NBCUniversal, the Walt Disney Company, CBS Corporation Diversity, HBO, 21 Century Fox, Turner, A+E Networks, Aids Healthcare Foundation, Santa Ynez Band of Chumash, Bad Robot, United Talent Agency, Walter Kaitz Foundation, Motion Picture Association of America, Lionsgate, ABC7, Paramount, Sony, San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell, MGM Resorts International, and the UCLA – American Indian Studies Center.

 

 

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Date:
September 10