[From our friends at the SNOB Film Festival:]
Contact: Jay Doherty – Executive Director
2013 SNOB FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES CALL FOR ENTRIES
CONCORD, NH – SNOB (Somewhat North Of Boston) Film Festival (November 7–10, 2013) announces its Call for Entries in all categories including kids, student, short, and feature length films. The 2013 committee is looking for local, national, and international films to exhibit during the upcoming 12th Annual SNOB Film Festival in November.
Submission period has begun. Film entry information is available at: www.SNOBFilmFestival.com or at www.WithoutABox.com.
“Regular Deadline” for all film categories must be submitted no later than August 13, 2013. “Late Deadline” for all film categories must be submitted no later than September 3, 2013.
“Extended Deadline” for all film categories must be submitted no later than September 17, 2013. No late entries will be accepted. All filmmakers will be notified by the middle of October if their films have been selected to exhibit during the festival.
The SNOB Film Festival is looking for films from professional and amateur filmmakers working in all aesthetic disciplines and genres including narrative, documentary, animation, action/adventure, mockumentary, drama, comedy, music, and experimental films. Films can range from 1 minute to 180 minutes.
Each year The SNOB Film Festival plays host to an average of 20 feature length films and 40 short films. Approximately 95% of the films screened at the SNOB Film Festival are directly from submitted films. Most of the films shown at the festival have filmmakers present during the screens to allow the audience to ask questions about the films.
For more information visit: www.SNOBFilmFestival.com or "Like" SNOB Film Festival on Facebook! www.facebook.com/snobfilmfestival.
2013 SNOB Film Festival
The SNOB (Somewhat North Of Boston) Film Festival is celebrating its 12th anniversary film festival on November
7–10, 2013. This year the festival will take place at Red River Theatres in beautiful historic downtown Concord, New Hampshire. This four day event will have several tie-in events throughout the city. The festival staff is an all-volunteer committee with the following mission:
The SNOB (Somewhat North Of Boston) Film Festival is a grassroots effort to showcase and support independent film making. It strives to bring films to the area that local audiences might not otherwise see. The SNOB Film Festival is an ongoing effort to generate and sustain a growing independent film community for the benefit of audiences, filmmakers, and institutions supporting the arts.