The Minneapolis Underground Film Festival is happy to announce our Call for Entry for the 4th annual underground film festival hosted at the Minneapolis Collage of Art & Design. The submission deadline is October 21st and late deadline is open till November 4th for an additional fee, check website for more details.
This December 2-4 MUFF will continue to showcase underground cinema’s most provocative and original works along side a selection of cult, horror & exploitation classics and already awarded underground films. This year also marks the first year with a new director and to celebrate we have increased the number of cash & sponsored awards for all categories.
For more information on the 2011 Minneapolis Underground Film Festival call for entries or to keep up to date on the upcoming festival or our year-round activities, visit online at Facebook and Twitter or http://minneapolisundergroundfilmfestival.com.
Now going into its fourth year, The Minneapolis Underground Film Festival is happy to announce a host of prizes developed to recognize underground filmmakers and their hidden gems. This year two deserving filmmakers will receive Cinequipt Sponsored award of $500 each towards equipment rental (some restrictions apply).
Each award category will feature a cash prize as well as sponsored awards and filmmakers that submit to this year’s festival will receive $15 off an individual IFP MN membership, Festival Passes, tickets to their screening, a ticket to the awards ceremony and a ticket to the after-party.
The submission deadline is October 21st and the late deadline is November 4th for an additional fee, check website for more details.
This December 2-4, MUFF will continue to showcase underground cinema’s most provocative and original works, screening filmmaker’s submissions along side a selection of classic genre cinema and festival favorites. This year will also feature Maria Juranic & Pixel Farm who will showcase their work & lead forums, as well as “Everything is Terrible” the video blog that digs up gems from the VHS era, will be appearing for a special live show.
Website: http: Minneapolis Underground Film Festival