2nd Annual Chicago International Social Change Film Festival
Sticking to true form, today I'm letting you know about another film festival to mark on your calendars. The 2nd Annual Chicago International Social Change Film Festival is a forum for activist filmmakers to get their ideas out to nonprofit and NGO organizations who are ready to discover new ideas from those who want to make a change globally. It's open to professionals, amateurs, and students who want to spark a change in the way the world sees different cultures and different issues throughout the world. What better way to educate the world than on the big screen?
For those who want to submit your films, the festival is this fall and you can submit your film through Withoutbox. Right now there is an unconfirmed listing so you can not submit your film online just yet, but you can bookmark/favorite the submission page as well as connect with CISCFF's Facebook page and Twitter (@CISCFF) to keep up on when submissions will be accepted. At the moment you can see the requirements for each submission, fees and the deadlines. The three categories are:
- Short Length Films: Less than 30 mins, Environmental and Social Issues genre
- Full Length Films: Over 30 and not over 150 mins, Category: Documentary and Narrative, Environmental and Social Issues genre
- Micro-films: Less than 3 minutes, Category: Documentary and Narrative, Environmental and Social Issues genre