6th Annual New England Underground Film Festival
Now Accepting Entries; Event To Be Held
October 8 @ Best Video Film & Cultural Center in Hamden, Connecticut
HAMDEN, CT – The New England Underground Film Festival, a celebration of the best of underground cinema, is now accepting entries for its sixth annual presentation, which will be held on October 8 at the Best Video Film & Cultural Center in Hamden, Connecticut.
The festival will present a full-day line-up of feature-length and short films, and the programming is open to all aspects of the underground cinema spectrum: narrative productions, non-fiction films, experimental works, animation and music videos. The festival will present awards for Best Film, Best Short, Best Non-Fiction Production and Best Director. The festival’s line-up will be announced on September 5.
“For New England filmmakers, this event has become one of the most important festivals for the presentation of the best regional talent,” says festival director and programmer Phil Hall, author of the Classic Films column for the New York Examiner and author of the books “Independent Film Distribution,” “The History of Independent Cinema” and "The Greatest Bad Movies of All Time."
The early bird deadline for entries is April 20, and the final deadline for submission is August 20. All entries must be submitted through the Withoutabox service, via the link below. (This festival does not accept entries from any other online service.)
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