Hey Filmmakers! Short Notice wants YOU!
Are you an Asian American filmmaker and want to showcase your films on TV?
Short Notice has opened their doors for filmmakers to submit their films to be considered for Short Notice’s third season! Short Notice is set to return with a new awards format, including an Audience Award and a $5,000 Grand Jury Prize.
Short Notice, an hour long TV show on Mnet, features Asian American filmmakers and their short films while providing sneak peeks into the creative process. It’s the first Asian-American short film show and being the first ever TV program to do an awards format with short films. Short Notice is currently featured in 80% of all Asian American households across the U.S.
Short Notice film submissions will be due on March 15, 2012. Filmmakers can submit their films by mailing in digital versions in the following format to the address below:
• Pro Res (29.97 fps)
• No copyrighted content (music, logos, clips)
• Bleeped profanity
An “Asian-American Short Film” is defined as: A film that features an AsianAmerican lead or cast. Films that are directed by and/or produced by Asian-Americans also qualify. Additionally,any film that has elements/themes of Asian culture, or takes place in Asia, will also qualify for consideration.
Season three will premiere on May 10, 2012 at the Visual Communications Film Festival in Los Angeles.
For more information:
Chris Shon (email@example.com)
3700 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 140
Los Angeles, CA 90010