Queens Underground International Film Festival is looking for submissions for our upcoming festival, which includes a virtual Red Carpet Event on Feb 20, 2021 to celebrate Black & Brown History Month and a Film Festival from Apr 9-24, 2021.
Though we will be celebrating Black + Brown History Month, you don't have to be Black + Brown to submit your work. We want to tell YOUR STORY!
We are unique in that we accept a wide array of work: short films, feature-length films, animation, music videos, web series, episodics, dance/music/poetry pieces, trailers, demo reels, recordings of live performances, commercials, student work, etc. We are casting a wide net to receive submissions for our film festival and want to provide a platform for people to share their stories and unique work.
We'd love to promote our festival to your students and alums, and have a special 15% submission fee code for you. Could you pass along this info or point me in the direction to get in touch with your communities?
Here are the deadline details as well as a 15% off discount code. Please spread the word to any artists who may be interested!
Early Submission Deadline: Dec 20, 2020
Next Submission Deadline: Jan 23, 2021
15% Off Submission Discount Code: Ch8712
Festival Dates: Feb 20, 2021 & Apr 9-24, 2021
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