This just in from the Crown Heights Film Festival (see below for complete details). Also, Artist Registration for Brooklyn GO from the Brooklyn Museum has been extended to July 10.
CROWN HEIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Brooklyn, NY (July 2, 2012)-The Crown Heights Film Festival (CHFF)is pleased to announce the
Third Annual CHFF call for submissions of feature length films, shorts, animations, documentaries,
cross-disciplinary and children’s films. The festival will run from Tuesday, October 30, 2012
through Friday, November 4, 2012, at FiveMyles Gallery in Brooklyn, NY.
The submission deadlines for the 2012 Crown Heights Film Festival are as follows:
July 7, 2012 - Regular deadline for entries
July 27, 2012 - Late deadline for entries
August 10, 2012-Extended deadline for entries
Details for all submission information can be found at: www.crownheightsfilm.org. All additional
inquiries may be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Crown Heights Film Festival: Founded in 2009, the Crown Heights Film Festival
(CHFF) brings a distinctive selection of local and international films, talks, and performances to a
wide audience in the heart of Brooklyn, NY. CHFF believes the community at large, through the
medium of film, benefits from a curated festival that reflects the diversity Crown Heights embodies.
CHFF will present a “Best of Festival” award selected from all of the films showcased, as well as
“Festival Favorite” awards for each category. Every year, a different artist is invited to design and
create the awards. Paul Kaiser is the selected award creating artist CHFF 2012.
CHFF is an IMDb associated festival.