Winchester Book Gallery and Alamo Drafthouse Cinema have announced the call for entries in all categories to the Skyline Indie Film Fest, which will take place Sept. 13 to 15.
All genres are eligible and categories include student, experimental and animated films. Professional and amateur filmmakers are eligible. It's a competitive festival.
By providing a critical review and celebratory festival festival organizers aim to promote the indie filmmaker in all genres and entice burgeoning filmmakers to take that next step and make a film, get that final product in front of industry professionals. Over time they hope to become an indie film market, a destination for indie filmmakers, studios, producers, other festival programmers and more.
Submissions of complete works will be accepted from March 1 to Aug. 1. Final programming selections will determined by Sept. 1.
Submission forms are available for download at www.skylineindiefilmfest.org.
For more information, visit www.skylineindiefilmfest.org, www.facebook.com/skylineindiefilmfest or @SkylineNdFilmFe on Twitter.