Category Archives: Moondance Magazine


Last Chance for Regular 2015 Moondance Entries & Tips On Writing for Actors!

 BEAT THE LAST-MINUTE STAMPEDE
DON’T DELAY: SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY TODAY!

REGULAR SUBMISSION DEADLINE: MAY 30
For your best chance to win, send in your entry early!
LATE SUBMISSION DEADLINE: JUNE 30
See our submission categories HERE!
Read our submission guidelines HERE!
Entry Form HERE!
Moondance now also accepts scripts for judging in these languages:
FRENCH, […]



Moondance Call-For-Entries Reminder & Tips On Writing A Treatment

For your best chance to win, send in your entry RIGHT NOW!

REGULAR SUBMISSION DEADLINE: MAY 30*
LATE SUBMISSION DEADLINE: JUNE 30*
 See our submission categories HERE!
Read our submission guidelines HERE!
Official Entry Form HERE!
Withoutabox for Moondance International Film Festival is now fully active for this season’s call for entries: www.withoutabox.com/login/1240
Moondance International […]



FILM AS COMMUNICATION & MOONDANCE MAY NEWS!

MOONDANCE 2015 CALL-FOR-ENTRIES!

"Mer-folk" Sculpture by Charlotte Zink, of www.zinkmetalart.com

REGULAR SUBMISSION DEADLINE: MAY 30*
For your best chance to win, send in your entry early!
LATE SUBMISSION DEADLINE: JUNE 30*
See our submission categories HERE!
Read our submission guidelines HERE!
Official Entry Form HERE!
Withoutabox for Moondance International Film Festival is now fully active […]



JOIN MOONDANCERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD!

C'mon in!

REGULAR SUBMISSION DEADLINE: MAY 30
For your best chance to win, send in your entry early!
LATE SUBMISSION DEADLINE: JUNE 30
See our submission categories HERE!
Read our submission guidelines HERE!
Entry Form HERE!
Withoutabox for Moondance International Film Festival is now fully active for this season’s call for entries: www.withoutabox.com/login/1240.
Moondance International […]



MOONDANCE FILM FESTIVAL MID-APRIL NEWS!

“Narcissus”, James Waterhouse
MOONDANCE SPRING 2015 CALL-FOR-ENTRIES!

REGULAR SUBMISSION DEADLINE: MAY 30*

For your best chance to win, send in your entry early!

LATE SUBMISSION DEADLINE: JUNE 30*

These deadlines are postmark or received via email attachment, NOT the date submitted by!

~See our submission categories HERE!
~Read our submission guidelines HERE!
~Entry Form HERE!
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THE MOONDANCE INSIDER TIPS ON WRITING!

Mermaid figurehead by Jan Reichard
MOONDANCE 2015 CALL-FOR-ENTRIES!

REGULAR SUBMISSION DEADLINE: MAY 30*
For your best chance to win, send in your entry early!
LATE SUBMISSION DEADLINE: JUNE 30*
 *These deadlines are postmark or received digitally, or via email attachment, NOT the date submitted by!
 See our submission categories HERE!
Read our submission guidelines HERE!
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MOONDANCE: MARCH CALL-FOR-ENTRIES!

MOONDANCE 2015 CALL-FOR-ENTRIES! 

REGULAR SUBMISSION DEADLINE: MAY 30*
For your best chance to win, send in your entry early!
LATE SUBMISSION DEADLINE: JUNE 30*

 See our submission categories HERE!
Read our submission guidelines HERE!
Entry Form HERE!
 Withoutabox for Moondance International Film Festival is now fully active for this season’s call for entries: www.withoutabox.com/login/1240
Moondance […]



Making a Great Promotional Film Trailer

By Elizabeth English

Do you want to have a really good 2-3-minute trailer to send to producers, studios, and/or film festival competitions, for your website & in social media ?
Haven't quite finished post on your film yet, but want to promote it now and/or solicit funding for your film?

Great trailers are in a special class […]



Writers: Write What You Know!

By Elizabeth English
“A good writer needs to know what it’s like, and “it” can be just about anything. We have far too many writers today who have never ridden a horse, or fired a gun, or sharpened a knife, or fought with their fists, or been shot at. And so on and so on.” […]



DON’T WALK! ACTION TIP FOR WRITERS

DON’T WALK! ACTION TIP FOR WRITERS:
By Elizabeth English

 

Writers should try to avoid using the simple verb, “walk”, whenever possible! Why have your character just walk into a room or across the road? It tells the reader almost nothing about the character’s current mood, personality, intent, feelings, or how he or she presents […]