GREAT ENTRY FEE DISCOUNTS IN MARCH!
Spring is in the air!
2. All entries submitted during Moondance’s March Madness days will receive 5 free movie tickets at the 2012 film festival!
3. WRITERS: Moondance is the only US film festival competition that accepts written works in several languages other than English! The following foreign languages are accepted: German, French, Africaans, Dutch, Spanish! These works will be read & judged by professional writers who are native speakers of those languages!
4. Moondance has added a new competition category to our extensive list! You may now submit screenplay treatments. See the note below for details.
5. Host the very best of Moondance films, professional workshops & popular networking parties in your community, anywhere in the US and in the world! You really can bring Moondance to your area. Contact Elizabeth English now at email@example.com to discuss the details and fabulous benefits of this special opportunity.
6. In our continuing success of promoting top-quality original filmmaking, writing and music composition by talented artists from around the world, the Moondance International Film Festival is very pleased to announce that our festival competition has brought in great submissions, in all genres and categories, from Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, India, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Malta, Marshall Islands, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Russia, Serbia/Montenegro, Singapore, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Tasmania, Turkey, the UK, the US, and Venezuela! SEND IN YOUR ENTRY NOW, TO REPRESENT YOUR COUNTRY!
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- 2. COMPETITION CATEGORIES
- 3. CRITIQUES
- 4. MOONDANCE RECOMMENDS
- 5. THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY
- 6. HOW TO SUPPORT MOONDANCE
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DISCOUNTED ENTRY FEES
- FEATURE FILMS & FEATURE SCREENPLAYS: $50 (save $25!)
- SHORT FILMS & SHORT SCREENPLAYS: $25 (save $50!)
- ANIMATION FILMS & SHORT STORIES: $25 (save $50!)
- MUSIC VIDEOS, FILM SCORES & 1/2 HR. TV EPISODICS: $25 (save $50!)
- ALL OTHER CATEGORIES: $50 (save $25!)
- OPTIONAL FEATURE SCREENPLAY CRITIQUES: $50 (save $25!)
PLUS: All submissions entered during Moondance’s March Madness days will receive 5 free movie tickets at the 2012 film festival! That’s a $50 value!
3 Easy Ways to Submit Your Entry:
Check out the Moondance website for more info!
- ANIMATION FILMS
- DOCUMENTARY FILMS
- FEATURE FILMS
- FEATURE SCREENPLAYS*
- FILMED TV PILOTS
- MUSIC VIDEOS
- ORIGINAL MUSIC & FILM SCORES
- RADIO PLAYS
- SHORT FILMS
- SHORT SCREENPLAYS*
- SHORT STORIES*
- TREATMENTS** (new!)
- TV EPISODICS*
- TV PILOT SCRIPTS*
- & more…
*Written works in the following foreign languages are also accepted: French, Spanish, German, Dutch & Africaans. These works will be read & judged by native speakers.
**Screenplay treatments: No more than 10 pages, double-spaced, or 5 pages, single-spaced. Please include title, logline & short synopsis.
MOVIEBYTES.COM Lists Moondance as
“one of the top ten film festival competitions worth the entry fee!”
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Cynthia Butler, Moondance’s very popular reader will write a one-page critique and assessment of your submitted screenplay, stageplay, teleplay or up to 3 short stories. Check off the box for critiques on the Moondance entry form. The fee is a nominal $50 for each critique requested during Moondance March Madness days!
Excerpts from an article by Utne Associate editor Margret Aldrich
This spring, in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Seattle, seven acres of underused land will be transformed into the nation’s largest urban “food forest”—a community park planted with a cornucopia of produce that visitors are encouraged to harvest and eat, for free. It will be an urban oasis offering a variety of edibles: apples and blueberries, herbs and vegetables, chestnuts and walnuts, persimmons and Asian pears. Built around the concept of permaculture, it will be a perennial, self-sustaining landscape, much like a woodland ecosystem in the wild, creating a system on public land that combines the concepts of urban farms, orchards, and natural forest. To read more, click here: http://www.utne.com/The-Sweet-Pursuit/The-Incredible-Edible-Forest-Beacon-Food-Forest-Seattle.aspx#ixzz1odtdZO3I
Excerpts from an article by Utne Associate editor Margret Aldrich
Obsolete phone booths are turned into mini-libraries, and passersby are encouraged to take a book or leave a book from the improvised bibliothecas which are reminiscent of the Little Free Libraries born in Wisconsin or the Phoneboox found in the UK. (This) project, will encourage an increased sense of local camaraderie, (with) more people in the neighborhood sharing, talking, and just having a heightened awareness and sense of engagement with their surroundings. The little phone booth libraries marry whimsy and practicality in every way. Nestled between used copies of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance and Middlesex, the existing payphone remains fully functional—just in case one of those 17 million cell phones runs out of juice. To read more, click here: http://www.utne.com/The-Sweet-Pursuit/Little-Phone-Booth-Libraries.aspx#ixzz1odwHg3CI
A MOONDANCER WRITES:
“Great job with the March Madness MIFF newsletter. Looks good! The discounts are very attractive and I really like the inspirational quotes.” ~ Cynthia Butler, Moondance reader & critiques maven
THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY:
The flux of the soul is happiness,
here is happiness,
I think it pervades the open air,
waiting at all times,
Now it flows unto us,
and we are rightly charged.
~ Walt Whitman, American poet, essayist & journalist (1819-1892)
“If you have a library and a garden, you have everything you need.” ~ Cicero
_________________________________________________________________“If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant: if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome.” ~ Anne Bradstreet (1612 – 1672)
On creativity: “When Alexander the Great visited Diogenes and asked whether he could do anything for the famed teacher, Diogenes replied: ‘Only stand out of my light.’ Perhaps some day we shall know how to heighten creativity. Until then, one of the best things we can do for creative men and women is to stand out of their light.”~John W. Gardner (1912 – 2002)
“The tragedy of life doesn’t lie in not reaching your goal. The tragedy lies in having no worthy goal to reach.” ~ Benjamin Mays
“…and those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane, by those who could not hear the music.” ~ Friederich Nietzsche
MOONDANCE FRIENDS, SUPPORTERS & SPONSORS:
Right now, Moondance really needs your help to keep this vital mission moving forward. We need to meet our financial goals before we can produce the 13th annual film festival. Send in your entry now, and/or sponsor or donate whatever amount you can. Please let other colleagues and friends know about Moondance, via your FaceBook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other social media accounts. Everything will help!
OTHER OPTIONS & MOONDANCE SPONSOR INFO: http://www.moondancefilmfestival.com/04_sponsors.info.html
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