Seattle Office of Film + Music


MOHAI’s “History is _____” Short Film Competition is Accepting Entries Through March 31
February 4, 2013, 3:26 pm
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MOHAI’S “HISTORY IS ____” COMPETITIONmohaifilm

The Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) is currently accepting submissions for their Third Annual History is____ short film competition! The theme of the film is up to you: the filmmaker. Submissions from 2012 included themes like “History is Basketball” and “History is Mystery.” The competition is all about creativity and sharing your view of what history is. Here is MOHAI’s playlist of the 2012 short films for those who are curious.

The Rules and FAQ page has the rules that you need to know in order to craft your film. Submissions are being accepted through March 31!



Northwest Film Forum: Filmmaker & YouTube Guru
June 1, 2012, 10:22 am
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Sunday, June 3 at 7:00 pm, join filmmaker and YouTube sensation Len as he shares short vignettes of his travels on planet Earth and the stories behind them. In 2007, Len uploaded his first video on YouTube, $250,000 in My Pocket and I Still Can’t Get a F%^*!$g Cab! Five years and almost 400 videos later, his channel has surpassed 10,000,000 views, including have the No. 1 most-watched video in the world for a day. For more ticket information and details of the event, visit the Northwest Film Forum website.



ROY DEAN SUMMER FILM GRANT: TAKING APPLICATIONS!
May 4, 2012, 12:20 pm
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From The Heart Productions
Celebrating their 20th year providing grants to exceptional filmmakers, the Roy Dean Summer Film Grant is now taking applications. They give over $30,000.00 in goods and services from top people in their industry like DuArt, Silver Sound, Unilux, and Edgewise. They want films that are unique and make a contribution to society and fund docs, shorts and low budget features. Visit their site for full information, past winners, application and list of awards. Everyone who applies gets a free film financing consultation with Carole Dean, author The Art of Film Funding.
DEADLINE IS JUNE 30TH