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Artemis Women in Action Film Festival (April 23 – 26, 2020) wants YOUR films, shorts, screenplays, and music!

 

August 15, 2019 : Regular deadline

October 31, 2019 : Late deadline

November 30, 2019: Final deadline

Artemis Women in Action Film Festival Qualifiers

Submit all narrative, animated, documentary FILMS and SCRIPTS featuring women either starring or co-starring as a physical action character or agent of social change.
We celebrate women in kick ass roles.

Submit all MUSIC in any genre that is a film score, composition, song, or theme song created by female composers, female led bands, and female solo artists.
Artemis’ Women Powered Music sponsored by Bella Composers!

Submission Categories.

FILMS – 40 minutes or longer
SHORTS – up to 40 minutes
SCRIPTS, Features (70-120 pgs) & Pilots (45-60 pgs)
MUSIC in all genres, up to 10 minutes. Music FAQ’s.

Key Dates & Fees

EARLY Deadline – 06/30/19; Features – $70.00, Shorts and Screenplays – $45.00; Music – $15.00 – 25.00

REGULAR Deadline – 08/15/19; Features – $75.00; Shorts and Screenplays – $50.00; Music – $20.00 – 30.00

LATE Deadline – 10/31/19; Features $85.00; Shorts and Screenplays – $60.00; Music – $25.00 – 35.00

EXTENDED Deadline – 11/30/19; Features – $95.00; Shorts and Screenplays – $70.00; Music – $30.00 – 40.00

Notification of Acceptance – Approx Jan 15, 2020

Exhibition Materials Deadline – Mar 15, 2020

Deadlines for student submissions will observe the calendar above. Fees are deeply discounted for students.smiley

Where to Submit

Submissions are available directly through Artemis and open on FilmFreeway.
Discounts and student submissions are only processed directly through our website.

 

Artemis Motion Pictures brings you the first film festival dedicated to honoring female action and empowerment heroes. Our sixth edition marks a continued celebration of powerful women taking action onscreen. From female action heroes to female activists, we shine a spotlight on women in narrative, documentary and animated films who are fearless, fierce, and revolutionary.

AWIAFF extols the women who kick ass and change culture! Film has both the power to entertain and to awaken - to awaken awareness of the dynamic and powerful roles of women in our society and throughout the world. Our festival mission is to both kick ass and open minds.

Submit all narrative, animated, and documentary FILMS in any genre featuring women starring or co-starring as a physical action and/or empowerment characters.

Submit all MUSIC in any genre that is a film score, composition, song, or theme song created by female composers, female led bands, and female solo artists.

All categories are competition categories with awards in each category.

2019 HIGHLIGHTS COMING SOON!

2018 HIGHLIGHTS 
Artemis was very proud to have Paul Feig present our 2018 edition. He was joined by sponsors CAA, LA Weekly, Agenda Magazine, Citi, Final Draft, Habibi Bath & Body, and others.

The festival recognized Actress Michelle Rodriguez, Actress Ming-Na Wen, Director Rosemary Rodriguez, Director/Stuntman TJ Scott, Actress Dana DeLorenzo and stunt performers Debbie Evans, Alicia Vela-Bailey, Danielle Burgio, Kachina Dechert, Heidi Pascoe and Cassandra Ebner for their excellence in the female action genre.

The fourth edition was kicked off with The Artemis Awards Gala. Strong female characters were the theme and the lineup of action heroines and stuntwomen that showed up on the black carpet to receive their due at the awards presentation was impressive. Arrivals included all 2018 honorees as well as David Mazouz, Dot Marie Jones, Victoria Smurfit, Richard Portnow, Kristanna Loken, Yancy Butler, Zoe Bell and many others too numerous to mention.

A big highlight during arrivals was Dot Marie Jones—a cast member of the 2018 AWIAFF award-winning film Combat Nuns: All or Nothing surprised everyone when she drove on the sidewalk and parked her Harley right on the black carpet. The stunned crowd was delighted as Jones, dressed in a nun’s habit, took a drag off her cigar. Artemis Women In Action Film Festival Director Melanie Wise and the evening’s host Grace Parra hopped onboard the bike with Dot as the cameras snapped in a frenzy of excitement.

The festival received submissions from 32 countries, screened 78 films, expanded the number of screens as well as the panels and workshops offered. The filmmaker competition awards were expanded to recognize outstanding stunt work and choreography.

The panels included Artemis’ signature All-Stars of Stunts and Warrior Women panels. In honor of the #MeToo movement, the edition included A Sex Type Thing panel discussion hosted by August McLaughlin. The 2018 edition also included a cannabis panel discussion hosted by Windy Borman and two workshops on indie film financing, hosted by Ms. In The Biz and Seed N Spark.

Awards & Prizes

Artemis Awards are presented for Best Film, Best Director, Best Documentary, Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Fight Scene, Best Action Sequence, Best Screenplay, Best Film Score, Best Song, etc.

Top three winners and two finalists of the Screenplay Competition will receive:

• Scholarship at a leading film school 
• Production software 
• Marketing prize packagers 
• Final Draft script writing software. Final Draft is the industry standard in screenwriting software allowing writers to focus on what they do best – writing scripts. Value: 249.00 
• InkTip Script Listing: A listing of your script on InkTip so that producers and reps can find you. Producers have made more than 200 films from scripts and writers they found through InkTip. Value: 100.00

Rules & Terms

• FILM - Gender of writers, directors, producers, etc is immaterial for qualification. 
• MUSIC - Gender of creators must be female or female led.

COMPETITION RULES AND REGULATIONS: 
Films must be submitted on Region 1 DVD, media on flash or data DVD, Region 1 Blu-Ray or via online screener for preselection. Screenplays can be submitted digitally or by regular mail. Music can be provided email, in .mp3, .aac, .aif, and .wav formats. Selected films MUST provide Region 1 BluRay and/or 1920x1080 ProRes Quicktime for screening at the festival (see notes below). Features longer than 75 minutes can elect to screen via DCP. If you are unable or unwilling to provide your film or screenplay in the outlined formats, please do not submit.

All film submissions should have a production date no earlier than January 2016 for the 2020 edition. Music does not have a production date restriction.

All foreign language films must be subtitled in English for pre-selection and screening.

Narrative and Documentary films with U.S. distribution (obtained prior to being selected for AWAIFF screening) or films produced, financed or initiated by a major film studio or television network are ineligible for competition, but may be considered for a special screening. Films that have screened on US network or cable television or distributed to theaters prior to the festival dates are also ineligible for competition. Selection for screening will be determined no later than six weeks prior to the festival.

Refunds are not available.

SCREENING FORMAT DELIVERABLES: 
• Features over 75 minutes: Region 1 Blu-Ray disc OR DCP only. 
• Features under 75 minutes: digital 1920x1080 Pro Res Quicktime AND Region 1 Blu-Ray disc. 
• Shorts: digital 1920x1080 Pro Res Quicktime AND Region 1 BluRay.

ACCEPTANCE GUIDELINES: 
• Narrative films under 75 minutes and all short films selected for screening will require digital file delivery of 1920x1080 Pro Res Quicktime AND Region 1 BluRay disc. Be prepared to supply BOTH deliverables. ••••• Why we ask for ProRes files: We program many shorts ‘blocks’ featuring between 3 and 9 shorts. Our theater REQUIRES a single BluRay be created for that screening. This practice also affords giving audiences the best viewing experience possible and provides amazing latitude to create the best BluRay possible for all the films in the block. 
• Determination of screening format cannot be ascertained until festival programming is done. 
• If you cannot provide the above, do not submit your film. 
• Blu-Ray screeners and flash drives are not returned. 
• Should filmmakers require AWIAFF to author a Region 1 Blu-Ray screener, the filmmaker will reimburse AWIAFF for authoring and media costs.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS 
You, the entrant, acknowledge and agree as follows:

• You certify, by completion of any AWAIFF online submission form, that you have the legal right and authority to enter the film, screenplay or music (property) into The Artemis Women in Action Film Festival.

• By submitting your property to Artemis Women in Action Film Festival, you acknowledge that you have read, understand and agree to, and will abide by all the terms and conditions of submission of materials to this festival competition, which are listed in this release and on this webpage.

• You certify you have read, understood, and complied with all eligibility requirements.

• If the property is selected, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless AWIAFF from any claims that arise as a result of this submission or screening of your property as well as from damage to or loss of any submitted materials en route to the festival.

• Your submitted property is not subject to any claims or litigation and is not threatened by any claims or litigation.

• By submitting your property, you agree the festival may use your poster art, screengrabs, trailers/trailer links, etc. for social media and marketing purposes of the festival.

• By utilizing any of the submission options/platforms available herein, you hereby declare that all the above statements are true to the best of your knowledge and belief. 

 

 

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