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Common Ground from Asia Pacific Screen Awards

Common Ground is a collaborative project established between the Asia Pacific Screen Awards, and Unlimited: Designing for the Asia Pacific. Both organisations believe that creativity has the power to shape a positive future for the Asia-Pacific and are committed to programs that create opportunity to promote and celebrate the creative process. Common Ground has been created to provide an open opportunity for individuals across Asia-Pacific to submit self-produced, self-funded film or photography...

NEWSLETTER N° 428: August 18, 2009

..............WELCOME TO OUR NEWSLETTER N° 428: August 18, 2009 Follow this LINK if you cannot read the newsletter properly Contact the Editor of the site, Advertise on the sites. You can find us at and find Bruno Chatelin on facebook Add yor RSS to your blogs! How to use FestivalExpress our new online submissi...

Portable Film Festival highlights

Portable Film Festival 2009 proudly presents the prizes for this year’s entries! With a great race still to run before the voting closes on August 31st, we urge you Film Festival lovers to get online and check out the 180 big, big films we’ve lined up for your small screen this year…Category prizes for the Portable Film Festival 2009 include the Short Film Award, Music Video Award, Get Animated Award, Look at Me Award, First Hand Capture Award, and Feature Film Award, all decided on the st...

Lonely Planet TV Worldwide Encounters - And the winners are…

Portable and Lonely Planet TV asked you to show us around a place that means something to you – whether it be the place of your birth, or where to get the best greasy late night hamburger in town; somewhere far away and exotic, or something down home and personal. There’s a story everywhere you go, and Worldwide Encounters heard yours, from all over the world – from Mt Everest to Bendigo, Tibet to the Outback, the sharks of BoraBora to the streets of Japan, the competition received entries...

NEWSLETTER N° 408: March 25, 2009

Our newsletter reaches over 73 000 subscribers every week   Follow this link if you cannot read the newsletter properly Contact the Editor of the site, Advertise on the sites. ENJOY THE NEW VERSION OF THE SITE The renowned Festival Directory from has MERGED AND MOVED to whith easier search options, simplified update process for festivals...

Docummunity from Portable Film Festival

Portable Film Festival are proud to announce a brand new filmmaking project for 2009! It's called Docummunity, and is the first open source online documentary project of its kind...The concept is to empower filmmakers (and other artists) enabling them to make longer form documentaries, and creating a worldwide collaborative network of filmmakers, musicians and artists!To kick this off this amazing project, Victorian Screen Development Association Open Channel are offering a 2 day short course th...

Follow The Portable Film Festival 2006 on portable video devices

The Portable Film Festival 2006 is a free, international festival of short films downloadable to portable video devices. Launching on September 13 and running until October 22, this year’s program will feature over sixty pre-selected films compressed especially for viewing on Sony PlayStation Portables, iPod Videos, 3G phones, laptops and even deskbound computers.Entries have been received from Australia, the Netherlands, the US, the UK, Romania, Canada, Austria, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Sin...

International Portable Film Festival launching

The world’s first International Portable Film Festival (IPFF) will be launching in Melbourne, Australia, on Monday the 20th of March. The Festival is designed to be viewed entirely on portable video devices such as iPods, 3G phones and PlayStation Portables so there are no cinemas, no cues, no closed doors, no e-scalpers and no barriers to audiences seeing the films they want, when they want. It’s is the first of its kind to be delivered entirely through a videocast - a new but simple techno...


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