No doubt that many of you out there are anxiously awaiting to hear your fate from a certain prominent festival out West somewhere. We certainly want to wish you the best of luck, but also remind you that there are plenty of other fine festivals on the horizon no matter what happens with your film and Sundance. And one of those fine festivals just happens to be the 16th annual Florida Film Festival (March 23 - April 1, 2007), which also just happens to have a late entry (postmark) deadline for both narrative and documentary features coming up this Friday, December 1.
So the time for procrastinating is officially over. If you've got a film over 40 minutes in length that you've been on the fence about when and where to submit besides Park City, do it now! We'd love to see your work, but the window of opportunity will be shutting this weekend. As always, entry info is available at both enzian.org and floridafilmfestival.com.
Is it a shameless plug if we know there's still great stuff out there that's yet to be submitted, or merely the rant of an eternally optimistic programmer?