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International Black Film Festival Of Nashville Call For Entries 2012

by Tambay A. Obenson
April 13, 2012 1:47 PM
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The International Black Film Festival of Nashville has announced its call for entries for its 2012 installment. 

Vital info below; for the rest of the story click HERE to head to the festival's website:

Connect and Share your vision with a wide audience. Get the Attention of Top Notch Industry Executives. Build Buzz For Your Film & Network with Filmmakers From Around the Globe...Join An Elite Group of Award Winning Films.

Submit Your Film Today for the 2012 International Black Film Festival of Nashville.

Submission Deadlines

*Early Bird Deadline: April 20th

Regular Entry Deadline: June 4th

*Early Bird Standard: $40.00

Early Bird Student: $25.00

Early Bird Shorts & Docs: $35.00

Early Bird Young Filmmaker: $20.00

(*Time Sensitive, prices will increase by $10 on April 21, 2012)

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  • Steph Bergy | April 13, 2012 3:35 PMReply

    For those of you not eligible to enter your film in the International Black Film Festival of Nashville, I want to spread the word about an opportunity that provides all types of film makers an opportunity to get their films showcased at the Fringe Festivals in Edinburgh, Scotland, Hollywood, California and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on the Fringe Film Tour. For people to get their work showcased at the three Fringe festivals, they should check out or contact the tour producers at

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