Seeking short form film, video, and multimedia work by (and about) African-Americans. Filmmakers, documentary makers, videographers, and multimedia artists -- we call your attention to Seattle’s second annual Langston Hughes African American Film Festival, April 8-10, 2005.
Categories: drama, animation, children’s/youth films, lesbian/gay, documentary, and art films & videos about African American life and culture. Suggested length: 60 minutes or less.
Selected pieces will be shown once during 3 days of scheduled programming. Seeking positive images of Blacks, and content suitable for general audiences, including a special screening of films for children. $50 honorarium paid for works selected.
Please send preview copy and $10 submission fee to:
LHPAC Film Festival, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center, 104 – 17th Avenue South, Attn.: Zola Mumford, Seattle, WA 98144-2107.E-mail address shown below.
Acceptable preview formats: VHS, DVD, CD-ROM. Sorry, but we cannot return submissions; please include a self-addressed, postage paid envelope or other mailer if you would like your work samples returned. Deadline: February 4, 2005.
Visit the web address shown below for details.
Founded in 1972, the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center is the artistic and cultural hub for Seattle's diverse Central District neighborhood. Named after the famed Harlem Renaissance poet, novelist, playwright and essayist, Langston Hughes strives to be one of Seattle's premier performing arts centers.
c/o Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center
104 - 17th Avenue South
Seattle WA 98144 USA
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