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Don’t forget about these upcoming opportunities…

Here are some deadlines we shared earlier, and now that they're almost here, we want to be sure you don't miss out on the opportunity to take advantage of them!

January 31:

  • The 2013-2014 Southern Circuit Tour provides independent filmmakers with the paid opportunity to participate in a six-venue tour of the Southeastern United States, screen their films for new audiences, and engage audiences in discussions about the content and production of their films. Read more >>

February 1:

  • The 4th annual Charleston Film Festival will review shorts and feature-length films from filmmakers from SC, NC and GA. Cash prizes of $2,500 will be awarded for best regional films; the Grand Prize includes a one-week exhibition at Terrace Theater. Read more >>

February 7:

  • The ArtFields festival juried competition has extended its deadline for new works (2- and 3-dimensional). Three emerging or established artists residing in the Southeastern states will receive career-changing cash prizes that honor their exceptional talents. Top Prize is $50,000 with People’s Choice and Juried Panel Winner prizes of $25,000 each. Read more >>

February 15:

  • South Arts is accepting applications for partner venues to host filmmakers and their work for the 2013-2014 Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers, providing communities with an interactive way of experiencing independent film. Read more >>

March 15:

  • Carolina’s Got Art! invites amateur and professional artists in South Carolina and North Carolina to enter its 2013 juried shows, with more than $15,000 in cash and prizes. Read more >>
  • The 12th annual South Carolina Palmetto Hands Juried Fine Craft Competition and Exhibition is presented as a component of the annual North Charleston Arts Festival. Objects juried into the show may compete for cash prizes totaling up to $6,500. Read more >>

Charleston Film Festival now open for submissions

Submissions are open for the 4th annual Charleston Film Festival, to take place at the Terrace Theater on March 7-11, 2013. Filmmakers from South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia are encouraged to submit shorts and feature-length films. There is no submission fee. The submission deadline is Feb. 1, 2013. Cash prizes of $2,500 will be awarded for best regional films. The Grand Prize includes a one-week exhibition at Terrace Theater with your film and name on the marquee! Charleston Film Festival Works must have been produced in the last 18 months. In line with a strong belief that festivals are a chance for local audiences to see a locally made film, works are allowed to have been shown at other events and fests. Content submitted for the Lowcountry Indie Shorts Festival can be automatically considered for submission to Charleston Film Festival. In keeping with its strong tradition of local and state ties, the Festival is pleased to announce its continuing relationship with the Greater Park Circle Film Society, the Indie Grits Festival in Columbia, the Art Institute of Charleston, the Charleston Jewish Federation and the Savannah College of Art and Design. Download the application form here: http://parkcirclefilms.org/sites/parkcirclefilms.org/files/2013-Charleston-Film-Festival-Application-Form.docx More information is available on Terrace Theater's website. Please send inquiries to Nicholai Burton at nicholai@parkcirclefilms.org. Via: Charleston Film Festival