If you are an equine filmmaker, artist, or author than you won’t want to miss the opportunity to enter the EQUUS Film Festival, which takes place November 17-20 in New York City.
But here is the scoop.
· FILMMAKERS: The entry submissions have already started for filmmakers and you have until June 30th to enter for a chance to have your feature film, documentary, music video, commercial or short shown during the EQUUS Film Festival. In addition, you also have a chance to win one of the over 40 WINNIE Awards. Two of these awards include a $2500 cash prize.
· AUTHORS: Literary submissions continue to come in and authors have until June 17th to enter their books for a WINNIE Award. Authors can also reserve a table in the Pop-Up Gallery.
· ARTISTS: The contest for artists continues with the deadline fast approaching. You have until June 17 to submit your art for a chance to be selected for one of six official EQUUS Film Festival images which includes Official Poster, Official Wild Horse Fund Raising Poster, Official T-Shirt Image, Official Program Cover, and Official Illustrated Image. The winners will be announced on or about July 1.
· COMMERCIALS: EQUUS Film Festival now has an online contest for commercials. The deadline is June 30.
· MUSIC VIDEOS: For the second year the Music Video online contest entries are being accepted now, with the deadline June 30th.
· PHOTOGRAPHERS: EQUUS Film Festival is considering having an equine photography contest as well. If this is something that would interest you, email email@example.com.
There is still time to enter one or more of the above contests. Some entries are eligible for more than one category and WINNIE Awards will be given to Authors and Filmmakers. Don’t miss this chance to have your talents recognized at the annual EQUUS Film Festival.
It’s not too late to enter. Visit www.equusfilmfestival.net for more details and/or to enter your work.
ABOUT THE EQUUS FILM FESTIVAL
The fourth annual EQUUS Film Festival is the first event of its kind to offer a home to the story tellers of the horse world, with films, documentaries, videos, commercials and shorts from around the world and also cultural elements of fine equestrian art and literature. In 2015 EFF hosted close to 140 films and is expected this year to draw record nominations as well, with over 40 categories being presented with WINNIE Awards at Saturday night's eq-equivalent of the Oscars.