Call for entries

Jenny Baum (info@mediarights.org)
Fri, 1 Feb 2002 06:24:15 -0800 (PST)

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> FYI =AD if any of you are budding filmmakers or know of any...
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> CALL FOR ENTRIES!
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> Introducing the second annual
> Media That Matters Film Festival
> Presented by MediaRights.org and The Human Rights Watch International Fil=
m
> Festival and streamed by FreeSpeechTV
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> Send us your short films and new media on social issues by February 14, 2=
002.
> Go to http://www.mediarights.org/festival/ to print the application.
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> Last year's Media That Matters Online Film Festival (MTMOFF) was a great
> success, so we are doing it again! For 2002 we are looking for ground-bre=
aking
> projects which inspire people to speak out and take action for social cha=
nge.
> In addition to streaming online, the festival airs nationally on FreeSpee=
ch
> TV(optional), shows in the gallery at the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln
> Center during the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival and show=
s in
> communities across the country with the traveling festival. All genres =
are
> welcome including new media (a new category), animation, documentaries, g=
ames,
> youth productions and PSAs. Submissions must be under 8 min. and appropr=
iate
> for presenting or streaming on the Web. There is no fee for applying to =
the
> festival. To apply, just print out the application
> (http://www.mediarights.org/festival/festapp2.php) and mail it to us. Th=
e
> deadline is soon: February 14, 2002 (It=B9s Valentine=B9s Day so you won=B9t
> forget).
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> We are pleased to announce that the festival is going to be co-presented =
for a
> second year by the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival and wil=
l be
> streamed by Free Speech TV. Our festival partners for 2002 include:
> Association for Independent Video and Filmmakers (AIVF), Bay Area Video
> Coalition (BAVC), Benton Foundation, Connect For Kids, CTCNet, NPower NY =
and
> YouthNOISE.com.
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> In case you don't know..... MediaRights.org, a community Web site, helps =
media
> makers, educators, nonprofits, and activists use documentaries to encoura=
ge
> action and inspire dialogue on contemporary social issues.
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> Apply now -> go to www.mediarights.org/festival for the guidelines and
> application
> Deadline =3D February 14th
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> Please forward this to a friend or post it on your Web site.
> Thanks!=20

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Jenny Baum
Web Site Manager
MediaRights.org
info@mediarights.org
http://www.mediarights.org
104 W. 14th St., 4th Floor, New York, NY 10011
T: 646.230.6288 FAX: 646.230.6328

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Call for entries

FYI – if any of you are budding film= makers or know of any...

CALL FOR ENTRIES!


Introducing the second annua= l
Media That Matters Film Fest= ival
Presented by MediaRights.org and The= Human Rights Watch International Film Festival and streamed by FreeS= peechTV

Send us your short films and new media on social issues = by February 14, 2002.  Go to
http://www.mediarights.org/festival/ to print the application.

Last year's Media That Matters Online Film Festival (MTMOFF) was a g= reat success, so we are doing it again! For 2002 we are looking for ground-b= reaking projects which inspire people to speak out and take action for socia= l change.  In addition to streaming online, the festival airs nationall= y on FreeSpeech TV(optional), shows in the gallery at the Walter Reade Theat= er at Lincoln Center during the Human Rights Watch International Film Festiv= al and shows in communities across the country with the traveling festival. =   All genres are welcome including new media (a new category), ani= mation, documentaries, games, youth productions and PSAs.  Submissions = must be under 8 min. and appropriate for presenting or streaming on the Web.=  There is no fee for applying to the festival.  To apply, just pr= int out the application (http://www.mediarights.org= /festival/festapp2.php) and mail it to us.  The deadline is = soon: February 14, 2002 (It’s Valentine’s Day so you won’t= forget).

We are pleased to announce that the festival is going to be co-presented fo= r a second year by the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival and wi= ll be streamed by Free Speech TV.   Our festival partners for 2002= include: Association for Independent Video and Filmmakers (AIVF), Bay Area = Video Coalition (BAVC), Benton Foundation, Connect For Kids, CTCNet, NPower = NY and YouthNOISE.com.

In case you don't know..... MediaRights.org, a commun= ity Web site, helps media makers, educators, nonprofits, and activists use d= ocumentaries to encourage action and inspire dialogue on contemporary social= issues.

Apply now -> go to www.mediarights.org/f= estival for the guidelines and application
Deadline =3D February 14th

Please forward this to a friend or post= it on your Web site.
Thanks!

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Jenny Baum
Web Site Manager
MediaRights.org
info@mediarights.org
http://www.mediarights.org
104 W. 14th St., 4th Floor, New York, NY 10011
T: 646.230.6288 FAX: 646.230.6328

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