Submissions are now now closed for the 2014 Eichelberger FilmDayton Festival. Now, in its sixth year, the Eichelberger FilmDayton Festival continues to feature great locally-connected films as well as present excellent works from around the globe.
Categories this year include:
|Shorts: All Categories|
|Whether it’s comedy, drama, documentary, Horror, Animation, Experimental, ect. We take all kinds – send it in for Shorts all categories. If it’s under 30 minutes and tells a great story – this is for you.|
|Features: All Categories|
|Do you have a great story that needs to be seen? Submit your feature film to this years FilmDayton Festival. This is our first year to have feature film submission to our festival so you can be the first films to have the honor. Films must be at least 45 min+ in length to be considered for this festival. We are taking all categories including narrative films, documentaries, horror, animation, international films and more.|
|Ohio Shorts: Ohio Filmmakers/Locations|
|FilmDayton is Ohio Proud! We’re ready to show off our regional talent with a dedicated Ohio Shorts screening. Anything goes here – if it’s good and it’s got a significant Ohio connection (filmed in Ohio, written by resident, directed by native, stars local graduate, etc) – it could get seen at the FilmDayton Festival as part of Ohio Shorts.|
|Ohio Features: Ohio Filmmakers/Locations|
|Are you from the great state of Ohio or did you shoot your feature here? Submit your Ohio feature film to this year’s FilmDayton Festival. This is our first year to have feature film submissions to our festival so you can be the first films to have the honor. Films must be a least 45 min+ in length to be considered for this festival. If your film has an Ohio connection (Filmed here, Someone in the cast and crew are from Ohio) submit to this category. We accept all categories including narrative, documentary, horror, animation and more.|
|Dayton is known as a city of ReInvention. With the recent economic downturns, manufacturing jobs left our rust belt city and our community and residents looked to the future with uncertainty. In the last years, the resilience of our innovative region has been in full force as individuals reinvented themselves and joined forces to reinvent whole neighborhoods and communities. In partnership with the team from WYSO 93.1FM (wyso.org) that created the local ReInvention Stories (http://reinventionstories.org) – we are welcoming short documentaries and fiction pieces that highlight how people and communities from around the globe are reinventing themselves through the recent times of uncertainty.Prices/Deadlines:Features:$30 (early bird – April 1), $40 (regular submission window – May 15), $50 (late – June 15).Shorts: $20 (early bird – April 1), $25 (regular – May 15), $35 (late – June 15).