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Call for Submissions: 2013 Element Film Festival

The 2013 Element Film Festival is now accepting submissions!

Each year, Element showcases the work of emerging student filmmakers from across the world in the genres of science and natural history.  Their mission is to promote new and innovative ways of communicating environmental issues, wildlife conservation, social science, natural history, and science through both documentary and fiction film.  In the past, films screened at Element have gone on to receive significant recognition and awards – including National Student Emmys, Tellies, and the best of show in major film festivals.

The graduate students in the Science and Natural History Filmmaking program at Montana State University would like to invite all student filmmakers to submit their work for inclusion in this year’s festival.

This year’s festival will take place on Thursday, November 7th at the Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture in Bozeman, Montana.


Eligibility:  Film must have been made while the entrant was either an undergraduate or graduate student. Length:  2-30 minutes

Submission Dates:

July 12 – August 12:  FREE

August  13 –  September 2:  $10

September 3 –  September 30:  $15

September 30:  Final Deadline

Please visit their submissions page for more information.
Feel free to contact Element if you have any questions or check out the Element Film Festival website.