NY Shorts Fest 2013 Call for Entries
The 2nd Annual New York International Short Film Festival wants your live-action, documentary and animated short films for its International Competition, happening May 28-30, 2013 in NYC.
Regular deadline is February 22, 2013; late deadline is March 29, 2013.
Entry forms available here.
From the release:
Created by the Oscar®-qualifying Los Angeles International Short Film Festival (LA Shorts Fest), the New York International Short Film Festival provides filmmakers with an opportunity to receive recognition and premiere their short film projects in New York City. The Festival accepts short films up to 60 minutes in runtime in genres including drama, comedy, animation, documentary and experimental.
“We were very excited by the overwhelming positive feedback of filmmakers and attendees for our first year in New York,” said Executive Director Robert Arentz. “NY Shorts Fest will continue to evolve its own identity, which is as unique as the city and people of New York.”
At the inaugural NY Shorts Fest, held at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema, winners included Ricky Gervais’ Derek which won for Best Comedy. Other award winners were The Man Who Knew How to Fly (Best Drama), the Oscar-nominated A Morning Stroll (Best Animation) and Harry Grows Up (Best of New York).