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Maine Outdoor Film Festival Short Film/Video Contest!

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Maine Outdoor Film Festival’s Broke and Stoked short film/video contest

Deadline: 08-01-2015

Here are the rules:
1. Videos submitted must be made by a Maine resident, or Maine residents, not working full time in Film.
2. Videos must less than 4 minutes long (3:59 is cool. 4:00 is not).
3. All music used in the must be credited and used with permission (No TOOL you tools … unless TOOL gave you permission, then it’s cool).
4. Films must be submitted via VIMEO link by emailing to the address at before August 1, 2015.

The MOFF jury will select its favorite 10 films which will be screened at MOFF Tour Stops throughout Maine in Summer/Fall 2015, after which MOFF Tour attendees will vote on their favorite. The film with the most audience votes will be announced at the MOFF AWARDS SHOW in Portland in December 2015.


10 Finalists will win an Outdoor Gear Prize Pack
One Grand Winner of $1000.

Email your Vimeo Link to:

Maine International Film Festival (MIFF) July 10-19, 2015

 10 Days – 100 Films –  50 Filmmakers!

Passes are now on sale for the 18th annual Maine International Film Festival

When: July 10-19, 2015

Where: Waterville, Maine

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During the 10 days of the festival we show nearly 100 films, representing the best independent and international cinema.

Audiences will have opportunities to meet and talk with some of the people behind the movies – directors, producers, writers, and musicians!

For more details on MIFF events and screenings go to:

Please submit any questions via email to

Interested in planning your vacation around MIFF? The website provides information about area attractions and lodging opportunities as well!

Bluestocking Film Series submission deadlines: May 1st, May 22nd

Bluestocking Film Series Celebrates 5th Anniversary July 17-18 at SPACE Gallery in Portland

Filmmakers are invited to submit short films that pass the Bechdel Test

What is the Bechdel Test?
The Bechdel Test, sometimes called the Mo Movie Measure or Bechdel Rule, is a simple test that names the following three criteria:

(1) The film has to have at least two women in it, (2) who talk to each other, about (3) something besides a man.

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Maine filmmakers receive free submission

Late deadline: May 1st

Extended deadline: May 22nd

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Submissions now open for 2016 Maine Short Film Festival

Rules for submitting your short film to the 2016 Maine Short Film Festival!

1. Must be under 30 minutes

2. Must have been released after January 1, 2013

3. Must be made either by a Maine resident or filmed in Maine

4. Can be fiction or non-fiction – any genre. There may be a preference for non-commercial films, but this decision rests entirely with the jurors and commercial PSAs (public service announcements) may be submitted.

5. You must be a current dues-paying member of the MFVA. Click here to renew (or join)

6. Submission deadline: June 15, 2015

7. Winners will be announced September 15, 2015.

Send a Vimeo or YouTube link to:

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