The rules are simple:
It is completely FREE to submit.
By submitting, you authorize Kite Film Fest to show your short at the event.
By submitting, you also are confirming that you retain the rights to characters, stories, music and all aspects of the short.
Short films of all genres are welcome, but they must be either in English or subtitled in English.
To submit, email KiteFilmFest@gmail.com with a downloadable link, a brief description, running time, and the filmmaker’s contact information.
The deadline for submission is Sept. 1, 2017. Shorts will be reviewed by a committee, and then the selections will be notified and screened as part of Kite Film Fest.
Kite Film Fest is a FREE public event, happening Nov. 11 at Club LA in Destin.
Stay tuned for an announcement about all-ages submissions. Thanks for supporting this event, local filmmakers, and our creative community.
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