Forwarded by Jeremy Butler, for more information contact
1997 CALL FOR ENTRIES
LTV WANTS YOU
What is LTV?
LTV stands for Literary Television. It also stands for the innovative
compelling work of poetry filmmakers and videographers. After 21 years
sponsoring poetry film festivals, the Poetry Film Workshop in San
has culled an impressive archive, and is now making this collection
available to television and cable broadcasters, educational institutions
How can you be a part of LTV?
If you've got a short (under 15 minutes) poetry film or video, literary
documentary, or a literary multimedia piece such as a Quicktime movie,
we'd like to review your work for possible inclusion in our catalog. If
your work is selected for our catalog, you'll be in good company, as
be included among the work of Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Anne Sexton, James
Broughton, Piri Thomas and Allen Ginsberg. And you'll stand a better
of gaining recognition and financial rewards than distributing your work
Where is LTV distributed?
A number of places, including:
* television and cable broadcasters
* educational and entertainment Websites
* interactive television producers
* educational institutions throughout the United States and Europe
* film festivals throughout the United States and Europe
* live screenings throughout the Bay Area
And starting in1998 LTV and the San Francisco Poetry Film Workshop will
co-sponsor The National Poetry Video Festival in Chicago. All LTV
submissions will be considered for inclusion in this festival.
What do I need to do to be included in LTV?
Simply request an entry form from us and fill it out. We accept
year-round for our distribution channels.
For more information about LTV and the Poetry Film Workshop, visit our
Website at: http://www.slip.net/~gamuse.
REQUEST AN ENTRY FORM VIA FAX, EMAIL, OR SNAIL MAIL.
CALL 415-552-9261 OR FAX US AT 415-552-9271
OR PRINT OUT FORMS FROM OUR WEBSITE
934 Brannan Street, 2nd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103
Online resources for film/TV studies may be found at ScreenSite