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chip phillips <[log in to unmask]>
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1202 EAST PIKE, SUITE 1240
SEATTLE, WA 98122-3934
(206) 322-3572
                Rainy States announces call for entries
Seattle - The Rainy States Film Festival is now accepting entries for its
second annual festival showcasing independent Northwest filmmakers, to be
held Feb. 15-18th, 1996 in Seattle s Broadway Performance Hall, 1625
Broadway.  Interested filmmakers should request an entry form by
contacting Chip Phillips, Executive Director, Rainy States Film Festival,
1202 East Pike, Suite 1240, Seattle, WA, 98122 or by calling (206)
All works must originate on film and all genres and lengths will be
considered as long as the film was shot and produced in Oregon,
Washington, Alaska, or British Columbia.  Screening formats available are
35mm, 16mm, and video projection. The deadline for VHS or 16mm submissions
is November 20, 1995, and there is a $20 entry fee that covers the cost of
return shipping.  New this year, jury selected films will be eligible for
gifts of support and services donated by area film and video businesses.
In its first year, the Rainy States Film Festival exhibited over twenty
films by Northwest filmmakers to more than 1,400 festival attendees.
Rainy States Film Festival is a non-profit organization in association
with Allied Arts and is grateful to receive funding from the King County
Arts Commission and several area businesses including Scarecrow Video,
Alpha Cine, QFC and American Production Services.
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Contact:  Chip Phillips  (206) 322-3572    Email: [log in to unmask]
            *****************ENTRY FORM****************
  The Second Annual Rainy States Film Festival - Feb. 15-18, 1996
The Rainy States Film Festival is now accepting entries for its second
annual showcase of Northwest filmmakers to be held at Seattle's Broadway
Performance Hall, February 15-18, 1996. Rainy States Film Festival is a
new film festival dedicated to the exhibition of independent films made in
the Pacific Northwest.  In its first year, Rainy States exhibited 6
feature films and 16 shorter films grouped into 8 screenings and attracted
nearl y 1500 attendees.  This year Rainy States will further its
commitment to the local filmmaking community by awarding production
services and in-kind gifts to films selected for inclusion in the
festival.  Eligibility:  All lengths and genres will be considered as long
as the film was independently produced and shot in Alaska, Oregon,
Washington or British Columbia.  All work submitted must have originally
been shot on film (35mm, 16mm, Super8) although festival presentation
will be available on 35mm, 16mm, or by video projection from a BetaSP
** Deadline:  November 20, 1995 Entry Fee $20.00 **
** Early-bird Deadline October 31, 1995 Entry Fee $15.00 **
Film Title ______________________________________
Running Time  __________   Completion Date _________
Contact Name _________________________________
Address ______________________________________
City, St, Zip  ___________________________________
Phone  ________________________________________
Fax  __________________________________________
Preview Format (included w/ this application)
         [] VHS  [] 16mm
Exhibition Format (Festival Screening)
         [] 16mm [] 35mm [] BetaSP
[]  I have attached a synopsis, credits, and 2  photos.
Would a Rainy States Film Festival '96 screening be a:
[] World Premiere  [] U.S. Premiere [] Seattle Premiere?
I certify that I am authorized to submit this film.  I understand that the
Rainy States Film Festival accepts no responsibility for loss or damage to
entries during shipment to or from the festival or while in the festival's
Signed __________________________________
Please include check made payable to:
The Rainy States Film Festival
1202 East Pike, Suite 1240
Seattle, WA 98122-3934
(206) 322-3572
Date ______________________________
Questions?  Please feel free to contact Chip Phillips, Executive Director
of the Rainy States Film Festival by calling (206) 322-3572 or email
"[log in to unmask]" regarding any questions you have about your submission
or the festival
Rainy States Film Festival
Independent Films from
the Pacific Northwest
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