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CALL FOR ENTRIES
THE NEW YORK UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL
YEAR SIX SIX SIX
 
       A BATTLE FOR THE SOUL OF INDEPENDENT FILM! 
 
The New York Underground Film Festival is now accepting entries for its
sixth annual festival, March 10-14, 1999.  We are the oldest, largest
and most renowned subterranean screen event in North America.
 
We seek cutting-edge films of all kinds:  features, shorts, animation,
documentary, experimental, 35mm, 16mm, Super 8 and video.   Our hit
sidebar attraction Sideshow USA will return with another collection of
offbeat documentaries showcasing the wild and weird in American
culture.  
 
Just some of our press accolades:
 
       << presents cinematic art on the cutting edge >> CNN
       << the undisputed king of DIY fests >> the Village Voice
       << a festival for films that defy convention >> the NY Times
       << tackling taboos and stirring up the indie fest circuit >> 
Variety
       << movies you won't see coming out of "indie-wood" >> New York
Magazine
       << the nation's most twisted collection of offbeat films and
videos >> Time Out New York
       << they're not kidding! >> Filmmaker Magazine
 
Deadline for entries is Jan 1, 1999.  Late deadline is Jan 15, 1999.
 
For entry rules, http://www.nyuff.com/99rules.html
 
For entry forms, http://www.nyuff.com/99app.html
 
Learn more abou the festival at http://www.nyuff.com
 
or email us at
 
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or  contact us at:
 
The New York Underground Film Festival
225 Lafayette St., Ste. 401
New York, NY 10012
ph 212.925.3440
fx 212.925.3430
 
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