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>Date: Tue, 10 Jun 1997 23:07:45 -0400
>Subject: flixtour pays filmmakers - accepting submissions
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>flixtour IS VORACIOUSLY SEEKING SUBMISSIONS
>OF INDEPENDENT FILMS FOR THE FALL 97 flixtour!
>THE ONLY FILM TOUR IN NORTH AMERICA PAYING FILMMAKERS
>TO SCREEN THEIR FILMS TO A NATIONAL COLLEGE AUDIENCE!
> For Immediate Release
> Tuesday, June 10, 1997
> Contact: TOM MCPHEE
> Executive Director
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> site: http://www.flixtour.com/indexf.htm
>Pleasant Ridge, MI
>flixtour - the Traveling, Independent, Buzz Generatín, Moving Picture &
>Moondance Tour - is currently accepting submissions for the fall 97
>edition of flixtour.
>flixtour is a national tour dedicated to the independent exposure of
>independent films & their independent makers to the college/university
>flixtour is twice a year, fall and spring semesters, and tours 60 of the
>largest college/university institutions in the country.
>flixtour exists to: show films, generate buzz, build public awareness,
>have fun, educate aspiring filmmakers, travel, and, did we mention, GET
>PAID! flixtour will pay the filmmakers a weekly fee as well as pick up
>travel, meal, and hotel expenses for up to two people per film for the
>duration of their tour swing.
>Films & filmmakers chosen to make the flixtour will be required to:
>travel to a minimum of 10 universities over a 6 week period and promote
>their film, participate in screenings and meet new and exciting people.
>Produced by First Light Contemporary Releasing in partnership with Event
>Marketing Communications and Film Threat Magazine, flixtour is a one of
>a kind traveling film exhibition bringing independent films and their
>makers directly onto North Americas premier college and university
>flixtour is accepting submissions, NOW!
> ***HURRY THE FINAL DEADLINE IS JULY 31st, 1997 ***
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