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UFVA STUDENT FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL
EMAIL ENTRY FORM
 
Attention: you have received this email version of the entry form either
due to the late date of your request, or because we are not in possession
of your 'snail-mail(surface mail)' address, or because mail delays &
costs just make it easier to send it this way.
 
We ask that you print out this form in its entirety, read all the
instructions, and then COMPLETE the entry from provided below to send in
with your entry.  If you forward this form via email, please do not alter
or shorten it in anyway.
 
If you believe you have received an incomplete version of this form,
please contact us.  If you feel you must have the hard copy version of
this form (although it is not necessary for entering), please contact us
and provide your 'snail-mail(Surface mail)' address.  UFVA & Temple
University will not  be responsible for misunderstandings resulting from
any tampering with
this entry form.
 
This Form should contain the following sections: Contact info, sponsors,
Statement of Purpose, Eligibility, Judging, Categories, Awards, Premiere
& Tour, Entry Fees, To Submit, "Send Entries to", Entry Form, Checklist,
Space for your signature
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4th annual UFVA STUDENT FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL
1-800-499-8382
(215)923-3532 (from outside the U.S.)
Department of Film & Media Arts
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA 19122, USA
Fax: (215)204-5280
email: [log in to unmask]
web: http://thunder.ocis.temple.edu/~ddoyon
 
(Postmark)DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: MAY 31, 1996
 
The 1996 UFVA STUDENT FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL is made possible through the
generous support of:
The KODAK WORLDWIDE STUDENT PROGRAM
and
AIVF/The Independent
Equipment Emporium
Michael Wiese Productions
Mole Richardson
Panasonic
Penguin USA
Sennheiser USA
Studio Film & Tape
Temple University
UFVA
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The UFVA Student Film & Video Festival, founded  to survey and exhibit
the very best in current student film and video  worldwide, emphasizes
independence, creativity, and new approaches to visual media.
 
Eligibility: All entries must have been created by persons enrolled in a
College, University, or graduate-level  institution at the time of
production, & should have been completed no earlier than May 1994.
Entrants must have had the primary creative control of the work. Works
may have originated on any  film or video format, but must be submitted
for preview on VHS. Screening formats are 1/2", 3/4" video, and 16mm
film.  PAL and SECAM are acceptable for preview only. Entries must be in
English or sub-titled in English.
 
JUDGING:  All works will be prescreened by a panel of  film/video makers,
teachers, and curators. Finalists will be sent on to the Finalist Judges.
Past judges have included Susan Seidelman, Allison Anders, Tom Kalin,
Christine Vachon, Allie Light, Christine Choy, Art Clokey, Jill Godmilow,
Michael Rubbo & others.
 
Categories: Works will be considered  in the categories of Animation,
Documentary, Experimental, and Narrative and may be either film or video.
The festival reserves  the right to recategorize entries if necessary.
 
AWARDS: at least $7,000 in prizes will be awarded
The Festival will announce first, second and third place winners, and
several finalists  in each of the four categories.  First place winners
in each category will receive a $1,000 product grant from the Kodak
Worldwide Student Program.  Other prizes will be donated by Equipment
Emporium, Michael Wiese Productions, Penguin USA, Mole Richardson, and
Sennheiser USA.  All accepted works will receive prizes or cash honoraria.
 
All entrants will receive a free copy of the UFVA International Festival
Directory for Students, the worldUs only exhibition and competition
resource guide created specifically  for students.
 
PREMIERE:  Each year, all award winners and finalists in the UFVA STUDENT
FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL are premiered at the annual conference of the
University Film & Video Association. This year, the conference will be
held at Chapman University in Orange, California, August 6-10, 1996.
 
A  year-long tour of selected festival winners & finalists will begin
after the conference.  Venues to be announced. Last year's tour
featured over 25 venues, including:  American Cinemateque, Los Angeles;
Rhode Island School of Design;  Neighborhood Film/Video Project,
Philadelphia;  University of the Philippines; Florida International
University, Miami; University of Arizona; University of North Texas;
American University; Indianapolis Art Center; University of Memphis;
University of Arizona; Wellington City Gallery, New Zealand; La Trobe
University, Australia.
 
entry fees :
$15 for U.S. entries
$10 for UFVA student members
$10 (U.S. currency) for entries from schools outside the U.S.
(checks payable, in US$,  to: TEMPLE UNIVERSITY)
 
To submit: Send completed entry form with clearly labelled (length, name,
address, phone) VHS preview cassette; a short description of the work and
maker's Bio (not longer than 1 page combined); and entry fee.  B&W stills
are optional.  If you desire to have your preview cassette returned,
please include a self-addressed stamped mailer. UFVA will not be
responsible for the return of cassettes submitted without adequate return
postage & packaging, or cassettes damaged or lost in the mail.
 
*** Video copies of accepted works may be made for exhibition, judging,
and publicity purposes only.
 
Send Entries to:
UFVA STUDENT FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL
Dept. Film & Media Arts
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA 19122
 
(POST MARK) DEADLINE: MAY 31, 1996
 
For further inquiries, or entry forms,  please call
 1-800-499-UFVA or (215)923-3532
FAX:(215) 204-5280
email: [log in to unmask]
web: http://thunder.ocis.temple.edu/~ddoyon
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ENTRY FORM
 
TITLE of WORK:
Length:
Name:
Address:
 
Phone:
Fax:
email:
 
School/Department:
School Address:
 
Category:  Animation, Documentary, Experimental, Narrative
Original Format:
Exhibition Format: 16mm  VHS  3/4"  Other
Entry Fee: Make Checks Payable in US$ to TEMPLE UNIVERSITY
 
CHECKLIST (DID YOU REMEMBER TO INCLUDE?):
__ VHS PREVIEW
__ ENTRY FEE
__ Short Description & Bio
__ Return Self-Addressed Stamped Mailer
__ B&W Stills (optional)
 
I have read and agree to all of the entry rules and guidelines, and
hereby allow my work to be exhibited at all festival-related screenings
and events
 
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