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Forwarded by Jeremy Butler.  For more information, contact Eric Knutson
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>Date: Fri, 17 Oct 1997 14:38:25 -0700
>From:    Eric Knutson <[log in to unmask]>
>
>Hello.
>
>We are contacting you to present you and your students with
>a unique opportunity.  Pathfinder (www.pathfinder.com),
>Time Warner's extremely popular Internet Site, and
>RealNetworks (www.real.com),  the recognized leader in the
>streaming media market, are teaming up to put on the First
>Annual Reel Time Film Festival.
>
>The Reel Time Film Festival's goal is to encourage the
>work of independent and experimental filmmakers and to
>promote the Internet as a forum for films.  The Festival,
>the first of its kind, will run from October 6 through the
>end of November.  We invite you to take a look at our
>Web site at www.reeltimefilm.com.
>
>We will be accepting submissions in four different
>categories.  All submissions should be between 3 and 10
>minutes long; applications can be printed from the
>Festival Web Site.  Five finalists will be announced on
>November 18; their submissions will be viewed by our
>panel of celebrity judges.  From November 18 through
>25, visitors will be able to watch the final five selections
>online and vote for their favorite.
>
>On November 25 winners in each of the four categories,
>as well as the Viewer's Choice, will be announced.  Each
>winner will receive a Toshiba DVD player and  an
>assortment of DVD movies from Warner Home Video,
>among other great prizes.
>
>We are contacting you to give you and your students a
>head start; early submissions have a chance to be
>highlighted on the site in the near future.
>
>So join us in an exciting opportunity to showcase your
>work in Reel Time.
>
>If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to
>contact us at:
>
>Eric Knutson
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>206-674-2458
>or
>Scott Kaplan
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>212-522-8897
>
>
>
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Jeremy Butler
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ScreenSite http://www.tcf.ua.edu/ScreenSite
Telecommunication & Film/University of Alabama/Tuscaloosa
 
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