The 2016 Dubbo One Eye Film Festival is open for entries until midnight October 21, 2016.
In partnership with the Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo Filmmakers will host the 4th annual One Eye Film Festival at the brand new Black Box Theatre on November 11 and 12. Dubbo Filmmakers member and festival coordinator, Kellie Jennar says the One Eye Film Festival is open to all filmmakers who can demonstrate a link to Dubbo and surrounding regions.
“That link might be thematic, geographic or a delightful accident of birth,” Ms Jennar said.
“There is no entry fee, prizes or theme. The festival is all about promoting and showcasing local filmmaking.
“All genres and styles of films are encouraged, however there is a time limit of 7 minutes.
“It’s a great opportunity to showcase your films to enthusiastic local people.
“It’s a completely difference experience to upload a film into the silence of cyberspace, compared with the immediacy and warmth of watching your film with an audience.
“Filmmaking can be quite a solitary activity so it enables filmmakers to get out of the editing studio, see the diversity and creativity of films being made and network with other local filmmakers,” she said.
The One Eye Film Festival has grown in popularity both with filmmakers and audience in the past three years. Last year 30 short films were shown to an audience of more than 350 people at three sittings. They ranged from comedies, dramas, documentaries, animations and art films.
For all entry requirements and conditions, please view the attached entry form. You will need to submit both the form and the film by the closing date.
Entries close: midnight October 21, 2016
Program selection: November 1, 2016
Festival screenings: November 11 and 12, 2016