Dreamspeakers Digital Workshop - 5 Tips for Submitting Your Film to a Festival by Aretha Greatrix

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July 31, 2020 - The film festival submission process is different for each festival. In this workshop, filmmaker Aretha Greatrix will share what she has learned from mentors and her own experience in submitting to film festivals. What to consider while making your film; How to search for the correct festivals for your film; Does your film meet the submission requirements of the festival? Your film has been selected, now what?; How do you want to release your film to an audience?

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