1st Annual

Driftless Film Festival

November 01, 2012 to November 04, 2012

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807 Center Street
Mineral Point WI 53565
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Phone: 608.341.7953
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Documentary
Documentary feature films may be a foreign or domestic feature. Films entered in this category are
eligible to be in competition for two awards. The People's Choice Award Winning Documentary Feature Film award is granted to the documentary feature film that receives the highest score by the audience. The Director's Documentary Feature Film award is granted to the documentary feature film selected by the Festival Programming Directors.
Full feature film
Fiction feature films may be a narrative, animation, experimental, domestic or foreign film. Films entered in this category are
eligible to be in competition for two awards. The People's Choice Award Winning Feature Film award is granted to the feature film that receives the highest score by the audience. The Director's Feature Film award is granted to the feature film selected by the Festival Programming Directors.
Film Shorts
Short films may be a documentary, narrative, animation, experimental, domestic or foreign film. The
Driftless Audience Award Winning Short Film is granted to the short film screened at the festival scored highest by the audience.
Made in Wisconsin
Made in Wisconsin, filmmaker/writer/producers, etc. need not be from Wisconsin.

MISSION & OBJECTIVE

To screen films in historic venues with enthusiastic audiences to make the Driftless Film Festival screenings a memorable experience for filmmakers and filmgoers alike.

The festival will have venues stretching from Viroqua, Wisconsin to Galena, Illinois and include educational outreach programs with the local high schools and universities.

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

The Driftless Film Festival was founded by film producer Nicholas Langholff and actor Darren Burrows to showcase independent films in beautiful venues, while enriching the community with face-to-face interaction with the filmmakers.

The festival is named for the Driftless Region in which it is set: an area that covers southwestern Wisconsin, southeastern Minnesota, northeastern Iowa, and northwestern Illinois. This region was left unscathed during the last glacial period, creating a unique landscape of rolling hills, bluffs, and deep river valleys that are dotted with quaint, historic towns.

This year, the festival will encompass six Wisconsin communities with screenings in their historic theaters. The communities include Mineral Point, Platteville, Baraboo, Viroqua, Spring Green and Richland Center.

2011 marks our first annual festival with 2010 being our development year.

ORGANIZERS

Philip Mrozinski (Executive Director); Philip Mrozinski (Executive Director)

GENERAL RULES

-1 submission preview copy of the film, press kit (optional), and submission fee must be postmarked by
the deadline date in which you submit.
-World and US Premieres are not required, however premieres (especially Wisconsin premieres) are preferred
and premiere status may be one of the factors considered when determining a film's inclusion in the
Festival.
-All feature films and videos in a language other than English must be subtitled in English for Festival
presentation.
-The Festival will consider work-in-progress, films with temporary soundtracks, digital outputs, and work
that did not originate on film Filmmakers must deliver final format (as indicated) for Festival screening. No
exceptions will be permitted.
-High school films must be works shot, directed, and produced by high school age students - 19 and
younger. Adult supervision is limited to advisory capacity requirements. In order to receive discount for
high school filmmakers all official submission forms must be filled out as usual and filmmakers must submit
a copy of his/her valid high school identification (student id, school record, passport, drivers license or
official identification that includes date of birth) respectively to request the discount.


TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Driftless Film Festival is hereby granted the right to utilize an excerpt from any film submitted and accepted for exhibition at the Festival for promotional purposes. The individual or corporation submitting the film hereby warrants that it is authorized to commit the film
for screening, and understands and accepts these requirements and regulations.The undersigned shall indemnify and hold harmless Driftless Film Festival from and against any and all claims, liabilities, losses, damages, and expenses (including but not limited to attorney's fees, and costs of the court) which may be incurred by reason of any claim involving copyright, trademark, credits, publicity, screening, and loss of or damage to the screening videos entered. Should your film be accepted, we do ask you to permit us to keep a copy of your film for our festival library. Copies of your film in our library will not be used for profit, and should we desire you re-screen your film for a paid event we would notify you and ask for permission to be granted.
Packaging - ship your media in a bubble-pack envelope whenever possible. If you must use a fiberpack, please wrap the media in a plastic bag. The festival is not responsible for damage to submissions incurred in shipping. Costs and labeling - all shipping costs to and from Mineral Point must be borne by the sender. All submissions must
indicate title, shipper's name, WAB tracking number, and return shipping address. To confirm receipt, please include a self-addressed stamped postcard with your entry.
International entries - all entries from outside the US should be sent Air mail Registered or by a parcel express service. We cannot accept entries shipped via air-freight if customs and delivery fees have not
been paid.