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19-Apr-2014 8:15pm PDT  

 

Maine Outdoor Film Festival

3 Annual August 22, 2014 to August 24, 2014

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International
Film
Video
Short
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Competition
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222 St John St
Suite 2G
Portland ME 04102
USA
Phone: 2076193622
maineoutdoorfilm@gmail.com
http://www.maineoutdoorfilm.com

OPEN CALL FOR ENTRIES • Select a Category of Entry to continue.

Outdoor Feature
Outdoor Features 40-120 minutes
Outdoor Short Feature
Outdoor Short Features 11-39 minutes
Outdoor Short
Outdoor Shorts - 4 to 11 minutes
Outdoor Super Short
Outdoor Super Shorts - Less than 3 minutes

MISSION & OBJECTIVE
Celebrating the active outdoor community and inspiring expression since 2012.

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
HISTORY
In early 2012, Maine business-owners (and raft guides) Nick Callanan and Joe Christopher talked about wanting to create a Maine event where film and the outdoor lifestyle converged; a festival celebrating Maine's broad array of beautiful places, recreational opportunities and creative people.
Later that year, on August 25, 2012, in The Forks - Maine’s outdoor adventure mecca - the Maine Outdoor Film Festival came to life. The grass and picnic tables were packed with over 200 people, laughing and gasping as the big screen lit up with local adventurers' storytelling. Nearby, a bonfire blazed while local craft beer and sandwiches satisfied the palettes of attendees.
Now, the MOFF is an annual event, complete with its own magazine and the MOFF Selects Tour.

ORGANIZERS
Nick Callanan (Festival Registrar) ; Nick Callanan (Festival Registrar) ; Nick Callanan (Festival Registrar) ; Nick Callanan (Festival Registrar) ; Nick Callanan (Festival Registrar)

GENERAL RULES
Must be an outdoor film.
See length-requirements under category descriptions.
Please tell a story.
You must have legal rights and/or permission to use all music. No exceptions.
Preference given to Maine-made or Maine-shot films.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Must be an outdoor film. See length-requirements under categories below. Preference will be given to films which tell a story (i.e. kayak/ski porn has to be real good to make it). Films and filmmakers DO NOT have to from Maine. Please submit a 1280 x 720 .mov file delivered via dropbox or DVD. You must have legal rights and/or permission to use all music. No exceptions.