1st Annual

The Visual Radio Network Festival

April 29, 2016 to May 01, 2016

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WHERE MEDIA MEETS STUDIOS
c/o VJTV NETWORK
8393 CAPWELL DRIVE #150
OAKLAND CA 94621
USA
Phone: (510) 228-5355
chioke@vjtvnetwork.com
http://vjtvnetwork.com

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Web/New Media Series
Web/New Media Series:
Film and/or video that is designed to be a part of an episodic series. Submit only one episode that best represents your show.
Short Film
Narrative short length films, fiction, and/or fictionalized accounts of historical events with a runtime of under 40 minutes.
Feature Film
Narrative feature length films, fiction, fictionalized accounts of historical events with a runtime greater than 40 minutes.
Music Videos
Films that are created to showcase a song or songs utilizing visual imagery produced for promotional and artistic purposes. Runtime must not exceed 10 minutes.
Documentary
Non-fiction films documenting aspects of reality including biographies, human rights, education, economic, entertainment, labor, law, religion, politics, science, travel, and more.
Television Series/Special
Short or feature length films that cover the genres of: episodic series, documentaries, talk show, sports, travel, experimental, animated, health, science, family entertainment, news, musical and concert series, historical biographies, that were created and designed to be screened on broadcast television and digital distribution.
Experimental
Films using non-traditional narrative, filming techniques, editing, and sound.
International
Films that are fictional, non-fictional, documentary, animated, experimental, musical, or web/television series that were created and filmed in locations outside of the United States. All runtimes are accepted. All non-english speaking films must have subtitles in english.
Animation
Films that are created using traditional and/or digital techniques, including stop motion, and films that also contain live action along with animation. Motion comics created with computer or using traditional techniques are also accepted

MISSION & OBJECTIVE

The Visual Radio Television Festival's purpose is to celebrate the best in independent television, web series, feature and short length films, animation music videos, and creators from around the globe.

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

The Visual Radio Television Festival will be a live event screening for the filmmakers and the general public on Friday April 29th, 2016. Selected films and videos will also be broadcast on television, on the VJTV Network throughout Sacramento, on Comcast cable channel 90 on the dates of April 30th, and May 1st, 2016.

VJTV The Visual Radio Network focuses on achievements through film/television, music, entertainment, business, history, and other endeavors. VJTV covers a variety of events including the Academy Awards, BET Awards, Billboard Music Awards, Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame Awards, California Music Awards and many other presentations. One of VJTV's main interest is to showcase talent and also create an avenue for anyone who is dedicated to their craft. Hosting interviews, contests, music videos, and original television programming fusing entertainment with educational and informational material that can benefit our viewers. In our history we've accomplished many of our goals and have earned the respect of our peers. Dedication to great film and television programming is due to the support we receive from the entertainment industry, sponsors, viewers, and anyone whom believes in our projects.

ORGANIZERS

Chioke Jelani Clanton (Festival Registrar); Chioke Jelani Clanton (Festival Registrar); James C. Earl-Rockefeller, III (VJTV NETWORK Executive Producer)

GENERAL RULES

Submit your film early for the lowest rates and early acceptance qualification. All genres are encouraged to apply!! Filmmakers and content creators are allowed to submit more than one film/video project, but must pay additional submission entry fees. The Visual Radio Network Festival proudly accepts entries via Withoutabox.com, the world's best online submission platform. Click to submit with Withoutabox.

If your film/video is selected for screening please be prepared to provide a press kit including a poster, still photographs, a trailer, synopsis, links, and cast/crew information.

If your film/video is selected we reserve the right to use images or videos solely for marketing and promotional purposes for the visual Radio Network Festival.

All filmmakers must complete the Submission Entry Form. Submission fee payments must be made in U.S. currency, and paid by Credit Card, Bank Check, or Money Order Entry fees must be made payable to: VJTV.
We accept submissions in the forms of digital downloads, flash drives, external hard drives, and DVD. Any hard copy submissions mailed will not be returned. Please print and include the Submission Entry Form with your film along with submission fee. Be sure to email: chioke@vjtvntwork.com once you have submitted your film either online or by mail. Submission fees are non-refundable. Hard copy submissions can be mailed to:

WHERE MEDIA MEETS
Attn: VJTV NETWORK
8393 Capwell Drive, Ste #150
Oakland, CA 94621
United States

All content in your film/video must be owned by the filmmaker, or you must have expressed written permission to use for exhibition.

Categories:

Web/New Media Series:
Film and/or video that is designed to be a part of an episodic series. Submit only one episode that best represents your show.

Short Film:
Narrative short length films, fiction, and/or fictionalized accounts of historical events with a runtime of under 40 minutes.

Feature Film:
Narrative feature length films, fiction, fictionalized accounts of historical events with a runtime greater than 40 minutes.

Documentary:
Non-fiction films documenting aspects of reality including biographies, human rights, education, economic, entertainment, labor, law, religion, politics, science, travel, and more.

Animation:
Films that are created using traditional and/or digital techniques, including stop motion, and films that also contain live action along with animation. Motion comics created with computer or using traditional techniques are also accepted.

Experimental:
Films using non-traditional narrative, filming techniques, editing, and sound.

Music Video:
Films that are created to showcase a song or songs utilizing visual imagery produced for promotional and artistic purposes. Runtime must not exceed 10 minutes.

International Film:
Films that are fictional, non-fictional, documentary, animated, experimental, musical, or web/television series that were created and filmed in locations outside of the United States. All runtimes are accepted. All non-english speaking films must have subtitles in english.

Television Series/Special:
Short or feature length films that cover the genres of: episodic series, documentaries, talk show, sports, travel, experimental, animated, health, science, family entertainment, news, musical and concert series, historical biographies, that were created and designed to be screened on broadcast television and digital distribution.

Winning filmmakers will be notified of acceptance into the Visual Radio Television Network Festival by email on April 2nd, 2016. Any questions regarding The Visual Radio Network Television Festival, and the VJTV Network, please Email Festival Director, and VJTV Network Director of Programming and Production Supervisor Chioke Jelani Clanton at: chioke@vjtvnetwork.com


TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Submit your film early for the lowest rates and early acceptance qualification. All genres are encouraged to apply!! Filmmakers and content creators are allowed to submit more than one film/video project, but must pay additional submission entry fees. The Visual Radio Network Festival proudly accepts entries via Withoutabox.com, the world's best online submission platform. Click to submit with Withoutabox.

If your film/video is selected for screening please be prepared to provide a press kit including a poster, still photographs, a trailer, synopsis, links, and cast/crew information.

If your film/video is selected we reserve the right to use images or videos solely for marketing and promotional purposes for the visual Radio Network Festival.

All filmmakers must complete the Submission Entry Form. Submission fee payments must be made in U.S. currency, and paid by Credit Card, Bank Check, or Money Order Entry fees must be made payable to: VJTV.
We accept submissions in the forms of digital downloads, flash drives, external hard drives, and DVD. Any hard copy submissions mailed will not be returned. Please print and include the Submission Entry Form with your film along with submission fee. Be sure to email: chioke@vjtvntwork.com once you have submitted your film either online or by mail. Submission fees are non-refundable. Hard copy submissions can be mailed to:

WHERE MEDIA MEETS
Attn: VJTV NETWORK
8393 Capwell Drive, Ste #150
Oakland, CA 94621
United States

All content in your film/video must be owned by the filmmaker, or you must have expressed written permission to use for exhibition.

Categories:

Web/New Media Series:
Film and/or video that is designed to be a part of an episodic series. Submit only one episode that best represents your show.

Short Film:
Narrative short length films, fiction, and/or fictionalized accounts of historical events with a runtime of under 40 minutes.

Feature Film:
Narrative feature length films, fiction, fictionalized accounts of historical events with a runtime greater than 40 minutes.

Documentary:
Non-fiction films documenting aspects of reality including biographies, human rights, education, economic, entertainment, labor, law, religion, politics, science, travel, and more.

Animation:
Films that are created using traditional and/or digital techniques, including stop motion, and films that also contain live action along with animation. Motion comics created with computer or using traditional techniques are also accepted.

Experimental:
Films using non-traditional narrative, filming techniques, editing, and sound.

Music Video:
Films that are created to showcase a song or songs utilizing visual imagery produced for promotional and artistic purposes. Runtime must not exceed 10 minutes.

International Film:
Films that are fictional, non-fictional, documentary, animated, experimental, musical, or web/television series that were created and filmed in locations outside of the United States. All runtimes are accepted. All non-english speaking films must have subtitles in english.

Television Series/Special:
Short or feature length films that cover the genres of: episodic series, documentaries, talk show, sports, travel, experimental, animated, health, science, family entertainment, news, musical and concert series, historical biographies, that were created and designed to be screened on broadcast television and digital distribution.

Winning filmmakers will be notified of acceptance into the Visual Radio Television Network Festival by email on April 2nd, 2016. Any questions regarding The Visual Radio Network Television Festival, and the VJTV Network, please Email Festival Director, and VJTV Network Director of Programming and Production Supervisor Chioke Jelani Clanton at: chioke@vjtvnetwork.com