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05-Mar-2015 3:59am PDT  

 

Daytona Beach 2050

1 Annual October 29, 2015 to November 01, 2015

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International
Film
Video
Short
Feature
Competition
Film Market
Submit Online
PO Box 1105
Daytona Beach FL 32115
USA
Phone: (386)871-7873
stephanie@koralisentertainment.com
http://www.

DECISIONS ALREADY MADE • This event has already made decisions and notified submitters for the current cycle. Submissions are no longer being accepted.

Student Film
Films competing in the Student Film category may not have a total run time longer than 20 minutes. Any student-made film exceeding a 20 minute TRT must be entered in a separate category and is subject to the entry fees of that category.
Sci-Fy
Short and Feature films containing original content and characters (No Fan Films) with themes and or settings specific to science fiction and/or fantasy. These films must be works of fiction. Mockumentary format is approved for this category, however actual documentaries should not be submitted in this category.
Fan Films
Music/Experimental

MISSION & OBJECTIVE
Daytona Beach 2050 breaks barriers between the audience and the screen with diverse multi-genre programming, immersive activities, and interactive components putting the "FUN" back into film festivals!

The new list of 10 competition categories includes traditional Genre categories as well as Student Films and Fan Films. Filmmakers will enjoy an array of activities created especially for them in addition to opportunities to relax, kick off their shoes and enjoy our beautiful new beachfront location!



ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Relaunched in 2015 with a new name, and a new venue, the former Daytona Beach Film Festival is embracing its 'Fun Coast' reputation with a three-day celebration merging a Film Festival with a Comic Convention and competitive Gaming into one world - Daytona Beach 2050.

Filmmakers will have unique opportunities to network, share their films and browse the Film Expo - a vendor experience geared specifically toward meeting the needs of Indie Auteurs.

Since we know how much work goes into making, screening and promoting a film, we're also ready to spoil our filmmakers with parties and special events at our new BEACHFRONT venue!

Submitting to the festival grants the right to Daytona Beach 2050 to utilize an excerpt from any film submitted and accepted for exhibition for promotional purposes associated with this program and festival.


ORGANIZERS
Stephanie Mason-Teague (Co-Director ) ; Stephanie Mason-Teague (Co-Director ) ; Stephanie Mason-Teague (Co-Director )

GENERAL RULES
DVDs, Blu-Rays or digital submissions only

Films not in English must be sub-titled in English.

ABSOLUTELY NO WORKS IN PROGRESS - FINISHED EDITS ONLY.

Florida Features are films made in the state of Florida.

Student films must have been made when filmmaker was a student; your Withoutabox online project details must include the name of the school you were attending when this film was made; include a copy of your student ID when sending in your film.



TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Persons submitting films must agree to be the rightful owner of the work submitted and owner of all rights and releases necessary for public screening. Further that the film is not subject to any litigation nor is any litigation threatened and to be entirely liable for any claims that may occur as a result of screening or publicizing the film. Daytona Beach 2050 is hereby granted the right to utilize an excerpt from any film submitted and accepted for exhibition for promotional purposes associated with this program. 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 Daytona Beach2050 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 projects entered.