Indie Week’s companion film program, the Reel Indie Film Festival (RiFF) is pleased to announce that submissions for the 2014 edition are now open. Filmmakers are invited to submit their films at www.reelindiefilmfest.com/submissions
RiFF offers filmmakers and musicians a one of a kind place to screen their films and network with industry professionals. “Selected films will capture music’s cultural and emotional impact,” says acclaimed producer and RiFF Executive Director, Avi Federgreen (One Week, Still Mine, Moon Point). “Last year we were fortunate enough to receive amazing films, which showcased a variety of musical tales both narrative and documentary. We are thrilled to see what filmmakers have in store for us this year.”
Successful submissions will be showcased before public and industry audiences October 14 – 19, 2014 in Toronto, a filmmaker’s mecca and media launch pad for some of the industry’s brightest young talent. RiFF is seeking films inspired by music in all its forms, films showcasing music and music makers and the rock and roll lifestyle.
Filmmakers are invited to submit independent short films, music videos, feature films or documentaries that are related to music, and were completed between January 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014.
· Films must have been completed between January 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014
· Short Films must have a running time of no longer than 30 minutes
· Music Videos must have a running time of no more than 5 minutes
· Feature Films must have a runtime of 70 minutes or longer
· Documentary Films must have a running time of 50 minutes or longer
· Films in a language other than English must be subtitled in English
· All submissions must be music themed films
Forward all submissions to https://www.withoutabox.com/login/12694 or www.reelindiefilmfest.com/submissions, no later than June 30, 2014.
For more information about RiFF, visit http://reelindiefilmfest.com
About REEL INDIE FILM FESTIVAL
Reel Indie Film Festival (RiFF) is an independent film festival with a focus on music-related content. Launched in 2013 as part of the 10th anniversary of Indie Week. RiFF seeks to cover the gamut of musical inspiration, and to support filmmakers’ music-oriented stories, using music as a platform for one’s thoughts and beliefs. Films that capture the essence of a band or song. www.reelindiefilmfest.com
About Indie Week:
Indie Week is an independent music festival founded in Toronto in 2003. Since its inception, Indie Week has grown to support 200+ bands from all over the world. The festival expanded to international waters with Indie Week Ireland in 2007. www.indieweek.com