Call for Entries!
Utah filmmakers are invited to submit their short work (less than 10 minutes encouraged) to the 14th Annual Filmmakers Showcase, presented by Park City Film. Selected entries will be shown on the big screen at the Jim Santy Auditorium on November 21, 2019.
This year’s Filmmakers Showcase will comprise of an evening of short films following by a reception for artists and attendees. We accept entries from artists around the state in an effort to celebrate the talent of all Utah filmmakers and create opportunities for collaboration and networking within the film making community.
The submission deadline for the Filmmakers Showcase is Friday, October 18, 2019.
Technical Specifications for Submissions:
A running time of 10 minutes or under is encouraged. Longer work will be considered but shorter pieces have a better chance of being included in the program. Consider screening a clip of edited scenes if you have a longer project. It is also a requirement that at least one member of the filmmaking team attend the Showcase on November 21st to represent the work.
We accept digital submissions only. Resolution should be a minimum of 720p. Please email a Vimeo link and password, or digital file via Dropbox, or other file sharing program, to BOTH Monika Guendner and Jill Orschel. Please put five seconds of black in front of your content, and 10 seconds of black at the end of it. Include your name, title of project, running time and contact information in your email with your digital link.
Video formats we accept: Apple ProRes 422, Apple ProRes 4444, .DCP, QuickTime Movie (.mov), MPEG-4 (.mp4, .m4v), MPEG-2 (OS X Lion or later), MPEG-1, AVCHD (OS X Mountain Lion only), AVI and DV.
For more information contact Showcase Director, Jill Orschel, at:
jillorschel at gmail.com
About the Filmmakers Showcase
Now in its 14th year, the Filmmakers Showcase was created by Park City-based filmmaker Jill Orschel and is presented by Park City Film as part of the Made in Utah Film Series. The intent of the program is to foster emerging talent, provide a venue for works in progress, and cultivate and support the film making community in Utah. The Filmmakers Showcase is presented with support from the Utah Film Commission.
About Park City Film
Park City Film is Summit County’s only nonprofit Art House Cinema. A Park City staple since 1995, Park City Film presents a curated selection of independent, foreign and documentary films and we program post-screening Q&A’s and panel discussions as a means to deepen the community dialogue around the issues raised by the films we show. Our vision is to use film as a medium to entertain, inspire and educate our patrons, helping Summit County remain a well informed and engaged mountain community. Our mission is to create community through film.