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Festival Events

The Maui Film Festival

By Guest (not verified) | Wednesday, May 31, 2000 at 11:00am
Begins: May 31, 2000

The Maui Film Festival highlights life-affirming and compassionate features, shorts, documentaries animation and screenplays. Festival venues include under-the-stars Celestial Cinema, the 1,200 seat state-of-the-art Castle Theater and the oceanside open-air SandDance Theater. Special events will include Silversword Lifetime Achievement Award, filmmakers panels, Spirit of Aloha Audience Awards, a midnight VIP cruise, Taste of Wailea and opening/closing galas.

Festival Events

Large Format Cinema Festival

By Guest (not verified) | Wednesday, May 17, 2000 at 11:00am
Begins: May 17, 2000

LFCA 2000 will mark the the Large Format Cinema Association's 4th annual Conference and 3rd annual Large Format Film Festival. The competition is open to all member of the international large format industry. The Festival highlights new and classic works in 15/70 and 8/70, an historical tribute to a pioneer of the large format film industry, and a closing gala featuring a 5/70 Hollywood widescreen classic. The Conference will feature panels, technical sessions, historical tributes, awards, and a keynote presentation.

Animation Events

Outer Limits

By Guest (not verified) | Tuesday, May 16, 2000 at 11:00am
Begins: May 16, 2000

The New York Animation Festival, in collaboration with Video Lounge, presents Outer Limits, an international series of short animation, experimental, narrative and documentary film and video. Outer Limits will present a vast array of independent and innovative work from more than a dozen countries. An international program featuring animated films by Amy Kravitz (ROOST AND THE TRAP), Dana Behrman (PIGLATIN), Avi Katz (LAST WALTZ IN NEW YORK) and Sylvie Bringas and Orly Yadim (SILENCE) will be held on May 16 at 7:30 pm and May 18 at 9:30 pm.

Awards Events

Canada's Golden Sheaf Awards

By Guest (not verified) | Thursday, May 11, 2000 at 11:00am
Begins: May 11, 2000

Golden Sheaf Awards or the Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival offer awards in various categories which include Children's Production, Documentray Over 30 Minutes, Documentray Under 30 Minutes, and Drama Under 60 minutes. Films must be 16mm, BETACAM, BETACAM SP NTSC or VHS NTSC. The entry fee for the competition is CA$100. All films entered must have been completed between March 13, 1999 and February 10, 2000.

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First Roma Cinema Web Festival

By Guest (not verified) | Tuesday, May 2, 2000 at 11:00am
Begins: May 2, 2000

This Festival has six categories: features, shorts, TV fiction, cartoons, shorts and documentaries. One panel of judges will be composed of show business and communications professionals and the other by Internet users. The winning works will be presented on the Website for the rest of the year; the works that are not selected for the festival will be presented on-line for a limited period of time immediately after the event.

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2nd World Film Festival of Bangkok

By Guest (not verified) | Tuesday, November 30, 1999 at 11:00am
Begins: November 30, 1999

The 2nd World Film Festival is the annual festival held from 15 - 24 October 2004 at EGV Metropolis Bangkok Thailand. More than 80 films worldwide is participating and the competition is for the Harvest of talents awards in Best Picture, Best Script, Best Art Direction, Special Jury Prize Award and People Choice. Pls. visit

Films Events

Cries For Peace Short Film And Photography Competition

By Guest (not verified) | Tuesday, November 30, 1999 at 11:00am
Begins: November 30, 1999

The Cries for Peace competition invites you to enter your pictures or short film for the chance of winning an Award and recognition for your work. The competition aims to collect positive expressions of peace. Selected images collected will be showcased as part of the London Week of Peace 2008 and the winner will be chosen by a public vote August 15-September 9, 2008. The competition aims to be a positive response to the far too many unfortunate stories in the media about young people and crime, particularly violent crime leading to fatalities.