THE OFFICIAL DRAMA CLUB FILM FESTIVAL ENTRY FORM This page must accompany all submissions. Group name (if any) : Group members’ name(s) : : : : : : : : Contact person: Contact phone number: Contact email: Movie Title: Genre (if any): Movie Length: __ minutes Movie format: ______ Anything else : (comments) Sign here to indicate that you accept the rules and terms (as explained on next page)… I/WE, the below signed, agree to the terms of the film festival rules outlined on the next page Group member’s name Group member’s signature Date THE OFFICIAL DRAMA CLUB FILM FESTIVAL RULES The following are rules regarding the content of films. 1. Films should not depict illegal activities except as dramatizations 2. Films should not depict activities contrary to SDSM&T’s guidelines 3. Films should not be obscene 4. Copyrighted material should only be used with permission If a film is found not compliant with these rules by the Drama Club, it can be removed from the competition. Materials submitted become property of the Drama Club, if you wish to have them returned to you, individual arrangements may be able to be made. You should keep a copy of your film. No guarantee is made or implied regarding the ultimate condition of submitted materials. In respect for other people/places/things and in respect to the law, submitters declare by submitting their film that they have the following: 1. Permission to show the film from all recognizable people depicted in the film. 2. Permission to shoot the film in locations shown in the film. 3. Permission to include any media, such as music, in the film. At present the film festival is only open to individuals or teams who have at least one member who is a student, staff member, faculty member, or who is otherwise affiliated with SDSM&T. The Drama Club can add to or change these rules at any time. HOW TO ENTER, DATES, AND OTHER GOOD STUFF The public showing for all films entered in the 2006 Drama Club Film Festival is tentatively scheduled for November 4th. The final submission deadline for all entries is set as Friday, October 23. There is at present no set entry fee for submission. There will likely be at least one award given out to the best film, as selected by popular choice at the public showing. Other awards may be added depending on funding, as well as the number and type of entries. A loosely enforces time limit of 15 minutes is suggested. (If a movie is longer than 15 minutes, it had better be one good film!). There is no minimum length. Entries, for example, may be as short as 30 seconds. Acceptable formats are formats that are commonly readable by most computers (such as Mpeg, avi, etc.) as well as DVD or videocassette tape formats. To enter, drop off your film and the completed form from the first page of this notice at Bob Faubert’s office in McLaury 204 (east end of the building) Contact Amanda Prines (firstname.lastname@example.org), Film Festival coordinator, or Jason Neitzert (email@example.com), Drama Club president, with any questions.
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