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FOR DUBLIN AND TRI-VALLEY FILMMAKERS

REPORT ON
ArcFest!
A Dublin & Tri-Valley

NEW TALENT FILM SHOWCASE
SHOWN ON SATURDAY JUNE 9 2012

Hosted by ArcBound.com & DublinEdge.com

The barn at the Dublin Heritage Park

Artistic Director
Morgan Finley King

Assisting
Christina Gatterman

Technical directors
MacCartney Stevens
Johnathan Chandler
Brad Lorio

At ticket table

3 SHOWINGS

PHOTOS COMING SOON

The first film showcase by Dublin Edge (5th showcase by Arcbound) was success.
  • Filming - editing - acting all by local talent
  • Attended by 192 viewers over 3 showing times
  • 20 films shown
  • Pizza, dougnuts and softdrinks for all
  • Mitch Eason's media arts class submitted some great fillms
  • Other fine films submitted by others from around the valley
  • Raised $155 to start a bank account for DublinEdge.com

    The Board extends special thanks to Alex and John, on-site city employees who helped set up everything

    Also thanks extended to Mitch Eason for the loan of speakers, and to his Dublin High Media Arts which contributed 10 films.

    Other details

    • Screen created out of King-size sheet and wood dowels
    • Laptop and projector loaned by MorganKing Sr. (Old Morgan)
    • Key marketing done on FaceBook
    • For the third time the Times newspaper has ignored the event
    • Facilities made available by City of Dublin (thanks Ann Mottola!)
    • Soda, dougnuts and pizza supplies by Christina Gatterman
    • Mitch Eason loaned us his speakers

     

 

 


PHOTO GALLERY OF JUNE 9 2012 SHOWCASE


5 STEPS TO ENTER A FILM FOR THE JUNE 9 SHOWCASE:

1. Copy your film onto a DVD or flash drive

2. Make every effort to get your work submitted by May 20; films submitted after that may not permit sufficient for the Board to review prior to showing.

3. Clearly label the DVD or flash drive with your name and film title (felt tip pen o.k.)

4. There are two drop-off locations. Drop the device into the DROP BOX at the Dublin Public Library or at Dublin High School Room P6 (Mitch Eason's media arts classroom). Be sure to label it and also do the film submit form (see link below).

5. Fill in the FILM SUBMIT/REGISTRATION FORM online and hit "Submit" at the bottom of the form

6. If you plan to attend, or bring friends, reserve your seats ($5).

PAY $5 AT DOOR
CLICK HERE TO RESERVE A SEAT


GUIDELINES:

1. Film entrant must be primarily amateur film makers. This includes script-writing, film editing, camera work, acting, technical support, etc. A minimul degree of professional guidance or teaching is acceptable. For example, the film may be a project assigned in a media arts class.

3. The desired length is 10-15 minutes. CAN BE LONGER. May be as short as you want.

4. May be any category -

(fill out the FILM SUBMIT/REGISTRATION FORM ).

5. Content: There are 2 levels of content.

  • The Film Festival: for younger persons, no foul language, etc.
  • The Film Showcase: for older folks, may contain some adult language.

Content may be mature, but cannot be vulgar. In other words, curse words may be okay, but no "adult" sexual material, "hate" messages, or gratuitious and graphic violence. Subject to these rules the festival recognizes any producer's First Amendment right of Freedom of Speech.

6. Content should be in English but foreign language with sub-titles accepted.

7. Target deadline for submission is May 20.


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