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Documentaries Call for Entries - for United Nations Association Film Festival

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Documentaries Call for Entries - for United Nations Association Film Festival

The 12th annual United Nations Association Film Festival (UNAFF) will take place on October 17-25, 2009 at Stanford University, California.  This festival celebrates the power of international documentary films and videos dealing with human rights issues, environmental survival, protection of refugees, famine, homelessness, racism, disease control, women's issues, children, universal education, and war and peace.  Celebrating the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, we have chosen the theme  "Energy and the World."

Thesubmission deadline is June 1, 2009 and the fee is $25 for films up to 30 minutes and $35 for  longer ones.  Acceptable formats are 16mm and 35mm film; Beta SP, DVD, and PAL/NTSC.  Preview on 1/2" VHS (PAL/NTSC), DVD (NTSC region 0 or 1).  All lengths eligible.  There is also an early and late deadline (May 25th and June 9th respectively).

The following awards will be presented during the festival: UNAFF Grand Jury Award for the Best Long and Best Short Documentary, the Stanford Video Award for Cinematography and the Stanford Video Award for Editing.

Please submit screening materials and background info to:
UNAFF 2009
CERAS/CFLP, Room 125
Stanford University
10 Alvarado Row
Stanford, CA, 94305-3084

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