Just the FAQs, Please...
When is the next festival?
November 29th - November 30th, 2013.
Where do I send my film?
Send your film along with the completed entry form and entry fee to:
Nevada International Film Festival
10795 West Twain Avenue, Suite 100
Las Vegas, Nevada 89135
We also accept digitally submitted entries to email@example.com.
What are the deadlines?
Early Bird - February 28, 2013
Regular Deadline – May 31, 2013
Late Deadline – August 31, 2013
Extended Deadline - October 20, 2013
What is the submission fee?
Early Bird - Short: $30 / Feature: $35
Deadline - Short: $35 / Feature: $40
Late Deadline - Short: $40 / Feature: $45
Extended Deadline - Short: $55 / Feature: $60
Early Bird - $30
Deadline - $35
Late Deadline - $40
Extended Deadline - $55
What are the categories of films accepted?
We accepts films of all categories including, but not limited to: feature, documentary, short, animated, experimental, student, Nevada, television pilots, screenplays, musicals, and music videos of any genre, length or form.
Is there a student fee?
Students may subtract $10 from their entry fee. Please include a photocopy of your student ID.
Do you accept rough cuts/work-in-progress?
Yes, we will review and consider rough cuts and works-in-progress.
Does my film need to be a World Premiere?
A film does not have to be a premiere to play in the festival.
When will I find out if my film is accepted?
We notify filmmakers if they are accepted about one month prior to the festival.
How am I eligible for the Nevada Filmmakers section?
A film is eligible for our Nevada Filmmakers section if any of the key filmmakers (director, writer, producer, lead actor) currently lives in Nevada, was born in the state, or if the film was primarily shot in the state. Your film will be considered for all of the festival’s sections though.
What are the acceptable screening / exhibition formats for your festival?
For the submission process, we can screen DVD’s (Region 0 or 1), video files like .mov and .mpeg, or view your film on an external site such as YouTube. During the festival, we can screen on video including DVD and BluRay.