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The Redemptive Film Festival is an international film festival aimed at providing a forum for filmmakers (professionals or students), to showcase and be rewarded for their work on themes that depict the redemptive purposes of God, either through human beings or supernatural occurrences; and to participate in the process of redeeming and empowering victims of modern day slavery.
Now in its sixth year, the Redemptive Film Festival is a leading competition for family friendly films. Films can be of any genre and need not be overtly religious, nor draw conclusions. The exception to this rule is our exclusive "Distinctly Gospel" category.
All entries which meet the Redemptive Film Festival's strict standards of excellence will receive the Redemptive Storyteller Award.
Redemptive Storyteller Award winners will receive a parchment certificate to commemorate their success. You may choose to commemorate your success by purchasing our distinctive Redemptive Storyteller Award Trophy (see picture). The trophy was crafted by RS Owens, which has been producing elegant awards and gifts for more than 60 years.
Open to the public
Any redemptive film, religious or not
DVD (PAL or NTSC), Blu-Ray
What are the 2011 entry fees?
Submission fees are as follows:
Earlybird (March 11)
Student Fee - $25
Professional/DG Fee - $40
Regular Deadline (May 6)
Student Fee - $30
Professional/DG Fee - $45
Late Deadline (July 29)
Student Fee - $35
Professional/DG (up to 89 mins) - $50
Professional/DG (90+ mins) - $60
WAB Extended Deadline (August 26)
Student Fee - $50
Professional/DG (up to 89 mins) - $65,
Professional/DG (90+ mins) - $75
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