Flatland Film Festival cultivates an appreciation for film, video and digital moving-image expression. Based in Lubbock, Texas, Flatland Film Festival serves the citizens of this region and encourages artists working in this mode of expression.
Flatland Film Festival began in 2005 as a means of expanding the exposure of independent film in the region. With more than 300 people in attendance over this 1-1/2 day festival, the 2007 version is expected to be even larger. Besides exposure, festival organizers believed strongly that awards must be cash awards to encourage emerging filmmakers to continue their work.
Open to the public
Short films and videos, 20 minutes or under, are eligible for the festival competition. Foreign language films must be subtitled in English. Work must be have been completed after January 1, 2005.
Eligible formats for judging include DVD or VHS (NTSC only).
There are no entry fees associated with this festival
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