This is it. Your last chance. May 17th is our Extended Deadline and then it is too late. So, submit today. Get your submission info and fee into withoutabox.com and we are set. It is OK for your film to show up a few days later as long as everything is in withoutabox by midnight tomorrow. Don’t delay. All the info you need is at http://filmfest.dragoncon.org/submit-to-the-festival/.
OK Filmmakers, you know how this works. Festivals have a deadline, a late deadline, and an extended deadline. We’re at that last one. Yes, you can still submit, but this is your last chance. All the details are here. Don’t let the 17th pass you by.
Today is our late submission deadline. Get your information into WAB before midnight (films can reach the office later as long as everything else is done on withoutabox.com today).
Only two more days. Don’t miss your chance to be part of the Dragon*Con Independent Short Film Festival. Get your info and submission fee into withoutabox.com before the end of May 10th, and you are golden. Do it now, before the world ends.
Submitting Filmmakers: You do not need to check with us to see if your disk arrived. If your disk fails to make it to us, we will let you know. We would never just forget about it. I can’t imagine that any festival would. If we don’t receive your disk, or anything else, we will contact you.
OK, so you missed the regular deadline. No problem, you can still submit your film with just a $5 change in the submission fee. Our late deadline is May 10, so mark that on your calender, or better yet, submit today.
It’s deadline time. You’ve still got time, so submit. Just fill in the info on Withoutabox.com by midnight tonight. Don’t miss your chance to be part of the Dragon*Con Independent Short Film Festival.
One of the Dragon*Con Film Festival’s own has a kickstarter campaign going for a documentary project in Uganda. Take a look: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/682285682/the-aurora-project-part-1
A nice showing of Dragon*Con folks at JordanCon. An excellent convention. If you are in the Atlanta area, come on out tomorrow.
It’s that time. The 2013 Dragon*Con Independent Short Film Festival is open for submissions. The festival begins on 30th in Atlanta GA.
We focus each year on showcasing the finest independent short films of the fantastic. We welcome not only Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror films, but any film of the imagination. This includes Mysteries, Thrillers, Film Noirs, Comedies, Alt Lifestyle, Magical Realism, Surrealistic films, and most dramas, just to name a few, as well as short animated films of all types. We take narrative shorts as well as documentaries. We also accept a limited number of features.
Early Bird Deadline: March 1, 2013
For everything you need to submit, look at http://filmfest.dragoncon.org/submit-to-the-festival/
Sam Koji Hale, a past Dragon*Con Film Festival award winner and an amazing filmmaker, has a Kickstarter campaign for his new film: Monster of the Sky. Take a look, and support the future of filmmaking: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/538185773/monster-of-the-sky-a-mythic-tale-of-love-and-reven
We had the first Dragon*Con directors meeting for the 2013 show today. It has begun…
We’re always thrilled when one of the films in the festival gets distribution and this film was a lot of fun. So, pick up a copy, or three.
In their words:
2011 Dragon*Con award winner The Millennium Bug is finally available to own in the US and Canada!
To get the official DVD release (autographed by director Ken Cran) for ONLY $19.98 INCLUDING SHIPPING, use coupon code FESTIVAL at: http://MBugMovie.com/store1
If you order by 12/17, they promise to get it to you before Christmas Day.
While you’re waiting for your DVD to arrive, feast your eyes on the killer new trailer from their distributor:
We are happy to announce that four of our festival films will be getting additional screenings at Dragon*Con.
Doctor Glamour will screen in Alt History at 10:00pm on Saturday.
Re:Play-Girls will screen in Silk Road at 10:30pm on Saturday
How could you possibly miss the world premiere of the sci-fi comedy, “Rock Jocks” starring Felicia Day, Robert Picardo, and Andrew Bowen? Dragon*Con Film Festival. Sun 8:30 pm. Regency VI – VII.
Don’t forget the final Dragon*Con all staff meeting tomorrow…*looks at watch*…well, today.
We are proud to announce the films selected for the 2012 Dragon*Con Independent Film Festival. Detailed descriptions coming soon.
2009: A Spacebat Odyssey (dir: Barry Munden )
88:88 (dir: Joey Ciccoline )
A Deed Without A Name (dir: Martin Vavra )
A Life (dir: Justin Colautti )
A Light In The Darkness (dir: Fed Wetherbee )
Baby-Sitting (dir: Lucas Masson )
Blood On The Game Dice (dir: Daniel Knight )
Caterpillar (dir: David Field )
Cats In Space (dir: Robert Dastoli, James Dastoli )
Cedric & Hope (dir: Pierce Davison )
Chosen (dir: Aaron Pagniano )
D.N.E.: Do Not Erase (dir: Matthew Campagna )
Dark Vessel (dir: Rocky Curby )
Dead Lions (dir: Michael Bennett Smith )
Deadpool: A Typical Tuesday (dir: Keith Brooks )
Devil Board (dir: William Bazyl Dripps )
Devoted To The Dark Side (dir: Adam Ruckersfeldt )
Divination (dir: JT Seaton )
Doctor Glamour (dir: Andrew Jones )
Elfquest: A Fan Imagining (dir: Stephanie Thorpe, Paula Rhodes )
Eva Of The Succubi (dir: Brian Love )
Felix Graves (dir: Jeff Meyers, Keith Jefferies )
Fisher (dir: Yoram Benz )
Flight Of The Melvin (dir: Paul Denigris )
Giant Mushrooms (dir: Michael O’donnell )
Harvey (dir: Drew Giles )
How To Get To Candybar (dir: Matt August )
How To Kill Your Clone (dir: Jack Mcwilliams )
Imminent Danger! (dir: Alana Mcnair )
Inner City (dir: Alain Fournier )
Jess Archer Vs. The Ex (dir: Amy Taylor )
Killer Sperm From Deep Space (dir: Michael Moseley )
Life After Death (dir: Patrick Peacock )
Life Life In In Space Space (dir: Tyson Persall )
Long Days (dir: Adam Keleman )
Lookout, Science (dir: David Frame, Matt Bockelman )
Madly In Love (dir: Yfke Van Berckelaer )
Mr. Foley (dir: Mike Ahern, Enda Loughman )
Nailbiter (dir: Patrick Rea )
Ninja Sex Party – Dinosaur Laser Fight (dir: Jim Turner )
No Rest For The Wicked (dir: Ryan Schifrin )
Old Man Cabbage (dir: Raymond Carr )
Opening Day (dir: Caitlin Shirts )
Owen’s Hobby (dir: Zachary Burke )
Pac-Man (dir: Brad Cannady )
Perceptio (dir: Brendan Gabriel Murphy )
Pillow Fight (dir: Chris Wilson )
Psycho Therapy (dir: Lucas Cody Garcia )
Re:Play-Girls (dir: Yuki Saito )
Remote Control (dir: Matthew Mcgahren )
Reverse Parthenogenesis (dir: Javier Grillo-Marxuach )
Scrap Metal (dir: Anthony Straus )
Secret Life Of Objects – Outhouse (dir: Nathan Jones )
Serene Valley (dir: Justin Lewis )
Shoreditch Slayer (dir: Simon Levene )
Skyrim: To Lydia With Love (dir: Kristen Nedopak, Dane Storrusten )
Souvenir (dir: Rachel Morgan )
Strange Frame: Love & Sax (dir: G.B. Hajim )
Stuffed (dir: Gabby Egito )
Swoosh! (dir: Sabina Sattar )
Taste (dir: Sydney Raye Smith )
Tennis (dir: Darren Herczeg )
The Field Of Vision (dir: Siri Rodnes )
The Guided Tour (dir: Martine Asselin )
The Keeper (dir: Chris St.Croix )
The Narrative Of Victor Karloch (dir: Kevin Mcturk )
The Old Man And The Old Woman (dir: Basia Goszczynska )
The Passage (dir: Fabien Montagner )
The Post-Lifers (dir: Greg Kovacs )
The Price (dir: James St. Vincent, Zeke Pinheiro )
The Quiz (dir: Daryl A. Moon )
The Stolen (dir: Karen Lam )
Think For Yourself (dir: Joseph Nanni )
Til Death (dir: Philip Chidel )
Tilting At Skyscrapers (dir: Benjamin Pitts )
To Catch A Predator (dir: Wes Eastin )
Transfers (dir: Chuck Hartsell )
Trysts (dir: Stephen Sherwood )
Twisted (dir: Norbert Keil )
Voodoo Sex Talk: The Wang (dir: Norm Fassbender )
Voodoo Sex Talk: The Costumes (dir: Norm Fassbender )
Vivienne Again (dir: Kim Garland )
Voyage Trekkers (dir: Nathan Blackwell )
Werewolf In A Girls Sorority (dir: Andy Mogren )
When The Zombies Come (dir: Jonathan Hurst )
White Room: 02b3 (dir: Greg Aronowitz )
Whom God Helps (dir: Louis Mansfield )
Wilt (dir: Daniel Vogelmann )
Wish (dir: Norman Tumolva )
Zero Killed (dir: Michal Kosakowski )
Zing (dir: Kyra Buschor & Cynthia Collins )