From Rosa at GFF:
The Greenpoint Film Festival was a great success last year. Now on its second year it has expanded and is open to submissions. Our “expanded” Environmental section is particularly interested in films, video, and footage in general which speaks directly or indirectly to the current environmental issues of our time, and/or this neighborhood. We will reach out to all audiences that include film audiences, as well as schools and environmental groups.
GFF is accepting features and shorts in all categories: narrative, documentary, experimental, and animation in digital and 16MM formats.
The extended environmental section will be screened at the same time as the rest of the festival, comprised of curated programs and new works. Please check our website www.greenpointfilmfestival.
orgto view last year’s program. Your work can be submitted through our submissions section on the website above, or directly to me by sending an inquiry email.
Deadlines & Fees
Regular deadline: April 3, 2012
Shorts( Features(≥50 minutes) $30
Late deadline: May 3, 2012