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8th San Francisco Sex Workers Film and Arts Festival

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San Francisco Sex Workers Film and Arts Festival in 2013.

Information below is wikified from their site.

Qualifying Entries

  • Films and videos must be:
    1. directed or produced by someone who has worked in the sex industries or
    2. about any aspect of sex work.
  • Please note: We are interested in art, experimental work, music videos, narratives, documentaries and all works that challenge conventional stereotypes and stigma regarding prostitution and other forms of sex work.
  • Upon filmmakers consent, all such works will be included in our location-based library of films about sex work, available for researchers and activists. If your work does not fit into these categories, please don't submit it.

Entry form

Please see here

Deadline

Entries may be sent on an ongoing basis. The deadline for the 2013 Festival is February 15, 2013, however later entries will be considered. (Please email us and let us know you sent it, or send us a link to the online video.) The festival will take place in the late Spring of 2013 (Dates TBA). The festival also sponsors ongoing screenings at festivals around the world and we accept work on an ongoing basis. Call 415-751-1659.

Entry Fees

A separate entry fee and application form is needed for each work. The entry fees are: $10.00 for the first film or video, and $5.00 for each additional film or video.

Checks or money orders should be in U.S. funds. Entry fees will be waived based on financial need upon request. Fees are waived for makers in developing countries with no access to Sterling or US dollar currencies.

Formats

Screening

NTSC DVD or links to online videos (preferred), miniDV , or Film-16 or 35mm (by special arrangement only)

Preview

DVD and web links for viewing online (Preferred!). Also accepting NTSC videotape, miniDV.

Language

Foreign language film and video should be made available with the original language soundtrack and English subtitles, however we will consider works in that have not been subtitled.

Judging

Entries will be reviewed by a panel of sex worker film/video makers.

Mailing Information

Include address label on both tape and container. All submissions must be shipped prepaid and packed in proper containers to arrive at the Sex Worker Fest offices no later than 2 weeks before the festival or other screening dates (to be announced). DO NOT send films for preview. Do not send submissions in fiber-filled envelopes, as the dust damages equipment.

If a film is invited to participate, the film must be shipped prepaid, insured and packed in proper containers. The San Francisco Sex Worker Festival will be responsible for return shipping charges for 16 and 35mm films. The Sex Worker Fest will not pay for international shipping for domestic films (USA). The Sex Worker Fest does not assume any liability for damage to prints due to improper containers or otherwise. 16 mm and 35 mm films (only) in our possession will be insured against damage or loss while participating in the festival.

Upon acceptance, film cassettes and videos sent from outside the United States must be accompanied by a commercial invoice or b&w, value of shipment and sender's name and address. Cassettes should be marked: 'For Festival Screening Only.'

Publicity Materials

Materials (photos, pict files, etc.) of films and videos selected for screening become the property of the Sex Worker Fest and can be used to promote The Sex Worker Fest and the programs of The Sex Worker Fest in all mediums including film, television, radio and the internet.

Contact

  • sexworkerfest@gmail.com

External link