SUBMISSIONS OPEN FOR THE FIRST ANNUAL LEGLESSCORPSE FILM FESTIVAL Win $500 and a distribution option

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SUBMISSIONS OPEN FOR THE FIRST ANNUAL LEGLESSCORPSE FILM FESTIVAL
Win $500 and a distribution option

LeglessCorpse Films has announced it’s first annual Film Festival. The festival will take place April 23-24 in Someverville, AL at the Somerville Playhouse. All accepted submissions will be screened in front of a live audience during the two-day event. The event will include special screenings of Nathan Thomas Milliner’s A Wish For The Dead, Stephen Folker’s The Orange Man, and the North American premier of 60 Seconds To Die. Special guests will be announced soon.

Prizes (and more to come), Best short film will win $500 and a chance for the film to be featured on an anthology BluRay/DVD and VOD release, along with four runner-up shorts distributed by LeglessCorpse Films.

Best feature will be offered a distribution option with LeglessCorpse Films with BluRay/DVD and Major VOD release.

All category winners will win an official LeglessCorpse Film Festival plaque engraved with the category, film name, and winners name.

Categories being judged:
Best Short Film
Best Short Film Director
Best Short Special Effects
Best Short Actor or Actress
Best Short Score

Best Feature Film
Best Feature Director
Best Feature Special Effects
Best Feature Actor or Actress
Best Feature Screenplay
Best Feature Score

Submission are only $10 for shorts and $20 for features.

Current sponsors include BrinkVision, CryptTV, and LeglessCorpse Films.

Filmmakers can submit their films on Film Freeway at FilmFreeway.com/festival/LeglessCorpseFilmFestival
or at LeglessCorpseFilms.com/FilmFestival

Chad Armstrong, Director of the festival and co-owner of LeglessCorpse Films, is available to for interviews to talk about the festival contact him directly at chadarmstrong@leglesscorpse.com

 

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Author: David J. Sharp

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