Let’s Make A Film!

Just received this and thought I would pass it along.

The Forum on Law, Culture & Society is currently accepting film submissions for our 2014 International Shorts Competition on a legal or justice theme!

“Legal theme" may be broadly construed. You are free to choose any subject in which the relationship between law, justice, and society can be fashioned into a unique visual story. 

For example, your film could be about rights that have been denied, harms that have gone unaddressed, the aftereffects of courtroom decisions, government regulations and statutes,
or an attempt to take a new look at what “justice” really means.

Any genre (animation, comedy, documentary, drama, musical, sci-fi, etc.) is permitted. Films should run 20 minutes or less, there is no minimum runtime requirement.

Finalist shorts will be screened at the FOLCS Awards Night during the Ninth Annual Forum Film Festival in New York City in October 2014. Eachyear the Film Festival features renowned filmmakers, 
actors, writers, journalists, public intellectuals, and members of the legal profession. You can check out our past Film Festivals and guests at FOLCS.org

2014 Awards include Best Short, Best Screenplay, Outstanding Woman Filmmaker, Young Filmmaker Award, & Audience Favorite. Deadlines: Early: May 30th; Regular: June 30th; Late: August 1st.

Entry form and rules available at: http://law.fordham.edu/academics/23811.htm

Thank you for sharing this information and please let me know if you have
any questions!


Erin Bundra
Director of International Short Film Competition
Forum on Law, Culture & Society


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