(Sun Valley, Idaho--September 11, 2014) The Sun Valley Film Festival is now accepting film submissions in all categories including feature length, documentary, short and student films. The fourth annual SVFF which has added an extra day of programming this year, scheduled for March 4th-8th, 2015 has grown a reputation for being a “film festival for filmmakers.”
In addition to film submissions, the festival has two competitions for screenwriters as a part of the festival’s Screenwriters Lab – the “High Scribe”
for best long form screenplay and a new short screenplay competition, the “Small Fry”
which awards the filmmaker a $2500 stipend to go towards shooting the film in Idaho.
With over 60 films including world premieres, networking dinners, unique forums, passionate discussions and lively parties, the Sun Valley Film Festival is five unforgettable days of celebrating the art of filmmaking in a majestic setting. USA Today
agrees, naming Sun Valley one of the Top 10 “Greatest Places for a Fabulous Film Festival.”
Full details regarding categories, submission requirements, deadlines and more can be found at http://www.sunvalleyfilmfestival.org/submissions