The deadline for entries to the Music Videos Competition at the 26th anniversary edition of CAMERIMAGE, The International Film Festival Of The Art Of Cinematography is fast approaching.
Camerimage Festival 2019: deadline for Music Videos Competition submissions is July 31st
CAMERIMAGE, the International Film Festival Of The Art Of Cinematography, has announced the last call for entries to the Music Videos Competition for the 27th edition of the festival in November.
The deadline for entries for the two categories in the Music Videos Competition is July 31st 2019.
All submitted entries will be considered for nominations to the Best Music Video and Best Cinematography in a Music Video awards. The list of nominees will be announced by 1st October and the nominated videos will be screened at the festival that will be held on 9-16 November at Camerimage's new venue, in Toruń, Poland.
An international jury comprising film and music industry professionals will judge the videos during the Festival, and present the awards.
There is no entry fee and the submissions can be made via the CAMERIMAGE website. Only official music videos produced in 2018 and 2019 will be taken into consideration.
Submit your entries now and do not miss a chance of your work being presented at CAMERIMAGE to the international audience of students, young filmmakers and acclaimed professionals of the film and entertainment industry.
• Promonews is a media partner of the Music Videos Competition at Camerimage 2019
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