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Call for Entry: Hot Docs Film Festival 2013

By NewsDesk • Published on December 19, 2012

hot-docsHot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival Film Festival 2013 is calling for entries. Documentaries on any topic and of any length completed after 1st January, 2012 can be submitted for the festival.

The film should be either in English, subtitled in English or should be an English version. Films that were screened publicly in Toronto before the festival are not eligible for entry.

The deadline for all submissions is 11th January 2013.

There will be two jury competition programs–Canadian Spectrum and the International Spectrum–besides other non-competitive programs. The participating feature length films will be eligible for jury prizes and People’s Choice Award. The mid-length and short-length will be considered by the jury for jury prizes.

The next edition of Hot Docs takes place April 25 to May 5, 2013, in Toronto, Canada.

For more details, click here.

Film categories and submission fees:
Feature Length: 60 min. or longer
Fees: $67.80 CDN if submitted before December 7, 2012
$118.65 CDN if submitted before January 11, 2013.

Mid-Length: 30 to 59 min.
Fees: $67.80 CDN if submitted before December 7, 2012
$118.65 CDN if submitted before January 11, 2013.

Short: under 30 min.
Fees: $33.90 CDN

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