To qualify for the Conference for Creative Content (C3) Project Market, entrants must comply with ALL of the following Rules and Eligibility Requirements. Failure to comply with these rules will render a submission ineligible.
- A treatment and/or feature-length screenplay.
- A DVD of Applicant’s prior work (examples of prior work include a webisode, short film, feature film, music video, commercial, TV show, etc.). DO NOT provide reels or more than one sample work. DVD must be clearly labeled with order number, project title, sample work’s title and run time, Applicant’s name and contact information.
- A director or screenwriter of Asian Pacific descent attached to the project. Bios and contact information for key filmmaker(s)/applicant(s).
- A budget top sheet or summary that breaks down the total funding needed for the project, and reflects any other money that has already been secured.
- Applicants must be at least 18 years-old.
- December 10, 2011: Submissions open
- January 31, 2012: Early Submissions end
- March 15, 2012: Regular Submissions end
- March 31, 2012: Late Submissions end
- Early: $25
- Regular: $35
- Late: $60
Entry Fees should be paid via credit or debit card here.
All materials must be sent prepaid to:
120 Judge John Aiso Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
ATTN: C3 Project Market
(213) 680-4462 ext. 21
Entries will not be considered complete until all of the materials are received. Please refer to the Filmmaker Checklist above. All hardcopy submission materials must have the Tix.com order number written on each item and must be postmarked with the entry deadline dates.
Visual Communications will make every effort to safe-guard the materials submitted; however VC will not be responsible for lost or stolen submissions. Submissions will not be returned.
Please visit our FAQ page for answers to some commonly asked questions. If you still have questions regarding the entry process, please feel free to contact us directly: email@example.com
ABOUT VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS
Founded in 1970, Visual Communications has a long and prominent history promoting intercultural understanding through the creation, presentation, preservation and support of media works by and about Asian Pacific Americans. Throughout its history, Visual Communications programs have evolved to meet the changing needs of a diverse Asian Pacific Community of over 20 different languages, cultures, and nationalities. The organization has created award winning productions, nurtured and given voice to Asian Pacific American youth, promoted new artistic talent, presented new cinema, and preserved Asian Pacific American history. Today, Visual Communications continues to be a conduit for the Asian Pacific global communities to the American public through its numerous arts programs.