Windsong Film Festivals 2014
15th Annual Windsong Film Festivals for 2014
Windsong Pictures hosts two separate film festivals for 2014:
Windsong Pictures Presents:
The 15th Annual
International Windsong Film Festival
Co-Sponsored by The IPFW Film Festival Club and Windsong Pictures
IPFW University, Neff Hall Theater #101
Saturday, March 15, 2014
2:30 Pirates in Paradise
4:30 Jonathan Livingston Sea Gull and Magic Books
6:15 Gala Awards Ceremony
7:00 Street Symphony
Sunday, March 16, 2014
12:30 Screentests (movie tryout)
1:30 How to Make a Movie Workshop
3:00 Street Symphony
Free Will Offering
Pirates in Paradise is a swashbuckling feature film pitting pirates Calico Jack Rackham and Anne Bonnie against the Spanish Governor Diego de Quiroga y Lodsada as they seek the lost treasure of Robert Searles on the Caribbean Island of Cordova.
Jonathan Livingston Sea Gull is a dance performed by children based on the famous story about the mystical sea gull.
Magic Books is a triology of short films that leads children on a magical journey of adventures entering Alice's Wonderland. Another group of readers are swept onto Dwarf Mountain where they experience the trials and pitfalls of Little Snow White until she is rescued by Prince Charming. The third group of children enter the Kingdom of Narnia when they go Beyond the Wardrobe and encounter the wicked White Queen and the magnificent Aslan on their journey. What do all three tales share in common? Each story has a nasty queen.
Street Symphony is a feature film focused on dancers competing for the National Dance Championship. The story highlights the diversified underdog Street Symphony Dance Team that struggles to overcome seemingly insurmountable odds to make it to the National Dance Championship final round. Faced with personal hardships, the tragic loss of a key dancer, the destructive actions of an opponent and Yuri's injury, they must try to muster a level of courage they have never known before.
National Windsong Student Film Festival
Coming in May
How to Enter the Film Festivals
Entries must be submitted on NTSC formated DVD or Mini DV. The following information must accompany each entry:
Title of the Production - Director - Producer - Country of Origin - Agency or School Affiliation -Person Entering the Film - Running Time - Aspect Ratio - Original Format - Film History ( awards etc. ) a 25 word or less Description of the Film
Entries should be in English or contain English subtitles.
Entries submitted WILL NOT be returned unless accompanied by a fee of $10.00 for US submissions and $30.00 for international entries.
Drama - Comedy - Documentary - Frontier (Experimental)
Animation - Music Video - News Format - PSA ( Public Service Announcement)
STUDENT ENTRY FEES:
Up to 3:00 minutes - 5:00
3:00 to 30:00 minutes - 15:00
Over 30 minutes - 35.00
INDEPENDENT FILMAKERS ENTRY FEES:
Up to 3:00 minutes - 10.00
3:00 - 30:00 minutes - 25.00
Over 30 minutes - 50.00
LATE ENTRIES - Add 10.00
Fees are Payable to Windsong Pictures, Inc. Entrants are responsible for all shipping fees.
Mail entries to
Windsong Pictures, Inc.,
PO Box 5018
Fort Wayne, In 46895 - 5018
Windsong Pictures contact information:
Windsong71@comcast.net (or) 260-348-5510
Deadlineanar - The National Windsong Student Film Festival deadline- March 30, 2014.