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Filmocracy Oscar Qualifying Theatrical Release Program

Filmocracy Oscar Qualifying Theatrical Release

Welcome to Filmocracy’s Oscar Qualifying Theatrical Release! We’re putting together amazing lineups of shorts and features that are aiming for the ultimate prize– The Oscars! These are films that have won multiple awards at festivals from all around the world and we’re so excited to be bringing them to you in Los Angeles. 

Our venue partner, the Lumiere Music Hall, is one of the last great vestiges of cinema and is graciously collaborating with us to bring these amazing films to you!

Lineup

September 9-15

September 16-22

September 23-29

What is the Program?

Filmocracy is providing an opportunity for independent filmmakers to fulfill their Oscar qualifying theatrical release requirement by having a 7-day theatrical run at the Lumiere Music Hall in Beverly Hills. Shorts are required to be shown at least once per day while Features must be shown three times per day.

When and where is the event?

Lumiere Music Hall

9036 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211

How does it work?

Submit for the program by filling out the form: https://forms.gle/rcEaFapSzai2bH3b9

Read the checklist: https://bit.ly/3ceYVUh 

How much does it cost as a filmmaker?

Under 15 min – $550

15-30 min – $750

31-40 min – $950

How much does it cost as an attendee?

Tickets are sold by the Lumiere Music Hall are $14 for general admission and can be purchased a week in advance at https://lumierecinemala.com/

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Welcome to the 2022 Conch Shell International Film Festival!

Conch Shell International Film Fest (CSIFF) is an online film festival which celebrates unique bold short films written and/or directed by artists from the Caribbean and the Caribbean Diaspora. CSIFF is presented by New York City-based, Conch Shell Productions.  All events will take place U.S. Eastern Standard Time.

Conch Shell International Film Festival (CSIFF) on Filmocracy’s virtual platform is dedicated to providing a fun, safe, and harassment-free event for everyone. All attendees, speakers, sponsors, vendors and Festival staff (“participants”) are required to comply with the Filmocracy code of conduct.

By attending the virtual platform, you are agreeing to abide this code of conduct. Anyone found to be violating this code of conduct may be expelled at the discretion of organizers.

CSIFF / Filmocracy has a zero-tolerance policy and will not tolerate any harassing or abusive behavior towards any participants. We ask all participants to behave and create a safe and supportive environment of inclusiveness.

Harassing or abusive behavior may occur in various platforms such as, via email, forums, chats, video conferencing or social media and includes, but is not limited to:

  • Deliberate intimidation

  • Stalking

  • Inappropriate photography or recording (sexual or violent in nature)

  • Sustained disruption of talks, presentations or other events and activities

  • Unwelcomed sexual attention

Comments or actions based on personal characteristics such as gender, gender identity, and expression; age; sexual orientation; disability; physical appearance; race; religion; political affiliation
Please report any harassing or abusive behavior incident to events@filmocracy.com.

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The Women of African Descent Film Festival

The Women of African Descent Film Festival (WADFF) is celebrating its 20th Anniversary in 2022. The media constantly bombards us with negative images of people of African descent. Our positive accomplishments, uplifting experiences, and gifts to humanity get little attention. The Brooklyn Chapter believes it is vitally important that our legacy be maintained, nurtured and preserved and it is our responsibility to shape the public’s perception of who we are as a people. Through the medium of film, filmmakers of African descent document and relay the stories of our past, present, and future. They have become the new historians – “preservers of our legacy.” The Brooklyn Chapter realizes that many societal misconceptions start with how we are portrayed in the media. To counteract the adverse portrayal of African Americans in the movies and media, the Brooklyn Chapter, in 2002, initiated Linkages: Women of African Descent Film Festival. By choosing and screening films that depict the positive linkages that women of African descent have to their families, neighborhoods and communities, the film festival is able to effectively influence peoples’ perceptions through the medium of film.

The Women of African Descent Film Festival on Filmocracy’s virtual platform is dedicated to providing a fun, safe, and harassment-free event for everyone. All attendees, speakers, sponsors, vendors and Festival staff (“participants”) are required to comply with the Filmocracy code of conduct.

By attending the virtual platform, you are agreeing to abide this code of conduct. Anyone found to be violating this code of conduct may be expelled at the discretion of organizers.

The Women of African Descent Film Festival has a zero-tolerance policy and will not tolerate any harassing or abusive behavior towards any participants. We ask all participants to behave and create a safe and supportive environment of inclusiveness.

Harassing or abusive behavior may occur in various platforms such as, via email, forums, chats, video conferencing or social media and includes, but is not limited to:

  • Deliberate intimidation

  • Stalking

  • Inappropriate photography or recording (sexual or violent in nature)

  • Sustained disruption of talks, presentations or other events and activities

  • Unwelcomed sexual attention

Comments or actions based on personal characteristics such as gender, gender identity, and expression; age; sexual orientation; disability; physical appearance; race; religion; political affiliation
Please report any harassing or abusive behavior incident to events@filmocracy.com.