The Poltimore Festival (former Arts on the Move, for those with memories) is calling for local shorts for its forthcoming weekend of creative festivities.
The not-for-profit organisation, which aims to restore Poltimore House and develop the arts and culture scene in Exeter and Devon, would love to get more local filmmakers involved again.
Last year the festival attracted around 800 people, with more expected this year.
The Politimore Festival takes place on June 5, at Politmore House.
Submissions would be made via a streaming link with a short synopsis or bio to go with them, along with contact details. These should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘a/o Emily Chadwick: Film submission’ as the email subject.
Films should be no longer than 45 minutes -there are no theme restrictions, as the Politmore Festival bods would provide warnings if it were to be explicit or inappropriate for certain age groups.
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