The Accolade Competition: Call for Entries Issued to Filmmakers

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The Accolade is a showcase for cinematic gems and unique voices. It receives entries from all over the world, recognizing filmmakers, large and small, who demonstrate
exceptional achievement in craft and creativity. Undiscovered and
first-time filmmakers are often recognized.Annually, a special award is given to a production that makes a significant contribution to social change or a humanitarian effort. The Accolade is an award recognized for its rigorous evaluation process by buyers and distributors; they are confident that winning productions are of high quality. The Accolade team works passionately to help worthy productions gain the publicity and distribution they deserve. Deadline: February 15, 2008

Hey, screenwriters & filmmakers--

The Accolade Competition isn't anything I've ever worked with, but it sounds cool. Check it out...

Now in its sixth year, top-tier, international awards competition, The Accolade, announces its call for entries for moviemakers, television producers and videographers. The Accolade is a non-traditional, virtual venue. Awards go to filmmakers, television producers and videographers who produce fresh, standout entertainment, short and feature films, television productions, animation and compelling documentaries.

Go to www.TheAccolade.net for rules and entry form.

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