IMAGE Film & Video Center announces call for entries for the 18th annual Out on Film in Atlanta

IMAGE Film & Video announced today that it is now accepting submissions for the 18th Annual Out On Film, Atlanta’s second-largest cultural event for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community. The film festival will take place November 11-17, 2005 at Landmark Midtown Art Cinema in Atlanta, Georgia. Entries must be received by Friday, August 19, 2005. IMAGE Film & Video members have an extra week to submit their films – Friday, August 26, 2005. Filmmakers can download an Out On Film entry form at

The 18th annual OUT ON FILM: Atlanta’s GLBT Film Festival will feature films and videos from around the world by, for and about the lesbian/gay/trans/bi community. Out On Film will screen films in the Narrative, Documentary, Animation, Experimental and Student categories. The festival is produced annually by IMAGE Film & Video Center, the Southeast’s premiere regional media arts center.

All works must be submitted on 1/2” VHS (NTSC system only) for prescreening. Please do not send film reels or original material. All works submitted must be available by October 28, 2005 for inclusion in the festival.

All entry fees should be payable to IMAGE Film & Video Center in U.S. currency by check or money order, excepting those using credit card. At the request of those submitting outside of the United States, IMAGE is offering the option of paying by credit card (note: $1 processing charge will be added to your entry fee if you use a credit card.)

Entry fees are as follows:

  • $15 - Works entered by an individual or a non-profit organization
  • $10 - Works entered by IMAGE members and/or students (enclose copy of membership card or student ID)

Filmmakers should mail their submission, entry form and entry fee to:

Attn: Festival Director
Out On Film
535 Means Street NW
Suite C
Atlanta, GA 30318

About IMAGE Film & Video Center

IMAGE Film &Video Center is a 501c3 not-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to fostering independent and alternative film and video as unique forms of individual expression. Since its founding in 1977, IMAGE (Independent Media Artists of Georgia, Etc.) has grown to become on of the most respected not-for-profit media arts centers in the nation. For more information, please call (404) 352-4225 or visit our website at

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