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Sunday, October 3, 2010

Women's Voices from the Muslim World

Women’s Voices Now is hosting Women’s Voices from the Muslim World: A Short-Film Festival, "giving a voice to women of all faiths living in Muslim-majority countries and Muslim women living as minorities around the globe."

According to the website:
Filmmakers of any gender, nationality and religion are invited to submit films, but emphasis will be put on generating submissions from women living in Muslim-majority countries.
And:
Cash prizes totaling $35,000 will be awarded to winners in several categories including Fiction, Documentary, Student Films and an Experimental category encouraging submissions of silent films, animated films, mobile films and photo montages, as well as films where the content outweighs the technical tools and skills of the filmmaker.

Submissions are currently open and will remain open until November 1, 2010 without charge. However, filmmakers may submit films until November 24, 2010 for a US$20 fee.
Complete guidelines are available here.

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