Outlast Film Camp will be hosting it's first Music Video Film Festival in Atlanta, Georgia.
Our yearly camp brings film equipment and education to under-served communities. Last year, on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation we worked with native rapper Frank Waln to produce a music video for his new single "Wokisuye."
In the same vein of the power of music and video, we're hosting a music video festival.
All proceeds from the festival will go to support our 2019 camp.
We will begin accepting music video submissions in three categories:
(1) ATL Artists : For music videos that feature artists or were specifically filmed in the city of Atlanta.
(2) Music with Meaning : Our theme is social change, this category will exhibit music videos that have a message of empowerment or social change.
(3) Free Form: Videos of any theme!
There will be two awards for each category given at the end of the evening.
People's Choice (Audience Vote)
Key to Change (Jury Selected)
Filmmakers may submit multiple entries. Submissions must be accompanied by the applicable submission fee PER ENTRY and a completed online entry form. All films must be in English or have English subtitles at the time submitted.
Music Videos must be submitted via FilmFreeway
Music Videos may have been completed at any time.
Music Videos produced, financed or initiated by a major music studio are ineligible for competition, but may be considered for a special screening.
Selection for screening will be determined no later than two weeks prior to the festival.
Outlast Film reserves the right in its sole discretion to reject or disqualify any ineligible entries, without a refund.
Videos that are selected to screen at the Festival may not necessarily be selected to be “in competition” for awards purposes. Notifications regarding potential selection for competition status possibly may occur subsequent to notifications of acceptance for exhibition.
Music Videos must be the original work of the applicants. By entering the competition, you represent that you have secured all necessary rights for screening. Applicants are solely responsible for obtaining all necessary rights and permissions for third-party materials included in their films, including but not limited to music, trademarks, logos, copyrights, and other intellectual property rights. Outlast expressly disclaims all liability or responsibility for any violations of the foregoing.