Our Film Festival at SqueeCon was so successful that we're taking it on the road!
We are now accepting film submissions for our festival at RevelCon in Houston in March 2019.
We are seeking film submissions to present at RevelCon, the only fan-run, fan-fun, relax-a-con in the Southwest. If you are interested in fanficton, fannish song vids, panels about your favorite media madness, art, food, friends, fun and frolic, have we got a FANtastic weekend planned for you. This is RevelCon's 30th anniversary so it will be an extra special celebration of fandom, friendship and community.
We are looking for films from female identifying and non-binary creators that explore topics through the female gaze. We are especially interested in projects that explore fandom, geek-nerd culture, feminism, pop culture, comics, cosplay, diversity, representation and alternative narratives.
Submissions do not have to be premieres and can have screened publicly or be available online.
Genres include documentary, horror, sci-fi, fan films, animation, pop culture, meta, webisodes, vidding and more -if you have a topic you're not sure we'd accept -just ask! Our goal is to support women, female identifying and non-binary creators in film and to create an opportunity for their videos and films to be seen.
The Squee Project is a collective of fangrrl creators. We attempt to cover the full fandom experience including cosplay, conventions, comic books, movies, podcasts, fanfic, episodics, and creating spaces for women, girls, femmes and female identifying fangrrls to collaborate and network in geek-nerd culture.
For more information on RevelCon https://www.revelcon.com
For more information on Squee! visit Director Hansi Oppenheimer's profile page https://filmfreeway.com/hansioppenheimer
We are a non-competitive film festival. All accepted submissions will receive a festival laurel as well as having your project promoted on social media and within the geek-nerd culture.
All lengths accepted. Shorts under 30 minutes . Features are anything over 30 minutes..
The festival is not liable for any use of copyrighted content.
Digital submissions and screeners only.
The film rights belong to the creators but we would like permission to promote the event by using trailer or clips from the films selected.
Submission fees are not refundable