The Vision Feast has returned with a vendetta; to showcase the world’s finest visual media. Our third year features all new awards with a lineup of world renowned Judges.
This year we have $10,000 worth of prizes to give to the winners. Stay tuned to find out what they are.
We have a double spotlight this year - Historical Films of all kinds, and Japanese Filmmakers entries will all enter for FREE. We’ve teamed up with Sakowski Studios and Zsofi Pictures to bring you a wider selection of categories and fresh awards and prizes.
Here at the Vision Feast, we want to recognize filmmakers who have poured blood, sweat and tears into their projects; filmmakers who show an aptitude for creative storytelling fused with technical understanding and of course, a stroke of madness.
Entries Open 1st February 2018. So submit your visions, give a ‘like’ on Facebook and a follow on the Twit machine.
MKUP / SFX
New Zealand Film
Historical 20th Century
Vision Feast – Terms and conditions
Please note: The following points are just a summary of the most important points from our terms and conditions and not legally valid. To see our full and legally valid terms and conditions please refer to our website: www.thevisionfeast.com .
1.) You own all the necessary rights of your submission project and your project was created by yourself, after January 1st 2016.
2.) You can submit as many projects as you would like to while you have to pay a fee for each submission. These fees are not refundable.
3.) Your submission must not violate any laws of any country including New Zealand.
4.) Submissions begin being accepted on February 1, 2018 and stop being accepted on October 1, 2018.
5.) Your project must be initially submitted via URL Link using such platforms as YouTube and Vimeo. Additionally, the video file must be directly uploaded securely to FilmFreeway, located at: https://filmfreeway.com/TheVisionFeast .
6.) The Vision Feast film festival may use your project or extraction of your projects to promote the festival as well as create a monetised viewable collection ‘best of 18’. This collection is mainly used for advertisement for the festival as well as to perform one or more online screenings for the festival. If the project is shown in this collection you have no entitlement to any remuneration as a result of the revenues associated with this collection.