Accepting Actor Reels Only

Call for Film Submissions of have passed for the 2017 Film Festival

The AAWIC Film Festival presents The HOLLYWOOD SceneWorks Clinic & Competition
As part of an ongoing commitment to give opportunity, knowledge and education to our community we are pleased to announce the launch of a new initiative – The Hollywood SceneWorks Clinic & Competition.

The Clinic is a Moderator led Q & A that that will give the actors and audience an up-close look into the audition process, how industry executives select talent, and what talent can do to improve their overall performance to land more bookings! The audience will also have an opportunity to pose questions to the Judges Panel.
The Competition will showcase actors who will perform live for the panel of leading film executives, producers, talent agents, casing directors and other industry professionals at the 19th Annual African American Women in Cinema Film Festival.

The competition registration fee is $40 first-come, first-served. Those competing will showcase a live two (2) minute or less Monologue or a three (3) minute or less Partner Scene with one (1) other person. One Winner will receive a Mentoring Session from one of the esteemed Judges from the Panel. This event is open to all film festival pass holders or $30 as a single attended event. The audience will have the opportunity to ask questions of industry professionals, be fully entertained by the live performances, and gain knowledge that will help you in your personal life, entertainment careers, and relationships.

Friday, March 24 – 12:30pm-3:30pm

• Q & A – Judges Panel
• Special Performance – Off Broadway Smash Hit “Faith Under Fire”
• LIVE Competition: 15 - 20 Contestants Competing

Awards & Prizes

For the Hollywood SceneWorks Clinic & Competition Winner they will receive
a Mentoring Session from one of the esteemed Judges from the Panel.

Rules & Terms

Please read the following terms and conditions in connection with your submission to the AAWIC 2017 Annual Film Festival. As the creator of your actors reel,
I/We have submitted to AAWIC and warrant as sole and exclusive owner(s) of all legal right and the title thereto have absolute authority to submit the enclosed material to AAWIC.

Actors can be female or male

-Can submit multiple entries, however, separate form and fee are required for each.

I/We will indemnify and hold harmless AAWIC its jurors, sponsors and partners individually and collectively, from and against all claims, demands losses, damages, costs, liability and expenses including legal expenses apprising out of or in connection with any and all claims, or third party claims based on material submitted to AAWIC. AAWIC Annual Film Festival selectees and winners will permit AAWIC to use title of the work submitted and the logline, their name, and or likeness & publicity stills in publicity and promotional efforts.

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    Vigil Chime

    The entire experience left me cold, felt like a neglected child. No one reached out to me to see where I was, whether I was coming or not. How could they accommodate me if I needed anything. Nothing. Thank God I am already based in NYC. I was told to come and pick up my pass that would allow me to take part in the events. When I got to where I was asked to come, I was told the lady with the passes had not yet arrived. I waited 45 minutes and left without the pass. While I was there, I asked, when my film screened, if the organizers would be needing me to stay for Q&A. I was told they had discussed something like that during some meeting but would get back to me with definites. Nobody got back to me. When I did show up for my film, I was asked by the cashier which film I had come to see so I could properly be charged. When I responded I was the filmmaker, she appeared surprised. In the audience were about three folks. Added to them were five others who were my students and personal friends whom I had invited to come support me. After my film showed, I was suddenly introduced for a Q&A. The whole thing felt like a ghost festival.

    April 2017
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    Sikivu Hutchinson

    Great showcase for Black women's films and industry discussions. The organizers were engaged and accessible

    April 2017
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    Sara Soheili

    I had a good experience in this festival

    April 2017
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    Nnegest Likke

    1st class festival and experience.

    April 2017