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Submit Videos

 

Online video is more than videoblogging, more than YouTube.  There are literally 200 video hosting sites out there, not to mention the thousands of creator-owned and controlled websites.  Let's find the best videos from all over the Internet.

 

Keep this section organized.  Create and choose categories that make sense, and that don't apply to only one video.

 

Guidelines:

  1. We request that submissions not exceed 10 minutes in length.
  2. Video must have lived online
  3. Videos must include name of producer, location, run time, short summary and permalink to where it lives on the web.
  4. All submissions to be screened must be in by Friday, May 18th. Late submissions may have the option of screening in one of the smaller theaters, but will not be included in festival programs.
  5. email questions here

 

Categories

 

Animation

Comedy

Drama

Environmental

Experimental

Human Interest

Mockumentary

Music

News and Events

Personal

Politics and War

 

Science and Technology

 

Add more categories and subcategories as needed!

 

* note: should these categories coincide with the panels? This could be an interesting place to create a more functional taxonomy for video categories. I think about YouTube, and a million different categories, and I get a little overwhelmed.  Categories like these are very broad, which can be good to show contrasting pieces within a category.  Other option is to micro-categorize, but then everything seems so small.  Should categories be linked to genre only? what about length, screen format, target audeince/demographic, accessibilty, production budget.  I am not saying by any means that it's wrong to categorize in a traditional and instinctual manner, but it's worth considering other methods. 

 

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