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Artivist Film Festival 2010: Accepting Film Submissions

The 2010 Artivist Film Festival is currently accepting film submissions. Eligible applicants to The 7th Annual Artivist Film Festival need hurry as the deadline is June 1, 2010. The Artivist Film Festival main focus “is to strengthen the voice of international activist artists while raising public awareness and funds for social global causes. Artivist strives for social change by bringing filmmakers and audiences together, raising awareness, instilling hope, and inspiring action.” Applicants can go here to make

The success of ARTIVIST can be attributed to its ambitious vision: “ARTIVIST” is the 1st international advocate film festival dedicated to addressing Human Rights, Children’s Advocacy, Animal Rights and Environmental Preservation through film and music. Its mission is to strengthen the voice of international advocate artists – “Artivists” – while raising public awareness for social global causes. In addition, Artivist has screened impressive LA and World Premieres in the past 6 years, such as the internationally recognized “Super Size Me”, “Fast Food Nation”, “Born Into Brothels”, “Trudell”, “Emmanuel’s Gift”, narrated by Oprah Winfrey, and dozens more. “Super Size Me” and “Born Into Brothels” received OSCAR nominations, making Artivist a top choice for filmmakers to screen their L.A. Premieres.

Would-be applicants can go to here to apply.

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