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Environmental Film Festival Melbourne Accepting Submissions

The Environmental Film Festival Melbourne began in 2010 with a vision to inform and inspire people in relation to environmental issues. We hope you will see the films on offer here and then choose to be part of the solution to the problems they discuss.

Prepare to be confronted, prepare to have to think, but most importantly of all, prepare to take action. These films present serious problems, but often provide simple answers. Sometimes all it takes is a change in mind-set and some political will, and if we can help generate that then our work here is done.

They’re currently accepting film submissions for EFFM 2012. If you’ve got a film to submit, download the submission form using the link below. Good luck!

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For a listing of the films that they’ve screened previously, check out their archive page.

 

Hints for Artists Making Proposals for 2012 藝術家不可不知的提案小秘訣

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Reblogged from Cheng-Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project:

Hello, Dear ALL, Here I help Jane to publish this post, because she cannot log in the blog and have tried whole day today.In this post Jane tell artists many hints to propose a good proposal, please did read it before submiting. Looking forward to your great ideas  &  Good luck!!  chao-mei 請各位藝術家要好好閱讀這篇文章喔! 策展人Jane提供了很多入選的”小撇步”,相信對許多年輕藝術家朋友在提案時會有許多幫助. …

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