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AIFF accepting film submissions

BOB HALLINEN / Anchorage Daily News: Steve Rychetnik of the Anchorage video production company SprocketHeads mans the camera on one the the last days of shooting for the movie with a working title of Ghost Vision on Wednesday Dec. 15, 2010 at Kincaid Park. The movie stars Jon Voight as aBOB HALLINEN / Anchorage Daily News: Steve Rychetnik of the Anchorage video production company SprocketHeads mans the camera on one the the last days of shooting for the movie with a working title of Ghost Vision on Wednesday Dec. 15, 2010 at Kincaid Park. The movie stars Jon Voight as a

The Anchorage International Film Festival is now accepting entries for the 2011 festival, which will take place Dec. 2 to Dec. 11. Any film made after Jan. 1, 2010, that hasn’t been screened in Alaska or on national TV prior to the festival is eligible. All Alaska-made films are eligible if they were completed after Jan. 1, 2010, and have not been screened in a venue with more than 50 seats.

Submission fees vary based on the length of the film but start at $22 if submitted before July 15. After that fees increase, but submissions will still be accepted through Sept. 15. Filmmakers can submit their work through Withoutabox.com. Refer to AIFF’s FAQ page for full details on how to submit a film.

--Matt Sullivan

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