Jennifer opens Call For Entries at Rated X Film Festival

Posted on January 11, 2009

By Jennifer Lyon Bell

Calling all professional and budding erotic filmmakers! Jennifer and the rest of the Rated X: Amsterdam Alternative Erotica Film Festival programming team invite you to send your entries in now.

 

As a film programmer and proud co-organizer of the “Rated X: Amsterdam Alternative Erotica Film Festival”, Jennifer has just posted the Call For Entries on the Rated X website:

 

“The first Dutch film festival entirely dedicated to alternative, artistic and radical erotica, returns! Big-screen sexuality coming from a myriad of different angles and artistic perspectives, to celebrate a positive appreciation of the erotic in all of its richness and diversity. Film submissions are welcome from both professionals and amateurs, from anywhere in the international community. In order to keep the festival accessible to all, and to select from the best possible pool of erotic film submissions, no entry fee is required, and there are no release date or premiere requirements.”

 

Send your films directly to Jennifer at the Blue Artichoke snailmail address and be sure to specify you want your film considered for Rated X. Blue Artichoke Films/Rated X, PO Box 17271, 1001JG Amsterdam, Netherlands. Rated X open call.

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