Submissions are now being accepted for the 2009 24fps International Short Film Festival. Films with a running time of 20 minutes or less are eligible for the juried competition and public exhibition festival. (Works must have been completed after January 1, 2006). 24fps is an international exhibition, featuring Official Selection short films from around the world. Past 24fps winners include:

“Porque Hay Cosas Que Nunca Se Olvidan”
(Because There are Things You Never Forget)
Director: Lucas Figueroa
Grand Jury Prize, 2008

“Tony Zoreil”
(Tony Zear)
Director: Valentin Potier
Silver Medal, Audience Award, 2008

Director: Johan Lundh
Special Citation, Originality of Vision, 2008

“Fast Money”
Director: Jerry Chan
Grand Jury Prize, 2007

“Save the World”
Director: David Casals-Roma
Silver Medal, 2007

There is no entry fee for 24fps. Films submitted must be independently produced, and not affiliated in any way with a major film studio or it subsidiaries. To enter, just fill out and sign the 2009 entry form and send it, along with the DVD screener of your film, to:

24fps International Short Film Festival Paramount Theatre 352 Cypress Street Abilene, Texas (USA) 79601 Attn: Barry Smoot

It’s that simple. The screening theatre is one of the most elegant in the US. There are cash prizes. You get to commune with artists from all over the world. What a deal. Get to work.