Ventura Film Festival details

posted by venturafilmfestival on March 20, 2009 at 10:40 am

VENTURA, CA — The Ventura Film Festival, which was started in 2004 by Jordan Older and his father, has recently concluded its first event of 2009 at the Majestic Ventura Theater in Ventura, California with the Ventura Film Festival “Fun Day” on February 16, 2009 at 2pm.

The Ventura Film Festival is a combination online and traditional film festival requiring all submissions to be uploaded online and submitted via traditional means. The Ventura Film Festival has maintained that one of its main goals is to give a large part of any proceeds to forest and ocean preservation efforts. The Ventura Film Festival features independent films from around the world and from local filmmakers focusing on environmental issues such as forest and ocean preservation, humanitarian issues, surf, skate, extreme/action sports, sports, martial arts, and music films.

The Ventura Film Festival board of directors were present to show their selection of currently received entries for the 2009 Ventura Film Festival. The festival board includes Hollywood film makers Dustin Dean and U.S. Olympian John Godina who is the most decorated shot putter in U.S. athletics history. Ventura Film Festival is a green organization and accepts entries and submissions online at the festival’s official web site, http://venturafilmfestival.org Part of the profits from the Ventura Film Festival will go directly towards environmental issues such as forest and ocean preservation. The “fun day" served as a warm up for the main event of the 2009 Ventura Film Festival which takes place on July 5th.

The Ventura Film Festival gives out no awards. We prefer not to have competition and to simply celebrate great films as works of art and enjoy a fun event that provides support for environmental issues such as forest and ocean preservation. From time to time we may give notice of special recognition to certain films.

The Ventura Film Festival has become a partner with the world’s biggest film festival marketing organization Withoutabox. The partnership was on request of Withoutabox executive Sara Nixon-Kershner on Feburary 18, 2008.

Withoutabox provides submission and marketing service to over 200,000 filmmakers in 200 countries as well as manage submission receiving, judging, and notification, schedule publishing, and the ability to sell tickets using targeted ads on well known film site IMDB.

Submitting to the Ventura Film Festival is a two step process. BOTH STEPS ARE REQUIRED!!!

1) upload your submission to http://venturafilmfestival.net (REQUIRED)

2) Submit via Withoutabox using this link: http://www.withoutabox.com/login/7761 (REQUIRED)
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Submissions that are not uploaded to http://venturafilmfestival.net will not be considered.

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