New films must be submitted by June 8.
Films in production, projects in development, and trailers must be submitted by June 22.
1. The Conference is open to films from anywhere in the
world. The Conference is conducted in English; however, films in other
languages are welcome.
2. Only current GSCA members may submit and
present material for presentation. GSCA requires that both distributors
and producers are members of the association in order to present a film
project. At the time the form is submitted, there must be no delinquent
accounts with the GSCA or any predecessor organization.
3. Film projects must be submitted online, and
each title should be submitted separately. All information must be
completed. Incomplete forms will not be accepted. There must be a
project name submitted with the submission form, a notation of “TBD”
will not be accepted as a title.
4. The schedule for the Conference will be determined by the GSCA Film Priority Policy.
5. The exhibition format will be subject to venue availability.
6. All presenters and attendees for the screenings must be registered for the Conference.
7. Entrants automatically grant consent for
their projects to be available for viewing by all delegates and to be
featured in both pre-marketing materials and in the Conference program.
If the project should not to be included in pre-marketing materials,
please contact Kelly Germain at email@example.com.
8. Please provide a synopsis (up to 150 words)
of the project, which will be used on the GSCA website and in marketing
materials. GSCA reserves the right to edit the synopsis if the text is
more than 150 words. Synopsis must be received no later than July 13 and
e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. GSCA cannot guarantee that information provided past the deadline will be included in materials printed for the Conference.
9. Entrants will automatically grant consent for
their material to participate in any delegate evaluation process that
may be included in the GSCA Conference. Any information collected will
be made available to the person who submitted the project.
10. GSCA reserves the right to reject any
submission or disqualify any submission believed to be in breach of any
of the Policy and Procedures as outlined here. The GSCA reserves the
right to reject any submission delivered past the delivery deadline or
arriving in a condition that is not ready for assembly into the combined
11. Entrants are responsible for the safe transportation and insurance of entries. Shipping details will be provided separately.
12. The organizers will take every reasonable
precaution in handling entries but cannot be responsible for
non-receipt, damage, or loss. Participation in the Conference is deemed
to relieve GSCA of all liability in respect of claims by third parties.
13. Submissions will be returned as soon as possible, but not earlier than two weeks after the completion of the Conference.
14. The official method of submission is to
electronically submit the online form. By submitting the form
electronically, all parties agree to abide by the Policy and Procedures
outlined above as required to present the film.
|New Film, 30 minutes or more (includes rough/fine cuts)
|New Film, under 30 minutes (includes rough/fine cuts
|Film in Production
|Project in Development