Call for Entries: Film & History 2012 Award for Best New Film

Film & History Journal The Center for the Study of Film and History is pleased to announce the 2012 Award for Best New Film.

The award will be presented to the 30-90 minute film (non-fiction or
fiction) that best represents the conference theme, “Film and Myth.” For
more information on the scope of this theme, please consult the Film &
History website www.filmandhistory.org.

The Film & History editorial staff will evaluate all submissions, and the
award for Best New Film will be presented at Film & History’s 2012
conference, which will be held on September 26-30, at the Hyatt Regency,
in Milwaukee, WI. The winning film will be screened as part of the gala
conference banquet and award ceremony. Additionally, the filmmaker of the
winning film will be awarded a $1000 prize, along with a complimentary
room at the conference hotel and complimentary conference registration.

Submissions of 30-90 minute films produced [between June 2010 and May
2012] should be made to:

Loren Baybrook, Editor
Dept. of English, University of Wisconsin
Oshkosh, WI 54901

The deadline for submissions is June 1, 2012. The winning filmmaker will
be notified by August 1, 2012.