Virtual Film Festival: Drama

IMPERIAL COUNTY — The Imperial County Film Commission said it is proud to host a series of virtual film festivals. Each festival focuses on a unique genre of filmmaking and storytelling, according to the press release. Designed to provide an audience for filmmakers and their work, each festival will be available for viewing online.

This festival will celebrate the mood and storytelling of short format dramas. Call for Entries is now open with a deadline of July 3. A panel of judges will view all entries and select the top three winners for cash prizes. The festival will be available online for viewing from July 17-24.

Filmmakers can submit multiple entries. However, each entry must be submitted separately, and entry is free. Entries will be accepted according to the Motion Pictures Association of America Rating Board System, but any film containing R-rated material, nudity, guns, graphic violence, drug use, alcohol or cigarette consumption will not be accepted.

All films, videos, and applications must be submitted electronically through Dropbox, WeTransfer, Google Docs, or Vimeo (with download link enabled), or emailed to Visit the website at or the Facebook page for details, entry forms, and rules.  

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