Metropolis Art Cinema

Within the framework of Beirut World Book Capital 2009, Metropolis
Cinema organizes, in collaboration with Samandal Magazine and Beirut DC, an
Animation Film Week that will take place between November 17th and 21st, 2009 at
Metropolis Cinema in Beirut.
Metropolis Art Cinema
Regulations and conditions of participation for Arab films

• The festival is open to films produced between 2007 and 2009
• Categories are feature and short films, fictions, documentaries, and experimental
works. Original format could be in cinema (8mm, 16mm, 35mm) or in video
(Betacam or DV).
• Screening copies must be in 35mm for cinema format or Betacam SP or DV for
video format. Copies should have English or French subtitles.

The deadline to submit films is September 18th, 2009.


The final selection will be closed on October 15th, 2009 and filmmakers will be advised
of the results by fax or email.

Directors whose films have been selected are kindly required to send the screening copy
of their film, with technical information and promotional materials (posters, press kit…) -
if available - by the October 30th, 2009, at the latest.

The festival takes in charge the transportation fees of the screening copy.

The festival has the right to keep for its archives the pre-selection DVD copy of all
submitted films.

Address for sending the films
Kindly send your films and documents to the following address:

Beirut D.C.
Metropolis Cinema
Furn El Chebbak
Selim El Khoury Street
Rose Akiki Building, Ground floor
Beirut – Lebanon
Tel/Fax: +961 1 293 212

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