UPDATE: posted June 10, 2013
The long awaited program will finally proceed later this year. Stay tuned for updates. In the meantime, get your trailers together and submit here.
NEW YORK, NY – April 11, 2011 CINEMATIQ, a new quarterly resource magazine with a distinct perspective of Black images in Cinema presents inSHORT. inSHORT is a advanced platform for filmmakers of color to showcase their short film, trailer or web/TV series. Each week, CINEMATIQmag.com inSHORT page, will feature a short film. The inSHORT time and day slot will be release
April 25th, Tuesday, June 14th (New). People tuned in will be able to watch the video and tweet commentary at the same time. An open discussion will take place via twitter, aiming to attract more visibility to short films and their makers.
inSHORT is a new quarterly column in CINEMATIQ Magazine and will officially launch in print, in the Summer 2011 Issue. Currently, inSHORT seek Dramas, sci-fi, action and docs. Shorts cannot be longer than 20 minutes in length. Trailers are welcome but short films and or web/TV series get priority. inSHORT DO NOT accept comedy, music video’s, talk shows or video blogs. We are in search of well crafted quality short films with depth, substance in storytelling and execution.
” I simply wanted to create an online interactive forum for filmmakers with short dramas and documentaries to be seen and supported on CINEMATIQmag.com, followed by an open discussion. Although I love comedy, their is an overwhelming lack of support for drama and more so with documentaries. I want to do my part in balancing out stories about the black experience in cinema” states Angel L. Brown, Editor-In-Chief of CINEMATIQ Magazine.
CINEMATIQ magazine will feature the top 5 shorts viewed on the website and include in the printed issue every quarter. “Youtube is the video source used for this project. Youtube is the #1 site people go to in search of video’s. The opportunity for exposure using youtube is by far, the best according to google search engine,” stated Angel L. Brown. “Millions view youtube daily. Many artists get their start and get discovered on youtube. I’m hoping this program will attract executive producer looking for the next great film. The goal is to get as many people as possible to view great work by indie filmmakers of color telling their stories in truth,” explained Angel L. Brown.
The deadline for films to be submitted is
May 1, 2011 extended to June 22 (New Date). Starting April 13, 2011 June 25th, films will be added to the inSHORT youtube channel. May 2nd July 1st (New Date) highlighted film will be announced.
HOW TO APPLY:
1. You must have a youtube account.
3. You must follow @cinematiqmag on twitter
4. Click (via Youtube) PERSONAL MESSAGE include SUBJECT: inSHORT include link to direct video you would like us to consider.
5. If video meet requirements, we will respond and add to our inSHORT playlist and schedule when it will be showcased.
May 1 extended to June 22 (New Date) for a chance to be included in our Summer 2011 Issue. Dates will be added soon. For updates go to www.CINEMATIQmag.com/filmnews.php
About CINEMATIQ Magazine (www.cinematiqmag.com) Founded and created by Angel L. Brown, CINEMATIQ is a quarterly resource magazine with a distinct perspective on Black images in Cinema. CINEMATIQ will cover the vast selection of films from independent films to mainstream. In each issue, readers will find; interviews, film and equipment reviews, review focusing on topics ranging from development to distribution, resources and support for independent producers seeking funding for their projects. The magazine is currently in print exclusively at www.cinematiqmag.com and will soon be available in stores. In the meantime, subscribe and your copy will be mailed to your door step for reading pleasure.