~ Cinemaker Co-op's SXSW Trailer Competition Fest ~

When: Wednesday, July 10, 2002 @ 7:00 pm
Where: Alamo Drafthouse Downtown, 409 Colorado
Admission: $6.50 general / $4.50 Cinemaker

Join the members of the Cinemaker Co-op for a public screening of the Cinemaker- SXSW Trailer Competition Festival. Competing filmmakers were challenged to complete their films on Super 8 with a 45-second maximum running time, 5 seconds of which must creatively display "SXSW Film 2003".

These submissions are being considered by SXSW to be used as trailers for the 2003 SXSW film festival. If selected, a handful of these trailers will kickoff the film screenings of the 2003 SXSW Film Festival. Selection of any trailers from this screening will be dependent on the judges from SXSW.

Rules for the SXSW Trailer Festival:

--All entries must be shot on Super 8
--45 sec trailers, filmmakers are encouraged to submit multiple entries
--No Entry fee
--theme for the trailers must be the 10 year anniversary of the SXSW film festival
--all trailers must end with a 5 seconds displaying "SXSW film 2003"
--MUST have original sound scores to be eligible, all sound must be submitted on CD
--Kodachrome, TriX and Plus X ONLY, no Ektachrome accepted
--4 splices maximum allowed; filmmakers must make print of films with more than 4 splices
--all trailers must include a 5 sec countdown
--must be a current Cinemaker member to participate



Austin Cinemaker Co-op | 1705 Guadalupe St. Suite 201 | Austin, TX 78701 | (512) 236-8877

The Cinemaker Co-op is a non-profit film resource center in Austin, Texas, dedicated to the belief that film can be -- and is -- a financially accessible art form.To that end, we provide low-cost super 8 film equipment rental as well as a variety of educational workshops, screening salons, and film festivals throughout the year.

Austin Cinemaker Co-op is sponsored in part by The Hideout Coffee House and Theatre, KMFA Classical 89.5, is a sponsored project of the Austin Writers' League, and is funded in part by the City of Austin under the auspices of the Austin Arts Commission