Art Dimensions Online leases and sells fine contemporary art by well-known and emerging artists. Art Dimensions’ artwork has appeared in many feature films and television shows, including Ocean’s Thirteen, How I Met Your Mother, and Two Broke Girls. Art Dimensions works with different time frames and budgets to provide fabulous artwork for film, print, and commercial projects.
The Production Designer for the film that receives the award for Best Art Direction will win a complementary one week rental of an art piece for their next production. The artwork for this prize will be chosen from a selection of pieces provided by Art Dimensions Online.
For over 50 years, Backstage has been the most trusted place for actors and performers to find jobs and career advice, and for casting professionals and talent seekers to find the right performers for their projects.
Today, Backstage is the largest online casting platform in the United States, with over 4,000 roles posted every week, and over 100,000 members building their careers on the platform Casting professionals can take advantage of sophisticated application management tools to make the job of finding the perfect performer a breeze.
The best recording studio value in Los Angeles, In Fidelity Recordings has done voice over and music recording for hundreds of projects.
SOFF is proud to have In Fidelity Recording’s involvement with the film festival as a paid sponsor. New clients receive ONE FREE HOUR of studio time with first booking.
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Founded in 2002 and one of the highest rated contests on MovieBytes, Screenplay Festival features four categories so that Drama, Comedy, Action/Adventure and Thriller/Horror scripts do not have to compete with each other.
100 Screenplays was created when one of the judges at Screenplay Festival, had an idea, “What if we hold a contest where we limited the number of entries to one hundred? We could get the judging done quickly. The writers would know who they are up against. The whole thing would be different.” This idea got kicked around the office until it grew into 100 Screenplays.