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PTAFF International Artivist Festival Call for Entry

Los Angeles, CA, June 12, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Pembroke Taparelli Arts and Film Festival (November 1st
through 4th) announces its Call for Entries in all categories including feature length films, documentary
and shorts. PTAFF encourages independent filmmakers and artists keen on becoming prominent in the
industry while making a change in the world to submit their work.

Film Submission period goes through August 2nd, 2017 on FilmFreeway visit site:
https://filmfreeway.com/festival/PembrokeTaparelliArtsandFilmFestival and Withoutabox (to submit on
WAB go to the following link), http://www.withoutabox.com/login/14886.

Features, Documentary, and Short film submissions for regular deadline must be received no later than
11:59pm, June 22nd, 2017 and Late deadline is 11:59pm July 22nd, 2017.

The Pembroke Taparelli Arts and Film Festival (November 1st through 4th) seeks submissions from
established and emerging socially conscious filmmakers whose work speaks on such social issues as
poverty, gender inequality, homelessness, economic disenfranchisement, racial injustice, physical and
sexual abuse, discrimination, juvenile justice, sex/human trafficking, war and grief and much more. This
year our festival focuses on Mass Incarceration and Education seeking submissions around these issues in
addition to all other socially relevant issues for feature presentation.

PTAFF is increasing its efforts to promote awareness and global change and this year we are offering a
new screenplay competition category. Participants can submit their feature length screenplays, shorts or
television series ranging from 20 to 120 pages in length that speaks to the many social injustices that will
inspire people to get up and take action. Our professional screenplay judge will prepare a one page,
candid and professional assessment of the screenplay consisting of detailed observations, criticisms, and
constructive feedback along with thorough notes regarding its strengths, weaknesses, characters, pacing,
plot, structure, marketability, originality and overall quality.

Filmmakers from around the world are encouraged to submit to this international festival.

To learn more about the festival, entry fees, and registration, kindly visit http://www.ptaff.org. In
addition, Screenwriters, Solo Performers, Visual and Performance artists are urged to submit their work.

About The Pembroke Taparelli Arts and Film Festival


Pembroke Taparelli Arts and Film Festival was founded as a means to provide independent artists
committed to social justice with a place through which to share their work with our global community.

PTAFF is dedicated to the discovery and presentation of emerging artists, giving them an opportunity to
let their voices be heard around the world. Injustice in many forms is a reality affecting our global
community, as artists we have a responsibility to stand up against injustice. Many artists take action to
turn these injustices around through their work. We seek to support and aide these artist as they help to
transform, save and change the lives of those who suffer, creating a sense of hope to fuel our struggle.

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For Further Info Contact:
Rozanne Vareen or Tara Burgoyne-Elliot Email: submissions@ptaff.org

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Contact Information:
Pembroke Taparelli Arts and Film Festival
Michelle Andrea Smith
310-628-5370
Contact via Email
www.ptaff.org

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