Call for submissions launched

With a few changes for the 2021 Yorkton Film Festival

The Yorkton Film Festival announced today that it is now accepting submissions for the 2021 Festival.

“Call for submissions is always an exciting time of the year for us in the office,” said YFF Executive Director Randy Goulden. “From now until the close of submissions on January 31, we’ll be reaching out to filmmakers and producers across Canada and looking for the next wave of Golden Sheaf Award winners.”

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Always reviewing the categories and remaining relevant to the film industry, we are announcing several revisions: films that have been completed between February 1st, 2019 and January 31st, 2021 and not have been entered in a previous Golden Sheaf Awards competition are now eligible for submission. We have also, merged the Drama and Comedy categories into Scripted.

The call for submissions is running from now until January 31. Super Early Bird pricing is in effect until November 14, with Early Bird pricing running until December 18. For rules and a full list of categories for the 2021 Festival, and details on how to submit your films, visit the festival website: www.yorktonfilm.com

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