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    Guys, thank you all for taking the time to watch and comment. Really appreciate it.
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    Nice work David
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    Very beautifually shot, edited, and colored. And, of course, what a powerful subject. Very moving.
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    Thank you all for your comment. Here's the oficial international poster:

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    Guys, do you think it would add value to film festival distribution to have an "internacional" version of this film with the VO recorded in english?
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    And here's the trailer:

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    David, my experience with many festivals (and some winnings) is that when you submit your short through the various festivals aggregator (like Film Freeway), there is a section for director's statement. Do not forget to fill this in. Screener reads them and influence their selection decision. The statement should be heartfelt, about why you made the film, why the film is important for people to see, and why it's right for this festival. Good luck friend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EYu View Post
    David, my experience with many festivals (and some winnings) is that when you submit your short through the various festivals aggregator (like Film Freeway), there is a section for director's statement. Do not forget to fill this in. Screener reads them and influence their selection decision. The statement should be heartfelt, about why you made the film, why the film is important for people to see, and why it's right for this festival. Good luck friend.
    Thanks EYu, that sounds like very good advice. I was actually trying to find the place in filmfreeway to add the director's statement to the project's information, but can't seem to find it... Do you know where it is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by david evans View Post
    Thanks EYu, that sounds like very good advice. I was actually trying to find the place in filmfreeway to add the director's statement to the project's information, but can't seem to find it... Do you know where it is?
    It's on the festival section of FilmFreeway when you enter your film. Here one as an example: https://filmfreeway.com/410409

    Under Project File at the bottom.
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    Thanks EYu! Will definitely look into that!
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