Film

African Oscars Calls for 2014 Film Submissions, Deadline April 30th, 2014

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE
For your film to qualify for Nollywood Film Critics’ Awards, it must be produced by Africans, feature some Africans in the continental Africa and or by Africans in the Diaspora. Must be produced the year before or early months before the deadline and of any year if unreleased to any market. All films must be received by the deadline. Please provide all Original Music Scores and Soundtracks on separate CDs for those categories

NOMINEES
Nominations are from the submitted films, music score and soundtracks Note: NAFCA does not nominate based on trailers. We watch and write full reviews of all films. Please visit our film critics website for more information on how you can submit your films throughout the year http://www.nollywoodcritics.com/NewReviews.aspx

VOTING
PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS People’s Choice Awards are available for online voting where fans can cast their votes for their various nominees under the available categories for those awards. Winners of People’s Choice Awards will be announced at the award ceremony.
Voting for main categories will be conducted by Nollywood Film Critics USA and its board members. – See more at: http://africanoscar.com/rules.aspx

SHORT FILMS
Email the link to info@AfricanOscar.com
OR MAIL 2 DVDs OF YOUR MOVIES TO: Nollywood Film Critics USA/NAFCA 9309 Royal Crest Dr Raleigh, North Carolina 27617 USA
(Email: info@nollywoodcritics.com) NOTE: $50 Submission Fee will apply to all short films.

FULL LENGTH FILM:
MAIL 2 DVDs or Blue Ray To: Nollywood & African Film Critics’ Awards 9309 Royal Crest Dr. Raleigh, North Carolina 27617 USA
NOTE: $150 Submission Fee will apply if your film has not already been reviewed.

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