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If my film is selected for exhibition, what formats must my film be available in?
All feature films submitted must be available for exhibition in one of the following formats: DCP (preferably unencrypted) or as a CIFF-approved ProRes digital file. BLU-RAY AND DVD WILL NOT BE SCREENED FOR EXHIBITION.
All short subject films submitted must be available for exhibition as a CIFF-approved ProRes digital file. Short films will be transferred temporarily onto CIFF’s secure and private hard drive system for presentation in one or more of our compiled Short Programs. BLU-RAY AND DVD WILL NOT BE SCREENED FOR EXHIBITION.
CIFF-approved ProRes digital files are defined as .mov files encoded with ProRes 422 or ProRes 422(HQ). We will not accept ProRes LT, 4444, or Apple Animation Codec files, among other files not listed. If your film is accepted, please clarify with CIFF if your file meets our requirements as soon as possible.
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ATTN FILMMAKERS: You still have time to submit your film for consideration to the CIFF39! At the CIFF38 in March 2014 more than 97K film enthusiasts gathered in front of the big screen and more than $60K was awarded in cash prizes. Get full info on rules and regulations here: http://www.clevelandfilm.org/call-for-entries
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