LA Music Video Festival Call for Entries

on Tuesday, Sep. 3rd

Our friends at the Los Angeles Music Video Festival have opened up the call for entries for the 4th Annual Festival, to be held in 2014.

Details after the jump.

From the press release:

Plans are already brewing for the 4th Annual LA Music Video Festival.  But, we need the most important part of the festival: THE VIDEOS.  We're excited to announce that the official call for entries is NOW OPEN!  And with three phenomenal years of music videos, we can't wait to see what's in store for 2014.

Head to Withoutabox to see all the deadlines, rules, and categories including our newest category: LYRIC VIDEOS.  We've extended the deadlines, so you have more time to submit your videos this year.  Early Bird deadline is September 30th for just $15 (as a WAB member) and regular deadline is February 28th.

Spread the word and make sure all the filmmakers & musicians you know submit their videos this year.

Each year's collection of videos has been better than the last. Perhaps the best part of all is seeing what the filmmaking talents of tomorrow are up to today.

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