The Pontchartrain Film Festival, November 5-7, 2021, celebrates its 10th year with the Louisiana Made Music Video Showcase Competition. The top 3 Louisiana Made Music Videos submitted by filmmakers, bands or music lovers will be screened in conjunction with the Ozone Songwriter Festival on the Northshore, November 5-7, 2021 and eligible for cash prizes and the Audience Favorite Award.
Filmmakers, students, bands, videographers and music lovers can submit their best music videos/short films for the music video competition through Oct. 1, 2021. The competition will be presented as part of three days of live music by 100+ singer-songwriters of every genre and special educational events open to the public.
Details at https://filmfreeway.com/PontchartrainFilmFestival-350581.
For more information about the festival, email info@PontchartrainFilmFestival.com.
The Pontchartrain Film Festival is a catalyst for independent and Louisiana-made film, film education and filmmakers. We present filmmaking as an art form and curate works that offer a unique cultural arts experience. PFF is a project of the nonprofit Olde Towne Arts Center. Since 2008, OTAC's Digital Arts Program has been teaching the use of digital media by helping to preserve family and community histories. Classes have included Digital Darkroom, Video Production and Editing, OTAC Media Arts Week, The Art of the Historic Image, Preserve Our History Days, Mining Mandeville History and more.