Every year, AIFF holds a film competition that garners raves from rowdy crowds who cheer for their favorite videos with fun enthusiasm. Can you handle the pressure or will you freeze at the thought? This should be a breeze for veterans of the local 24 hour and 48 hour film competitions. Here’s how it works: Electric Igloo will announce three subjects that have to be incorporated into your film. The subjects will be posted on our website and Facebook page on Friday, November 30th after the Opening Gala. You’ll then have until Wednesday, December 5th to produce your film and submit it. This gives you 5 days to make it happen.
Films must be 5 minutes or less (including credits). The director for each film will get into the Quick Freeze screening by turning in their entry; only one free admission per film. A “grand” prize will be given out to the winner. Be Quick! Don’t Freeze…
For complete details visit electricigloocreative.com/quickfreeze.
The 2012 Quick Freeze film competition is sponsored by Electric Igloo. Electric Igloo is a creative production assault force formed out of a collective need to produce high quality media content in Alaska. With a library of existing works and multiple projects in every phase of production Electric Igloo is well on their way to the goal of putting Alaskan film making talent and Alaska on the map in a serious way.