Posts Tagged ‘SnagFilms’

GWU Students Win First-Ever Washington Best Film Competition

Released To Life, a short documentary about criminal rehabilitation, laid claim to being Washington's "Best Film" today—or at least, according to the city's Office of Motion Picture and Television Development and SnagFilms, a Ted Leonsis-owned joint.
Life was made by students at GWU's Institute for Documentary Filmmaking, who were on hand for an on-campus event today to [...]

Entry Deadline Extended for “Washington’s Best Film” Contest

The deadline for entries in the "Washington's Best Film" contest, sponsored by the D.C. Office Motion Picture and Television Development and the documentary website SnagFilms, has been extended to July 31 after the first few months of the submission period turned up only a handful of entries. The contest, announced March 9, has yielded only six [...]

Film Office and SnagFilms Announce Contest

Among other developments at his two-hour press conference this morning, Mayor Vince Gray announced a filmmaking contest sponsored by the District's Office of Motion Picture and Television Development and SnagFilms, the documentary website owned by Wizards and Capitals boss Ted Leonsis.
The contest, according to an MPTD press release, aims to award the best narrative and [...]

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