Submit your film, short, or screenplay here.
Be sure to read all Rules & Regulations.
We accept DVDs, media files on DVD or flash, and online screeners for preselection viewing.
We accept screenplays by email in .doc or .pdf format or hardcopy.
Addresses for email and mail are listed on the last page of each form.
Scroll down a bit further for STUDENT SUBMISSIONS.
Submit STUDENT PROJECTS using the appropriate button below.
Photo of current, valid student ID is required for acceptance into student competition.
Entrants failing to email photo of student ID will be disqualified.
Artemis wants YOUR films, shorts, and screenplays.
Artemis Women in Action Film Festival Qualifiers
Submit all narrative, animated, documentary films and scripts featuring women
either starring or co-starring as a physical action character or agent of social change.
We celebrate women in kick ass roles.
Films - 40 minutes or longer. Shorts - up to 40 minutes. Screenplays, 80 - 120 pages.
Key Dates & Fees
Early Deadline - 08/31/17; Features - $65.00, Shorts and Screenplays - $40.00
Regular Deadline - 09/30/17; Features - $70.00, Shorts and Screenplays - $45.00
Late Deadline - 10/31/17; Features - $80.00, Shorts and Screenplays - $55.00
Extended Deadline - 11/25/17; Features - $90.00, Shorts and Screenplays - $65.00
Notification of Acceptance - January 15, 2018
Exhibition Materials Deadline - February 15, 2018
Deadlines for student submissions will observe the calendar above. Fees are deeply discounted for students 😀
Prizes & Awards
We will present Artemis Awards for Audience Choice, Best Film, Best Director, Best Documentary, Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Fight Scene, Best Action Sequence, Best Screenplay, as well as others.
Top three winners of the Screenplay Competition will receive an InkTip Script Listing: A listing of your script on InkTip so that producers and reps can find you. Producers have made more than 200 films from scripts and writers they found through InkTip.
Submission Type Examples
Narrative films, please submit any genre featuring women in action or taking action. Examples: Terminator 2: Sci-Fi/Action; Aliens: Horror/Action; The Heat: Comedy/Action; and Suffragettes: Drama
For animated films, any film featuring women in action or taking action. Examples: Frozen, Brave, Tangled, and The Croods.
Documentary films are open to any stories about women in the armed forces, public service (police force, fire fighters, paramedics, etc.), pro and non-pro sports, political and social activism; basically any story that celebrates women in action or depicts heroic acts.
For screenplays, any genre of feature, TV show or pilot featuring women in action or taking action. Examples: Terminator 2: Sci-Fi/Action; Aliens: Horror/Action; The Heat: Comedy/Action; and Suffragettes: Drama.