The Tell-Tale Heart – a musicabre is now playing in the
NEW YORK LIFT-OFF FILM FESTIVAL
in the NEWCOMERS SHORT 1 program
That’s right. You have another chance to watch the well-reviewed “The Tell-Tale Heart – a musicabre” at a film festival. And you don’t need to fly to New York to see it, just like you didn’t need to fly 5 weeks ago to Switzerland, because in the age of Coronavirus, for now, if a film festival is up and running, it’s doing so on-line.
Click here to get to the New York Lift-Off Festival. Find the NEWCOMERS SHORT 1 program. For $10 you can watch a wide variety of short films during the month of July. “The Tell-Tale Heart – a musicabre” is listed at #61 in the NEWCOMERS SHORTS 1 program, showcasing “films from brand new voices”.
Well, I guess I am a new filmmaking voice. I’m an old showbiz hand otherwise…
While you’re at it, please vote for “The Tell-Tale Heart – a musicabre” in the comments section and the festival’s special voting website. Here’s their explanation how:
Please vote by first writing VOTED in the comments section, followed by the names of your two favourite films. Then head to our website on liftoff.network/voting-system-newyork-newcomersshort1/ to fill out the more detailed voting form.
Votes with only one selection/ the same film twice will be INVALID.
Strictly one set of votes per person.
The top 2 voted “audience choice” films, plus 1 jury selection will go through to the Network Round.
The overall winning film in their respective category will receive a physical screening at next year’s New York Lift-Off, and free membership to the Lift-Off Network.
Membership entitles the production team to fee waivers across all of our 25 festivals and showcases on FilmFreeway, along with production support applications to our Lift-Off Production Support package worth nearly $75,000, Career Road-Mapping Consultations and lots more…
Season Awards nominations will be awarded to winners in their category and special mentions.
Voting will end 10pm (BST) Sunday 31st July.
After the festival, these films will be removed from the public domain.