Category Archive: FAQs

Category Archive: FAQs

New FAQ: Can an organization submit a film?

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For all you great food-focused nonprofits and businesses out there, this one’s for you!

CAN AN ORGANIZATION SUBMIT A FILM?

Organizations are welcome to create a film for the contest, but must designate an individual as the entrant for the contact information for the contest.

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Category Archive: FAQs

New FAQ: Can I submit a film I’ve already made?

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Here’s another question we’ve received and added to the FAQs.

Can I submit a film I’ve already made?

If the final cut you submit hasn’t already lived on the Internet or been screened at another venue, absolutely. If it has, you can┬ástill submit it, but it must be edited for the contest. So change it up, put a new spin on footage you’ve already shot, add to something you’ve been working on–and enter! As with all entries, you also need to make sure there weren’t, or aren’t, any issues or claims with the copyright and usage and, like all entries, you must follow our Terms and Conditions.

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New FAQ: Can I submit an entry if I’m based in Canada? Can the film be shot overseas?

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We’ve already heard from lots of you that you plan to submit a film to the Real Food Media Contest! We’ve also been receiving some questions and have added them, with answers, to the FAQ section of our website. We’ll post each of them as they are added.

Can I submit an entry if I’m based in Canada?

Yes, but you need to agree to consent to jurisdiction in the United States if there is a problem with copyright or other claims. Also, as we note in our Terms and Conditions, you are responsible for paying taxes on any prize money you receive, and would similarly be responsible for paying Canadian taxes on any prize money. This year the contest is limited to residents of the U.S. and Canada.

Can the film be shot overseas?

Definitely! The powerful stories we want to hear have no boundaries.

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