Friday, March 08, 2013

No Entry Fee Film Festivals – The Low Budget Filmmaker’s Best Friend

Filmmaking is hard, especially when most people seem to think it takes millions of dollars to make a film. That maybe true for some people, but it should not discourage anyone from doing things on a shoe string budget.

This is why I’m sharing this website: No Entry Fee Festivals.  This is a great resource if you’re on a budget and still want to get your film seen. We all know those festival submissions fees add up fast, and I’m a big believer in making the most out of every situation. So, this is for all of us filmmakers who want to keep promoting our films and getting them seen, but may not have the cash to do it.

About the site: was created, and is maintained, by Tracy Miller-Robbins, an artist and animator. It is a guide to no fee festivals and opportunities, a directory of festival organizations throughout the world and a resource for current artistic work in the mediums of animation, film and video.

Twitter: @noentryfeefests

*Do you have a helpful resource you’d like to promote? Do you know about a great resource to share with the Broads? Get in touch with me and I’ll write about it. Contact me.


  1. Great resource. Thank you for posting this.

  2. Yes, good to know! Thank you!