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      The BareStage Theatre, the premiere Northern California opportunity for filmmakers and playwrights throughout the world, is now accepting film submissions for the remainder of 2007 and all of 2008.
      To submit your film or play, visit the theatre online at where you can find listings of previous films, guidelines and downloadable submission forms.
      The theatre is a nonprofit tax-exempt artists’ cooperative which regularly showcases new films and plays of all lengths, bringing the freshest work of new artists to new audiences. The theatre also awards annual chevrons to the best films of the year in numerous categories.
      In 2007, BareStage screened such award-winning feature films as "Red Doors," "Love & Support," "Bristol Boys," "The Puffy Chair" and many, many more. It has showcased such shorts as "Glacier Bay," "Peace," "Of Darkness," and others.
      Congratulations to all of those screened and to all of our "Best Of…" winners for the past season!
      But 2008 will bring even more opportunities for more films, as the coming year is devoted ENTIRELY to the presentation or original work. So, film submissions are needed now!
      In addition to the opportunities for screenings and awards, the theatre also provides written critiques to the filmmakers for every work submitted. And submission fees are an unusual value at $15 for films up to 20 minutes, all the way up to $40 for films up to two hours.
      As a home where artists support artists, all submission fees collected by BareStage go directly (and only) into the promotion and presentation of new plays and films.
      BareStage can be found online at, or reached by email at

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      Thnaks for the information 8)

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