The Ghana Oscar Committee is inviting submissions for the 95th Academy Awards; International Feature Film Category.
The 95th Oscars will take place on Sunday, March 12, 2023, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
An international film is defined as a feature-length motion picture (over 40 minutes) produced outside the United States of America and its territories with a predominantly (more than 50%) non-English dialogue track. Animated and documentary feature films are permitted.
In a press statement released by the Committee, it stated, that to be eligible for the 95th Academy Awards: International Feature Film Category, films must meet all qualifications in their respective categories, including requirements pertaining to theatrical releases and exhibition formats.
It added that, film festival participation does not qualify a film in the International Feature Film category. Films must comply with all other eligibility requirements for the 95th Academy Awards.
The committee warned that entries that do not meet the regulations will not be considered.
For a complete set of rules, please refer to the Rules and Eligibility page or click on the links below:
Mode of Submission
All submissions must be made through Film Freeway cost-saving, paperless submission to film festivals around the world.
Film Freeway’s internet-only submission platform features online applications via one master entry form, online fee payments, press kits, and the option to use Secure Online Screeners, an economical, eco-friendly, and secure alternative to traditional hard-copy DVD submissions.
The deadline for submission is September 20, 2022. Entries received after the submission deadline will not be accepted.
The committee says it will be available to answer all questions by filmmakers via email: email@example.com. Call:024 134 6165/054 626 3771.
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