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United Film Festival (New York, Los Angeles, London) Announces Free Submissions to December 31, 2013

From a media release:

United Film Festival - Submissions Now FREE!
to December 31, 2013

United Film Festival is excited to announce that we now have zero submission fees! That's right, you can now submit to United Film Festival for free! 

• Check us out today and submit via Withoutabox!

United Film Festival recently wrapped the first three cities of our 2013 season - and what a great three cities they were!

In Los Angeles, we had one of our best years ever and honored legendary-director John Landis with a Lifetime Achievement Award on our closing night.   The award presentation took place at the historic Vista Theatre where Mr. Landis also had his handprints enshrined in cement prior to a screening of Animal House.

New York featured a series of great screenings including the documentary Play Until Your Fingers Bleed, which reunited the band, Kleen Kut, for the first time in many years!

London had us across-the-pond once again and featured the captivating documentary The Promoter. The charismatic subject of the film, Robert Pereno, was even in attendance for this packed house screening!

United Films recently launched a brand-new digital channel where you can see your favorite films from us in one convenient, easy-to-use place. 



The best part about our new channel, via, is that you have several unique ways to watch the films! We put together bundle packages that cater to the viewer. Options range from streaming AND downloading the movies for one sweet price, to special packages never before available. All of these options are fresh, new and exciting ways for you to engage this films and enhance your overall movie watching experience. You can even Skype with the filmmakers!

If you're on Twitter, you can follow our new Twitter at @UnitedFilms for all the up-to-date information on the festivals and United Films brand.

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