May 172011



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Presenting Season Two of the Haydenfilms Online Film Festival











Kutztown, PA (PRWEB) September 27, 2006

It’s time to vote for the winner of the Second Annual Haydenfilms Online Film Festival. Featuring 50 short films from ten countries, the Haydenfilms Online Film Festival runs from September 13 through November 15, 2006.

After reviewing more than 195 international entries, an expert panel of judges has selected the top 50 films competing for a $ 10,000 cash prize, plus other prizes from sponsors such as Akimbo and Write Brothers. The top four filmmakers will have their films shown during the winner’s ceremony in January 2007 in New York City.

Finalists for the festival submitted short films no longer than thirty-five minutes to be reviewed by a unique, professional judging panel consisting of national media professors and film industry experts. Each judge viewed and voted on the films, and their top 50 selections have been made available online at http://bside.haydenfilms.com

Each film will be available for voting, with the online community making the final decision on the winner. Through a partnership with Bside Entertainment, Haydenfilms members will be able to interact with the filmmakers through blogs, slide shows, and film reviews. All Haydenfilms members who vote online will be entered into a drawing for a $ 250.00 Viewer Appreciation Award, which will be chosen at the end of the festival voting period in November.

Haydenfilms Online Film Festival was among the first solely online film festivals, beginning in October 2004 as a way for independent filmmakers to showcase their works to the online community. Of the various online film festivals, they were the first to accept all short films regardless of genre, and the first to offer a $ 10,000 cash prize to the winning filmmaker. Submissions for Season Two were accepted until July 15, 2006 and include a wide variety of films including student submissions, animation and documentary formats.

The Online Film Festival is just one component of Haydenfilms.com, which is quickly becoming known as the premier online resource for independent filmmakers. In addition to the Festival, the website offers its members industry news, job and resume posting, message boards and shopping for film-making software and equipment.

For more information on the Second Annual Haydenfilms Online Film Festival, please visit http://www.haydenfilms.com.

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May 052011



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Haydenfilms Online Festival Unveils Season 1 Finalists










Lehigh Valley, Penn. (PRWEB) August 26, 2005

The judging is complete, and it is time to vote for the winner of the First Annual Haydenfilms Online Film Festival.

After reviewing over 100 films, an expert panel of judges has selected the top thirty-six films competing for a $ 10,000 cash prize, plus other prizes from sponsors such as Write Brothers and CMP Books. The films will be available for free online member viewing and voting at http://www.haydenfilms.com beginning Aug. 30, continuing through Oct. 30, 2005. The top four filmmakers will have their films shown during the winner’s ceremony in November, and the filmmaker with the most online votes will receive the grand prize.

Finalists for the contest submitted short films no longer than thirty minutes to be reviewed by a unique, professional judging panel consisting of eight national media professors and film industry experts. Each judge viewed and voted on the films, and their top selections have been made available online at http://www.haydenfilms.com for voting. A complete list of the finalists is available at http://www.haydenfilms.com/news.php

Each film will be available to view in its entirely for member voting, with the online community making the final decision on the winner. All Haydenfilms members who vote online will be entered into a drawing for a $ 250.00 Viewer Appreciation Award, which will be chosen at the end of the festival voting period in November.

Haydenfilms.com was among the first solely online film festivals, beginning in October 2004 as a way for independent filmmakers to showcase their works to the online community. Of the various online film festivals, they were the first to accept all short films regardless of genre, and the first to offer a $ 10,000 cash prize to the winning filmmaker. Submissions were accepted until July 15, 2005, and include a wide variety of films, ranging from student submissions, animation, and documentary formats.

The Online Film Festival is just one component of Haydenfilms.com, which is quickly becoming known as the premier online resource for independent filmmakers. In addition to the Festival, the website offers its members industry news, job and resume posting, message boards, and shopping for filmmaking software and equipment.

For more information on the Festival, please visit http://www.haydenfilms.com, or contact Haydenfilms LLC at 610-894-9639.

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Apr 112011



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“Fortunate Son” Wins $ 10,000 Grand Prize In First Annual Haydenfilms Online Film Festival












Kutztown, Pa. (PRWEB) January 20, 2006

“Fortunate Son,” a touching short film about a Vietnam War veteran directed by Quinn Saunders and starring Joe Spano, won the $ 10,000 grand prize in the First Annual Haydenfilms Online Film Festival.

The award was presented January 12, 2006 at a special ceremony at the legendary Director’s Guild of America (DGA) Theater in New York City.

Competing against the winner were “I Killed Zoe Day,” written and directed by Powell Weaver; “Life or Breath,” written and directed by Steve Desmond; and “SmartCard,” directed by James Oxford. The runners-up received prize packages from the festival’s sponsors, WriteBrothers, gettyimages® and Akimbo. Other sponsors of the festival and the awards ceremony included Withoutabox, Zyr, Sposto Interactive, CMP Books, Station Avenue Productions and Chanterelle’s Catering.

A native of Mt. Holly, N.J., Saunders graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Rutgers University and was accepted into the University of Southern California’s Film Production Program in the spring of 2000. He was awarded an MFA in August 2003 and later worked with leading director Robert Zemeckis. “Fortunate Son” is a result of that mentoring.

“‘Fortunate Son’ is an incredibly moving film and we are honored to have drawn that caliber of production to our first festival. The same is true for the three other finalists for our grand prize, as well as all of the films that we received. Haydenfilms is looking forward to Season Two of our festival that will begin on August 30, 2006,” said Hayden Craddolph, president and founder of Haydenfilms.

The Haydenfilms Online Film Festival is among the first fully online festivals and began in October 2004 as a way for independent filmmakers to showcase their works on the Internet. Thirty-six films were selected as finalists in Season One of the festival that ran from August 30 to October 30, 2005. The top four films are being shown on http://www.haydenfilms.com through the end of August, 2006.

Finalists for Season One of the Haydenfilms Online Film Festival submitted short films of 35 minutes or less that were reviewed by a unique, professional judging panel of eight national media professors and film industry experts. Each judge viewed and voted on the films and the top 36 were made available for online member voting. Entries included student submissions, animated works and documentaries. The Haydenfilms Online Film Festival was the first to accept all short films regardless of genre and the first to offer a $ 10,000 grand prize.

Haydenfilms LLC, founded in 2001, is an independent film production and distribution company based in Kutztown, Pa. Its mission is to create and foster an online network of independent and student film producers and to provide the support and resources necessary for filmmakers to succeed. The Haydenfilms website provides industry news, job and resume posting, message boards and shopping for filmmaking software and equipment.

For more details on the Second Annual Haydenfilms Online Film Festival, as well as other Haydenfilms programs and events, visit http://www.haydenfilms.com.

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Mar 182011



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Haydenfilms Announces Season One Grand Prize Finalists











Lehigh Valley, PA (PRWEB) November 8, 2005

The Haydenfilms Online Film Festival is pleased to announce their top four finalists for Season One, competing to win the $ 10,000 grand prize at our awards ceremony in December of 2005. The online community selected the finalists from the thirty-six films

participating in the festival, which ran August 30 through October 30, 2005, via an online voting system created for the festival.

The finalists in alphabetical order are: “Fortunate Son” submitted by Quinn Saunders; “I Killed Zoe Day” submitted by Powell Weaver; “Life or Breath” submitted by Steve Desmond; and “Smartcard” submitted by James Oxford. While the winning film will receive the grand prize, the other finalists will receive prize packages contributed by sponsors such as Write Brothers, CMP Books, and Akimbo. These four films will also be showcased at Haydenfilms.com through August 29, 2006. Season Two of the Haydenfilms Online Film Festival begins August 30, 2006.

Finalists for the festival submitted short films no longer than thirty minutes to be reviewed by a unique, professional judging panel consisting of eight national media professors and film industry experts. Each judge viewed and voted on the films, and the top thirty-six films were made available for online member voting during the festival period.

Haydenfilms.com was among the first solely online film festivals, beginning in October 2004 as a way for independent filmmakers to showcase their works to the online community. Of the various online film festivals, they were the first to accept all short films regardless of genre, and the first to offer a $ 10,000 cash prize to the winning filmmaker. Submissions were accepted until July 15, 2005, and included a wide variety of films, ranging from student submissions, animation, and documentary formats.

The Online Film Festival is just one component of Haydenfilms.com, which is quickly becoming known as the premier online resource for independent filmmakers. In addition to the Festival, the website offers its members industry news, job and resume posting, message boards, and shopping for filmmaking software and equipment.

For more information on the Festival, please visit http://www.haydenfilms.com, or contact Haydenfilms LLC at 610-894-9639.

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Nov 292010



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Haydenfilms Online Film Festival – Call For Entries

Kutztown, Pa., (PRWEB) May 23, 2006

The final call for entries for the Second Annual Haydenfilms Online Film Festival is approaching fast! Student and independent filmmakers can submit their short films for the chance to win a $ 10,000 cash prize! Late deadline for submissions is June 15, 2006.

Short films up to 35 minutes in length are being accepted from any genre including animation, documentary and experimental. The top 50 films as selected by the prestigious panel of judges will be entered into the online festival beginning August 30, 2006 at Haydenfilms.com

Haydenfilms members will vote online to select the winning film from these 50 finalists. The festival winner will be announced, and the top three finalists will be honored at our awards ceremony in New York City in January 2007.

Haydenfilms LLC, founded in 2001, is an independent film production and distribution company based in Kutztown, Pa. Their mission is to create and foster an online network of independent and student film producers and to provide the support and resources necessary for filmmakers to succeed. The Haydenfilms Online Film Festival was the first online festival to accept all short films regardless of genre and the first to offer a $ 10,000 grand prize. The Haydenfilms web site provides industry news, a crew database, a production board and shopping for filmmaking software and equipment.

For more details on the Haydenfilms Online Film Festival, as well as other Haydenfilms programs and events, visit Haydenfilms.com

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