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  • StudentFilmmakers.com invites filmmakers and production companies to submit their movie production stills for a chance to be Featured on the COVER of the next edition of StudentFilmmakers Magazine! Movies and projects will be chosen based on originality, creativity and production values for both the magazine's Cover and for the website. StudentFilmmakers Magazine goes out to thousands of subscribers in the independent and professional filmmaking community. To take advantage of this amazing opportunity, send your movie production stills to the contact information below. You may also send your electronic media kit or the link to your EPK. Mail your movie screeners to the address below for an opportunity to be reviewed or interviewed by StudentFilmmakers Magazine. StudentFilmmakers.com regularly features new and emerging independent filmmakers and award-winning professionals in the film, television, and motion picture industry in the US and beyond. Send your bios, press releases and information on your film, television, and animation projects.

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