Daniel Myrick ("The Blair Witch Project") Has Signed on to Judge Celebrity Video Distribution's Independent Feature Film Contest

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Independent Feature Film Contest with prizes totaling $10,000 is now open for film submissions.... If you are an independent feature length film producer, Celebrity Video Distribution wants your film.

Independent Feature Film Contest with prizes totaling $10,000.00 is now open for film submissions.

Indie Film Maker Legend, Daniel Myrick (The Blair witch Project) has signed on to Judge Celebrity Video Distribution's Independent Film Contest along with American film critic and entertainment journalist Ben Lyons and Fangoria Magazine's own Program Content Director MARLA NEWBORN.

Three prize winners will be selected:
First Place: One qualified entrant will receive a prize package consisting of a trip to Celebrity Video Distribution headquarters in Los Angeles, California, plus a targeted theatrical release of their film, or if a targeted theatrical release of their film is not achieved, then a cash award of $5,000.00 will be presented.

Two Runners-up Winners: Two qualified entrants will be judged to be runners-up of the contest, and will receive prize packages consisting of a cash reward of $1,000.00 each.

All entries accepted into the contest: Celebrity Video Distribution may offer to all films entered into the contest, the opportunity to have their film distributed in the US and/or Internationally. Entries selected for the contest will receive an “official selection” award logo.

Entries are now being accepted online. The contest officially ends Dec. 31st 2009. Winners will be announced in January. For more information on qualification and entry, producers can go to http://www.cvdistributes.com and click on Annual CVD Feature Film contest or call 323 655 0303.

Celebrity Video Distribution distributes DVDs to video stores, chains and supermarkets across the U.S. and internationally.

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