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OIFF Deadlines are postmark deadlines, please have your film in the mail and fees paid within one week of submitting to be considered for submission. Submissions with average grades or better are sent to additional screeners for review.
Films with the best screener reviews and grades are given to the Board Of Directors and Festival Programmer for the final program selection process. Please check our website on that date to see when and where your film is screening.
Films with copies not received in time may be screened using the original submission DVD. By entering the festival you are giving the festival the right to screen your film in any version.
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