CreaTV San Jose call for entries

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Annual competition honoring Bay Area videomakers celebrates its fifth year
SAN JOSE, CA – (September 24, 2014) – CreaTV San Jose is proud to announce the Call for Entries for the 2014 CreaTiVe Awards. Videomakers from the Bay Area and Santa Cruz are invited to submit videos and TV shows for competition in one or more of ten categories at www.creatvsj.org from now until November 15, 2014.

Categories include: Business, Citizen Journalist, Educator, Bay Area Public Access TV
Series, Non-profit, Filmmaker, Student and CreaTiVe Excellence (Producer, Director, Editor, Cinematographer). Entry fee is $30 per entry per category. All proceeds support CreaTV San Jose, a non-profit community media center.

In order to enter The Creative Awards competition, submitters must live and/or work in one of the nine Bay Area counties or in Santa Cruz County. In addition, videos are eligible if shot on location in these areas, or have subject matters that are pertinent to, the Bay Area. Submitters must have completed the video they are entering between October 2012 and November 2014.

Finalists announced December 8, 2014. Winners announced on January 10, 2015 at The
CreaTiVe Awards Gala at the California Theatre in San Jose.

More information on categories and submission guidelines can be found at www.creatvsj.org or by contacting The CreaTV office at [email protected] or (408) 295-8815 ext. 307.

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