After Oscars, Time for Hollywood Film Awards

Osacrs thing would have come and gone, but awards fever is not yet over. Get ready for another film awards ceremony.

Now, the Hollywood Film Awards has decided to celebrate Hollywood cinema and recognize excellence in Hollywood, both in-front and behind the camera – in fact, for the 17th consecutive year.

This year the Hollywood Film Awards Gala ceremony takes place on October 21, 2013, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, in Beverly Hills.

According to the organizers, in the last 10 years, a total of 96 Oscar nominations and 34 Oscars were given to the honorees of the Hollywood Film Awards.

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“We are very excited,” exclaimed Hollywood Film Awards founder, Carlos de Abreu.

The criteria for the recipients are based on their body of work and/or one or more films that are to be released within the calendar year.

The event is now open for submissions in these genres: Features (all genres including animation, drama, comedy, horror), Docs, and Shorts (including animation). Submission deadline is March 30, 2013.

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For more information about the Hollywood Film Awards, visit http://www.hollywoodawards.com

The Hollywood Film Festival prefers paperless entries submitted via The International Film Festival Submission System (BrigitFest) – on the Web at Withoutabox.com.

Withoutabox provides cost-saving online entry to major film festivals throughout the U.S. and in Europe with one master entry form, allowing you to enter your film more quickly and with greater accuracy. This method is free and easy.

Withoutabox users enjoy the advantages of Extended Deadlines and Online Press Kit submissions and filmmakers with an upgraded project on Withoutabox receive $5.00 off their Entry Fees.

Photo courtesy: Hollywood Network / Hollywood Film Awards

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