Serving Bel Air, Benedict Canyon, Beverly Hills. Brentwood, Laurel Canyon, Los Feliz, Malibu, Pacific Palisades, Melrose, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Topanga, Canyon, Westwood & Hollywood Hills.

Name

E-mail

facebook Canyon News twitter Canyon News

Canyon News

Bel Air News

Beverly Hills News

Brentwood News

Hollywood Hills News

Laurel Canyon News

Los Angeles News

Los Feliz News

Malibu News

Melrose News

Pacific Palisades News

Santa Monica News

Sherman Oaks News

Studio City News

Topanga Canyon News

West Hollywood News

Westwood News

Woodland Hills

Celebrity News

State News

National News

World Headlines

Deaf News

Entertainment

Film

Television

Music

On the Industry

Star Gazing

St. John's Confidential File

Theatrical Musings

Life & Style

Event Listings

Tech Talk

Looking Good For Lots Less

Spirit & Creativity

Miller Time

Books

View from the Hill

NY WEST

Chrystal's Recipe Corner

Career and Life Coaching

Gardening With Tony

Life According To Lenson

Real Estate Realities

Food

Sports

Marathon Running

Keeping It Bruin: A Look Into UCLA Athletics

Baseball

Basketball

Football

Hockey

Pets

Vi's Corner

Pet Tips

Point of View

John Armor

Message to America

Critic At Large... Ruta Lee

Labor Week

Ramblings

10 Degrees Cooler

McConnors corner

Edge of the west

The Physics Wizard

Auto

Kyle's Kars

Travel

Susan Michelle's Compass

Advice

Ask Deanna

Dear Lily

Ask Oona

Features

Dancing with Earthquakes

Archives

Sports Schedules

Traveling Beyond the Canyon

Edge of the West

Law Man

Ask Us

Nathan Tabor

The Angry Economist

Truth Probe

As I See It

Columnists

Truth Conquers

The Live Wire

Notes from Exile

Letters to the Editor

Dog Training by Anthony

Canyon Mews

Speak!

Sponsors

America's Most Wanted Dogs

World Recipes

Vegetarian Lifestyle

Humor

News Briefs

Local News

Books

News

Canyon Fodder

Bad Movie Night

Critical Projection

Ed's on the Town

Fitness Quests

Flashback Films

Stories of the Strange

Gourmet Grandma

He Said/She Said

Home Matters with Yvonne

L.A. Etch-a-Sketch

L.A. Ruminations

McConnor's Corner

Mommy Minute

Musically Speaking

My Back Pages

Publisher's Pages

ResourceINK

Scene and Heard in L.A.

Silly...But Wise!

Sunset Diaries

Table Options

The Paws Cause

TV Stuff

Cartoon of the Week



Deaf News

TVIFF And Deaf West Theatre Team Up
Posted by Irena Taylor on Jun 17, 2014 - 9:59:42 PM

TVIFF.jpg
The deadline to apply is June 30th.
TEMECULA—The Temecula Valley International Film and Music Festival (TVIFF) has partnered with Deaf West to extend their reach from hearing, to deaf and hard of hearing audiences. According to the event's website, the event is meant to “[showcase] a remarkable diversity of local, national and international films, music and personalities to the delight of enthusiastic audiences.” The event will begin on September 17 and end on September 21.

 

In a press release from Deaf West Theatre, Jo Mouton, Founder and Festival Director of TVIFF, indicated that the organization was “thrilled to be back celebrating our 18th presentation with a festival that brings a premier world class signature event to the City of Temecula along with our new partner, Deaf West Theatre Inc., which strengthens our combined abilities to promote the features and benefits of the Temecula brand throughout the world.”

 

“As the only deaf - run Arts organization west of the Mississippi, Deaf West Theatre (DWT) has been filling the void and directly enhancing the cultural lives of millions of deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) individuals in California and around the USA...TVIFF is grateful to be a partner with DWT to help level the playing field and make a bold statement about inclusion, diversity and accessibility,” the Deaf West Theatre release stated. “DWT and TVIFF will work together to reach new deaf, hard of hearing and hearing audiences to enjoy enhanced cinematic and music experiences with simultaneous interpretation in American Sign Language (ASL).”

 

According to the TVIFF website, the festival is competitive. They accept entries from the US, as well as foreign films from five categories that include: narrative features, documentaries, shorts, animation and student films.

 

The festival is also open to those performing as a solo, duo, trio, quartet and ensembles. The deadline to submit an entry to the festival is June 30 for both the film and music applicants. Submitting an application by the deadline requires an application fee of $25 for general applicants and $10 for children. If an applicant misses the deadline, they can still apply for the extended deadline on July 15with a fee of $35 or $15 for students.

 

After the deadline, 12 music artist applicants will be selected to perform in the TVIFF's 18th annual compilation CD. Artists selected to have their work featured in the CD will be notified by August 10. A further slimming of the musical artist will be made, only allowing 3 to perform at the Awards Gala on September 21.

 

Those submitting music are required to create a tape, video or CD with at least 2 tracks for the judges to listen to, a labeled photo of the artist or band (that will not be returned,) artist/band bio, press kit/media information and a check of money order of $25 made payable to: Temecula Valley Int'l Film Festival. Submission can also be made online at: http://www.tviff.com/music-call-for-entries/.



 

Cliffside Malibu

-------------------------

-------------------------

 

Serving Bel Air, Benedict Canyon, Beverly Hills. Brentwood, Laurel Canyon, Los Feliz, Malibu, Pacific Palisades, Melrose, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Topanga, Canyon, Westwood & Hollywood Hills.