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Karbonshark considers projects (domestic & international) that meet the following criteria:
DOCUMENTARY FEATURE FILMS
Any nonfiction film with a running time of 50 minutes or more, not including entirely scripted or improvised fictionalizations of actual events. If your documentary contains some dramatization of actual events, you may still submit. Documentary feature films that have been or will be broadcast or streamed on television or the Internet, or released via any home video or other public distribution platform (Blu-ray, DVD, streaming, VOD, etc.) are not eligible.
NARRATIVE FEATURE FILMS
Any narrative work of fiction with a running time of 50 minutes or more, including films that are shot in a "mockumentary" style. The submitted project must be either scripted or improvisational fiction. Narrative feature films that have been or will be broadcast or streamed on television or the Internet, or released via any home video or other public distribution platform (Blu-ray, DVD, streaming, VOD, etc.) are not eligible.
Projects submitted in this category may be documentary series or fictional series of any genre, whether scripted or improvised. Applicants may submit single or multiple episodes of the same project, provided that the total running time does not exceed 180 minutes, including credits. We accept both short-form and long-form content, but individual episodes may not exceed 60 minutes in length. Submissions in this category are not eligible if the submitted content has been made available to the general public via any platform (broadcast television, Blu-ray, DVD, streaming, VOD, etc.). Projects originating from outside of the United States are still eligible provided that the content has only been released within their country of origin. If the submitted content is a continuation of an existing series that has previously been made available to the public, only new episodes are eligible.
Required deliverables include but are not limited to E&O insurance, HD masters, trailer, artwork, and closed captions.