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Submission deadline announced for INPUT

Submit your projects for INPUT, an international public television conference founded on the principle that film and television programs made with public money should be made in the public interest.

INPUT exists to encourage the highest quality television programming worldwide, to support television as a service to the public, and to promote discussion and debate about the television craft. Above all, INPUT is a market for ideas, a showcase for the cream of international public service broadcasting, and a global meeting point for those who make and those who commission the programs screening on public television throughout the world.

Public broadcasting stations, independent producers and public television entities are all eligible to submit programs to their INPUT National Coordinators. A program aired by a private station may also be accepted (at the discretion of the national selection panel) if it carries substantial public interest value and meets the INPUT criteria. Programs must have aired on public television, or have a station’s promise to be aired before May 2009, and must have been produced within the last two years.

The 2009 conference will be held in Warsaw, Poland, 8–15 May 2009.

To submit a program, send two DVDs plus production details and contacts to:

INPUT International Selection
c/o Screen Australia
GPO Box 3984
Sydney NSW 2001

Deadline for project submissions 30 November 2008.