Posted: Mon, 22nd Mar 2004, 4:25pm
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I posted a movie for the Cinema section and it shows "rejected". How can I find out why it was rejected so I can fix it.. I don't see a "more info" or "comments" areas or anything.
Posted: Mon, 22nd Mar 2004, 4:30pm
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Check your email.
Posted: Mon, 22nd Mar 2004, 7:22pm
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ahh, thanks - I should have known, time to crank up the email.
FYI - a brief mention of this on the cinema faq page might be worthwhile.
Posted: Mon, 22nd Mar 2004, 7:26pm
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Its on the cinema submission page.
Posted: Sun, 18th Apr 2004, 11:53am
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i just wanted to say that was pretty funny
Posted: Sun, 18th Apr 2004, 12:48pm
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Posted: Fri, 30th Apr 2004, 2:20pm
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If it is on the submission page its pretty well hidden, I went back to the page and can't find any reference. It says that one CSB-Digital product must be used, it doesn't say that you must have included the appropriate wording in your movie credits as per the requirements of the software license.
Since few people read all the way through their license (sad but true) I think its a good idea to put a reminder in the submission page.
Posted: Thu, 1st Jul 2004, 8:02pm
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Quoth the submissions page:
Anybody can submit a movie to FXhome.com, whether you are just starting out in filmmaking or are a hardened professional. There are a few rules that need to be adhered to:
At least one CSB-Digital product must have been used during the making of the movie.
The movie must be hosted on a permanent website that can be remotely linked to.
Although large hi-res files are more than welcome, a compressed copy of the film (~50k per second) must also be made available for those with slower internet connections.
By submitting a movie you acknowledge that all legal aspects relating to the movie have been addressed and cleared, and that you accept full responsibility for the content of the movie.
FXhome.com is unable to accept films of an explicit sexual nature.
FXhome.com can refuse to showcase a movie in the cinema and can also remove a movie without notice from the cinema, with no obligation to provide an explanation."
What was the reason given for Movie Rejected?