Food New England Submitted Video Program
Food New England, the exciting new food & drink web video portal, is now accepting food-related video submissions from amateur and professional film/video makers!
BENEFITS OF SUBMITTING YOUR VIDEO TO FOOD NEW ENGLAND (FNE)
a) Once submitted and accepted, you will still own your video/film and the right to show it, sell it, submit it to a festival, play it on your own website, give it to your Aunt Mildred or anything else you want to do with it. Food New England will not own the copyright to your video. Submitting your film/video to FNE simply grants us an irrevocable right to show your video on FNE, on company related websites, and for promotional purposes. FNE also reserves the right to edit your video after it is submitted to us for content and to be sure it fits into our overall mission.
b) If your video is accepted on Food New England, it will be available for viewing to the current and growing FNE audience, YouTube viewers, Facebook viewers and all other public internet viewers. So, rather than having your video sit on a shelf (or languish in your hard drive) unseen, it will be available to the public. Including Aunt Mildred.
c) Viewers of your video will see your name at the end of your piece. Wherever possible, your name will also be displayed on the Food New England website and/or on YouTube Metada. Hey – we’re filmmakers ourselves, and we understand that the credit is often the only thing we get for our considerable efforts. If we can help you become famous for making a fabulous food video, we’ll be thrilled.
d) You won’t get a single red cent, but you will get bragging rights!
GUIDELINES FOR SUBMITTING YOUR VIDEO TO FOOD NEW ENGLAND (FNE)
Submitted Videos must be relevant to Food New England’s mission: “Ordinary people sharing our love of food and drink.” Food New England is a video channel about the diverse, delicious foods of the 6-state New England region (Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut) and how all kinds of people integrate food into our lives. Much of it from a 20-something perspective...irreverently, with humor and authenticity. Food New England videos fall mainly into five types:
b) How-to-cook videos showing amateur individuals, couples or families cooking or preparing drinks in their home, apartment or dorm kitchen EXAMPLE HERE - Garlic Linguine c) How-to video demonstrations from experts (chefs, bartenders, food gardeners, farmers, fishers) on food/drink acquisition and preparation. EXAMPLE HERE - Bloody Mary
d) How-to video food gardening/fishing/foraging and other demonstrations from amateur individuals, couples or families.