Consider if this was a professionally run festival-they would not have closed their submissions a month early which they did this week.Originally planned to close on April 1st 2011, his website now states (on March 3rd) that 'SBFF 2011 deadline for entries has expired.'
Also how does the company accounts who runs the festival show no income at all and only declares £1 in their bank? Despite 250 films chosen at $30 an entry last year?
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