Be a Reviewer for DC Shorts
Do you like film? Can you articulate your opinion in a few carefully crafted sentences? Do you respect the opinions of others? Do you have the passion to watch and evaluate 30 to 40 movies, or read 10 to 20 scripts? If so, then you will make an incredible reviewer.
This year, the DC Shorts Film Festival and Screenplay Competitions expect a record number of films and scripts to be entered! In order to process these entries, we require the integrity and dedication of our volunteer screeners and readers.
This page has all of the information about the process, commitment, and expectations for our screeners. After reading all of the information, if you are still interested (and we hope you are!), fill out the form at the bottom of this page.
When is DC Shorts 2016?
What is the Time Commitment?
Can I be both a Film and Script Judge?
What if I have to drop out of the process?
I want to screen films, but know I will not be around during the festival week. What should I do?
I want to screen films but cannot attend the training meeting on March 7. What should I do?
I work strange hours. Will this be a problem?
I have two friends who want to do this with me — what should I do.
If I do not have friends interested in judging with me, should I create a team?
I do not live in the DC area. Can I still be a judge?
I was previously a screener. Do I need to attend the meeting on March 7? What about the Executive Judge team?
What equipment do I need?
I have more questions…
Ready to Sign Up?
As a DC Shorts reviewer, I agree to…