Such titles are removed as they are identified. We remove ineligible titles all the time. If you are aware of titles that you believe are not eligible to be listed, feel free to bring them to our attention and our editors will be glad to reassess their status. What kind of verification do you need? For made-for-TV titles, we need evidence of past or future airing on a major market broadcast station or national network.
For direct-to-video projects, we need evidence of sales from a sufficiently non-local retailer other than the filmmakers or a distribution agreement with an established distributor. These are the most common situations; see also here for more details. What do you mean by "qualifying festival"? Not all film festivals are created equal.
Our criteria specify that a film must have been screened at a selective festival, i. The festival must also be of sufficient stature and non-local relevance. For example, some ad hoc showcase in a little town to celebrate local talent is not a selective festival of the kind that gets you into IMDb.
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What does "online evidence" mean? How do I provide this verification to you? It means that as part of your submission you should include links to third-party sites that feature the required information. By "third-party" we mean sites that are not connected to the production: the official website for the production company or the director and other cast and crew is not a third-party site.
We are also unable to accept Facebook Pages or Wikipedia entries as online evidence. The lack of these links is one of the most common reasons why new titles are rejected: you need to provide direct links not just the home page of a site , and not vague descriptions like "The project was announced in the latest issue of [insert trade publication name here]".
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Note that if the title is produced by an established production company - this means one that has produced several titles that have been distributed nationally - or is set up at an established studio or network, the site can be part of that company's site, like a press release or schedule page.
See also here. But we're just starting production - we don't have an official web site yet!
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That's OK - we're not looking for a full-fledged web site, or even necessarily something that we would normally accept for an external link. Remember that we need a link to a specific page, not the home page of a site. If there was once a link but it's gone now you can use the Internet Archive to try to get it back. But remember, existence of the film and eligibility are not the same. The link must prove eligibility. I don't have any links to online sources, but I have other verification for example a letter of acceptance from a reputable film festival, or the printed catalogue with my film in it.
Would that work? We strongly prefer online sources because it's much more efficient and faster for staff to process them. However as a last resort we might be able to accept printed materials.
The best way to do this is to scan them, save them as images e. If you are unable to scan documents and put them online, as a last resort please contact us using the appropriate form and ask for details on how to submit this data. Please be aware that processing your submission may take substantially longer due to the increased amount of manual labor involved. There has been "online evidence" in the past, but the links have been removed since then!
What can I do?
You sent me an e-mail with a specific question but the sender was 'do-not-reply-here imdb. Go back to your update history , find your original title submission, click on it and edit it to include the answer we are looking for. If you really can't figure out how to resend the title with the additional info, you may contact our help desk but please keep in mind that resubmitting the data is always substantially faster than any other route, because your submission will go directly to the editors in charge of making the final decision. Ok, I think I've got it.
How do I properly resubmit my title then? Go back to your update history , find your original title submission, click on it and edit it to include the additional data and resend it through our web form. But do not resubmit the same information several times.
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That serves no purpose and does not help you to get into IMDb more quickly. Neither does submitting the same film with several spelling variations hoping one gets through.
That will likely only delay acceptance of your title. I've followed your instructions, resubmitted my title several times and you keep rejecting it. I demand an explanation!
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Ineligible titles will not be included. For details see here. If this is the case, that's what you have to do. Sorry: Like we said, only a tiny fraction of in-production titles can be listed before release. If our editors have decided that the film you submitted doesn't make the cut, you'll just have to wait until it is actually properly released before resubmitting it.
In the last case, you need to persevere and provide more information: evidence of release, festival acceptance etc.
The more data you provide, the better. My title was listed and now it's gone! If we are unable to verify that they're still eligible to be listed, we will remove them. Maloney D-N. In a Friday statement, Sen. Patty Murray D-Wash. President of the American Federation of Teachers Randi Weingarten also condemned the proposed rules in a Friday statement. Do you have information you want to share with HuffPost?