The International Film Festival of Kerala in India is currently accepting submissions up to the 30th of September. Kerala is a scenic area in the Southern peninsula of India, basked by the Arabian Sea. It is one of the most densely populated spots in India. The film industry in Kerala is known as Malayalam cinema as that is the primary language the films are made in. IFFK is supported by The Kerala State Chalachitra Academy (Motion Picture Academy of the Kerala State) "the only Academy for Motion Pictures in India works for the promotion of Cinema as a cultural expression."
There is no cost involved in submitting your film to IFFK 2008. The top prize for feature films is The Golden Crow Pheasant Award (US$20,000), but perhaps under the circumstances, the best award would be actually going to Kerala for the festival as it is rather a stunning location.
The entry form plus rules and regulations can be obtained from the IFFK 2008 site.