Milano International Film Festival Awards

Milano, Italy

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Deadline
14 Sep 2020


Published: 09 Feb 2020
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


MIFF (from English acronym for Milan International Film Festival), nicknamed by the press as the "Milanese Sundance", has been recognized and distinguished as the official International Cinema exhibition festival of Milan. MIFF existed as a conventional film festival for 10 years, until 2010, when MIFF reinvented itself as MIFF Awards, a brand new genre in the sphere of film events that featured an avant-garde format pointed at the best of the best through a tough Winner category's selection.

An high recognition formula specifically designed to make independent filmmakers - and their films - more successful and marketable. A new and unique film event concept based on the traditional award "Nomination" categories selection format - originated by the Academy of Motion Picture, Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) or Oscar system, merged along with a traditional film festival of "only Winner category's" screenings program, to select a final Best Film of all.

Organized by the non-profit Italian cultural association Leonardo Da Vinci Film Society (LDVFS), MIFF Awards wIth its Independent Spirit Identity, it's an event studied for filmmakers/distributors who always necessitate to raise the prestige and the Media impact of their films.


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Lima Alterna International Film Festival

Lima, Peru

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Deadline
31 May 2020


Published: 08 Feb 2020
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


LIMA ALTERNA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL is a Peruvian film event that disseminates the best alternative, independent and auteur cinema from all over the world. It invites Lima's audience to discover the current panorama of cinema at a global level in the different filmmaking aspects that are being developed.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Experimental


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CineEco’2024 – 30th International Environmental Film Festival of Serra da Estrela

Seia, Portugal

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Deadline
15 May 2020


Published: 08 Feb 2020
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films


CineEco - International Environmental Film Festival of Serra da Estrela, organised by the Municipality of Seia, is the only festival in Portugal dedicated to the environment, which has been held uninterruptedly since 1995.

CineEco offers the public quality cinema and little-known, alternative cinematographies in relation to the traditional market. It is a festival that seeks to raise public awareness of cinema, its history and aesthetics, as well as environmental issues.


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KORTERRAZA short film festival

Vitoria, Spain

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Deadline
09 May 2020


Published: 07 Feb 2020
 Has submission fees
Short films


Short and outdoor terrace. This is what is proposed Korterraza, a festival of short films that celebrate its fourteenth edition of July 04 to 06, 2024 in Vitoria-Gasteiz, and throughout the summer, the tenth edition of Korterraza Araba.


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Short film festival


 Fiction  Animation  Other


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Alexandre Trauner Art/Film Fesztivál

Szolnok, Hungary

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Deadline
20 May 2020


Published: 07 Feb 2020
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films


With its long tradition, the Film Festival of Fine Arts in the city of Szolnok was completely renewed in October, 2018 in the spirit of the world-famous Hungarian-born artist and Oscar-winning production designer and was renamed the festival Alexandre Trauner ART / FILM Festival.


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CONSTRUIR CINE (Labor film Festival)

Ciudad de Buenos AIres, Argentina

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Deadline
31 Mar 2020


Published: 06 Feb 2020
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


CONSTRUIR CINE: INTERNATIONAL LABOR FILM FESTIVAL 2024 EDITION - OFFICIAL COMPETITIONS TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Construir Cine is the only International Labor Film Festival in Argentina. Its next edition will take place in Buenos Aires in May 2024, in a hybrid mode (face-to-face and online).

Construir Cine celebrates national and international cinema aiming to recognize and support filmmakers and to improve knowledge, accessibility, and understanding of socio-labor issues among a wide and diverse public.

Construir Cine is an event organized by UOCRA Foundation for the Education of Construction Workers’ TV channel, —hereinafter, the Organizer, with support from the National Institute of Cinema and Audiovisual Arts (INCAA) and its on-demand platform CINE.AR, and sponsored by UOCRA CULTURA and Construyendo Arte. This festival is part of the Global Labor Film Festival, an organization that brings together labor film festivals from around the world, and belongs to “RAFMA”: Argentine Network of Audiovisual Festivals and Exhibitions.

“CONSTRUIR CINE” is a groundbreaking proposal aimed at offering quality entertainment with social consciousness. A sensitive and insightful view of the world of work and labor.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Other


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Torino Underground Cinefest

Turin, Italy

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Deadline
19 Feb 2020


Published: 06 Feb 2020
 Has submission fees
Short films
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► imdb official list


Welcome back to the 11th edition!

For its 11th edition, the festival event will last for ten days, to offer more time for insights with the authors.

TUC_11 will be held in a very important location for the Turin “Cinema” universe, which is located in the heart of the city, at the marvelous Cinema Baretti.

Cash prizes are awarded for the best feature film, best short film and best documentary. Also, special awards will be assigned to: best director, best actor, best actress, best cinematographer, best editor and best sound designer. It there will be an audience award and mentions assigned by our media partners.

The festival counts on the help of media-partnerships and cultural partners in the area.

“It is obvious that art cannot teach anyone anything, since in four thousand years humanity has learnt nothing at all.”
― Andrei Tarkovsky


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Sicilymovie - Festival del Cinema di Agrigento

Agrigento, Italy

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Deadline
15 Jun 2020


Published: 06 Feb 2020
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Sicilymovie – Agrigento Film Festival is a festival of feature films, short film, documentaries, videoclip, spot and animation shorts, created and organized by the Southmovie Association, which was created with the aim of bringing outdoor cinema for everyone to the heart of Sicily: the evocative Valley of the Temples of Agrigento, a city named Italian Capital of Culture 2025. The themes addressed in the works of directors from all over the world are multiple and educational.

The ninth edition of Sicilymovie is aimed at the best productions and distributions of short films and documentaries in the world who will compete for the Golden Demetra, the representative statuette of the Festival which recalls ancient Greece, cultural symbol of ancient Akragas, the city of Agrigento.
The project is supported and sponsored by the Valle dei Templi Archaeological and Landscape Park of Agrigento, the Municipality of Agrigento, the Sicily Film Commission and the Tourism Department of the Sicily Region. The Valle dei Templi Archaeological and Landscape Park is about 1300 hectares wide and here belong the remains of the ancient city of Akragas and the surrounding area up to the sea. The Valley of the Temples was declared a "World Heritage Site" by Unesco in 1997. Today the Valley of the Temples has more than one million visitors a year.

PLACE, DATE AND DEADLINE

Sicilymovie - Agrigento Film Festival will take place from 18 to 21 July 2024 at the Valley of the Temples of Agrigento

The deadline for the call will be 2024, May 31 at 23:59


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Experimental  Music Video


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Social World Film Festival

Acerra, Italy

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Deadline
30 May 2020


Published: 06 Feb 2020
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


“Social World Film Festival” is the most emotional festival in the world with events, movies, previews, innovative activities, jury of young people and professionals, workshops, competitions, presentations and thousands of visitors.

The thirteenth edition of the International Social Cinema Festival “Social World Film Festival” will take place from 2nd July to 9th July 2023 in Vico Equense (Sorrento Coast - Italy) between activities in presence and innovative streaming modes aimed as always to ensure the interaction, direct and in connection, of the authors with the audience of the event.

The winners of the competitive selections are awarded during the Gala Night scheduled for the thirteenth edition in Vico Equense (Sorrento Coast - Italy).

Participating to the International Festival of Social Cinema “Social World Film Festival” offers some specially selected works the exclusive possibility to be presented in events organized worldwide thats in the last ten years, we have involved 28 cities in 40 events on five continents including Los Angeles, New York, Rio de Janeiro, Wien, Washington DC, Seoul, Busan, Berlin, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Cannes, Monte Carlo, Paris, Istanbul, San Francisco, Tokyo, Sydney, Marseilles, Palma, Tunis, Hong Kong, Jakarta.


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Slamdance Miami

Miami, United States

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Deadline
08 Mar 2020


Published: 06 Feb 2020
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Slamdance is embarking on an exciting new journey in Miami, Florida where we will continue to showcase and support emerging independent filmmakers through a brand new film festival emphasizing the multicultural and diverse communities of Florida, the Caribbean, Central and South America, and beyond.

Slamdance Miami will showcase works covering all forms of media including film, digital, interactive, gaming, and hybrid forms of storytelling. The inaugural edition of Slamdance Miami will take place May 28-31, 2020, following the 26th Slamdance Film Festival in Park City. The festival will feature an entirely different lineup of films programmed by Slamdance alumni from Miami, Central and South America in addition to leaders from a collection of Miami-based arts and education organizations including Black Lounge Film Series, Miami Dade College, Miami Dade County Office of Film and Entertainment, Miami Film Festival, Miami Media and Film Market, Miami VR Expo, O Cinema, OUTshine Film Festival and Third Horizon Film Festival. In the spirit of Slamdance, films will be programmed democratically, meaning that each programmer will get an equal say in which submitted projects make the final cut.

O Cinema will serve as the Official Cinema Venue for Slamdance Miami. Additional location partners include Faena Hotel Miami Beach, Miami Beach Cinematheque, The Colony Theater and The Wolfsonian-FIU.

Founding support for Slamdance Miami has come from Sandy Lighterman, Miami Media and Film Market co-founders Patricia Arias and Jose Luis Martinez and Slamdance alumni Kareem Tabsch, co-director of O Cinema.

An education program in collaboration with Miami Dade College and Brazil’s Academia Internacional de Cinema will further support emerging artists and their work, and will be free for the public to attend. Additionally, local grants provided by Miami-Dade County and others will support participant travel.


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Temporada Queer, Festival de Series LGTB+

SEVILLA, Spain

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Deadline
15 Mar 2020


Published: 06 Feb 2020
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films


This Series Festival, called Queer Season, seeks to become a place where to expose the importance of making the LGTB + collective visible in a natural and real way through the series that are broadcast in our country and its great influence on the millennial generation as well as on the rest of society.

In this edition we want to open the call to new and young creators who have projects of series with an LGTB + theme and can present their works to the contest where a committee will be in charge of evaluating and selecting the best works that will be broadcast during the festival under certain criteria.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental


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Dokumentarfilmfestival Globale Berlin

Berlin, Germany

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Deadline
05 Apr 2020


Published: 06 Feb 2020
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Globale Berlin: the film festival critical of globalization is a space that offers a platform for emancipatory content and solidarity with various resistance struggles.

The selected films make visible a multitude of different struggles that radically oppose a globally dominant system in which capitalist exploitation, patriarchal violence, racism and discrimination threaten life and its future.

In the mainly documentary formats, we learn from inspiring forms of resistance worldwide that defend and build a world in which a dignified and self-determined life for all humans and animals in harmony with nature is possible. The resistance cannot be deterred by new manifestations of capitalism and colonialism, which are trying in a crisis to sell old structures in a new guise as an alternative. The idea of the festival is also to make visible real alternatives that are practiced and growing every day, to learn from them and let them flourish.

In the selection of film projects, the focus is not only on the end product film, but often on its way of origin and the connection between content and how, why and for whom it was produced. Above all, Globale supports perpetual and collective solidarity networks. Current films (from the last two years) are preferred or those whose content is important for topicality.

During the festival there will be an exhibition as well as food on a donation basis for concrete projects.

On the history of the festival:
Globale was born in Berlin in 2003 and later spread to other cities and countries. The anti-globalization protests that were growing stronger at that time were decisive for the worldwide replication of the festival. Today the Globale takes place in Leipzig, Bremen, Marburg, Salzburg, Rio de Janeiro, Montevideo and Bogota. It has the same approach everywhere, but is made up of different Orga teams, most of which work independently of each other.

About the Festivalteam:
We are people with a critical political position on the contents of the festival. Our group is an open, non-hierarchical group in which members participate according to capacity and initiative. We work all year round on the selection of films and preparations and regularly organise individual film screenings outside the festival with activists* who are currently in town. None of us are paid to organise the festival.


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SIP Film Festival

London, United Kingdom

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Deadline
14 Mar 2020


Published: 06 Feb 2020
 Has submission fees
Short films


SIP Film Festival is an independent film festival in the UK. Launching for the first time in 2020, standing as a platform for independent filmmaking, creative expression and immersive entertainment. SIP supports emerging and established voices, discovers award-winning filmmakers, curates innovative and interactive experiences, and introduces new ideas through panels, premieres, and exhibitions.

Festival Sections:
- Workshops with special guests
- Industry Forum – talks and panels
- Networking events
- Screenings
- Awards

The First Annual SIP Film Festival will take place April 7 - 10, 2020 in central London.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Other


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Inffinito Festival Circuit

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Deadline
30 Apr 2020


Published: 06 Feb 2020
 Does NOT have submission fees
Feature films


The Inffinito Festival Circuit opens registration for its editions in 2020!

The Inffinito Circuit is a pioneering action to promote Brazil in the international market, through film festivals. It is a reference in the diffusion of Brazilian products and services, in addition to building an effective platform for business exchanging and promotion of the country's tourist destinations.

Over our 24 years of experience in organizing festivals abroad, we have held 82 festivals in 13 cities. We presented 62 concerts by renowned artists of Brazilian music and exhibited 865 national films. We confirm the interest of the foreign public in getting to know Brazil better, its culture, customs, products and tourist destinations.

PROGRAM 2020
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14th Braff New York - June 21st to 27th, 2020
24th Braff Miami - September 12th to 19th, 2020

14th Brazilian Film Festival of New York - June 21st to 27th, 2020.
Braff NY is an official event on the New York cultural calendar and is known as a powerful tool for visibility and promotion of Brazil in the United States.

24th Brazilian Film Festival of Miami - September 12th to 19th, 2020.
BRAFF Miami is an official festival of Miami Dade County, the cities of Miami and Miami Beach and the government of Florida. The Brazilian Film Festival of Miami (BRAFF) is the pioneer and the world's longest continually running Brazilian Film Festival. Held for 24 consecutive years, since the resumption of Brazilian cinema. Its commitment and dedication to showcase Brazilian films overseas have conquered a larger loyal audience that looks forward to the annual event for an updated overview of Brazilian cinema. The Festival has proven itself as a fundamental and valuable resource for introducing Brazil’s finest new productions to US audiences, a natural showcase for promotion in addition to be a business environment with extraordinary economic potential for the Brazilian production chain.


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UDIT Feelmotion

Madrid, Spain

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Deadline
30 Mar 2020


Published: 06 Feb 2020
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films

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Feelmotion UDIT International Short Film Festival is a shortfilm festival for university students organized by UDIT University in Madrid.

Originally conceived as a film festival for university students, the festival celebrates its first edition in 2012, born from the initiative of the students and Raúl San Julián, director of the festival and professor at UDIT. Since then the festival has celebrated a total of twelve editions, with more than 3000 participating short films from over 50 universities in 33 countries around the world and a total of more than 5000 university students who have participated or collaborated with the festival.

Thanks to the support of our partners, our finalists have been able to use Feelmotion to give themselves momentum and reach such important festivals as the San Sebastian International Film Festival, the New York International Independent Film & Video Fest or the 3D Wire.

Among the outstanding participants are our alumni Diego Porral, nominated for the Goya Award for Best Animated Short Film 2018 for "Un día en el parque" which was selected as Best Feelmotion Short Film 2017 and currently has more than 40 awards and 200 nominations; and José Herrera, winner of the Goya Award for Best Animated Short Film 2019 for "Cazatalentos".

In each of its editions, Feelmotion has relied on a large team of professionals and volunteers from the student body to organize both the contest and its corresponding awards gala and the numerous thematic events of each edition. In total, more than 200 students from different UDIT grades have collaborated with their efforts to make Feelmotion happen.

Feelmotion has also counted on great professionals from the film industry to be part of the juries that each year choose the winners. Professionals such as directors and screenwriters Juan Carlos Rulfo, Borja Cobeaga, Paco Martínez Velasco, Hector Hercé, María Pérez Sanz or Alex Rodrigo; producers and academics Marichu Corugedo, Txepe Lara, José Nolla; actors Tristan Ulloa, Natalie Poza, Olivia Molina, Ana Arias or Jon Viar among others; and a long list of journalists, technicians, academics, etc.


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Festival Internacional De Cine Corto De Cali

Cali , Colombia

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Deadline
05 May 2020


Published: 06 Feb 2020
 Has submission fees
Short films


The International Short Film Festival of Cali, with the opening of its call, is to be a space for the exhibition of professional and university short films from the city of Cali and the world to serve as a meeting point between the new filmmakers and the professionals of the short film.

The XVI International Short Film Festival of Cali will take place from october 1 to 5 of 2024, in the city of Santiago de Cali, Colombia.

The call for the competitive categories of the festival will be open from June 11 th of 2024 and we will close the registration period at midnight of agost 11 th of 2024 Colombian local time (UTC-5).

Films sent to the following categories: National Official Selection, National Official University Selection, International Official Selection and International Official University Selection must have been completed after January 15, 2023.

The results of the call for the competitive categories will be announced on the festival’s official website www.cortoscali.com by August 31 th, 2024.


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Lunigiana Cinema Festival

Fivizzano, Italy

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Deadline
30 Apr 2020


Published: 06 Feb 2020
 Has submission fees
Short films


Lunigiana Film Festival is a festival dedicate to shortfilms that takes place in the "Città Nobile of Fivizzano", an ancient village in Tuscany on the Via Francigena.

The festival is divided into three categories: - Free theme - Environmental theme - Human rigts


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VOKA Smartfilm International Mobile Film Festival

Minsk, Belarus

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Deadline
21 Mar 2020


Published: 06 Feb 2020
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films


Festival idea – “A free format of your story”. 
VOKA Smartfilm International Mobile Film Festival.

We announce the season of (not)ordinary stories open! Each history is unique. Story twists are a matter of your imagination. Tell your (not)usual story and get the opportunity to become the winner of the Grand Prix of the Festival.

Smartfilm has been and it still remains a platform for the realization of ambitious and creative ideas. Discover (not)ordinary stories and create your movies, but remember that your movie should be filmed on a smartphone.

We have put together the best projects from previous festivals for you, we hope they will inspire you.


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Mexico International Short Film Festival - SHORTS MÉXICO

CIUDAD DE MÉXICO, Mexico

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Deadline
20 May 2020


Published: 06 Feb 2020
 Has submission fees
Short films

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SHORTS MÉXICO CALL FOR ENTRIES – SUBMIT YOUR FILM

SHORTS MEXICO has become the biggest International short film festival in Latin America.

An exhibition platform specializing in short films. It promotes cinema creative expressions, diverse voices, distinctive and innovative visions, bold quality films from filmmakers from all over the world. At SHORTS MEXICO we encourage the growth and development of short films as well as the filmmakers.

SHORTS MEXICO - Mexico International Short Film Festival call for entries begins March 1st through May 31st ,2024 at 23:59 (CST) Mexico City. We are open to receive Short Films from all over the world inviting all production genres.

The 19th Edition of SHORTS MEXICO will be held from September 1st through the 30th 2024 in Mexico City. The National Cinematheque of Mexico is the main venue of the festival, and it amounts other important venues as CINEMEX Theaters, one of the largest cinema chains in the world, world famous Vasconcelos Library, Centro Cultural Universitario de la UNAM, CDMX´s Faros and Cultural Centers, etc. The festival amounts over 35 venues in Mexico City and holds exhibitions in every one of the 32 States of the Mexican Republic, so the event truly occurs throughout Mexico. Since the pandemic, SHORTS MÉXICO is presented in a hybrid format, holding virtual and televised exhibitions as well, having over 1 million spectators per edition.

Throughout the year the festival features previews, exhibitions, retrospectives and master classes. The Shorts Mexico Tour includes cities, towns and villages of Mexico, as well as exhibitions in various countries around the world. Shorts Mexico Academy conference cycle includes an academic offer aimed at developing professionalization in various specialized areas of filmmaking. The festival will also present Shorts México Pitching Competition, Work In Progress Contest, and its Screenplay Short Film Competition, with the goal of encouraging and promoting the creation, professionalization and production of quality films.

FESTIVAL SECTIONS

COMPETITIVE SECTIONS
INTERNATIONAL Competition (Live Action, Animation and Documentary)
IBEROAMERICAN Competition (Live Action, Animation and Documentary)
MEXICAN Competition (Live Action, Animation, Documentary, NeoMex)

SHORTS MEXICO’S SHOWCASE / FESTIVAL´S FAVORITES - OUT OF COMPETITION

International - Iberoamerican
World Cinema
Queer Shorts (LGBTTTQ+)
Fantascorto (Fantasy, Sci-Fi and Horror)
Ecoshorts (Environmental Conservation)
Kids
Indigenous Peoples
Fun Shorts (Comedy)
Experimental
International (Live Action, Animation, Documentary, Experimental)

Mexican
Pueblos Indígenas y Originarios
Mujeres Mexicanas en el Cine
Mexican (Live Action, Documentary)
Experimental
Queer Shorts (LGBTTTQ+)
Fantascorto (Fantasy, Sci-Fi and Horror)
Infantil – Kids
Ecoshorts (conservación ambiental)
Funshorts (Cine de Comedia)

Certificates
All the selected films will be given a certificate of participation in México International Short Film Festival - Shorts México. The Mexican short films selected in any competition of the festival will be able to submit their short film to the Ariel prize of the AMACC (Mexican Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences).


HIGHLIGHTED!

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NEXGN International Short Film Festival

Pune, India

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Deadline
10 May 2020


Published: 05 Feb 2020
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


The NexGn International Short Film Festival of India aims to bring Independent Short Film makers from around the globe to an eclectic & international audience and provide them the value and position they deserve. Our program has been set to expand to include film screenings and free open-air events around NISFF as well as educational programs and cinematic workshops.

This passion project by NexGn is about to include over 500 Short Films from around the globe & draw nearly 150 for screenings. NexGn has also arranged for Number of Awards to be given to the certain categories.


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Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental  Music Video


Photo of NEXGN International Short Film Festival
Photo of NEXGN International Short Film Festival
Photo of NEXGN International Short Film Festival
Photo of NEXGN International Short Film Festival



 
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