TRETS - Festival Internacional de Cinema i Cultures de La Ràpita. Cultura ITALIANA

Sant Carles de la Ràpita , Spain

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Deadline
29 Feb 2020


Published: 17 Dec 2019
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films


TRETS is a film festival organized by the CineClub La Ràpita that wants, from a cinematographic approach, to show the identity and way of life of a town or culture. TRETS 2021: ITALIAN Culture


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Feature film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental


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FIN Kids Festival Tour

Halifax, Canada

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Deadline
10 Apr 2020


Published: 17 Dec 2019
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


FIN Kids is a film festival for young people and their families with locations across Atlantic Canada. It offers FREE daytime films screenings and hands-on workshops for school groups and youth organizations as well as competitions that showcase and award youth-made films.

Formerly known as ViewFinders, FIN Kids has changed its name to reflect its status as an integral part of the FIN family of events and activities, which also includes the Atlantic International Film Festival in September. Our mission is the same: to present curated movies and shorts exploring vast emotional journeys that engage, entertain and invigorate Atlantic Canadians.

Since 2002, FIN Kids has grown into an Atlantic Canada-wide youth initiative that brings the FIN experience to school groups and communities across the region.

Each year FIN Kids presents the best in regional, national and international films for youth, tackling issues from multiculturalism and community to sustainability and creativity. The program’s activities introduce students to the wonderful world of filmmaking through hands-on media workshops, and the FIN Kids Film Competition provides a platform for young filmmakers - a proven launching pad for the next generation of talent.

FIN Kids is the first step in a life full of experiencing and celebrating the art of film and filmmaking.

Throughout the year, the FIN Kids team is hard at work to bring a whole series of activities and programs to young people across the Atlantic provinces. This year's tour will include dates in the following locations:

Yarmouth, Nova Scotia
Sydney, Nova Scotia
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
St. John, New Brunswick
Halifax, Nova Scotia

**Please note that filmmakers that are aged 18 or under and that live in one of the four Atlantic Canadian provinces (i.e. New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island) can choose to also enter the FIN Kids Youth Competition free of charge. The Call for Entries for the FIN Kids Film Competition open on November 18, 2019.**


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Feature film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic


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Corti a Ponte Short Film Festival

Ponte San Nicolò, Italy

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Deadline
31 Dec 2019


Published: 17 Dec 2019
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films


Corti a Ponte is a great little festival in the Venice area.

Films are screened in Italian or in original language with Italian or English subtitles in front of an audience from 3 to 99 year old.


International Festival

Short film festival


 Fiction


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Festival De Málaga

Málaga, Spain

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Deadline
15 Jan 2020


Published: 17 Dec 2019
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films

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The objectives of Festival de Málaga are to disseminate and promote Spanish films and their general cultural sphere. In this sense, the Festival is also a platform for Latin American film productions. Its functions include hosting an event for the different professional sectors of films in Spanish (construed as films produced in Spain and all of Latin America, including Brazil and Portugal) to boost their development and promote international sales.

In compliance with these objectives, the 23rd Edition of Festival de Málaga will be held from the 13th to the 22nd of March 2020.


GOYA!

International Festival

Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation


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Edinburgh Short Film Festival

Musselburgh, United Kingdom

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Deadline
29 Jun 2020


Published: 16 Dec 2019
 Has submission fees
Short films


Edinburgh Short Film Festival Now Open! International Tours & Cash Awards

The 10th Anniversary edition of the ESFF with International Film Festival showcases, more short film screenings, trophies, cash prizes and awards!

We're thrilled to be programming showcases of our best films for our 2020 partners:

Adriatic Film Festival
Stop Motion Montreal
Firenze FilmCorti
Sardinia Film Festival
Balkans Beyond Borders Film Festival
and Manipulate Theatre & Animation Festival!

Max Length 25 minutes, international films welcomed, all genres eligible.

Open for entries online and via Festhome!

http://www.edinburghshortfilmfestival.com/

Looking forward to seeing your films!


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental


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EL GRITO: International Fantastic and Horror Film Festival

San Cristóbal, Venezuela

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Deadline
16 Oct 2020


Published: 16 Dec 2019
 Has submission fees
Short films


EL GRITO is the first and only Fantastic and Horror Film Festival in Venezuela.

The mountainous city of San Cristóbal, Táchira State, hosts this unprecedented event in the country.

EL GRITO seeks to raise its voice until it becomes a thunderous noise that shakes our city and summons for years all kinds of nightmares and monsters that can strengthen our worn out humanity sensibility.

The call to register short films from anywhere in the world of up to 25 minutes in the categories is opened: Best International Horror Short Film, Best Fantastic International Short Film, Best International Science Fiction Short Film, Best Animated International Short Film, Best International Documentary Short Film, Best International Video Art and Best National Short Film

The call closes on October 15, 2019.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror


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3rd Children’s International Cine Festival-2020

Greater Noida, India

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Deadline
14 May 2020


Published: 16 Dec 2019
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Children's International Cine Festival is an India’s independent children’s film festival promoted by Miniboxoffice India. The festival first edition was celebrated in year 2013.The Children's International Cine Festival aim is to showcase & promote professionally made entertaining, enlightening & encouraging children’s feature films, short films, animation & documentaries among target audience. The festival accept all genres of children’s films be it a fantasy, motivational, drama, disability, educational, science fiction, adventurous, parenting etc.


The Children's International Cine Festiva is a boutique of children’s films celebrating childhood. The festival objective is to bring the world class cinema to the door step of children’s which provide alternate source of learning & help in understanding the culture of other nations through the art of cinema. CICF also giving exposure of film education to the children’s through various workshops & master classes. At the same time providing platform to the filmmakers in reaching out wide audience through CICF.


The festival helps in raising the standards of quality content for children’s films and also helps to boost-up the children’s films market. We hope that CICF will prove a milestone for filmmakers in their career & a rich experience for audience as well.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Other  Experimental  Music Video


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International Short Film Festival Pineda de Mar (Barcelona)

Pineda de Mar, Spain

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Deadline
15 Jan 2020


Published: 16 Dec 2019
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films


The Festival is organized by the CinemArt Association of Pineda de Mar, it is an international festival with the aim of promoting a specific space for the discovery, screening and dissemination of short films.

The VII International Short Film Festival of Pineda de Mar will be held from July 6 to 11, 2020.


International Festival

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 Fiction  Animation  Other


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Deep Focus Film Festival

Brooklyn, United States

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Deadline
01 Apr 2020


Published: 16 Dec 2019
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


The Deep Focus Film Festival aims to foster an environment in which independent filmmakers can better understand the audience’s reactions to their work. Our goal is to give each film selected a thoughtful response from a professional filmmaker and peer.

We understand that each of you have invested your time and creative efforts turning your ideas into reality, and we would like to reward that effort with the respect it deserves.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental  Music Video


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Basta fest

Bajina Bašta, Serbia

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Deadline
15 Mar 2020


Published: 16 Dec 2019
 Has submission fees
Short films


Bašta Fest is an international short fiction film festival held in Bajina Bašta, Western Serbia. It is an annual event that is taking place during the first weekend of July and it lasts for four days. The festival is being held for the eighth time, taking place from the 1st until the 4th of July, 2021. Due to the profession of the founders (actors Jovan Jelisavčić and Maja Šuša), the festival's main point of interest is a collaboration between directors and actors. We believe that focusing on the quality of that joint artistic effort will have a positive impact on the positioning of Bašta Fest among short film festivals. Bašta Fest is of great importance for the decentralization of culture since it has brought diverse film, music and off program to this beautiful region. One of the priorities of the festival is to promote the incredible natural beauty to a large number of visitors. Nevertheless, our primary goal is to convert this festival into an exciting cultural oasis, which supports local and international young artists, putting emphasis on short fiction films with authenticity. The main selection is a competition short film program, while two films are screened as a part of non-competition, special program every year - one during the opening and one during the closing ceremony. The last to be screened is a Serbian debut feature film, chosen by Bašta fest team as the most successful one in the previous year. The entrance to all screenings at Bašta is free of charge, while they are always being held under the open night skies. There are currently two official festival locations: Borići park and lake Perućac.


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 Fiction  Fantastic  Terror


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Antakya Film Festivali

Istanbul, Turkey

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Deadline
01 Sep 2020


Published: 16 Dec 2019
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Antakya Film Festival, is an International, competitive festival. (AFF) is a major destination on the Festival circuit and recognized by the sinema Academy as a Qualifying Festival in all film categories.mission is to provide a public forum in Antakya in order to advance public interest in films and the independent production of films. To draw worldwide attention to Antakya as a center for cinema. To encourage the rights of all Antakya residents to access and experience the power of independent filmmaking, and to promote artistic excellence and the creative freedom of artists without censure.
In 2018, the Festival presented 350 films, representing work that was shot and produced in 42 countries. The event offers well rounded, and for many, career-establishing experiences. Submit your work before the final deadline!

The festival is for and by independent filmmakers. The organizers of Antakya Film Festival bring 7 years of festival experience to this annual event. Antakya Film Festival accepts submissions in six categories: Narrative Features, Documentary Features, Short Narrative, Short Documentary, Experimental, Short Student, and Animation. Submissions are open from March to September of the year, the final selection of 150 + films is announced in September, and the film festival takes place in October. Selected films in each category are eligible for several awards. In addition to our lineup of films, the festival also hosts multiple filmmaker parties and networking events at venues around Antakya and Hatay.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental


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Author International Film Festival - Festival Internacional De Cine De Autor

Guadalajara, Mexico

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Deadline
30 Sep 2020


Published: 16 Dec 2019
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


The FIC AUTOR (Author's International Film Festival) is interested in unique and artistic films that exceed the limits of traditional storytelling. We look for Feature and Short Films that reflect the director's personal creative vision, and a style that is distinct enough to shine through the collective process.

We don't care if your films have recognized stars or unknown names; we are against the politics and bureaucracy that floods the film industry. We want to be recognized as an objective festival. We don't want to build our reputation based on how many superstars are in attendance; what we want is the truly best world cinema in our theaters!

FIC AUTOR will strive to be one of the most important cultural events in the city. We aspire to become an international spotlight for new directors!

-The 13 winning Authors will receive the WINNER LAUREL, plus FIC AUTOR trophy or rings and sponsor's prizes.
-WINNERS will be announced one month before the award ceremony, so all the nominated filmmakers can decide beforehand whether they want to travel to the festival.
-The award ceremony will take place in the CINEFORO, one of the biggest cinema theaters in the city with 440 seats, and is the most prestigious.

We are not like other bulls**t festivals, YOU DONT have to pay for your prize. IT'S A PRIZE, NOT A DEBT! And we don't give metal or glass trophies... Our trophies are 100% made from silver and semi-precious stones! As independent filmmakers we know the things we love and hate about film festivals, so we want to avoid all the negative things we have found the in past years, such as exorbitant, unnecessary fees, teenage judges and of course.. trophies you would rather hide in the closet.

CATEGORIES:

Feature Films Categories:
-Fictional Feature Films.
-Documentary Feature Films.
-Experimental Feature Films.
-First-Time Filmmaker.
-Low Budget Feature Films Under 50K USD.
-Mexican Feature Films.

Medium Length Category:
-Medium Length Films.

Short Films Categories:
-Fictional Short Films.
-Documentary Short Films.
-Experimental Short Films.
-Animated Short Films.
-Mexican Short Films.
-Cineminuto 1 minute Short Films.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental


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Edmonton International Film Festival

Edmonton, Canada

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Deadline
15 May 2020


Published: 16 Dec 2019
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films

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MAY 19, 2020 | COVID-19 UPDATE!
EIFF is slated for the end of September and at this point, we are proceeding with a ‘business as usual’ mindset. CALL FOR ENTRIES is now CLOSED for the 2020 fest and selection committees are adjudicating entries. Filmmakers will be NOTIFIED by AUGUST 15 through the FestHome E-MAIL portal. As this carpet ride continues, let’s try to find the ‘magic’ of it all. Be well!

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The Edmonton International Film Festival (EIFF) is a truly unique festival that champions the bold and challenges the status quo. It is equal parts creative, demanding, celebratory, discriminating and, in the end, just a hell of a lot of fun.

SHORT FILMMAKERS... We announce the two (2) OSCAR® qualifying short films in the LIVE ACTION and ANIMATION categories on SUNDAY, October 11. The submission deadline to AMPAS (The Academy) is 5pm PT on TUESDAY, Dec. 1.

So who are we? In 2003, our love for film and filmMAKERS -- cinematic storytellers -- led us to the curtains of Edmonton's International Film Festival (or LOCAL HEROES as it was known back then) because 'how hard can it be?' The festival was just shy of 20 years young at that time. All of us here in EIFF land had real gigs -- film production, freelancing, broadcast, journalism, raising goats. All of us still do those things, but very part-time now. This thing, this film festival, is certainly outgrowing its tiny budget. We come from production, so when you tell us your film is a rough cut, temp audio and no color correct, we understand that! And we are passionate. We love films, and the people who MAKE them. So much so, that when you have a film screen here, you become part of our family. And for the record, it's a whole lot harder than we imagined!

Our primary objective is to encourage and support the appreciation of cinema as art. Each autumn, we hoist the curtains on a 10-day cinematic feast that celebrates the power of film. The EIFF menu consists of more than 150 films from 40 countries, ranging from short to feature-length, dramatic to documentary, comedy to gut-wrenching and studio to independent. And we sprinkle it all with a generous dose of filmmaker chats, Q&A's, gala screenings, a local filmmaker spotlight, 'buzzy' films that are travelling the festival circuit, shorts with lunch, parties (of course!) and more.

This gem of a festival from the plains of Alberta gives voice, platform and opportunity to filmmakers at all stages of their creative journey and from all parts of the world. Edmonton is North America's northernmost metropolis and is a proud outlier when it comes to art and culture. 'E-Town' does its own thing. It's home to some of the best festivals anywhere and is a favourite with artists of all stripes. EIFF is one of those events that not only puts Northern Alberta on the map -- it hotly brands it!

WHO ATTENDS? Over the years, we've had the pleasure of hosting: John Waters, Norman Jewison, Cory Bowles, Academy Award© winner Brenda Fricker, Deepa Mehta, Arthur Hiller, Werner Herzog, Paul Gross, Naomi Klein, Avi Lewis, Don McKellar, Albert Maysles, Jon Cryer, Bruce McDonald, Patrick Warburton, Rita Chiarelli, Shea Whigham, Jesse James Miller, Kris Holden-Ried, Zoie Palmer, Academy Award© winner, Luke Matheny... the list goes on! And countless emerging filmmakers, actors, writers and producers.

“I was honoured to be a juror at EIFF and I shared in the excitement of discovering new voices and visions. EIFF is more important than ever to the citizens and City of Edmonton. It is truly an international festival that doesn’t forget its local, indigenous and regional roots.”
- Carolyn B. (Canada)

At the end of the day, once the curtains close for the final time each year -- EIFF is about the power of film! And how it brings us all together in a way that only ART can. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? Submit NOW and become part of Alberta's longest running international film festival.


OSCAR!

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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental  Music Video


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Wallachia International Film Festival

Bucharest, Romania

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Deadline
02 Aug 2020


Published: 16 Dec 2019
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Wallachia International Film Festival is a highly professional, industry connected film festival, an exclusive independent grassroots film festival taking place in an exquisite location in Downtown Bucharest, only hundreds of meters away from Dracula’s former court in the grand Old Town!

We won multiple cinema prizes including important awards at major film festivals, like Cannes, Locarno, Montreal, London, Milan, Miami and Atlanta. Also, our advertising work received accolades at Clio, Effie, In-Awe, Lion Awards, ANDY Awards and Ad’Or, while working for companies like Coca-Cola, UNICEF, McDonalds, Renault, Yahoo! and Nestlé-Purina.

But there’s nothing we love more than indulging ourselves with cinematic candies from all over the world, under the autumn night sky of Wallachia. We will be arguing for a long time about which ones we feel are the best, and about the most promising unproduced screenplays.

Welcome to Wallachia, the Legendary Land of Voivode Vlad III Dracula, universally known as Vlad the Impaler. Born in 1431, Vlad was an authoritarian Principe, he revolutionized the affairs of Wallachia and refused to pay tribute to the sultan Mehmed II, resulting in a bloody war with the Ottomans. Multiple works containing stories about Vlad's cruelty were published soon after his assassination in 1475. In 1897, Bram Stoker downgrades Prince Vlad to Count Dracula, a blood-sucking vampire inspired by Wallachian ancient folklore. Loosely based on the book, Dracula (1931) casts immortal Bela Lugosi as the doomed romantic Count.

Just think cinétopia! Feel hundreds of years of mythic Wallachian history under the night sky! It’s a 100% natural film affair!

We watch all movies, we read all screenplays and we select exclusively based on artistic merits. Networking doesn’t work on us. Only art.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Other  Experimental  Music Video


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Sedicicorto International Film Festival Forli

Forlì, Italy

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Deadline
30 May 2020


Published: 15 Dec 2019
 Has submission fees
Short films


Sedicicorto International Short Film Festival is a film festival dedicated to short films born in 2004 and, since then, is held every year at the beginning of October in Italy, in the town center of Forlì.


International Festival

Short film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Experimental


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Bristol Independent Film Festival

Bristol, United Kingdom

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Deadline
30 Jun 2020


Published: 15 Dec 2019
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Welcome to the Bristol Independent Film Festival!

We are proud to announce that we are sponsored and will be screening at the Everyman Bristol Cinema! We are an IMDb Qualified event!

In our first year, we received 3500 submissions with over 120 countries participating in our international film festival. We are the fastest growing and one of the most popular film festivals in the United Kingdom. We strive to bring filmmakers from all over the world under one setting. We continue to represent filmmakers from all levels and experiences.

This year BIFF has decided to nominate one winner to receive $2500.

To help filmmakers and scriptwriters grow, we have decided that everyone that submits will receive notes/ratings of their films/scripts by our judges!

We aspire to promote, recognize and support independent filmmakers throughout the world by hosting a variety of awards in order to provide the best opportunities for filmmakers, helping them receive recognition. We welcome submissions from a range of genres including short films, documentaries, features, animations and screenplays.

Our objective is to provide support for film-makers through reviewing, judging, marketing, and distribution networking. With our live screenings at Everyman Bristol Cinema, we aim to showcase and promote the work of filmmakers. We believe our film festival will give filmmakers a chance to showcase their work to a very wide range of audiences from many different parts of the world.

Bristol Independent Film Fest is based in Bristol, with our jury’s located around the world including countries like Germany, Turkey and USA. All the films will go through a reviewable process by our highly experienced juries, who will go through an evaluation process and select the films.

We are very excited to review your film and observe the detailed creativity of your work!


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental  Music Video


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Basilicata International Film Festival

San Fele, Italy

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Deadline
30 Jun 2020


Published: 14 Dec 2019
 Has submission fees
Short films


The Basilicata International Film Festival is a festival for short films where short films, doc-films and short food (food-based short films) are also admitted.


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Short film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Other  Experimental


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America International Film Festival

Mineral de la reforma , Mexico

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Deadline
30 Apr 2020


Published: 14 Dec 2019
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


The FICA Hidalgo will be held annually and its main objectives are to promote and promote the production, completion and exhibition of cinematographic works, mainly from the Americas and the region.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other


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Oldenburg International Film Festival

Oldenburg, Germany

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Deadline
19 Jun 2020


Published: 14 Dec 2019
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films

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“The Biggest Little Fest In Europe” - The Hollywood Reporter

Rated among the top 5 Film Festivals worldwide for Independent Films by American film critic Chris Gore in his esteemed “Ultimate Film Festival Guide”, and ranked “Top 25 Coolest Festivals in the World” by MovieMaker, Oldenburg has fostered its success with a strong commitment to innovative and Independent filmmaking.

“If there's anything that could be considered the Promised Land of Independent Cinema in Europe today, it is Oldenburg.” - Accred - L'actualité des festivals de cinéma

Labelled ‘the German Sundance’ by Variety, Hollywood Reporter, and Screen International, amongst others, Oldenburg has evolved while preserving its intimate atmosphere and founding purpose: to celebrate and support the diverse voices and visions of independent filmmakers, to honor the creativity of the artists upon which the Festival depends, and to create a unique experience and inspiring meeting place for filmmakers, audiences, and media professionals.

“Oldenburg - renown for its determination, cinephilia, and openness for the extremes - impresses with its brilliant programming.” - GRIP

Additionally, in an effort to raise awareness and build bridges between worlds through the common language of film, Oldenburg is the only Film Festival in the world that annually screens part of its regular program to incarcerated individuals who share the experience with members of the general public in an actual high-security Prison environment, known as ‘The Alcatraz of the North’.

“Oldenburg thrives as a discovery channel.” - Screen International

In addition to supporting the discovery of new artists, Oldenburg has hosted the German Premieres of films by such acclaimed filmmakers as Darren Aronofsky, Brian De Palma, Steven Soderbergh, Michael Polish, Johnnie To, Chan-wook Park, Monte Hellmann, & Takeshi Kitano amongst others. Guests of honor have included Jim McBride, Larry Clark, Philippe de Broca, Andrzej Zulawski, Ken Russell, Jerry Schatzberg, James Toback, Radley Metzger, Ted Kotcheff, Phedon Papmichael, George Armitage, Christophe Honoré, Edward R. Pressman, & Bruce Robinson who have all attended the festival for Retrospectives of their work.

“Just as impressive as the films was the festival itself, which, under the inspired direction of Torsten Neumann, combined intelligent cinephilia with a laid-back atmosphere of democratic equality.” - Sight and Sound

Nicolas Cage, Seymour Cassel, Asia Argento, Keira Knightley, Deborah Kara Unger, Mira Sorvino, Bobcat Goldthwait, Michael Wadleigh, Joanna Cassidy, Luke Wilson, Ben Gazzara, Stacy Keach, Amanda Plummer, Keith Carradine, Sean Baker, & Matthew Modine are amongst many who have attended as honored guests or for Tributes in their honor.

“Alongside Venice and Toronto, Oldenburg is considered one of the most important Autumn Festivals for Independent Cinema” - de Telegraaf

Rated #1 in Germany on The Most Important Autumn Film Festivals List for and by the German Film Industry (Blickpunkt Film), and #3 internationally after Venice & TIFF, Oldenburg is regarded as “one of the most important European festivals for independent cinema" (Tagesschau).

“Oldenburg is a pilgrimage for cineastes.”- Die Zeit


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United Latino International Film Festival

Cleveland, United States

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Deadline
15 May 2020


Published: 14 Dec 2019
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Branching off from The Indie Gathering International Film Festival comes the United Latino Film Festival. The Indie Gathering began in 1996, and through all our years of accepting film submissions, we have recognized the outstanding quality of Spanish-language films and a greater demand for a Hispanic/Latino film festival. The United Latino Film Festival exists to showcase the Hispanic/Latino independent filmmaker. Our mission is to encourage filmmakers through a competitive showcase of independent features, documentaries, shorts, and music videos. Filmmakers participate in their screenings and after the films speak with audience members who seek a closer look into the creative process.


International Festival

Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Other  Experimental  Music Video


Photo of United Latino International Film Festival
Photo of United Latino International Film Festival
Photo of United Latino International Film Festival
Photo of United Latino International Film Festival



 
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