Cortos en Grande (5)


09 Feb 2024
Call for entries

31 Aug 2024
Final deadline


31 Oct 2024
Notification date

08 Nov 2024
24 Nov 2024


Av. Presidente Balmaceda 1215,  8350809, Santiago, Región Metropolitana, Chile

Festival description
Short film festival >1' 30'<

Festival requirements
 Film festival
 Music Video
 Any Genre
 Any Theme
 Has submission fees
 International Festival
 Online and Physical Location
 July 2022
 Production countries: Any
 Shooting countries: Any
 Director nationalities: Any
 Debut Films 
 School projects 
 Short Films  >1' 30'<
 Any language
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Photo of Cortos en Grande
Photo of Cortos en Grande

Photo of Cortos en Grande
Photo of Cortos en Grande


Festival start: 08 November 2024      Festival end: 24 November 2024

Cortos en Grande Short Film Festival is an event organized by Fundación Viart and Balmaceda Arte Joven that seeks to promote young creation and give a new opportunity to new generations of filmmakers, highlighting and rewarding their work and talent. Its main objective is to be a platform for dissemination and real support for the development of emerging cinema, providing its filmmakers with a space for the presentation and development of their artistic proposals.

International Competition:
- Best Shortfilm
- Jury Price
- Special Mention


First: Filmmakers from anywhere in the world (except Chile) can apply for short fiction, documentary and animation films made between July 2022 and June 2024.

Second: Each filmmaker can apply for one or more works, these can have been financed by public and/or private funds and their duration cannot exceed 30 minutes, including credits.

Third: The call for entries will be open until Sunday 30 June 2024, through the single application form available on the Festhome platform.

Fourth: In case of being selected, the filmmakers commit themselves to deliver a digital copy in high resolution and diffusion materials (still photo, director's photo, producer's photo, trailer, social networks), to support the communication of the Festival's activities.

Fifth: Cortos en Grande plans for this year to be a hybrid, so all short films must have the possibility of being screened in person and online.

Sixth: The jury will be empowered to declare any or all of the above-mentioned categories void. The Audience Award will be defined by online and in-person votes.

Seventh: Cortos en Grande will not return the material, and reserves the right to use complete works and/or fragments of the selected videos for the diffusion of the official competition and for the subsequent diffusion of the event and in the next editions of the festival.

Eighth: By submitting the application, it is understood that the present rules are accepted. Any violation of these rules automatically disqualifies the short film in question.

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