Int. low & no budget film-sharing festival (18)



Deadlines

11 Nov 2020
Call for entries

20 Apr 2021
Festival closed

29 Jul 2021
Notification date

10 Sep 2022
22 Oct 2022

Address

Erdbeerweg,  4, Stuttgart, Germany, Germany


Festival description
Short film festival 15'<


Festival requirements
 Film festival
 Fiction
 Documentary
 Animation
 Fantastic
 Terror
 Experimental
 Music Video
 Other
 Any Genre
 Any Theme
 Does NOT have submission fees
 International Festival
 Physical Location
 Production date: Any
 Production countries: Any
 Shooting countries: Any
 Director nationalities: Any
 Debut Films 
 School projects 
 Short Films  15'<
 Any language
 Subtitles 
English
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Festival start: 10 September 2022      Festival end: 22 October 2022

Low & No Budget Video Film Festival "film-sharing"

Latest Festival 2021 Announcement

Submit Short Films Now!

Film Sharing – 18th International Low & No Budget Video Film Festival 2021

Festival Date: Sept.2021 Stuttgart, Aug. 2021 Heilbronn Oct. 2021 Mainz
Open Screenings start: Mai 2021 /Stuttgart, Heilbronn ,
Place: Stuttgart, Heilbronn, Mainz
Status: Independent Short Film Festival
Festival Niveau: Semi-Professional
Outreach: International
Submission Deadline: 01/11/2020 to15/04/2021
Category: narrative short films, animations, comedy ( no documentray, music clips, artfilms)
Lenght: 1 - 15 min ( please don't send us films longer than 15 min!!!!)
Ages: 0-99
Internet: www.film-sharing.net (download submission form)

Short Outline:
seventeen successful years of the ‘International Low and No Budget Short film-sharing Festival’ has inspired us to continue despite the disheartening of the cultural institutions.

Budgets for culture and the arts are being cut or axed. However, humour is when, in the face of adversity, you can still laugh! This year, we will defy commercialism and
capitalism and raise up our ‘Low and No Budget Film Festival’ with the opening in Stuttgart, Heilbronn, Schwäbisch Gmünd and Mainz. Moreover, we will continue to
offer the ever increasingly popular internet forums, which publishes the un-filtered short films, as an antidote [AA antithesis, counter platform]. We will be showing the s
ubmitted films on the big screen to the interested public who can discuss and talk together before, during and after the films. We will be showing the Film Festival Programme at selected cinemas. The festival is a non-profit endeavour and a large part of the entrance tickets will remain with the cinema operators to cover their costs.

We will show all short films under 15 minutes and we look forward to receiving new productions as much as older short films or even youthful follies or transgressions!
The audience itself decides at the open screenings in April and May which films will be included and shown in the July Festival Programme. All film makers,
whose film is shown, will receive the Film Festival OSCAR 2021 programme brochures.

Internet: www.film-sharing.net
History:

The annual Film Festival was established in Vienna in 2003. Since then it turned into an annual event and has expanded mostly in Germany.

The main venues are now Stuttgart, Heilbronn and Mainz and now Schwäbisch Gmünd and Sigmaringen. All films are collected and complied and then shown at these locations. Film makers, who fall loosely under the ‘independent film makers’ category, from throughout the world, submit their short films.

Annually, we receive about 1,000 films which we then sort and compile into thematic genres.

Point of Special Attention:
The Film Festival does not award any material or monetary prizes, rather it proudly offers the broad public and large audience. A prominent feature is the so-called
‘open screenings’ that present the full and rich character of the films including those that that receive less public attention. Over 200 people come together in both
cultural centres and restaurants to rate the submitted films from over 50 countries.
We will show all short films under 15 minutes and we look forward to receiving new productions as much as older short films or even youthful follies or transgressions!
The audience itself decides at the open screenings in April and May which films will be included and shown in the July Festival Programme.

All film makers, whose film is shown, will receive the Film Festival OSCAR 2021, programme brochures .

All film makers, whose film is shown, will receive the Film Festival OSCAR 2021, programme brochures.

Horor and Glory and the best vistors of the world!

Only films between 1 and 15 min !

We screen all films, but normaly ( and sorry) documentry, music slips and experimental artfilms films have difficult in such festival like us.
Every narrativ films are welcome. Animations, comedys,, trash and bad taste films are welcome!



  

 
  

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