Begiradak - Festival internacional de cine amateur (10)

Begiradak - International short film festival



Deadlines

01 Apr 2024
Call for entries

15 May 2024
Final deadline

1
mth

19 Nov 2024
Notification date

18 Nov 2024
30 Nov 2024

Address

Txalupagillene 2,  20008, Donostia- San Sebastián, Gipuzkoa, Spain


Festival description
Amateur Films
Short film festival 30'<


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
 January 2022
 Production countries: Any
 Shooting countries: Any
 Director nationalities: Any
 Debut Films 
 School projects 
 Short Films  30'<
 Any language
 Subtitles 
English Spanish
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Spanish
English


Festival start: 18 November 2024      Festival end: 30 November 2024

INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

The best short films will be awarded:

1. Short films made by primary school students and/or aimed at this age range of
audience, between 6 and 12 years old.

2. Short films made by high school and baccalaureate students and/or aimed at this age
range of audience, between 12 and 18 years old.

3. Short films made in Basque.

4. Short films made by collectives, associations, or communities united by a common
goal, where the subject matter concerns that collective. (We are not referring to a
collective whose purpose is to make short films)

5. Short films made by individual authors, who have created their work independently
from a school, collective, etc.

6. Short films that particularly highlight respect for human rights.

7. Short films by authors or collectives that include individuals with functional
diversity.

8. Animated short films.

9. Short films that particularly highlight respect for the rights of nature.

Begiradak is an AMATEUR film festival. We understand amateur cinema to be the
work of authors who work in a non-professional context, in a space of research, search, without
financial compensation, for the love of cinema but also understanding it as a tool for dissemination, education or protest.

This non-professional context can occur in a school, community, group, or individual setting.

Professional groups from the audiovisual sector, film schools, universities, etc. will not
be able to participate.

All groups, associations,Basque-medium school, schools, HEIs and individual authors from the national and international territory may participate.

The works may be presented in any language, but must be subtitled in Spanish or english.

The works will have a maximum duration of 30 minutes.

You may submit as many works as you wish, as long as they are dated after January 1, 2022.

The organization reserves the right to choose the works that will participate in the Festival.

The original recordings must have a minimum of image and audio quality so that the work can be understood. Works that do not meet this requirement will be excluded.

REGISTRATION will be made through the Festhome platform.

In any case, if you encounter any difficulty with the platform, please don't hesitate to
contact us at begiradakfestival@ikertze.net.

The mandatory formats for the presentation of the works will be: MPGE2 .MPEG4 .MOV .AVI

Along with the registration form, 2 frames in jpg. or png. format of the work will be attached.

The festival has 9 participation categories, which are not necessarily exclusive, and the author must indicate in which one they are participating during registration. The Festival will respect this choice and reserves the right to include the work in another category if deemed appropriate. Each category is associated with a prize, a sculpture by the sculptor Iñigo Aristegui.

The categories are:

1. Short films made by primary school students and/or aimed at this age range of audience, between 6 and 12 years old.

2. Short films made by high school and baccalaureate students and/or aimed at this age
range of audience, between 12 and 18 years old.

3. Short films made in Basque.

4. Short films made by collectives, associations, or communities united by a common goal, where the subject matter concerns that collective. (We are not referring to a collective whose purpose is to make short films)

5. Short films made by individual authors, who have created their work independently from a school, collective, etc.

6. Short films that particularly highlight respect for human rights.

7. Short films by authors or collectives that include individuals with functional diversity.

8. Animated short films.

9. Short films that particularly highlight respect for the rights of nature.

The registration period is from April 1st to May 15th.





  

 
  

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