Festival de Cine Corto de Popayán (16)



Deadlines

01 Apr 2024
Call for entries

01 Jun 2024
Standard deadline

30 Jun 2024
Late deadline

30 Jun 2024
Final deadline

14
days

01 Sep 2024
Notification date

07 Oct 2024
11 Oct 2024

Address

Carrera 8A Nº 19-75 ,  190003, Popayán, Cauca, Colombia


Festival description
Short film festival >3' 30'<


Festival requirements
 Film festival
 Fiction
 Documentary
 Animation
 Fantastic
 Terror
 Experimental
 Music Video
 Other
 Any Genre
 Any Theme
 Has submission fees
 International Festival
 Physical Location
 January 2023
 Production countries: Any
 Shooting countries: Any
 Director nationalities: Any
 Debut Films 
 School projects 
 Short Films  >3' 30'<
 Any language
 Subtitles 
Spanish
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Festival start: 07 October 2024      Festival end: 11 October 2024

The objective is to present a selection of the best short films in the fiction, animation, experimental and documentary genres in order to allow the dissemination, dialogue and evaluation of the development and importance of the short film within audiovisual production.

Recognitions will be awarded to the winners in the categories:

7.1. Best Short Film in the Documentary genre

7.2. Best Short Film in the Fiction Genre

7.3. Best Animated Short Film

7.4. Best Experimental Short Film.

7.5. Best Indigenous Film Short Film

7.6. Best Community Short Film.

7.7 Best Short Film from Cauca.

7.8 Best Afro Short Film.

7.9 Best Children's Short Film

* The jury will be free to award mentions to other short films if it deems necessary. The curatorial committee may decide not to open the competition to any category.

1. Objetives
The objective is to present a selection of the best short films made in Colombia or by Colombians abroad, in the categories of fiction, animation, documentary, community, indigenous, Afro, experimental and children in order to allow dissemination, dialogue and the evaluation of the development and importance of the short film within filmmaking.

2. GENERAL CONDITIONS
Accepted categories: Documentary, Animation, Community, Fiction, Experimental, Indigenous, Afro and children
Accepted formats: Digital
Minimum duration 3 minutes
Maximum duration: 30 minutes.
Spoken or subtitled in Spanish, if Spanish is not the original language.
Comply with the technical standards that ensure its reproduction and projection on screen.
Completed or released after January 1, 2023.

3. REGISTRATIONS
Registration deadline: Until June 30, 2024.

4. RECEPTION OF THE WORKS:
Acceptance of the short film will be confirmed via email to selected participants. Those selected will be announced in September 2020.
Selected participants must send a quality digital file for exhibition during the Festival. If possible, a full HD H264 mp4 file
Those selected will be able to send advertising material (posters, banners, still photos, postcards, dossier, etc.).
Registration of a Short Film implies accepting the Festival rules.
The organization reserves the right to suspend or modify the Festival if appropriate. If this happens, participants will be notified. The Popayán Short Film Festival will resolve in its sound judgment, without appeal, any eventuality not specified in these Regulations.

5. LICENSING
Licensing provisions for short films registered in the Popayán Short Film Festival

The Popayán Short Film Festival will hold a maximum of two screenings in physical space and with an audience during the days of the festival.
Time: These screenings will take place between October 7 and 17, 2024. The programming will be announced in advance on the festival website and its social networks.
Licensing modality: the use of the work will be permitted in the modalities of reproduction, public communication, making it available to the public, for free access to users, through physical projection with the public. Likewise, I authorize the use of the film information in different formats and media only for advertising purposes regarding the Popayán Short Film Festival.
Type of access: Free access to registered users at the Popayán Short Film Festival.
It is also authorized that the film may be available in an exclusive video library for agents in the film sector during the days of the festival, however, no copies will be delivered nor will any infringement of copyright or property rights be permitted.
The Cine Corto Corporation is authorized to keep the copy of the short film and additional materials in its private archive for the purpose of research, conservation and memory.
The Cine Corto Corporation is authorized to have information on the short film, technical sheet, photographs and poster on the websites www.festicinepopayan.com and www.cinecorto.co.
In the event that the Festival wishes to hold cultural screenings at other times and spaces other than the Festival, direct communication will be made to sign said authorizations.
Indemnity: I agree to hold harmless the directors of the Popayán Short Film Festival for said event from any type of claim, demand or litigation in which the violation of copyright, image rights, related rights, fundamental rights or any other rights is invoked. another class in relation to the work and/or each and every one of the elements that compose it in its broadest terms.
6. JURY

It will be made up of national representatives of the academic, audiovisual, artistic and cultural media chosen by the Festival Directorate, whose decisions regarding the awards will be final. In due course the members of the jury will be announced to those registered.

7. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Recognitions will be awarded to the winners in the categories:

7.1. Best Short Film in the Documentary genre

7.2. Best Short Film in the Fiction Genre

7.3. Best Animated Short Film

7.4. Best Experimental Short Film.

7.5. Best Indigenous Film Short Film

7.6. Best Community Short Film.

7.7 Best Short Film from Cauca.

7.8 Best Afro Short Film.

7.9 Best Children's Short Film

* The jury will be free to award mentions to other short films if it deems necessary. The curatorial committee may decide not to open the competition to any category.

In addition to the competition categories, there will be Panorama and International Shows that will expand the universe of short films seen at the festival.

The official report with the results will be delivered at the closing ceremony of the festival.

8. PRESENTATIONS

The short films are an official part of the Festival and will be presented in the rooms, auditoriums and projections in open spaces located for the development of the Festival, at previously informed times. They will also be able to take part in special Festival shows, held in other locations, dates and times; The filmmakers will always be informed of said projections.

The short films received will be part of the archive of the Popayán Short Film Festival, which will be used, solely and exclusively, for cultural and educational exhibitions, and non-profit investigative, training and didactic activities. Such screenings outside the festival will be informed and will require acceptance by the rights holders.

9. GLOSSARY

Community Cinema: Cinematographic works made from and for communities, which express their particular ways of life, claiming it or denouncing exclusions and conflicts.
Cinema made from community participation in all stages and roles of production.

Indigenous Cinema: Cinematographic expression created and starring indigenous communities, which seek to portray the reality, experiences, cosmogonies and perspectives of indigenous communities. It is distinguished by its focus on the accurate and authentic representation of the cultures, traditions, languages and problems of indigenous peoples, challenging stereotypes and providing an inside view of the realities of these communities.

Afro, black, raizal or palenquero cinema refers to a cinematographic movement that focuses on the experiences, perspectives and cultures of people of African descent. Afro cinema seeks to explore and make visible the historical, cultural, social and political realities of Afro-descendant communities in the African diaspora in Colombia.

Experimental Cinema: Films that delimit the limits of the language of conventional narrative cinema that is structured around a plot story, using new resources to express and make the viewer feel emotions, experiences, feelings and conceptions of the world.

Children's Cinema is a category of films aimed specifically at boys and girls based on their age and level of development. These films are designed and produced to entertain, educate and stimulate the imagination and creativity of children while addressing themes and narratives appropriate to their understanding and sensitivity.

Caucano Short Film: Short film made in the geography of the department of Cauca or in other places with relevant participation of Caucano filmmakers.





  

 
  

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