Mirada Cine Fest (2021)



Deadlines

01 Jul 2021
Call for entries

30 Sep 2021
Final deadline

10
days

17 Nov 2021
Notification date

16 Nov 2021
27 Nov 2021

Address

-,  -, -, -, Brazil


Festival description
Short film festival
Feature film festival


Festival requirements
 Film festival
 Fiction
 Documentary
 Animation
 Fantastic
 Terror
 Experimental
 Music Video
 Other
 Any Genre
 Themes
 Does NOT have submission fees
 International Festival
 Online Festival
 Production date: Any
 Production countries: Any
 Shooting countries: Any
 Director nationalities: Any
 Debut Films 
 School projects 
 Short Films 
 Feature Films 
 Any language
 Subtitles 
Portuguese
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Portuguese
English


Festival start: 16 November 2021      Festival end: 27 November 2021

RELEASE

CINE FEST VIEW

The MIRADA CINE FEST - International Independent Film Festival will be online and will take place from November 16th to 27th, 2021. Registration is free and is already open until September 30th, and will encompass all film productions with a message for one fairer world for all.

The themes range from human rights, culture, ecology, equality, social responsibility, indigenous peoples, social struggles, combating racism, fascism, homophobia, misogyny, etc. Films can be in various formats, including animation. From shorts to feature films. The official language will be Portuguese, if the film is shot in another language, it must be subtitled in Portuguese.

Mirada Cine Fest is part of FIBRA, the Brazilian International Front Against the Coup, which has more than 70 collectives spread across all continents and whose agenda goes hand in hand with social movements in Brazil. We also have the support of the following companies and organisations: GLED International Education, Colectivo Venus Urania Asociación Cultural y Artística, Smile Train – Brazil and APROCIMA – Angolan Association of Cinema and Audiovisual Professionals and the Ministry of Culture of Angola.

Within the Mirada program there will also be space for laboratories, workshops and new perspectives on how to make cinema, with names such as filmmaker Pedro Paulo Rocha, the son of revolutionary Glauber Rocha and others. The plastic artist Thomas Josué will be responsible for making the trophies. Josué reconciles art and the inclusion of people who live on the margins of society.

We have a crowdfunding campaign to cover the festival's expenses. Ten percent of the amount collected with this campaign will be donated to SATED’s (Union of Artists and Entertainment and Entertainment Technicians of the State of São Paulo) social fund, which provides food assistance to cultural professionals in a precarious situation due to the crisis caused by the pandemic.

The Collective Mirada Independente is formed by cultural producers such as the director and actor of cinema and theater, Eduardo Bodstein, who has experience of other festivals such as the International Festival O Cubo de Cinema Independente in Portuguese Language and FESTIN - Itinerant Film Festival of the Portuguese Language, journalist Patrícia Cassemiro, visual artist and Master in Film Studies, Ermeson Vieira, and actress and PhD in Performing Arts, Elizabeth Firmino.

More details about MIRADA CINE FEST, on the website: https://miradacinefest.org
Application Link: https://forms.gle/4SJtGgxvFZ4GMzBMA
Link to crowdfunding: https://gofund.me/7665e1e4
CONTACT: miradacinefest@gmail.com
Social networks:
Instagram: @mirada_cine_fest
Facebook: @Facebook.com/MiradaCineFest
Twitter: @miradacinefest
YouTube: @MiradaCineFest

Prizes will be works of art, in the form of trophies and mentions.

Themes: ranging from human rights, culture, ecology, equality, social responsibility, indigenous peoples, social struggles, combating racism, fascism, homophobia, misogyny, etc.

Films can be in various formats, including animation. From shorts to feature films, new or old.

The official language will be Portuguese, if the film is shot in another language, it must be subtitled in Portuguese.

You must have a Creative Commons license before you can register to avoid copyright issues.


  

 
  

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