Cine Lebu: no entry fees and Oscar-qualifying, deadline November 30th

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Veröffentlicht: 20 Nov 2020


 
 


Last days to submit your short film to Cine Lebu International Film Festival



Cine Lebu International Film Festival has been contributing to culture and arts for 21 years, enhancing training, education and audiences. Thus becoming one of the main platforms for the dissemination of new talent in the global film industry. In addition, in its programming there is always room to encourage children to love cinema.



Being one of the most important film festivals in Chile, it has spread abroad with sub-branches in Argentina, Spain, Cuba and Guatemala, keeping always the goal to offer Chilean and foreign filmmakers a window for dissemination, marketing, and distribution of short films.



The only Oscars® awards qualifying short film festival from the Southern Cone: The winning short films in the International Fiction, Regional Fiction and International Animation categories will become part of the shortlist from which will come the short films that will compete for the award given by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Hollywood.

Submissions HAVE NO ENTRY FEES and can be made UNTIL NOVEMBER 30th. Don't miss out on submitting your short film!


 


 
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Only left 7 days to send your works to Cinequest, qualifier for the Academy Awards

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Veröffentlicht: 14 Nov 2020


 
 


Last week to send your work to Cinequest, voted Best Film Festival by USA Today Readers



Cinequest fuses innovation with the arts to empower great creations and to connect audiences, youth, artists, and innovators with these creations and with each other; forging community, joy, and our future. Set in Silicon Valley, Cinequest’s uniqueness, impact, and legacy result from applying this powerful integration of creativity and technology to inspire and transform lives.


The highest honor, the Maverick Award, recognizes bold, visionary and creative forces—exemplary in the worlds of Silicon Valley innovation and the creative arts. Its Maverick Spirit Awards has recognizes artists as Nicolas Cage, Harrison Ford, Tatiana Maslany, J.J. Abrams, Rosario Dawson, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Ben Kingsley or Sir Ian McKellen.


33rd edition of Cinequest will do as much with Film & Technology as ever while expanding to include additional creative experiences such as virtual and augmented realities, fashion, writing, television, dance, art & design, a creativity summit, and more!

Qualifier for the Academy Awards®: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has recognized the Cinequest Film & VR Festival as a qualifying festival for the Short Films category for the Academy Awards.

You can submit your features or short films only up to the November 18. Don't leave it until the last minute!


 


 
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Last days to submit your short film to Slamdance Film Festival, Oscar® and BAFTA qualifier

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Veröffentlicht: 30 Sep 2020


 
 


Send your short film before October, 1st to Slamdance Film Festival: qualifier-festival with $25000 in cash awards



More than 25 years ago, a group of filmmakers were rejected by the Sundance Film Festival. Unwilling to take “no” for an answer, they started their own event instead: the Slamdance Film Festival. Today, Slamdance has become a year-round organization fostering the development of unique and innovative filmmakers.


Under the slogan "By Filmmakers, For Filmmakers", the festival is now a showcase for raw and innovative cinema that provides selected filmmakers with a launch pad for their career, exposing them to industry and the media. Filmmakers who first showed their work at the festival are now amongst the biggest names in the entertainment industry, such as Rian Johnson (Star Wars: The Last Jedi), Ari Aster (Midsommar), Gina Prince-Bythewood (Love and Basketball), The Russo Brothers (Avengers: Endgame), Bong Joon Ho (Parasite) or Lena Dunham (Girls).


Slamdance offers an intimate community experience in which audience members, filmmakers, festival programmers and industry professionals all mingle in the same hallways and sit side by side in screening rooms to discover the next generation of cinema talent.




Oscar® and BAFTA awards qualifier festival in the short film category : Narrative, Documentary and Animation short films under 40 minutes will be eligible for the Best Short Film Award, qualifier for The Academy® and BAFTA Awards.

The Festival accepts films of all genres and themes from all countries of the world. Highlighting the low-budget narrative and documentary characteristics of novel directors, breakup characteristics of more experienced directors, etc. Plus, Slamdance GIVES AWAY $25000 in prizes. Think about it no more and send your short film before next Thursday, October 1st!


 


 
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Gijon International Film Festival 2020, one of the most prestigious festivals in the world

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Veröffentlicht: 08 Sep 2020


 
 


Gijon International Film Festival, Goya® and Oscar® qualifier and FIAPF recognised, gives out 59000 € in cash awards. Are you going to miss it?



Next September, 19th the call for entries for feature films (short films will be accepted until September, 26th) will close for the 58th Gijon International Film Festival (FICX), acknowledged as Specialized Festival by the FIAPF.


This Spanish festival includes in its program some competitive and non competitive sections for feature and short films, for fiction, non fiction, animation, children and youth, documentary films, etc. It particularly focuses on the quality of modern day independent and auteur films, both from renown filmmakers and young talents, be it local or international. In its last edition the festival screened 180 films from 49 different countries, 30 of which were world premieres. Programmers from the main film events throughout the world attended the festival as well.



Oscar® and Goya® awards qualifier: An international jury of film and culture professionals will be in charge of choosing the winner of the Principado de Asturias award to the Best Short Film, which will then automatically qualify for consideration for the Oscar® awards organised by the Hollywood Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science, and for the Goya® awards organised by Spain's Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science.

The festival gives out in excess of 59000 € in cash awards in its different sections. Do not miss your chance and submit your film BEFORE SEPTEMBER, 19th (feature films) or SEPTEMBER, 26th (short films)!


 


 
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Last weeks to submit your film to 2020 FICA International Short Film Festival!

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Veröffentlicht: 01 Sep 2020


 
 


Send your short film to FICA International Short Film Festival before September, 15th



The International Short Film Festival of Aguilar de Campóo – FICA is one of Spain's most veteran and relevant film meetings in its genre. Spain's Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science includes it as one of the key festivals for the selection of short films that will compete in the Goya® Awards. Throughout its last editions the festival has been making important decisions that commit it to Spain's cinematic industry.



The festival has opened its doors to international cinema and now includes experimental films in addition to fiction, documentary and animation ones. In this edition it will give out almost 7000 Euro in prizes, paying short films per selection in order to encourage creation and artistic production.



Since 2016 the festival has received the Short Film Industry Association (AIC) recognition. This certificate is an annual distinction to differentiate and reward festivals that perform an exemplary role in the dissemination, protection and professionalization of cinema and its industry, especially of short films. The basic objectives of this distinction are to educate new generations of filmmakers and to protect model festivals, recognizing their dedication and rigor.



Goya® Awards qualifying festival for short films: FICA International Short Film Festival works with Spain's Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences in the short listing of films for the Goya® Awards for best short films. The winner of the Best Spanish Short Film award in the Official Section will be automatically pre-selected.

If your short film is under 35 minutes in running length, regardless of its genre and format, and it is produced or co-produced in Spain, don't hesitate to submit it before September, 15th!


 


 
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No entry fee for Guangzhou International Documentary Film Festival, China!

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Veröffentlicht: 18 Aug 2020


 
 


Founded in 2003, Guangzhou International Documentary Film Festival China (GZDOC) is a state-level documentary film festival in China and one of the most important marketplaces in Asia



Guangzhou International Documentary Film Festival China (GZDOC) has evolved from an academic seminar to one of the most influential professional documentary film festivals in the world. In terms of entry numbers and attending countries, GZDOC now ranks as the top documentary festival in Asia and stands among the top 8 major professional documentary festivals around the globe. It works with more than 30 international film festivals and a dozen industry associations to promote documentaries from various countries.



Each year, producers and directors from around the globe meet at the festival and bring their best and latest works, sharing with audiences the world behind their cameras. But also representatives from more than 100 influential documentaries broadcasting media, online streaming platforms, production houses, distribution agencies and industrial associations from China and abroad meet at GZDOC. Several thousand industry executives, decision makers, producers, content buyers, as well as award-winning directors, attend and discuss the latest trend of the industry in China and in the global market.

Ranked as the top documentary festival in Asia: In 2012, 5 Broken Cameras, directed by the Palestinian director Emad Burnat and the Israeli director Guy Davidi, won the Golden Kapok Award Best Feature Documentary Award. The film was later nominated and won the Academy® Best Documentary Feature Award in 2013. Minding the Gap, directed by the Chinese American director Bing Liu, won the Golden Kapok Best Debut Documentary Award in 2018 and was nominated for the Academy® Best Documentary Feature Award. Other renewed award-winners include Life, Animated (2016), Honeyland (2019), etc.

THERE IS NO ENTRY FEE! Be quick because submissions will be accepted only until August 31st.


 


 
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Zaragoza International Film Festival will give out 5000€ in cash awards, and it is a Goya Awards qualifying festival

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Veröffentlicht: 11 Aug 2020


 
 


Zaragoza International Film Festival - FCZ will give out 5000 € in cash awards, and it is a Goya® Awards qualifying festival



Zaragoza International Film Festival - FCZ has been developing its appreciation for Spain's cinematic culture since 1995, while trying to bring together creators and audiences around the seventh art in the Aragon capital.


Last only few weeks before the deadline of the 25th edition of the FCZ, which will in principle be held from 20 to 28 November and will give out more than 5,000 euros in prizes.


The festival has competitive and non-competitive national and international sections; that host all kinds of audiovisual works, from the micro short film to the feature film. Continuing the development and updating of last years, the festival offers an extensive program with numerous sections such as Industry, Education, Social "Other Looks", the Historical "Visions of History" and New Technologies, as well as various Special Events, Cycles, the Guest Festival, the Aragonese Audiovisual Night, etc.

Qyalifying festival for the Goya® Awards from the Spanish Academy: The festival is one of Spain's Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science's partners, so that the winning short film of the Jury's Augusto Award to the Best National Fiction Short Film is admitted in the final stage of the Goya awards selection process for fiction short films.

All creators who want to submit their audiovisual works to the competition, should take into account that the deadline ends on August 31st.


 


 
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Last week to submit to the Fest. Int. of Curtas do Rio de Janeiro!

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Veröffentlicht: 05 Aug 2020


 
 


The submissions for the Curtas do Rio de Janeiro International Festival close on August 7



Last week to register your short film to the Short Film Festival – Rio de Janeiro International Short Film Festival.


In such a troubled year for everyone, and especially for culture, that depends so much on people gathering, it was a difficult decision to make this edition of the Short Film Festival. But being the 30th edition, the Franco Cultural Association decided to face adversity with courage by keeping this window, ever so important, for the promotion of short films.


To preserve the health and safety of everyone, the Festival Curta Cinema 2020 will be held online on Festhome TV. Thus, for the first time, the content of the Curta Cinema will be available throughout the entire Brazilian territory, and not only to those who can reach it in person.



Qualifier for the Academy Awards ® and the BAFTA Awards: The first Brazilian festival to qualify its winners for the Hollywood Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. In addition, it is qualifier for the BAFTA Awards and for the Brazilian Grand Prix of Cinema.

You can submit short films of less than 30 minutes and produced in 2019 or 2020. Submissions are only open until August 7th, don't leave it for the last minute!


 


 
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Last days to submit to Zinebi 2020, "Class A" festival, and Oscar, BAFTA and Goya qualifier!!

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Veröffentlicht: 04 Aug 2020


 
 


Don't miss out on submitting your film to the 62nd edition of Zinebi International Festival of Documentary and Short Film of Bilbao!



Born in 1959, the International Festival of Documentary and Short Film of Bilbao (ZINEBI) has gained its own place as one of the top international festivals, the programming of which (documentary, animation and fiction) is the main symbol of its identity. Meticulous and thorough international competition sections, extremely free and committed cinema that is a real novelty for the audience and helps to build critical thought in the midst of the cultural complexity of contemporary artistic expression.


Zinebi's program finds room for all kinds of stylistic formats, the most creative, innovative and suggestive audiovisual formats, and emerging directors of contemporary films from all around the world, so that each new festival renews its commitment to exploring new film territories, formal experimentation, the hybrid and interdisciplinary condition of new cinematographic productions and film-makers’ ethical and aesthetic investigation into the complex realities of the world in which we live.


Among the festival guests, international judges or awarded authors, great names can be found, such as Roman Polanski, Marco Bellocchio, Jean Rouch, Basilio M. Patino, Julio Medem or Carlos Saura.

OSCAR®, BAFTA AND GOYA AWARDS QUALIFYING FESTIVAL: Zinebi has been accredited by the Hollywood Academy as a qualifier for the Oscars® and is a qualifier for the BAFTAs awarded by the British cinema industry and for the Spanish Goyas.

Since 1974 Zinebi is recognised by the International Federation of Film Producers Associations (FIAPF as a top international competitive festival, and it is one of only five festivals in the world recognised as a Class A festival in the documentary and short film category.


Zinebi's call for entries will close next August, 15th, and SUBMISSIONS CAN ONLY BE MADE THROUGH FESTHOME!


 


 
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You only have 3 weeks left to submit your short film to the Almería International Film Festival - FICAL!

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Veröffentlicht: 09 Jul 2020


 
 


International Film Festival of Almería - FICAL, Goya® Awards qualifying festival with over 17000 € in cash awards, will close for submissions next July, 31st



The International Film Festival of Almería - FICAL reaches this year its 19th edition with the firm intention of taking a step forward and establishing itself worldwide as one of the hallmarks of the genre, while also promoting the Spanish province of Almería with the purpose of strengthening their historical ties with cinematic industry and culture.


"Almería en corto", International Short Film Competition included in the Almería International Film Festival, is the competitive section for national and international films the duration of which does not exceed 30 minutes. In its last edition the festival screened films selected out of more than 2400 submissions received from all five continents.


The festival will screen a selection of the best international films with competitive sessions and parallel activities where meetings and shared reflexion time for professionals, historians and film critics can be arranged, also favoring its bonds with other national and international film festivals



Qualifying festival for the Goya® Awards from the Spanish Academy: The winner of the Award for Best National Short Film will be pre-selected for the Goya Awards from the Spanish Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

The "Almería en corto" International Short Film Competition will hand out in excess of 17000 € in cash awards. Submit your short film before July, 31st!


 


 
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The Huesca Online sessions, open in Festhome TV until next Saturday

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Veröffentlicht: 17 Jun 2020


 
 


In Festhome TV you can enjoy, until June, 20th, the 48th Huesca International Festival. Bound by current circumstances, the festival will focus on online exhibition in 2020, and will do so powered by the renewed tool Festhome offers for online festivals: Festhome TV.


Qualifier for the national Goya Awards and for the international Oscar Awards®, the Huesca international Film Festival also distributes almost 25000 Euro in prizes.


This year, the Huesca online screenings run parallel to the physical screenings in the city of Huesca and, just like in the last few years, they take place in Festhome TV, our tool for online film festivals with which many festivals are dealing with the issues derived from the global pandemic.


There is no better occasion to use the services of Festhome TV than by enjoying for free this selection of the Huesca IFF on Festhome TV.


 


 
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Have you submitted your film to Curtas Vila do Conde yet?

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Veröffentlicht: 09 Jun 2020


 
 


Call for entries for the 28th Vila do Conde International Film Festival will be open until June 30th



Last weeks to submit your film to the most important Portuguese festival dedicated to short films and one of the most relevant ones in Europe, that this year will take place from 3 to 11 October 2020.


Two decades of existence have made Curtas Vila do Conde become increasingly committed to cinema and its most innovative, diversified, artistic and independent filmmakers and artists. The festival brings together film directors, professionals, artists, journalists, students and an enthusiastic audience for a week in which creativity, talent, spirit, wit and art take the lead.


Curtas Vila do Conde has grown more ambitious over the last few years and has widened its scope by including music videos, multimedia installations, and other art forms that increasingly overlap with short films. Every year, through thoughtful, cutting edge programming, the festival provides a wide selection of ground-breaking films and works on its competitions, retrospectives, theme sections, premières, special programms, exhibitions and concerts.



Qualifying-festival for the European Film Academy (EFA) awards: The festival juries will nominee a short film to compete for the European Film Awards.

The festival accepts new short films produced in 2019 or 2020, with a maximum duration of up to 30 or 60 minutes, depending on the section; and has the following competitions: International (fiction, documentary and animation); National (fiction, documentary and animation); Experimental; Music videos (music videos by artists of Portuguese origin or produced by Portuguese authors); and Take One (Portuguese school films of less than 30 minutes).


 


 
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The Huesca IFF is about to start its new edition on Festhome TV

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Veröffentlicht: 04 Jun 2020


 
 


From June 13th though the 20th, the 48th Huesca International Festival will take place online on Festhome TV. Bound by the circumstances (the pandemic that still plagues the entire planet) the festival will have presential screenings but will focus on online exhibition in 2020.






The Huesca International Film Festival hardly needs introduction: with a track record spanning nearly half a century, its well-known and coveted Danzante awards are one of the main aspirations of short format filmmakers. Qualifier for the national Goya Awards and for the international Oscar Awards®, the Huesca international Film Festival also distributes almost 25000 euros in prizes, and boasts, with cause, to sponsor the attendance of a large majority of the filmmakers whose short films it selects.






It is precisely the selection of its different sections (national and international, with a particular attention to the Ibero-American short film) that makes Huesca one of the main meeting points of the short film universe. And an essential part of that selection can be seen on Festhome TV between the 13th and 20th of the current month of June.






No one can miss the opportunity to watch that selection of the Huesca IFF on Festhome TV for free. And we do not need to say it ourselves: audiences, critics, programmers and producers have been saying it for almost 50 years.



 


 
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Countdown to submit to Tirana Int. Film Festival!

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Veröffentlicht: 03 Jun 2020


 
 


18th Tirana International Film Festival’s submission deadline on June 23



Tirana International Film Festival (TFI) is the most important cinematographic event that takes place in Albania. Not only because it is the oldest and most experienced but also for the high amount of applications, selective films’ capability, the rich program, fascinating discoveries and premieres of the most important cinematic films’ market today in the world.


TFI accept all length films from all European countries and around the world, made by prominent or young directors that treat a variety of themes that incite debates for different target audiences. Tirana Film Institute carries out its activities in organizing artistic, cultural and cinematographic film weeks, national and international festivals. TFI is also engaged at all times with film and audiovisual production, promotion and film distribution through various shows, screenings and publications. TFI has started a new successful experience as film distributor getting also support from Media-Creative Europe.



Oscar® qualifying festival: Recipients of the Tirana International Film Festival Best Short Film will be eligible for consideration in the Animated Short Film/ Live Action Short Film category of the Academy Awards®.
Also has received the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences award as an Oscar® qualifying for the Student Academy Awards (SAA). Are accepted submissions from International Film School Competition Categories include Animation, Documentary, and Narrative short films, that not exceed 30 minutes in length.

Don’t miss the chance and submit your work to one of these categories: Feature (all genres), EYE on TIFF (debut feature film competition), Short Live Action, Animation, Student, Video Art & Experimental, Documentary (all lengths), Balkan and In Albanian films.


 


 
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June 19th, last day to submit to Oldenburg

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Veröffentlicht: 28 May 2020


 
 


Last few weeks to submit your film to the 27th Oldenburg International Film Festival



Founded in 1994, Oldenburg International Film Festival has a strong commitment to innovative and independent filmmaking. Internationally recognized as Germany's leading indie Film Fest.


Hailed as a festival which specialises in discovering emerging talents, Oldenburg’s acclaimed profile has its foundation in the independent section. From the early beginnings it was shaped by the versatility of an independent and passionate cinema and its creators. The festival has evolved while preserving its intimate atmosphere and founding purpose: to celebrate and support the diverse voices and visions of independent filmmakers, to honor the creativity of the artists upon which the festival depends, and to create a unique experience and inspiring meeting place for filmmakers, audiences, and media professionals.


In addition to supporting the discovery of new artists, Oldenburg has hosted German Premieres of films by such renowned authors as Darren Aronofsky, Brian De Palma, Steven Soderbergh, Michael Polish, Johnnie To, Chan-wook Park, and Takeshi Kitano, amongst others. Nicolas Cage, Seymour Cassel, Asia Argento, Keira Knightley, Mira Sorvino are also among many who have attended the event with their works as honored guests of the festival.



Oldenburg IFF is known as the 'European Sundance': Oldenburg International Film Festival has been labelled ‘the European Sundance' by Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, and Screen International, among others.

Don’t miss the chance to submit your SHORT or FEATURE FILM before 19th June!


 


 
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Sant Joan d'Alacant festival is available online in Festhome TV

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Veröffentlicht: 22 May 2020


 
 


The Official category of the 20th Sant Joan d’Alacant Film Festival can be watched in Festhome TV from May 18th through May 24th.


We welcome yet another great festival, Goya Awards qualifying festival for short films, to Festhome TV.

You can watch the festival FOR FREE until May, 24th.

Circumstances derived from the Covid-19 pandemic have pushed us to organise the Sant Joan d’Alacant Film Festival in Festhome TV. The platform will remain open from may 18th through may 24th for online viewing from Spain, with a dedicated page for the festival and 30 short films selected for competition out of the 1086 short films that were submitted in the call for entries that closed last February.

Just like a traditional festival, the online event will be active for a limited time only, a week, and spectators will be able to get their tickets for free for the different sessions in which the short films are shown.

Like any other year, short films single out society's most pressing concerns. A clear example would be films dealing with abuse and sexual violence, like Alvaro Gago's 16 de Decembro (Gago received the Sundance Jury Award for Matria) or Ana Lambarri's recent 16 (a title which refers to the age of its main character, played by the young Alba Planas), which show the power of these themes in the world of short films (the La manada trial, the widespread ME TOO movement, etc).

You can check the list of 30 films here.


 


 
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Celebrate Message to Man’s 30th birthday!

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Veröffentlicht: 22 May 2020


 
 


Message To Man International Festival will close its call for entries next May, 31st



The 30th anniversary edition of Message to Man International Film Festival will take place on September 11 – 19, 2020 in St. Petersburg, Russia. The last three decades saw the growth of this film festival, from the very first exalted celebration held during perestroika to impressive modern-day premieres in St. Petersburg’s Palace Square and master classes taught by the greatest film directors, attracting hundreds of people.


Just take a look at the list of last year’s winners to understand the place the film festival has taken in Russia and the world. The main competition winner was Luke Lorentzen’s “Midnight Family” (USA), which later made it to the Academy’s® shortlist. The Best Début prize was awarded to “Honeyland” (North Macedonia) directed by Ljubomir Stefanov and Tamara Kotevska that received not one, but two Oscar® Awards nominations.


This festival was founded to emphasize the important role of non-feature films in cultural life of the country and allow national documentary filmmakers to become more familiar with the world of international cinema. However, with years, the goals of the Festival had broadened and as a result, short fiction and animated films were added to the competition program. In recent years, “The In Silico” competition of experimental films has evolved into the festival’s most popular program. The Festival is supported by the Ministry of Cultural Affairs of Russian Federation, St. Petersburg City Government and Committee for Culture of St. Petersburg.



Recognized by the International Federation of Film Producers Associations (FIAPF) as international film festivals : The only international documentary, short and animated film festival in Russia and in the countries of former Soviet Union that is officially registered by the International Federation of Film Producers Association in Paris (FIAPF).

In addition, the festival will give away in excess of 9000 euros in cash prizes. They are getting ready to celebrate Message to Man’s 30th birthday and they look forward to receiving your new films. JOIN THE PARTY BEFORE MAY, 31ST!


 


 
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The Warsaw Film Festival opens its calls for entries in Festhome!

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Veröffentlicht: 15 May 2020


 
 


This time we would like to give a warm welcome to Festhome to one of the most important festivals in the world: the Warsaw International Film Festival, prestigious festival with 35 plus years of history that takes place since 1985, and which in 2009 joined the elite group of events recognized by the International Federation of Film Producers Associations as international film festivals - next to Cannes, Venice, Berlin, Locarno, San Sebastian, Tokyo, Moscow or Mar del Plata, among others.

Many qualities could be pointed out in the Warsaw IFF, but the main one may be the prestige its film programming has achieved: short and feature films of all kinds, categories and genres may find a place in the festival as long as their quality makes them worthy of it. About that, even though the festival screens films from every corner of the earth, it pays some particular attention to films from Poland and eastern Europe, and it is so not only in the screening schedule, but also in the professional events, the market, which is organised in Warsaw and in some occasions, through a network of international partnerships, in Moscow and Beijing as well.

The above mentioned international partnerships, such as the agency for the mutual promotion of Chinese and Eastern Europe films run with the Beijing based distribution company Film factory, are among the most stimulating initiatives developed by the festival. As proof of the international recognition gained by the festival, it is also a qualifying festival for the Oscar Awards®! given by the Hollywood Academy.

Warsaw International Film Festival's 36th edition, which will take place from October 9th through 18th, 2020, will also give out 11000 € in cash awards. Its call for entries will be open in Festhome until July, 31st, and it is a call for entries that no filmmaker should miss.


 


 
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Last days to submit to Edmonton Int. Film Festival

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Veröffentlicht: 15 May 2020


 
 


May 15th, last day to submit your film to the 34th Edmonton International Film Festival (EIFF)



Established in 1986, Edmonton International Film Festival (EIFF), is held in the heart of the Canadian Prairies, just a couple of hours from the majestic Rocky Mountains. This festival from the plains of Alberta gives voice, platform and opportunity to filmmakers at all stages of their creative journey and from all parts of the world.


The festival's primary objective is to encourage and support the appreciation of cinema as art. Each autumn, EIFF hosts a 10-day cinematic feast that celebrates the power of film with more than 150 films from 40 countries, ranging from short to feature-length, dramatic to documentary, comedy to tragedy, and studio to independent. it also hosts filmmaker chats, Q&A's, gala screenings, a local filmmaker spotlight, 'buzzy' films that are traveling the festival circuit, professional lunches, parties and more.



The final Oscar® qualifying festival of the year!: Edmonton International Film Festival is an Academy® Awards qualifying festival for Live Action & Animation short films.

What are you waiting for? Send your SHORT OR FEATURE FILM before next Friday, May 15th!


 


 
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Madrid FCM-PNR Film Festival opens in Festhome!

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Veröffentlicht: 08 May 2020


 
 


For the first time, the Festival De Cine De Madrid - PNR opens its call for entries in Festhome.

It’s a true pleasure for the Festhome team to welcome the Festival de cine de Madrid in our platform for the first time, festival run by the Plataforma de nuevos realizadores.

You may submit your film entries here.


The COVID-19 crisis will leave a mark on the festival's 29th edition, like in all other festivals. The Festival De Cine De Madrid - PNR will take place in October, 2020, from 6th through 11th.


ABOUT THE FESTIVAL:

The Festival De Cine De Madrid - PNR is already an event with its own identity in the city of Madrid. It is one of the oldest cinema related events in the city, and since its first edition in 1991 it has become established as an essential showcase for emerging productions to which it gives room and promotion, therefore gathering the best selection out of the diverse national film production that is not theatrically released in our country.

Focusing on films from new filmmakers, it is a meeting point in a permanent search for new narratives and creators in need of a new space from which they can be heard. Its own differentiated identity makes its audience grow stronger year after year and it is also renewed with new generations of viewers and authors, many of which will be in years to come the ones showing their films to the audience and who will be attracted by the latter, as has happened in all previous editions. Ultimately, it is one of the annual mandatory events for the film-going public in Madrid, and it has a relevant stature in the national festival circuit, which is one of the reasons why it is included in the pre-selection for the Best Short Film nomination for the Goya Awards organized by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science of Spain.


Video summary of the 28th Festival de cine de Madrid on Vimeo. Festival de cine de Madrid FCM-PNR on Vimeo.

In its last edition, the festival screened in excess of 200 films in 9 different theatres, and it also organized meetings with filmmakers and young programmers, national and international homages… It is an essential event for all filmmakers.


 


 
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