10th Noida International Film Festival-2023, India

Greater Noida, India

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Deadline
10 Jan 2023


Published: 03 Dec 2022
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Miniboxoffice International Film Festival is now Noida International Film Festival. After having three successful editions of Miniboxoffice International Film Festival which caters mainly for short films only is now turned bigger with the addition of feature films section to it. In year 2014 the management of Miniboxoffice has renamed it on the name of India’s fastest developing city ‘NOIDA’. It’s a tribute to the city where Miniboxoffice starts in year 2010 and the city itself is the house of North India’s largest Film City.



10th Noida International Film Festival-23 objective is to feature great cinema of worldwide filmmakers in a big way & at the same time providing professional networking & introducing current trends of cinema to the participants. The festival goal is to empower independent filmmakers and committed to become premium movie going event which foster the growth of independent filmmakers.



The 2014 to 2022 editions of NIFF was huge success with participation of filmmakers from more than 90 countries. The NIFF-22 is expected to achieve many milestones towards the development of Independent Cinema. With this I welcome all filmmakers to come and join the movement which brings highest level of thoughts & culture of different nations in the form of enriching & entertaining cinema.


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Feature film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Other  Experimental


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WE CARE FILM FEST

New Delhi, India

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Deadline
11 Jul 2023


Published: 03 Dec 2022
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films


Call for Entries
19th edition of WE CARE Film Fest on disability issues (wecarefilmfest19@gmail.com)
Deadline: 11 July 2023

Sub: Submit your film on disability issues

Dear Sir/Madam,

Building on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD) and its unique mandate on education, science, culture, communication and information within the United Nations system, BROTHERHOOD in close cooperation with UN Information Centre for India and Bhutan, UNESCO and Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication hereby announces the 19th global edition of the WE CARE Film Fest from 10 to 12 August 2023.

The WE CARE Film Fest is held annually to raise awareness about disability issues, dispel misconceptions and prejudices about persons with disabilities and drive attitudinal and behavioural change. Since 2003, it has travelled to over196 venues in India and abroad.

On behalf of the organizers, we hereby invite you to submit your short films/ documentaries/feature films (within four categories: up to 5, 30, 60 and 120 minutes) to the Film Fest. A preview committee will select the final films to be screened. The deadline for receiving entries is 15 October 2021.

The organizers encourage all filmmakers to produce audio-visual content which complies with all accessibility standards and guidelines. To be considered for screening at the 18th edition of the Film Festival all films should contain captions and subtitles in English.

For further information and full guidelines, please refer to the enclosed WE CARE Film Fest documents:

• Submission Requirements
• Entry Form
• Undertaking by the Filmmaker


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 Fiction  Documentary  Experimental  Music Video


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Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj Kolhapur Film Festival

Kolhapur, India

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Deadline
31 Jan 2023


Published: 03 Dec 2022
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Calling for Entries!

Short Films,Horror, Midnight, Animation, Experimental, Documentary, Texas Films, International, LGBTQ, Sisterhood, Features and Shorts!

Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj Kolhapur Film Festival is a mission is to engage and inspire the community by screening films without discrimination, creating new films, teaching the art of film making, and networking with fellow filmmakers.

We provide an International platform that showcases all kinds of work from filmmakers, visual artists and musicians while providing educational opportunities during the festival.

The Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj Kolhapur Film Festival (CSMKFF) is for filmmakers and film lovers alike to be entertained, educated and inspired. KNSFF celebrates independent film and recognizes and pays tribute to accomplished artists on both sides of the camera in the international, national and regional film community. We provide filmmakers, producers, directors, writers and actors an environment to collaborate, present their work, and interact with each other and with film audiences. Our priorities are to showcase the most challenging and topically relevant documentaries each year and provide a platform for Others filmmakers.

Vision and Mission :
Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj Kolhapur Film Festival is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the discovery and development of independent artists and audiences. Through its programs, the festival seeks to discover, support, and inspire independent film, media, and theatre artists from the all over the World, and to introduce audiences to their new work.

We believe that a story driven by an individual, authentic voice can awaken new ideas that have the power to delight and entertain, push creative boundaries, spark new levels of empathy and understanding, and even lead to social change. We support independent storytellers and advance the impact of their work in the world.



Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj Kolhapur Film Festival is conducting a innovative international short film festival and invites participation from aspiring and upcoming independent filmmakers. A unique short film Festival, focusing on opportunity creation for global filmmakers. We celebrate the work of these artists by sharing their films in a city that triumphs originality, creativity and the weird.

We aim at facilitating the spreading of ideas and awareness on social issues through film. CSMKFF provides a great opportunity for people to discover the best material from the contemporary independent short film scene, a place for exchanging ideas and networking or simply a treat for a great night out.

Featuring great talent and special guests from the film industry, Shorts On Tap is striving to promote short film­ making. Coming to you from across a wide range of genres and styles and in the most inclusive way: from narrative to experimental; documentaries to animation and also music videos. We always deliver a varied, eclectic, dynamic show and we facilitate an engaged, vibrant and yet totally relaxed dialogue between film­makers and audience members.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental


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Burn, Dead And Sudburied, Burn : Horrorthon VII

Sudbury, United Kingdom

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Deadline
15 Aug 2023


Published: 02 Dec 2022
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


The Dead And SudBuried Horrorthon began life way back in 2016 in darkest Suffolk in the small market town of Sudbury as a celebration of classic horror movies. Over just one day, seven such classics were thrown back on the big screen in the intimate venue of The Quay Theatre. Taking place in a town without an actual cinema to fulfil our dream to see these movies on a big screen, the first Horrorthon was planned around a birthday so just in case it failed to bring enough horror fans obsessed enough to sit and watch non-stop horror all day long, the event could be written off as a present to ourselves! Fortunately, a small but perfectly formed crowd came, enjoyed and endured over 13 hours of wonderful motion pictures like The Exorcist, An American Werewolf In London, The Thing and Evil Dead 2.

The Horrorthon didn’t lose quite enough money in its first year, so returned in 2017 bombarding a bigger crowd with such classics as Dawn Of The Dead, A Nightmare On Elm Street, The Omen and classic horror trailers between movies.

In 2018, we jumped six months to move to a more fitting and more permanent Halloween weekend building on our established Horrorthon crowd/family and adding magazine and Blu-ray giveaways. Our last event in 2019 was our biggest year to date with an even bigger crowd, more giveaways and discounts from local businesses for food and hotels. Due to the uncertainty arising from Covid 19 and following UK Government guidelines, the 2020 event was postponed to 2021.

In November 2020, we created a virtual event to bridge the gap to 2021 using the Eventive platform called Virtually Dead And SudBuried: Horrorthon At Home! The event was a huge success and included A Ghost Waits, Death Ranch, Chestersberg, The Slaughterhouse Killer, I Scream On The Beach, Redwood Massacre: Annihilation, WitchStars, Exit, Millennial Killer, Nefarious, Hail To The Deadites, They're Outside, Game Of Death, Butchers and 44 shorts over a single weekend!

We believe that movies should be seen on a big screen with big sound and with a crowd to be truly enjoyed which is the real reason the Horrorthon keeps coming back every year! Our fifth year was a breakthrough year when it became clear that our horror fanatic crowd was hungry for not just more classic horror but they wanted new horror too. We expanded to 2 days and with brand new features and shorts added to our regular bill of rarely seen, classic horror movies, we became a fully-fledged two day horror film festival.

Despite the best efforts of Covid, we brought in our biggest crowd yet for our fifth event to watch a weekend of 7 brand new features (2 UK premieres) including Wyvern Hill, It Came From Below, Alien On Stage, Sweetie You Won’t Believe It, Tales Of The Creeping Death, Werewolf Castle and Box with 4 live Director/Cast Q&A’s following the screening, 7 classic horror movies featuring The Lost Boys, The Changeling, The Howling, Pieces, Friday The 13th, Videodrome and [•REC] with video introductions from Joe Dante, Alex Winter and Sean S Cunningham plus 24 amazing shorts from all over the world. Horrorthon V was a huge success leading to an even bigger 3 day event in 2022 featuring 8 classics, 8 festival circuit movies and 19 brand new shorts plus the addition of food trucks and merchandise!

The seventh Horrorthon, Taste The Blood Of Dead And SudBuried takes place at The Quay Theatre in the picturesque town of Sudbury, Suffolk from Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd October featuring 3 days, jam packed with delicious horror! Please come and join us! We’re aiming to be even bigger and better for 2023 building on this year to become a major horror event for Suffolk and Essex.


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 Terror


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Concurso de Cortometrajes CREAT RIVAS

Rivas Vaciamadrid , Spain

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Deadline
22 Jan 2023


Published: 02 Dec 2022
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films


La 22 edición del Concurso de Cortometrajes de Rivas Vaciamadrid se realizará en Rivas Vaciamadrid (Madrid) del 16 al 25 de marzo de 2023.


Short film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation


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African Indigenous Language Film Festival (Ailff)

Lagos, Nigeria

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Deadline
01 Feb 2023


Published: 02 Dec 2022
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films


African indigenous language film festival (Ailff) is the celebration, promotion and projection of African Language films, arts, culture as we leverage our film as a tool towards realizing these set cultural ideals.


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Colortape International Film Festival

Brisbane, Australia

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Deadline
01 Oct 2023


Published: 02 Dec 2022
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films

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Colortape International Film Festival is a multicultural film festival promoting worldwide arts & culture through films, while bridging cultural differences, friendship, showcasing the creative vision of filmmakers from over the world. We are strong advocates and promoters of peace, love, friendship and mutual respect. One of very few festivals, if not the only one, to guaranteed acceptance, entry and certification for every filmmaker!

Over 2810 filmmakers were rewarded in the past 8 years!

Colortape is a film competition and film festival offering an Indoor/Outdoor screening opportunity , to showcase filmmakers work, and reward everyone towards the end of the competitive season.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental  Music Video


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Cambodia International Film Festival

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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Deadline
31 Dec 2022


Published: 02 Dec 2022
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


The Cambodia International Film Festival (12th Edition in 2023) is the most significant and industry driven film event in the Kingdom of Cambodia and SE Asia. Every year, the event features prominent pictures and hosts guests from Cambodia and abroad.
CIFF focuses on inspiring audiences to the diversity of films, promote innovative international film making in various forms and present quality productions made in and about Cambodia by national and international filmmakers.
Since 2015, CIFF has a special selection of films on environment and climate action.
CIFF takes place in the best theaters of Phnom Penh (10 venues, 160+ screenings, 130+ films) and fully respects copyright.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation


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Muestra De Cine Documental Musical De Gijón

Gijón, Spain

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Deadline
01 Jul 2023


Published: 02 Dec 2022
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films


THE GIJÓN 2023 FESTIVAL

2nd GIJÓN MUSIC DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL
29th to 31st August 2023


International Festival

Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental  Music Video


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Hummingbird International Film Festival

kolkata, India

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Deadline
15 Nov 2023


Published: 02 Dec 2022
 Has submission fees
Short films


The tiniest bee hummingbird flits up to five hundred miles in its one continuous flight. Our festival, Hummingbird International Short Film Festival, represents this small bird's ardent determination of transcending boundaries, cooing over the confluences of divergent cultures. Our predominant motto is to seek out vehement, vogue, pertinent short films from across the globe and to showcase the narratives that resonate surpassing geographical lines.

In 2021 - 1st edition, Hummingbird officially collaborated with the British Council and received a BFI Flare package. The festival accepted 150+ films from 30+ countries across the globe. Last year, the festival authorities focused on the LGBTQ category including curated children's films, a few premiers, and a BFI Flare Package but this year they brought more than just one category on the platter.

2nd edition (2022) the film festival has officially partnered with Alliance Française to showcase the best of cinematic narratives for the viewers. It received 200+ films from more than 43 different countries in various categories. The film festival has officially selected 50+ films in exclusive categories including Fiction, LGBTQ+, Animation, Documentary, Video Art, and Human Rights. In 2022 we screened Nauha at the opening which was officially selected at La Cinef of the Cannes Film Festival, 2022. Hummingbird ended with the Clermont Ferrand Special Jury award-winning closing film “La Traction Des Poles” curated by Alliance Française.

Much like the little migratory bird Hummingbird is determined to evolve into a platform for viewers and budding filmmakers. The Hummingbird’s vision is to create a space for all, as the festival founder/ director Rajan Nath said, “The festival’s vision is to strike a rich cultural exchange and give audiences access to global cinema and its subsequent cultural pandora. We also aim to support the representation of indigenous cinema and help young filmmakers understand how international audiences see it.”

HIFF is aware that cinema holds a universal language and that is why they are motivated to provide you with the purest experience of watching global narratives. At our Third edition, we're all set to welcome shorts from all over the world. Bring in your beautiful little wonders.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Other  Experimental


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Philosophical Film Festival

Skopje, North Macedonia

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Deadline
23 Mar 2023


Published: 02 Dec 2022
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Philosophical Film Festival / Филозофски Филмски Фестивал is a unique film festival that lives on the crossroads between philosophy and film and is held annually in Republic of N. Macedonia. On one side, the festival tries to promote the idea of film as a medium which can provoke philosophical thought and illustrate philosophical ideas. On the other, it aims to trigger aesthetical analysis’ and investigations into film language as a form sui generis and empower young filmmakers and film workers to reflect on key concepts, questions and ideas in order to translate them into the visual language of cinema. It is a pioneering festival of the kind in Macedonia and the region, and one of few in the world connecting film and philosophy.


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Feature film festival


 Fiction


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SINISTRO

Fortaleza, Brazil

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Deadline
30 Apr 2023


Published: 02 Dec 2022
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Welcome to a temple of fantasy, horror, science-fiction, thrillers and surrealism.

In August, the city of Fortaleza will become the capital of all fantastic things.

SINISTRO aims to be one of the biggest Fantastic Film Festivals in the world and certainly the one with the most beautiful setting, the state of Ceará in the Northeast of Brazil.

During its four days of festival, SINISTRO will screen movies, ranging from fantasy to thriller, sci-fi and horror, some features and shorts in world, international, latin american or brazilian premieres.

SINISTRO will be a meeting place for directors, producers, actors and actresses, technicians and distributors.

Fortaleza is a fascinating town and the perfect place for artistic exchange.


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 Fiction  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental


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Daroca & Prisión Film Fest

Daroca, Spain

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Deadline
01 Mar 2023


Published: 02 Dec 2022
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films


Daroca&Prisión Film Fest
Festival Internacional Cine de Daroca


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Short film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental


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AMOR LGBT+ International Film Festival

Santiago, Chile

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Deadline
31 Jan 2023


Published: 01 Dec 2022
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films


AMOR International LGBT+ Film Festival is the first international film festival in Santiago of Chile focused on the subject of sexual and gender diversity, of independent and competitive nature. The seventh edition of AMOR Festival will take place from June 27th to July 2nd, 2023, in a hybrid format, with digital and physical screenings and activities specifically at national territory.

As in every edition, the festival is proposed as an inclusive space where the programme invites different sectors of society to approach cinema focused on LGBT+ themes (Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, Transsexuals and all sexual, identity and gender diversities); a safe space for the community in which they can participate, make visible, identify and share. AMOR Festival has positioned itself as an event of high artistic quality that seeks to exhibit the most interesting and unique national and foreign titles that expose diversity, as well as outstanding films that have won awards at world-renowned festivals; and as a space where programming is structured based on gender equality in competitions and activities, giving visibility to women filmmakers.

Love is totally transverse to any sexuality, so with AMOR Festival we hope to contribute to the inclusion of sexual diversity, to strengthen understanding and to celebrate the visibility of sexualities through the seventh art.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Other  Experimental


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SorsiCorti Short Film Festival

Palermo, Italy

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Deadline
31 Mar 2023


Published: 01 Dec 2022
 Has submission fees
Short films


SorsiCorti is a Short Film Festival that combines conviviality and interest in the art of the short film.

SorsiCorti was born from passion for cinema and desire to explore innovative and experimental trails of short films

Careful and accurative selection carried out by an evaluation committee made up of experts cinephiles, allows that only high quality short films access the program projection.

SorsiCorti has developed a strong collaboration with the young cultural reality of the Piccolo Teatro Patafisico in Palermo, who also became the official location of the live screenings. However, various events are realized around in town.


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Short film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Other  Experimental


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International Short Film Festival Canton

Guangzhou, China

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Deadline
05 Dec 2022


Published: 01 Dec 2022
 Has submission fees
Short films


ISFFC is an international short film festival organized by the 1895 Film Society in Guangzhou. The festival features top films from the world's leading filmmakers as well as introduces new talent from around the world.

As always, we're proud to welcome both China and international submissions. In 2019 (the first edition of the international short film competition), we screened 50+ films carefully curated from over 1000 submissions including Oscar® Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Emmy® and Grammy® winning artists from around the world.


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Short film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental  Music Video


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Cittadella GeoFilmFestival

Cittadella, Italy

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Deadline
31 Aug 2023


Published: 30 Nov 2022
 Has submission fees
Short films


The Cultural Association Officina delle Idee intends to realize with the Patronage of the Municipality of Cittadella (PD), the Veneto Region and the Province of Padua the third edition of GEOFILMFESTIVAL - The Cinema of the Elements, "The Golden Earth" International Film Award, availing itself of the artistic direction of the director and actor Rocco Cosentino.

GEOFILMFESTIVAL wants to offer itself to all operators, filmmakers and the general public as competition and innovation for its theme: The Environment. Earth, Water, Fire, Air as objectives in the creation and production of medium-short films. So the Cinema of the Elements for which each of us is called to participate and make it a professional, social and moral goal.

The Cinema, once again, disseminator of news and civilization. Together with the cultural dissemination with the cinematographic projection, GEOFILMFESTIVAL - The Cinema of the Elements links its attention to the Environmental Problems of the World.


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Short film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Other  Experimental


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INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL FOR THE ELDERLY

Barcelona, Spain

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Deadline
28 Feb 2023


Published: 30 Nov 2022
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films


La GRAN pantalla is an intergenerational cinematographic meeting space that seeks to dismantle stereotypes about older people through cinema. We look for stories that allow us to generate new readings and discourses about older people, beyond the conventional representations that are usually associated with this stage of life.

We are interested in films that address the issue of the elderly from diverse perspectives: migration, sexuality, feminism, LGBTIQ+ community, among others.


International Festival

Short film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Experimental


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WE:NOW: Festival de arte internacional

Madrid, Spain

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Deadline
21 Jan 2023


Published: 30 Nov 2022
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films


El Festival Internacional de Jóvenes Artistas y Creadores en Madrid, WE:NOW, presenta las bases de su segunda convocatoria. La finalidad del Festival es premiar, visibilizar, promocionar y difundir los diferentes proyectos en los que trabajan los jóvenes artistas residentes en España y el extranjero, cuya edad comprenda desde los 18 hasta los 30 años.

El Festival tiene la vocación de apoyar y promover a los artistas cuyas obras sean innovadoras, críticas, transversales y en conexión con los problemas y necesidades del mundo contemporáneo. De este modo, el Festival no sólo posibilita a los artistas obtener un premio económico por su trabajo, acceder a Ayudas al Desarrollo y optar a Becas de Estudio, sino difundir y distribuir sus obras en la plataforma WE:NOW
(wenow.online).


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental  Music Video


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Encounter of Filmed Correspondence

Guayaquil, Ecuador

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Deadline
31 Mar 2023


Published: 30 Nov 2022
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films

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Two years have elapsed since the first lock-in that we will remember as a collective, which presupposes that humanity has learned to re/look and re/think the world it inhabits, or at least that is what we thought when we could not leave our homes. A look of hope and change mixed with a feeling that the world would end.


Today, after so much, we meet again, with more questions and with a new look to re/think our daily landscapes, what surrounds us? with what eyes are we seeing the world after the quarantine? Today we only have questions, uncertainties for the future: do you know what sounds surround you? what is your daily flora? The spaces we inhabit and the things we relate to.


The idea of this project was born from a filmed correspondence between friends, which allowed us, from a new sensibility, to tell each other our daily experiences and what we have felt during our quarantine.

This experience of creation from the intimacy, without pretensions or unnecessary artifices, but from the feeling and the desire to share, helped to discover the poetic potential of the environments that surround us.

The correspondences are based on the exchange of ideas that allow us to observe the world of the other. They allow us to discover the geographical universe that we inhabit and that unites us when we are motivated to share these sensations.

The filmed correspondences is a format that allows filmmakers, artists to tell in a very artisanal way their way of looking at the world.


International Festival

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 Documentary  Other  Experimental


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