Migranti Film Festival ()



Deadlines

08 Nov 2017
Call for entries

07 May 2018
Festival closed

24 May 2018
Notification date

01 Jun 2018
03 Jun 2018

Address

Via Vittorio Emanuele,  12042, Bra - POLLENZO, Cuneo, Italy


Festival description
Short Films
Feature Films


 
Festival requirements
 Fiction
 Documentary
 Animation
 Fantastic
 Terror
 Experimental
 Music Video
 Other
 Any Genre
 Any Theme
 Does NOT have submission fees
 International Festival
 Physical Location
 Production date: Any
 Production countries: Any
 Shooting countries: Any
 Director nationalities: Any
 Debut Films 
 School projects 
 Any language
 Any language
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English
Italian


Six feature-length films in competition will be screened, as well as eight shorts and other films out of competition.

The theme chosen for 2018 is the universal value of coexistence, represented by ways of understanding each other through different cultures, languages and religions and their minglings, including gastronomic.

Festival start: 01 June 2018      Festival end: 03 June 2018

The 2nd edition of the Migrants Film Festival is going to take place in Pollenzo (Bra) at the University of Gastronomic Sciences from the 1st to the 3rd of June. The festival is dedicated to the topic of migration, in
particular to second-generation migrants, to coexistence, to identity and to
multiculturalism.

The Migrants Film Festival will open a window on new forms of speech in the
hors-concours section, whereas the main competing sections will include 4 feature
films, 6 documentaries, 6 short films and 6
comedies. Moreover, after giving assistance to their development, the best unedited and unreleased short film screenplay and the best unreleased documentary script will be awarded as well. The Migrants Film Festival might then, with no obligations, become their future producer.

The movie selection for the festival will take into consideration titles able to narrate the phenomena of migration, and to celebrate different cultures and identities.
The chosen theme for the 2017 edition is
Encounter, evinced through meetings between people, between cultures, between languages, between religions and other moments of cross-cultural interaction, not forgetting those linked to gastronomy.
The deadline for submissions is May 7th, 2018.

The winner of the International Feature Films Section will be awarded 1.000 euros;

the winner of the International Documentaries Section will be awarded 700 euros;

the winner of the International Short Films Section will be awarded 500 euros;

the winner of the International Comedies Section will be awarded 300 euros

Six feature-length films in competition will be screened, as well as eight shorts and other films out of competition.

The theme chosen for 2018 is the universal value of coexistence, represented by ways of understanding each other through different cultures, languages and religions and their minglings, including gastronomic.



  

 
  

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