MDOC - Melgaço International Documentary Film Festival (6)



Deadlines

31 Jan 2019
Call for entries

29 Apr 2019
Final deadline

9
days

30 Jun 2019
Notification date

29 Jul 2019
04 Aug 2019

Address

Praça D. Maria II, 113, r/c,  4900-489, Viana do Castelo, Viana do Castelo, Portugal


Festival description
Short Films
Feature Films


Festival requirements
 Fiction
 Documentary
 Animation
 Fantastic
 Terror
 Experimental
 Music Video
 Other
 Any Genre
 Any Theme
 Has submission fees
 International Festival
 Physical Location
 January 2018
 Production countries: Any
 Shooting countries: Any
 Director nationalities: Any
 Debut Films 
 School projects 
 Any language
 Subtitles 
English
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Films will be eligible for competition only if completed after January 1, 2018.

FILMES DO HOMEM - The Melgaço International Documentary Film Festival will select documentaries for 2019 under the themes of identity, memory and border. All films should demonstrate the author's point of view about aspects related with social, individual, cultural and identity issues.
Works of a journalistic nature will not be accepted.

The film should have English subtitles, except for English-speaking films.

Festival start: 29 July 2019      Festival end: 04 August 2019

MDOC - Melgaço International Documentary Film Festival will select for 2019, documentaries under the themes of identity, memory and border. All films must express the author's point of view on aspects related to social,

individual, cultural and identity issues.

The Jean Loup Passek Awards, given to the films directors, consist of a trophy and the following cash awards:

.Best International Feature Length Film – 3.000 euros;

.Best International Short or Medium Length Film – 1.500 euros;

.Best Portuguese Documentary (Portuguese Producing and/or directing of films) – 1.000 euros;

1. The Jean Loup Passek Awards will take place within the scope of MDOC – Melgaço International Documentary Film Festival (from 29th july to 4th august).


2. MDOC - Melgaço International Documentary Film Festival will select for 2019, documentaries under the themes of identity, memory and border. All films must express the author's point of view on aspects related to social, individual, cultural and identity issues.


3. Films will be eligible for competition only if completed after January 1, 2018.


4. Films submitted in previous editions of the festival will not be considered for the 2019 edition.


5. The entry deadline for films submissions is April 14, 2019.


6. Submission methods:

A - Use online platforms:

Entry fee (per film): 5 euros


B – Free entry fee for Portuguese films submitted using the online form at www.mdocfestival.pt.


7. The films should have English subtitles, except for English-speaking films;


8. Feature length films (duration equal to or longer than 50 minutes) and short or medium length films (duration equal to or shorter than 49 minutes) may compete.


9. MDOC will inform all the participants of decisions made by the film selection committee.

Upon notification of acceptance to the festival, you have the next week to send us the following:

By email melgaco@mdocfestival.pt :
. Link to download the movie file with english subtitles (Full HD / 25fps / h.264 / 35 Mbps / audio stereo);
. Two stills of the film;
. A director's head shot;
. Director's short and filmography
. Technical specs, cast and crew.
. Dialogue lists in English
. Trailer of the film
. Synopsis
. Previous festivals and awards

By mail:
MDOC – Festival Internacional de Documentário de Melgaço
AO NORTE – Associação de Produção e Animação Audiovisual
Praça D. Maria II, 113, R/C
4900–489 Viana do Castelo
Portugal

. Promotional materials (Posters, flyers, cards or others).


10. The jury for the competition will be composed by cultural and artistic personalities of renowned merit.


11. The Jean Loup Passek Awards, given to the films directors, consist of a trophy and the following cash awards:
.Best International Feature Length Film – 3.000 euros;
.Best International Short or Medium Length Film – 1.500 euros;
.Best Portuguese Documentary (Portuguese Producing and/or directing of films) – 1.000 euros;


12. The Portuguese films competing in the Festival are also in the running for the Jean Loup Passek award for Best Portuguese Documentary.


13. After selection, the Festival will reserve the rights to use three minutes of footage for the purpose of promoting MDOC on TV, radio, internet, as well as the promotional materials for the film in the promotion of the Festival.


14. All decisions reached by the jury are final and may not be contested or appealed.


15. All entries of films made to MDOC presuppose knowledge of and acceptance of this regulations.


16. The Festival Board will decide on all matters not covered by this regulation.


  

 
  

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