2nd horror edition of the Alpinale Short Film Festival (35)



Deadlines

04 Jul 2019
Call for entries

31 Aug 2019
Festival closed

01 Oct 2019
Notification date

31 Oct 2019
15 Aug 2020

Address

Ramschwagplatz,  6710, Nenzing, Vorarlberg, Austria


Festival description
Short Films 20'<


Festival requirements
 Fiction
 Documentary
 Animation
 Fantastic
 Terror
 Experimental
 Music Video
 Other
 Genres
 Any Theme
 Does NOT have submission fees
 International Festival
 Physical Location
 January 2017
 Production countries: Any
 Shooting countries: Any
 Director nationalities: Any
 Debut Films 
 School projects 
 Any language
 Subtitles 
English
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Photo of 2nd horror edition of the Alpinale Short Film Festival
Photo of 2nd horror edition of the Alpinale Short Film Festival

Photo of 2nd horror edition of the Alpinale Short Film Festival
Photo of 2nd horror edition of the Alpinale Short Film Festival

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Festival start: 31 October 2019      Festival end: 15 August 2020

We we would like to invite you to submit your horror short film to be screened at our 2nd horror night “Obacht! (Watch Out!)” and if selected at our ALPINALE short film festival. It will take place on October 31 (Halloween) in the Alpine town of Bludenz in Vorarlberg/Austria and will also compete for our audience award.


The ALPINALE, now in its 34th year, is an internationally renowned short film festival. The annual festival takes place in Vorarlberg over five days in mid-August. Last year, we had a record-breaking 1245 submissions. 31 of these movies were chosen for the competition, and more than 1300 people attended our screenings.
Many of our team members are regular genre hounds, which is why we have decided to broaden our program with a Halloween horror extravaganza. With the town and region’s support, our plans are to establish it as a regular annual festival and we would be delighted if you were interested in submitting your short to our scream fest. By submitting your movie you are consenting to screen the film at our festival.

Golden unicorn for the best horror short film

If selected, we ask you to send us a video file in projection quality until end of September fullfilling the following criteria:

· Avid DNxHD HQ: 1080p 8-bit Audio uncompressed 24bit, 48000kHz, dual mono

· Burned-in english subtitle (no seperate SRT files please)

· Filesize: max. 50 GB

Subtitles in English or German are necessary. The subtitles have to be burnt in the movie file, no separate SRT files please!

  

 
  

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