Evolution Mallorca International Film Festival (9)



Deadlines

03 Apr 2020
Call for entries

08 Mar 2020
Early deadline

10 May 2020
Standard deadline

12 Jul 2020
Late deadline

09 Aug 2020
Festival closed

18 Sep 2020
Notification date

23 Oct 2020
29 Oct 2020

Address

1 Cami de Can Coll,  07100, Soller, Palma de Mallorca, Spain


Festival description
Short film festival
Feature film festival 120'<


Festival requirements
 Film festival
 Fiction
 Documentary
 Animation
 Fantastic
 Terror
 Experimental
 Music Video
 Other
 Any Genre
 Any Theme
 Has submission fees
 International Festival
 Physical Location
 Production date: Any
 Production countries: Any
 Shooting countries: Any
 Director nationalities: Any
 Debut Films 
 School projects 
 Short Films 
 Feature Films  120'<
 Any language
 Subtitles 
Spanish English
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English


Festival start: 23 October 2020      Festival end: 29 October 2020

What is Evolution?

Raw. Fresh. Edgy. Distinctive. Now in our 8th year, Evolution! Mallorca International Film Festival (EMIFF), stays true to its mission; BRIDGING CULTURES - BRIDGING PEOPLE via international films we shape a creative community for independent filmmakers to network, be inspired and thrive in this exciting Mediterranean island paradise.

EMIFF is one of the fastest growing, most respected and exciting film festivals in the Mediterranean. An excellent hub for networking with some of the brightest minds in filmmaking, EMIFF is as intimate and invigorating as it is breathtakingly gorgeous. Filmmakers visit this island paradise to discover "the next great generation of filmmakers and be inspired by industry experts" They've yet to go home disappointed.

Now in its 8th year, EMIFF is based in the heart of Mallorca’s buzzing and culturally rich center of Palma. In addition to feature films and short films, EMIFF also welcomes documentaries, music videos, animation shorts, experimental shorts "Made in Baleares" films in all genres and a rapidly growing screenplay competition.

With competitive screenings unfolding at Teatro Principal, Cineciutat, Port Adriano and the museum of modern and contemporary art Es Baluard, EMIFF is an ideal place for indie filmmakers to rub elbows with industry professionals while enjoying one of the most stunning islands in the Mediterranean as their backdrop.

This year's EMIFF will include screenings, networking events, panels, and workshops every single day for 8 days with up-and-coming filmmakers, established industry professionals as well as the general public interested in arts, film, and culture. EMIFF mission is to take the festival goer on a journey without a suitcase; discover new cultures, countries, tribes, people, traditions, relationships around the world.

We have a Films for Kids section dedicated to children ages 6-12, a wonderful combination of animation, stop motion and narrative short films. Our Music Video section thrives to inspire and take you on a visually stunning journey. Our Documentaries intend to open a window to a new world and challenge your point of view with fresh new ideas. Our feature and short film narrative section are raw, distinctive and provocative. The programming is designed to inspire and evoke the emotions that push you to create new things in your own life.

EMIFF attracts over 4000 attendees from over 32 countries worldwide. In conjunction with its sister-screening event in Los Angeles; SEE THE WINNERS, a special selection of winning films screened at the Los Angeles Film School in the heart of Hollywood, EMIFF is becoming an international launching pad for promising new talent in all film genres.

Past EMIFF winners who won major awards after launching their film at EMIFF include;
El Destierro a feature film by Spanish director Arturo Ruiz won the Austin Film Festival and Toulouse Cinespaña, Where To Miss? by Manuela Bastian won best Documentary at Filmfestival Kitzbühel, A Heavy Heart by German director Thomas Stuber won best film at German Film Awards 2016, Anna's Life by Georgian filmmaker Nino Basilia won the FIPRESCI Prize at the Cairo International Film Festival and Buddymoon by US filmmaker Alex Simmons won the audience award at Florida Film Festival and Slamdance Film Festival. We are proud that every year EMIFF short films get shortlisted and nominated for an Oscar! This year, three EMIFF 2016 Shortfilms went on to be shortlisted for the 2017 Academy Awards; Timecode by Spanish director Juanjo Gimenez, Bon Voyage by Swiss director Mark Wilkins and Graffiti by Spanish director Lluis Quiles.

EMIFF satisfies the public’s thirst for original filmmaking through its diverse, innovative programming while focusing on the ever-evolving trends in the world of cinema.
- Join the Evolution today!

Festival Prizes
– Best Featurefilm
– Best Director
– Best Short film
– Best Director (For Feature Film)
– Best Screenplay (Screenplay competition excludes films being screened)
– Best Actor (For Feature Film)
– Best Actress (For Feature Film)
– Best Documentary Feature
– Best Documentary Short
– Evolutionary Award (Best first time filmmaker)
– Best Short film Made in Baleares
– Best Music Video
– Evolutionary Island Award (Best feature film filmed in the Balearic islands)

A total of 15.000€ worth in In-Kind vouchers can be won from MN Studios (Equipments rental house in Palma de Mallorca)

NEW in 20202 Audience Award
Best feature film
Best short film
Best documentary Feature film
Best Documentary short film

EMIFF TERMS OF USE Failure to comply with EMIFF guidelines, rules, regulations, or eligibility may be cause for disqualification and result in having your film pulled from screening.

By submitting or entering your work to EMIFF you are admitting that you have read, understood and agreed to follow our Rules and Regulations for festival submissions and to abide by our Terms and Conditions of service and our general festival Rules and Regulations.

By submitting or entering your work to EMIFF, entrants release it’s Board of Directors, Officers, Staff and Volunteers harmless from and against all losses, damages, rights, claims and actions of any kind arising in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, from participation with the competition or participation in any competition related activity.

By submitting to EMIFF you are granting EMIFF the rights to use screen grabs, press materials, and stills from your movie on our advertisements, press materials, festival programs and website for a minimum 15 months preceding and following the festival year you submitted in.

By submitting to EMIFF you are admitting that you are 18 years of age or older.
By submitting to EMIFF you are granting the right for EMIFF to screen your film publicly one to three times in the next twelve months, world wide.

By entering or submitting to EMIFF you acknowledge that you are not entitled to any refund or damage claims of any kind if your film is unable to screen due to technical or operational difficulties or if your film needs to be rescheduled or delayed for any reason.

MADE IN BALEARES films have to be Baleares premiers to run in competition.
If MADE IN BLEARES SUBMISSIONS have previously screened in other Baleares Film Festivals or “Mostras de Cine”, in Mallorca’s cinemas for a public or private screenings or on TV (IB3 etc.) they can still submit, be selected and screen at EMIFF OUT-OF-COMPETITION.

EMIFF is not responsible for broken or non-functioning films, DCP's. In the case that your film gets selected for the official 2020 program, a final screening copy in form of a DCP has to be delivered to the festival no later than 1 month before the opening night of the festival.

Every Film with non-English dialogue that gets officially selected MUST provide a DCP with ENGLISH subtitles, no matter what language the dialogue is.

If your Film get's to be officially selected as the OPENING FILM you MUST provide a digital high-resolution file (.MOV or MPG4 – NO DCP) with ENGLISH if language is other than English or SPANISH subtitles if language is English - ALREADY ATTACHED AND SYNCHED UP TO THE FINAL SCREENING COPY.

THE FESTIVAL DOES NOT TRANSLATE OR EDIT SUBTITLES INTO THE SCREENING COPIES.
We do NOT accept separated files of movies and subtitles it has to be provided in ONE file. If EMIFF does not receive a DCP copy of your selected film one months before the festival start date you will automatically be disqualified from the program/competition.

EMIFF does not pay any screening fees. All federal, state and local laws and regulations apply.

EMIFF does not provide travel or housing for selected films cast & crew. Hotel & Travel are granted by invitation only.






  

 
  

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