Leamington Underground Cinema Festival 2016 (0)



Scadenze

11 mar 2016
Inizio delle iscrizioni

13 mag 2016
Scadenza iniziale

31 ago 2016
Scadenza standard

30 set 2016
Scadenza finale

30 set 2016
Festival chiuso

14 ott 2016
Data della notifica

11 nov 2016
19 nov 2016

Indirizzo

newbold Terrace,  cv32 4hd, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, United Kingdom


Descrizione del Festival
Festival del cortometraggio 15'<
Festival del lungometraggio >45'


Requisiti del Festival
 Festival del cinema
 Finzione
 Documentario
 Animazione
 Fantastico
 Terrore
 Sperimentale
 Music Video
 Altro
 Qualsiasi genere
 Qualsiasi tema
 Ha tasse d'iscrizione
 Festival Internazionale
 Posizione fisica
 gennaio 2014
 Paesi di produzione: Qualsiasi
 Paesi dove sono state fatte le riprese: Qualsiasi
 Nazionalità del direttore: Qualsiasi
 Film debuttanti 
 Progetti di scuola 
 Cortometraggi  15'<
 Lungometraggi  >45'
 Lingue 
English
 Sottotitoli 
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Questo festival non è attualmente aperto per iscrizioni.

Inizio del Festival: 11 novembre 2016      Festival si chiude: 19 novembre 2016

Now in its 4th year, the Leamington Underground Cinema Festival will be running at venues across the town of, yes, Leamington Spa from 11th to the 19th of November 2016. The festival is made up of a programme of cool, non-mainstream features and shorts – which is why we need your entries.

This year we have prizes for the best short film under 15 minutes, the best sub 1-minute films and a FREE to enter prize for short animation. Also for the first time we are inviting feature submissions to be screened as part of the festival programme.

Leamington Underground Cinema is a shady subterranean operation that was conceived in 2011 as a way of bringing the cool, the unusual and the seldom seen of the cinematic world to the attention of the previously culture-starved masses of the local area.

Operating at various venues across the previously unsuspecting town of Leamington Spa – LUC has presented a whole load of unique one-off cinematic events as well as running three instalments of the Leamington Underground Cinema Festival in September 2013, October 2014 and November 2015.

Our aims are to

- screen brilliant, but less well known or non-mainstream movies

- bring great short films to a wider audience

- show classic cult movies in unusual locations

- supplement screenings with live music, interactive discussions, quizzes and any other ideas we can think of.

LUC Short Film Prize 2016: will be awarded to the best short film (UNDER 15 MINUTES) The winner will also get £1000 (which is about $1500).

LUC 60 Seconds Max Prize 2016: will be awarded to the best film submitted with a maximum running time of one minute. The winner will also get £250 (which is about $350).

LUC Short Animation Prize 2016: will be awarded to the best animated film (UNDER 10 MINUTES). The winner will also get £100 (which is about $150)

LUC FESTIVAL FEATURES: For the first time we are accepting feature submissions (FOR FILMS OVER 45 MINUTES). Selected features will be screened during the festival.

PLEASE READ BEFORE SUBMITTING:

First, here are some general rules and info. Specific rules and terms for each of the categories can be found below


WHAT SORT OF FILMS ARE YOU LOOKING FOR?

Leamington Underground Cinema events usually feature films that are shocking, funny, cool, quirky or unusual - or hopefully several of those at the same time. We want to show original short films that will entertain, move, perplex, surprise and even maybe outrage our audience. We will always favour something interesting and entertaining but a bit rough over something technically amazing but dull - but if you can manage both you could well be onto a winner.


DOES IT HAVE TO BE A PARTICULAR GENRE?

No, we will screen any genre or style as long as it fits with the general LUC feel as described above.


DOES MY FILM HAVE TO BE BRAND NEW OR A PREMIERE?

It would be great if it was brand new, everyone loves a premiere - but it isn't a requirement. Any film completed from January 2014 onwards can be entered. It's not a problem for us if it has been entered in any festivals or competitions before.


I AM SHOCKINGLY PROLIFIC, CAN I ENTER MORE THAN ONE FILM?

You can enter more than one film if you like, but only one film per filmmaker will be shortlisted in each category.


WHAT HAPPENS IF MY FILM IS SELECTED?

LUC will be in touch by 14th October to let you know that your film has been selected - following this we will be in touch to let you know where and when we would like to screen your film. Once you have calmed down we may need you to send us a copy of your flick for screening purposes (ideally a digital copy) and to agree some final bits and pieces. Details of your film will be included in the programme for the festival. Worldwide fame and fortune may well follow - but the legal department have reminded us that we cannot guarantee this.


RULES & INFO FOR THE LUC SHORT FILM PRIZE 2016

- Films must have been completed later than January 1st 2014

- Films must be less than 15 minutes in length (including credits)

- Shortlisted films will be screened at events throughout the LUC Festival 2016

- The finalists will be screened at the closing event of the festival

- The winner will receive £1000, paid by bank transfer

- You do not have to attend the festival or final event to win the prize


RULES & INFO FOR LUC 60 SECONDS MAX PRIZE 2016

- Films must be less than 1 minute in length (including credits)

- Shortlisted films will be screened at events throughout the LUC Festival 2016

- The finalists will be screened at the closing event of the festival

- The winner will receive £250, paid by bank transfer

- You do not have to attend the festival or final event to win the prize


RULES & INFO FOR LUC Short Animation Prize 2016

- Films must have been completed later than January 1st 2014

- Films must be less than 10 minutes in length (including credits)

- Shortlisted films will be screened at events throughout the LUC Festival 2016

- The finalists will be screened at the closing event of the festival

- The winner will receive £100, paid by bank transfer

- You do not have to attend the festival or final event to win the prize


RULES & INFO FOR LUC FESTIVAL FEATURES

- Films must have a running time of 45 minutes or longer

- Films must have been completed later than January 2015

- Selected features will screen during the LUC Festival 2016



  

 
  

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