Cabane a Sang

montreal, Canada

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Deadline
25 Mar 2021


Published: 23 Jan 2021
 Has submission fees
Short films


Cabane A Sang (The Blood Shed) is a Film Festival, TV Show on a French Horror station in Canada & a Road Cinema based out of Montreal Canada that celebrates Horror, Scifi and Trash cinema. "Blood Shed" aims to bring back the feelgood vibes of grindhouse cinemas where you can catch an obscure flick, have a beer, laugh and have a good time.

**We prioritize high blood count (JUICY) projects!!!

The C.a.S. Philosophy is simple. ENTERTAINMENT above all else. It is not about how good a film looks, but about the journey... and the greasier and juicier the journey, the better! Cabane A Sang is the fest for you whether your lead actor is your uncle Gilles or the mighty Kevin Bacon! Send us your film because we UNDERSTAND that everything deserves a moment in the spotlight.

What we want (and in no particular length)
-Horror
-gore
-scifi
-trash
-disasterpieces
-weird shit

***ALL FILMS SUBMITED ARE AUTOMATICALLY ENTERED IN THE SELECTION POOL FOR THE TV SHOW. In other words, your film can be selected to be part of the TV SHOW, even if it was not selected as part of the Festival program.


International Festival

Short film festival


 Fiction  Terror  Other


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Frontera Sur, International Non-Fiction Film Festival

Concepción, Chile

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Deadline
28 Feb 2021


Published: 22 Jan 2021
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films


FRONTERA SUR, International Non-Fiction Film Festival, is a non-competitive festival that exhibits a set of cinematographic, Chilean, Latin American and worldwide works related to the concept of non-fiction cinema.

The fourth edition of the FRONTERA SUR Festival will be held in online or mixed mode (online / in person) from June 1 to 14, 2021, organized from the Concepción city, Biobío Region, southern Chile.


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Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Other  Experimental


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Cine RO - Rondonia Film Festival

Porto Velho, Brazil

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Deadline
20 Feb 2021


Published: 22 Jan 2021
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films


As a result of the isolation caused by the pandemic, the dynamics of culture have shown a growing flow of information and production within the audiovisual sector, which can act as a privileged lever for the sector's ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT. In the state of RONDÔNIA the production and consumption of CINEMA NACIONAL are still very low, in this sense a comprehensive film festival contributes to the FOMENT AND HEATING of the sector in the state.

The 1st Cine RO - Rondônia Film Festival is a festival that intends to talk about the past and the future, pains and glories, problems and solutions, intends to present to the public aesthetically impeccable films and films that do not seek technical perfection, but they present urgent discussions to be presented to viewers. Multiplicity, diversity and representativeness will mark our first edition.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Other  Experimental





 
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Prague Film Awards

Prague, Czech Republic

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Deadline
04 Oct 2021


Published: 22 Jan 2021
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


We welcome you to the Third Edition of Prague Film Awards - a two-day celebration of quality independent filmmaking, awards, and industry events in front of a live audience of film critics, enthusiasts and producers. Join us for two memorable nights of screenings, networking and red-carpet treatment.

Prague Film Awards, now in its second edition, was born out of a desire to create a welcoming space where international cinema and Czech filmmaking can meet and enrich each other. After our hugely successful, sold-out first edition in January 2018 and January 2019, we will be returning to Kino Atlas in Prague, January 2021.

We believe quality filmmaking should be celebrated and awarded, regardless of the budget. This is why our dedicated team of international programmers focus on creating the most diverse screening selection. Why our nominated filmmakers are guests of honor. Why seeing and hearing the audience react to your cinematic work is just one of the many ways your work is being rewarded.

We are passionate about supporting up-and-coming directors, producers and actors, and providing them with worthwhile, memorable screening experiences. These include Q&As with filmmakers, industry roundtables, and audience awards.

▶ We are accepting submissions for a number of categories and are open to all languages, as long as films in a language other than English are subtitled in English. All submissions must come through Festhome ◀

Prague Film Awards is run in association with Close:Up, a collection of international film festivals supporting indie filmmaking. By establishing a working network among filmmakers, producers and marketing professionals, we share one common goal: to forge productive and lasting relationships between independent filmmakers and audiences.

We are now open for submissions for our 2021 event!


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Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental  Music Video


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Oslo Film Festival

Oslo, Norway

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Deadline
09 Sep 2021


Published: 22 Jan 2021
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Velkommen til Oslo Film Festival! / Welcome to Oslo Film Festival, an IMDb-listed event!

Oslo Film Festival bids you welcome to our yearly festival in the heart of Oslo. Known for our famous mountains, excruciatingly cold weather, and delicious waffles, we look forward to seeing faces from all over the world attend our warm, friendly and diverse film festival.

OFF is run in association with Close:Up, a collection of international film festivals supporting indie filmmaking. By establishing a working network among filmmakers, producers and marketing professionals, we share one common goal: to forge productive and lasting relationships between independent filmmakers and audiences.

As an international and independent film festival and therefore we accept submissions of all genres. To encourage our youth, we have opened several affordable categories only applicable for students.

Press will be invited to our next event where we will also film and conduct Q&A interviews with the filmmakers.
Additionally, we will be facilitating a short filmmaker round table with local industry professionals on the topic of Distribution for Independent Films.

We offer two types of submission rates. The standard categories which include Best Feature, Best Short, Best Documentary etc. and add-on categories (such as Best Director, Best Producer etc.) which come at a fixed price of $10.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us or follow us on Facebook and our website.

We look forward to reviewing your work and seeing you in Oslo!

We are now open for submissions for our event in 2021.


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Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Experimental


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MORCE-GO VERMELHO - GOIAS HORROR FILM FESTIVAL

Goiânia, Brazil

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Deadline
01 Sep 2021


Published: 21 Jan 2021
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


5rd Morce-GO Vermelho - GOIAS HORROR FILM FESTIVAL - is a film festival in the heart of Brazil, which will have contemporary audiovisual works and historical recovery linked to the themes of horror, suspense and horror. The Festival may have fiction productions, experimental and animation as well as workshops and debates.

The aim is to encourage and promote local productions, Brazil and all over the world for lovers of moviegoers horror movies, suspense and horror featuring some of the most creative in independent productions of short films in competitive shows and feature films in the programming.


International Festival

Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Fiction  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Experimental


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Petit Pavé - Independent Film Festival in Curitiba

Curitiba, Brazil

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Deadline
15 Feb 2021


Published: 21 Jan 2021
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films


5th Edition of Petit Pavé - Curitiba independent film festival. This year, because the current covid-19 pandemic situation, the festival will be online.


International Festival

Short film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Experimental


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Bucharest Short Film Festival

Bucharest, Romania

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Deadline
25 Aug 2021


Published: 21 Jan 2021
 Has submission fees
Short films


Bucharest Short Film Festival [BSFF]

Independent is the key word for Bucharest Short Film Festival [BSFF], as it is founded by independent film professionals, and focuses on independent artists in cinema, from all over the world. Bucharest Short Film Festival aims at recognizing, showcasing and spreading-out the most professional, most innovative, and most interesting fresh short international films, while always prioritizing independent short films.

Bucharest Short Film Festival will showcase some of the finest short international film in Narrative, Animation, Student, Experimental, Documentary, Fashion, Music Video, Stop Motion, Human Rights , Trailer, Webisode. We take to heart the amount of work put into each film. Therefore, the festival rules ensure that each movie is reviewed at least two times and well-debated by the jury. Some of the winner films will also be screened at other international film festivals.

Independent artists and their short films will meet an effervescent, and a quite experienced with cinema and film festivals audience, ensuring quality networking, and engaging opportunities, while the selected films will be determined by a panel of industry experts.

Bucharest Short Film Festival is building a new community of interest around international independent film professionals and film lovers, in the heart of one of the most interesting emergent capitals of arts and culture, a city that never sleeps – Bucharest.

The festival will run film screenings, preceded or followed by artists Q&A, or networking side events, and, surely, parties, that all take place in various conventional and unconventional stages around Bucharest, as in cinemas, open spaces, and even summer theatres. Bucharest, you’ve heard about it, eventually – a city for young people. Well known for different things – like “Old Paris” nickname, in its bourgeois times, before the communism decades, or the world’s biggest parliamentary building [and one of the largest buildings of any kind], from its communism times new architecture, or the explosive contemporary art scene, and the also quite impressive underground arts and music and nightlife communities, in its current times.


International Festival

Short film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Other  Experimental  Music Video


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FIDBA International Documentary Film Festival

Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Deadline
30 Jun 2021


Published: 21 Jan 2021
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films

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In recent decades, and at one time to the emergence of new technologies that have ended up scanning most of the processes of the film, the documentary has known a notorious and systematic growth around the world. In our country, and for more than one decade, a production before linked almost exclusively to fiction has been swelling their ranks with new topics, new approaches, new geographies, new dilemmas.

It is in this context that FIDBA is proposed as the 1st. International Film Festival dedicated to this genre which films with the same fans - as long as we believe that the forms and the doings of the documentary film are different from those of the fiction - may meet and dialogue among them and with the public. If the documentary is a meeting point for the FIDBA, it is insofar as it proposes an interpellation to the little-known memoirs, disturbing present and (our) future in suspension. FIDBA will then be an approach not only among audiences, filmmakers and thinkers linked documentary but also in relation to the always stimulating possibilities that allow you to open this space to other border and heterodox expressions framed inside of what we would call "non-fiction" and that encourage us to dialogue with contemporary expressions that go beyond even the scope of the film.

FIDBA will pay special attention to those filmmakers for whom cinema is linked to a form of research and knowledge of the world that surrounds us as to the portrait of human beings whose conditions of life, in certain historical and social contexts, allow you to ask us about our. It is, therefore, authors who not only reflect reality but also ethical and moral relationship which involves filming the other.

FIDBA aims to become a point of support for filmmakers seeking to widen the perception of reality and to films which represent a step forward in the effort to understand it and anticipate it. So, it will make focus on films whose aesthetic originality put at risk not only an idea of the documentary but also a thought about the same film and its possibilities. Since this focus implies questioning the status of the real front of the camera or of the film in relation to reality, this is as inseparable from the mediations that arises.


HIGHLIGHTED!

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Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Other  Experimental


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ANDALESGAI: Andalusian gay, lesbian, bisexual and transexual Film Festival

Sevilla, Spain

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Deadline
28 Feb 2021


Published: 21 Jan 2021
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Festival accepts movies of interest for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transexual people. To participate in the competitive section (prizes), these films should have not been programmed on TV, screened in comercial venues or another spanish festival excluding the organized by Fundacion Triangulo. In any case, copyleft or copyright should be later than 2018.


International Festival

Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic


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Phenomena Festival - São Paulo Premiere Fantastic Film Festival

Sao Paulo, Brazil

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Deadline
31 Aug 2021


Published: 21 Jan 2021
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Phenomena Festival is a competitive international films and arts festival. Focused in fantasy, sci-fi and horror, we are in search of the most uncanny film makers.

Our mission is to find the most surreal, unique and amazing genre films of the globe and bring then into the spotlight to be seen by the largest number of weirdness aficcionados possible! The greatest genre films for us are the ones that on the surface are excellent fantasy or scary movies, but if you start digging, you get a sense of another layer that speaks about a truth of a kind. Simply put, films we do not forget so fast. Films that we get sucked into and go for a voyage with. Films that we feel gave us more than just the satisfaction of being glued to the screen. Because mindless entertainment is everywhere and we're not sure if there is an excuse for it anymore. Genre films or films with genre elements are one of the few last resorts where one can make both art and entertainment and still have that special layer hidden within, and we really love that.

The event takes place in the megalopolis of São Paulo, Brazil, with 4 days of screenings, panels and workshops.

We promise a rollicking good time and a slate packed with great films. We can't do that without the filmmakers and artists, so submit now! Diversity and originality are not only welcome, but also encouraged. Absolutely no ratings restrictions, ever.


International Festival

Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Fiction  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental


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MDOC - Melgaço International Documentary Film Festival

Viana do Castelo, Portugal

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Deadline
19 Apr 2021


Published: 21 Jan 2021
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


MDOC - Melgaço International Documentary Film Festival will select for 2021, 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.


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Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Documentary


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Festival International du Cinéma Indépendant de Bafoussam

Bafoussam, Cameroon

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Deadline
15 Feb 2021


Published: 21 Jan 2021
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Ladies and gentlemen,
The President of the Organizing Committee, Alvine KOUAMBO is pleased to announce that edition 9 of the International Independent Film Festival of Bafoussam (Cameroon).

-This event, initiated by Ecran for the Renewal of African Culture, abbreviated as ERECA will bring together, as in the past, Cinema Technicians from all over the world.

-The theme of this sixth edition is:
"Promoting the Values of Bilingualism & Multiculturalism through Cinema and Audiovisual"

Entries for films that will be competing and out of competition at the Festival are already open.

- For this festival, a gigantic platform called VILLAGE DU FESTIVAL will be set up. This is where the main activities of the festival will be concentrated. Spaces will be available, but very selective.

-The FICIB is placed under the high patronage of the Ministry of Arts and Culture of Cameroon, the patronage of S.E. Mr. Pascal NGUIHE KANTE and headliner S.E. Mr. Roger MILLA.

We are honored to send you our warmest congratulations for all your efforts to promote culture. We would like, in our turn, to be able to fully count on your contribution to the events of the Bafoussam International Independent Film Festival (FICIB). This edition of the FICIB will feature the participation of the best professional film companies, dancers, craftsmen, cultural entrepreneurs, broadcasters, journalists, stage designers, observers from Africa, Europe, America and Asia.

As in previous editions, the FICIB will organize training workshops, conference-debates, caravans of indoor and outdoor screenings, exhibitions-sales of works of art, inter-school competition (musical interpretations, expressions on the theme of publishing, traditional dances and urban) with the end, the election Miss and Master Ficib.
These different activities will take place at the Village Festival.

The Opening and Closing Ceremonies will take place in the banquet hall of the HE Mr. Governor of Western Region "Bafoussam".

In order to enable us to achieve the objectives of FICIB which are to promote independent cinema, to encourage cultural and cinematographic diversity; to propagate cinematographic art by stimulating the development of quality cinema; promote opportunities for North-South co-production; discover and encourage new talent To encourage meetings between film professionals from all over the world, we respectfully request you to agree to participate in this event. You will find the general regulations here and we kindly ask you to download the Registration Form, fill it out, sign it and send it to the following addresses:

contact@ficib.info -BP: 1203 Bafoussam-Cameroon.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Experimental


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Pop Corn Festival

Porto Santo Stefano, Italy

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Deadline
30 Apr 2021


Published: 21 Jan 2021
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films


The Association Argentario Art Day, in collaboration with the Comune di Monte Argentario, promotes Pop Corn Festival del Corto, a short film competition open to all national and international video-makers. This year, all works must be guided by the theme: “Freedom: shapes and colors of being humans”.

THE FESTIVAL INCLUDES TWO CATEGORIES:

Corti d’Autore: for professionals.


Opere Prime: open to all the debut film makers.


This category may also include collective works done by schools and associations.


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Short film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental


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Huesca International Film Festival

Huesca, Spain

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Deadline
10 Feb 2021


Published: 20 Jan 2021
 Has submission fees
Short films

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The Hollywood Academy supports Huesca International Film Festival by recognizing it as shortlisting for the Oscar Awards within Best Short Fiction Film category, also the Spanish Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences recognizes it for the Goya Awards.

http://www.oscars.org/sites/default/files/88aa_shorts_festival_list.pdf


OSCAR!

International Festival

Short film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Experimental


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AMOR LGBT+ International Film Festival

Santiago, Chile

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Deadline
05 Mar 2021


Published: 20 Jan 2021
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films


AMOR International LGBT+ Film Festival was born in Santiago de Chile in 2016. In its 5 editions it has spread to different Chilean territories with physical and virtual exhibitions

Focusing on quality over quantity and aiming to show the most interesting and unique titles depicting sexual diversity, this event is meant to be an inclusive space, where the programme invites different sectors of society to get close to LGBT+ topics via the movies.

It has 5 sections that manage to synthesize a plural offer in themes, combining international premieres with national pre premieres, and consecrated directors with new talents.

Love is completely transversal to any sexuality, so we believe that with AMOR (the spanish word for love) we will help to contribute to the normalization and acceptation of sexual diversity, vindicating the rights of human beings, and enhancing understanding while celebrating the visibility of sexualities through cinema.

International Competition

Guerrilla Competition

Chilean Panorama

Rupturists

Focus


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Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Other  Experimental  Music Video


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The London International Animation Festival

Stoke Newington, United Kingdom

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Deadline
31 Jul 2021


Published: 20 Jan 2021
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


The London International Animation Festival proudly showcases the whole spectrum of creative animation, showing that animation is for everyone.

Founded in 2003, LIAF aims to dispel the popular misconception that animation is just cartoons for kids by screening the broadest possible range of intelligent, entertaining and provocative current films on offer from all around the world as well as retrospectives and specialised sessions from countries and animators who don't normally elicit such attention.

Our annual 10-day Festival includes gala premieres, retrospectives, Q&A's with filmmakers, workshops, audience voting, and the Best of the Festival screening.


International Festival

Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Animation  Music Video


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LAN. Festival audiovisual obrero

Bilbao, Spain

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Deadline
30 Apr 2021


Published: 20 Jan 2021
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films


The LAN festival is a platform that makes visible and valued audiovisual projects that reflect the feeling of the so-called working class, its identity traits, its aesthetics, its social and associative framework, its architecture, its capacity for struggle and adaptation and, above all, historical and collective memory.


International Festival

Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Documentary  Experimental


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NAVARRA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Noain, Spain

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Deadline
28 Feb 2021


Published: 20 Jan 2021
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films

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NIFF is a space for criticism, denunciation, impact and social growth through the dissemination and promotion of cinema.

NIFF aims to be a statement against non-involvement, disregard and lack of commitment, which is the real disease of this century, where we produce more than we can consume, and happiness is subject to the law of supply and demand.

NIFF was born with the intention of triggering, debating the issues that are hidden under appearances and confronting the public with the social realities that show each individual as a part of those that make us complex, unique and human.


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Feature film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Other


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Lichter Filmfest Frankfurt International

Frankfurt am Main, Germany

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Deadline
31 Jan 2021


Published: 19 Jan 2021
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films


The LICHTER Film Festival Frankfurt International is a celebration of and for film. Carried by a high-quality regional as well as international programme, it shines a light on the facets of film art that too often miss out in the everyday of cinema and television.


LICHTER was born from the local film scene. Founded in 2008 by a group of filmmakers and film fans, it has developed from an event for a few from a pledged community in a homemade cinema housed in a studio to an integral part of the (supra-)regional culture. The success proves the creators right. In 2017, LICHTER celebrated its 10th anniversary and proved once more how big the region’s need is to bring them, the audience, the creatives and guests from all over the world together.

The festival programme doesn’t just want to entertain. Every year, the curators make efforts in combining cinema and discourse. In addition to the regional short- and long film competitions, which give a space to the diverse filmmaking of the region, the international programme focuses on a theme that changes yearly. This theme captivates for more reasons than just its topicality, it also points toward socio-political questions to follow and continue debates outside of the film theatre. LICHTER already took on the themes “City”, “Revolution”, “Humour”, “Money”, “Truth”, “Chaos” and “Nature”. This year, the 13th edition of the festival revolves all around “Power”.

At the Intersection of Film and Other Artistic Disciplines
Following this, it seems even more important to search for and support intersections with other cultural institutions and artistic disciplines. The bridge between film, artistic means of expression and social dialogue makes LICHTER unique within German film festivals. Notable partners like the German Film museum or our partner cinema Mal Seh’n are not just venues, institutions such as the Cluster of Excellence Normative Orders of the Goethe University especially add to the content-related design of the extensive accompanying programme: In numerous workshops and discussions, we question the socio-political explosive force of the yearly theme in a number of different ways. Meanwhile, the LICHTER ART AWARD, launched in 2010, focuses closely on the field of video art and its current developments and directions on regional and international levels, while last-but-not-least the VR Storytelling Competition, first launched in 2017, dedicates itself to the varieties of alternative realities.


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Short film festival


 Other


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