COLLATERAL 102 TURIN CINEFEST

Turin, Italy

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Deadline
24 Oct 2017


Published: 23 Mar 2017
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


3th COLLATERAL 102 festival will finally allow us to promote the spread of international cinema in the city of Turin.

Turin is an Italian town with a population of about 900.000 people. Along with Venice and Rome, Turin is considered a place in which cinema plays an important role. The number of cultural events in the city increases year by year and this contributes to its worldwide reputation as an artistic place par excellence.

COLLATERAL 102 festival comes from the support of different associations that love art with no boundaries or inhibitions. COLLATERAL 102 festival addresses to short and feature films, documentaries and animated films from all over the world.

Our goal is to make COLLATERAL 102 a meeting place for directors, producers, actors and actresses, distributors and the crew in general, those who see Turin not only as a fascinating town but also as a place of great opportunities for art circulation.


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SIXTH SENSE HORROR FILM FESTIVAL

Mumbai, India

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Deadline
10 May 2017


Published: 23 Mar 2017
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films


Welcome to fear-a-thon!

Are you geared up to gorge on a nerve-jangling glut of ferociousness, disconcerting shocks, and bestial enjoyment? Come, get onboard for a diabolically tense ride, as India’s First and Only Horror Short Film Festival is back with its second edition.

Sixth Sense Horror Short Film Festival, the brainchild of Shaunak Sirrole – a filmmaker, was conceived with the ambition to congregate all horror filmmakers from pole to pole under one haunted roof and provide them the dais to unmask their talent in a genre which is less explored in a country like India.

Last year, the writer of “Final Destination”, Mr. Jeffrey Reddick was the “Guest of Honor” and Mr. Apurva Asrani, National Award Winning Indian filmmaker (Best Editing for Snip!) was the “Chief Guest” of the event. In the inaugural year, we received an outstanding 250 entries from which we screened 50 best films selected by the esteemed panel.

Making a horror film is only half the battle, it still needs to get in front of an audience, and that’s where Sixth Sense Horror Short Film Festival enters the picture. The dream behind inducting this festival in India is not only to prop up Horror Genre, but also present an exceptional juncture for filmmakers to generate enough ballyhoo and eyeballs to get sold — optimistically to a distributor that can put an adequate amount of marketing moolah behind it to transform to box office returns and even awards season buzz. When a film gets selected for Sixth Sense Horror Short Film Festival, its chances of being brought by a distribution arm shoots up.

So, what are you waiting for? Tighten your seatbelts and indulge in a global fête of an adrenaline-fueled genre. Be afraid. Be very, very afraid. Welcome to fear-a-thon!


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 Terror


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Afrika Eye Film Festival

Bristol, United Kingdom

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Deadline
29 Jun 2017


Published: 23 Mar 2017
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films


Afrika Eye Film Festival, now in its 13th year, is an annual three-day film festival based at Watershed in Bristol which brings films about Africa and the Diaspora to new audiences in Bristol and the South West. Afrika Eye's short film programme, Eyefull, showcases the best of newly produced African shorts.


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FILMMAKER DAY

Turin, Italy

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Deadline
24 Sep 2017


Published: 23 Mar 2017
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Welcome back Filmmaker to the 4° edition!!

After the great success of the first three editions, submissions to the fourth edition of FilmmakerDay are now open.

The event is taking place in September 2018 in the wonderful setting of Turin, a city that has become one of the undisputed centres of the art of cinema. FilmmakerDay summons many authors from every corner of the world, as well as a wide audience of cinema lovers.

A great number of high-quality films have taken part in FilmmakerDay. Among them: News Neighbors by Bayley, directly from Sundance Film Festival; A Gentle Night by Qiu Yang, winner of Cannes Palme d'Or; In the Hills by Hamid Ahmadi, an official selection at Toronto International Film Festival.

The fourth edition of FILMMAKER DAY is now organized by the Systemout Association and ArtInMovimento Association as an event whose intention is to give value to filmmakers’ creativity.

This festival is dedicated to short and feature films of any genre and runtime. There are no rules or limitations.
The fourth edition of Filmmaker Day is taking place in Turin, at the end of september, at the prestigious " Cinema Greenwich".

The event derives from the need of giving space and visibility to films coming from all over the world.

Apart from the Best Film, ArtInMovimento Magazine and Italia Che Cambia, two magazines that are both Media Partner of the event, will also give special attention to the most deserving films.

MAIN FEATURES:

- Submissions fee is 15 EUR for each film
- Films selected by a qualified jury
- Selected films will screen at the end of September, 2018
- Free limited membership to Systemout Association

<<<<<<<< A NEW SECTION OF FILMMAKER DAY: 100% guaranteed screening

If you record your film in this section, the screening during the festival is guaranteed in a collateral section in another cinema. <<<<<<<<<


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Constantine´s Gold Coin Animation Film Festival

Nis, Serbia

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Deadline
12 Apr 2017


Published: 23 Mar 2017
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films

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The International Animated Film Festival "Constantine’s gold coin" is organized to promote cultural creativity of national and foreign authors.


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 Animation


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Visualízame Short Film Festival. Audiovisual&Women

Aguadulce, Spain

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Deadline
31 Jul 2017


Published: 23 Mar 2017
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films


In 2011 Fundación Inquietarte decided to call Visualízame, Audiovisual & Mujer, one of the few film and women festivals held in Spain. It has the peculiarity that the prizes, which amount to 3500 euros in total, are not granted by administrations or companies, they are professionals who reward professionals, providing themselves the amount of the prizes. The competition categories with Fiction, Animation, Documentary, Screenplay and Interpretation. It also has other prizes awarded by Funespaña,Cátedra UNESCO, Peace, Solidarity and Intercultural Dialogue Abat Oliba-CEU University to the works that best reflect on death, social problems and human rights.


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FanFilm Awards - Bibliophile Festival

Los Angeles, United States

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Deadline
30 Nov 2017


Published: 23 Mar 2017
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


FanFilm Awards - Bibliophilefest welcomes independent film adaptations of popular books. We celebrate fanfilms for a one day festival and ceremony in Los Angeles, CA.

Visit for more information: fanfilmawards.com


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Azure Lorica International Film Fest

Pasadena, United States

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Deadline
30 Nov 2018


Published: 23 Mar 2017
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Films about Mental Illness.

Azure Lorica International Film Fest (formerly known as Eclipse International Film Fest) is a celebration of international short films in the theme of mental illness awareness.


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FanFilm Awards

Los Angeles, United States

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Deadline
30 Nov 2017


Published: 23 Mar 2017
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films




FanFilm Awards (FFA) is a ceremony recognizing artistic film makers in the independent film community. Held in the Los Angeles, CA, we in FFA welcome new and experienced film makers to showcase their work to fans worldwide.

Visit for more information: fanfilmawards.com


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International Fantastic Film Festival of Castilla y León Terroríficamente Cortos

Palencia, Spain

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Deadline
29 Sep 2017


Published: 23 Mar 2017
 Has submission fees
Short films


International Fantastic Film Festival of Castilla y León "Terroríficamente Cortos" born from enthusiasm and love for the cinema of palencian young and the need to boost the cultural and leisure in the city of Palencia on it involving institutional and business sector of the Spanish province.


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What The Festival Art and Music Festival

Portland, United States

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Deadline
12 Apr 2017


Published: 23 Mar 2017
 Does NOT have submission fees
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WhatTheFestival is a boutique experience of art, 8 stages of electronic and live music located 90 miles east of Portland, OR June 16 - 19 2017.


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National Rural Film Festival

Ayacucho, Argentina

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Deadline
01 Jun 2017


Published: 22 Mar 2017
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films

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V NATIONAL RURAL FILM FESTIVAL OF AYACUCHO

The Rural Film Festival emerged in the city of Ayacucho in 2016 as an initiative from the Directorate of Culture to promote audiovisual production in our city.
Although the audiovisual work area belongs to the artistic sphere, it can also be applied according to educational, environmental, scientific, technological, political, business and commercial disciplines to give some examples.
Next, we list some of the central ideas, according to time and resources, that have been and will be developed within this space:
- Direction and general coordination of the Rural Film Festival.
- Boost and promotion of the movie theater and alternative projection spaces.
- Linking and cooperation between rural and urban schools.
- Generation of socio-educational projects in schools, institutes and training centers.
- Dictation of courses and training open to the community.
- Production of audiovisual content and resources for municipal offices.
- Production of local short films that cover fictional stories and social problems such as agroecology, environment, pesticides, rural work, gender violence, bullying and cyberbullying, addictions, abortion, school dropout, gender perspective, social inclusion, among others.
- Teacher training in all stages of audiovisual production.

We understand this as a way to promote local artistic-social production and reflection by virtue of promoting cultural pluralism and integrating our community.


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 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental  Music Video


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Muestra Fílmica El Buen Vivir - Viena 2017

Wien, Austria

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Deadline
16 Apr 2017


Published: 22 Mar 2017
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films


A final del mes de Junio de 2017 se realizará la primera Muestra Fílmica El Buen Vivir en la ciudad de Viena, Austria.

Papaya Media Association (Asociación Medial Papaya), organizadora del evento, invita a
presentar trabajos para la pre-selección de los participantes en la I. Muestra Fílmica El Buen Vivir.

La inscripción de las obras en la selección es gratuita (excepto cuando una plataforma intermediaria exija una inscripción mínima), el plazo vence el 15 de abril de 2017 y los detalles para la presentación están descritos en el presente reglamento.

Podrán participar las películas que cumplan con el requisito de no exceder más de 5 años anteriores al año de inscripción a la Mostra. Aquellas películas que sobrepasen este tiempo sólo podrán participar en las secciones paralelas.

Las exhibiciones de las películas se harán principalmente en H264 HD pero también en 35 mm, Beta Digi con sus respectivas copias en DVD (PAL) y Bluray al aire libre en el cine abierto del Archivo Fílmico de Austria en la ciudad de Viena.

Información general sobre la primera muestra

Después de la realización de varias series de ciclos y muestras sobre América Latina la sociedad vienesa ya cuenta con un conocimiento relativo de la producción regional de la región. Al mismo tiempo el interés de los/las visitantes por la producción audiovisual sobre o en América Latina ha ido en aumento. En los ciclos anteriores se contó con un programa variado, que fue dividido en largometrajes, cortometrajes y documentales incluyendo la categoría de animación. El público siempre tuvo acceso a lo más reciente de la producción regional pero la temática de la presente muestra no tiene precedente alguno en esta latitudes.

El creciente entusiasmo con que los eventos cinematorgráficos es el motivo por el cual la Asociación Medial Papaya se ha dado a la tarea de organizar la primera Muestra Fílmica El Buen Vivir.

En la muestra oficial participarán las siguientes modalidades:
(-)Largometraje de ficción
(-)Cortometraje de ficción
(-)Animaciones
(-)Documentales

La Muestra Fílmica El Buen Vivir es un evento inédito en esta ciudad y no reviste un evento de competencia en si. Es más bien una ventana al vasto mundo cinematográfico de la región para mostrar la obra más reciente o más importante de su cultura fílmica. Las películas seleccionadas podrán formar parte de diversas muestras culturales que se realicen en otras ciudades austriacas y/o europeas.


Rules for participating in the Buen Vivir Film Screening
Vienna, Austria


The first Buen Vivir (Spanish for Good Living) film screening will take place end of June 2017 in Vienna, Austria.

Papaya Media Association, organizer of the event, announces the call for submissions for the pre-selection of participants in the I. Buen Vivir Film Screening.

The submission of works for the selection process is free of charge (unless an intermediary platform requires a minimum fee) and the deadline is April 15, 2017. Details on how the works should be presented are explained below.

Only films that have been made within the last five years prior to submission for the film screening are qualified to participate. Films produced before this time will only be able to participate in the parallel sections.

Films will be exhibited in H264 HD, 35 mm, Beta Digi, DVD (PAL) and Blu ray formats in the open-air cinema from the Filmarchiv Austria (Austrian Film Archives) in Vienna.

General information about the first screening

After several film festivals and screenings about Latin America, Viennese society already has a relative knowledge of the regional productions in that area, while the local interest in the audiovisual production of Latin America has been growing. In previous festivals a varied film program was shown, divided into feature films, short films, documentaries, and animated films. The public was always shown the most recent productions of the region, but the theme of this current screening has no precedent.

The growing enthusiasm with which film events have been received has motivated Papaya Media Association to organize the first Buen Vivir Film Screening.

The following categories will make up the official screening:
(-)Fictional feature film
(-)Fictional short film
(-)Animation
(-)Documentary

The Buen Vivir Film Screening is an undisclosed event in this city and does not consist of a competition. It is rather a window to the vast film world of the region in order to show the most recent and important works of its movie culture. The selected movies will be able to participate in diverse cultural exhibitions taking place in other Austrian and/or European cities.

Objectives

• Allow the European public to become familiar with the most recent audiovisual productions about ancient and new life philosophies.
• Promote the increased production and distribution of quality audiovisual work made in all the sub regions of Latin America.
• Provide space for reflection and debate, give professionals the opportunity to keep in touch with current developments, and support the communication between Latin American and European artists, especially around the topic of Buen Vivir.
• Contribute to the understanding of cultural diversity and the establishment of tolerance by putting different realities and social ideals in touch with each other.
• Promote the Buen Vivir philosophy as a topic of international and general interest in the film world.
• Promote cinematic production about this topic within Europe.
• Stimulate producers from all over the world to invest specifically in the topic for a redundancy that ends in a more egalitarian and democratic way of life.

The Buen Vivir Film Screening provides a space for:

• Identifying and spreading video and film productions related to this important philosophy and proposed way of life and development.
• Informing the public and attracting the attention of the media and institutions that work in the audiovisual production industry as well as the promotion of local places and tourism, both in filming as well as content.
• Convening distinguished directors, producers, distributors, cinematic personalities and specialists, both local and international.
• Promoting and stimulating initiatives directed towards the development of policies and projects intended to increase, both in quantity and quality, the areas of work available to producers and topical experts in the planet.
• Holding touring exhibitions in diverse cultural public spaces


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Muestra Fílmica El Buen Vivir - Viena 2017

Wien, Austria

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Deadline
16 Apr 2017


Published: 22 Mar 2017
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films


A final del mes de Junio de 2017 se realizará la primera Muestra Fílmica El Buen Vivir en la ciudad de Viena, Austria.

Papaya Media Association (Asociación Medial Papaya), organizadora del evento, invita a
presentar trabajos para la pre-selección de los participantes en la I. Muestra Fílmica El Buen Vivir.

La inscripción de las obras en la selección es gratuita (excepto cuando una plataforma intermediaria exija una inscripción mínima), el plazo vence el 15 de abril de 2017 y los detalles para la presentación están descritos en el presente reglamento.

Podrán participar las películas que cumplan con el requisito de no exceder más de 5 años anteriores al año de inscripción a la Mostra. Aquellas películas que sobrepasen este tiempo sólo podrán participar en las secciones paralelas.

Las exhibiciones de las películas se harán principalmente en H264 HD pero también en 35 mm, Beta Digi con sus respectivas copias en DVD (PAL) y Bluray al aire libre en el cine abierto del Archivo Fílmico de Austria en la ciudad de Viena.

Información general sobre la primera muestra

Después de la realización de varias series de ciclos y muestras sobre América Latina la sociedad vienesa ya cuenta con un conocimiento relativo de la producción regional de la región. Al mismo tiempo el interés de los/las visitantes por la producción audiovisual sobre o en América Latina ha ido en aumento. En los ciclos anteriores se contó con un programa variado, que fue dividido en largometrajes, cortometrajes y documentales incluyendo la categoría de animación. El público siempre tuvo acceso a lo más reciente de la producción regional pero la temática de la presente muestra no tiene precedente alguno en esta latitudes.

El creciente entusiasmo con que los eventos cinematorgráficos es el motivo por el cual la Asociación Medial Papaya se ha dado a la tarea de organizar la primera Muestra Fílmica El Buen Vivir.

En la muestra oficial participarán las siguientes modalidades:
(-)Largometraje de ficción
(-)Cortometraje de ficción
(-)Animaciones
(-)Documentales

La Muestra Fílmica El Buen Vivir es un evento inédito en esta ciudad y no reviste un evento de competencia en si. Es más bien una ventana al vasto mundo cinematográfico de la región para mostrar la obra más reciente o más importante de su cultura fílmica. Las películas seleccionadas podrán formar parte de diversas muestras culturales que se realicen en otras ciudades austriacas y/o europeas.


Rules for participating in the Buen Vivir Film Screening
Vienna, Austria


The first Buen Vivir (Spanish for Good Living) film screening will take place end of June 2017 in Vienna, Austria.

Papaya Media Association, organizer of the event, announces the call for submissions for the pre-selection of participants in the I. Buen Vivir Film Screening.

The submission of works for the selection process is free of charge (unless an intermediary platform requires a minimum fee) and the deadline is April 15, 2017. Details on how the works should be presented are explained below.

Only films that have been made within the last five years prior to submission for the film screening are qualified to participate. Films produced before this time will only be able to participate in the parallel sections.

Films will be exhibited in H264 HD, 35 mm, Beta Digi, DVD (PAL) and Blu ray formats in the open-air cinema from the Filmarchiv Austria (Austrian Film Archives) in Vienna.

General information about the first screening

After several film festivals and screenings about Latin America, Viennese society already has a relative knowledge of the regional productions in that area, while the local interest in the audiovisual production of Latin America has been growing. In previous festivals a varied film program was shown, divided into feature films, short films, documentaries, and animated films. The public was always shown the most recent productions of the region, but the theme of this current screening has no precedent.

The growing enthusiasm with which film events have been received has motivated Papaya Media Association to organize the first Buen Vivir Film Screening.

The following categories will make up the official screening:
(-)Fictional feature film
(-)Fictional short film
(-)Animation
(-)Documentary

The Buen Vivir Film Screening is an undisclosed event in this city and does not consist of a competition. It is rather a window to the vast film world of the region in order to show the most recent and important works of its movie culture. The selected movies will be able to participate in diverse cultural exhibitions taking place in other Austrian and/or European cities.

Objectives

• Allow the European public to become familiar with the most recent audiovisual productions about ancient and new life philosophies.
• Promote the increased production and distribution of quality audiovisual work made in all the sub regions of Latin America.
• Provide space for reflection and debate, give professionals the opportunity to keep in touch with current developments, and support the communication between Latin American and European artists, especially around the topic of Buen Vivir.
• Contribute to the understanding of cultural diversity and the establishment of tolerance by putting different realities and social ideals in touch with each other.
• Promote the Buen Vivir philosophy as a topic of international and general interest in the film world.
• Promote cinematic production about this topic within Europe.
• Stimulate producers from all over the world to invest specifically in the topic for a redundancy that ends in a more egalitarian and democratic way of life.

The Buen Vivir Film Screening provides a space for:

• Identifying and spreading video and film productions related to this important philosophy and proposed way of life and development.
• Informing the public and attracting the attention of the media and institutions that work in the audiovisual production industry as well as the promotion of local places and tourism, both in filming as well as content.
• Convening distinguished directors, producers, distributors, cinematic personalities and specialists, both local and international.
• Promoting and stimulating initiatives directed towards the development of policies and projects intended to increase, both in quantity and quality, the areas of work available to producers and topical experts in the planet.
• Holding touring exhibitions in diverse cultural public spaces


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Documentary Film Festival Alcances

Cádiz, Spain

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Deadline
18 Jun 2017


Published: 22 Mar 2017
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films

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Only for Spanish Documentaries


GOYA!

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 Documentary


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MoDive-Se (LGBT Film Festival)

Campinas, Brazil

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Deadline
08 May 2017


Published: 22 Mar 2017
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films


MoDive-Se is a short film festival and feature films in the city of Campinas, to show films with LGBT themes.
On the first edition was held in 2014, sponsored by the State Government of São Paulo.
In 2015 it was performed independently. The same will occur in 2016, but this year, in addition to film the show will expand its activities with exhibitions of theater and performance.


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Directed by Women SPAIN

Madrid, Spain

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Deadline
31 May 2017


Published: 22 Mar 2017
 Has submission fees
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Feature films


Directed by Women Spain is a film viewing celebration of films directed by women in Spain.

Our celebration is part of the International movement Directed by Women, that for the past 7 years has been dedicated to promote and give visibility to films directed by Women.

One more year Cinecteca Madrid will showcase our selection of short and feature films. Filmmakers will be invited to present their pieces to the public and to participate in a Q&A.

There will also be debates, professional gatherings, workshops and a lot of celebration!

#DirectedbyWomenSpain


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22nd Bidasoa International Archaeological Film Festival

Irun, Spain

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Deadline
15 May 2017


Published: 22 Mar 2017
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films


The Oiasso Roman Museum and the City Council of Irun organize the International Archaeological Film Festival of the Bidasoa.

The aim of the Festival is to present archaeology to the general public, through the diffusion of audio-visual material resulted from the work made by archaeologists, assuring the promotion and the spreading of these films.

The Festival is being celebrated since the year 2001 and from the year 2004 it has four prizes: the Grand Prize of the Festival, the Special Audience Prize, the Educational Values Prize and Arkeolan Prize for Contribution to Science. Since 2006, it’s inside Fedarcine, the European network of Archaeological Film Festivals.


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 Documentary


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International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival Inconvenient Films

Vilnius, Lithuania

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Deadline
14 Jul 2017


Published: 21 Mar 2017
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films
Feature films


Inconvenient Films is an international competitive human rights documentary film festival, taking place in various cities and towns accross Lithuania. Established in 2007 as an annual film event, it is currently the biggest documentary film festival in the country and the only film festival of this kind in the Baltic States region. The festival invites filmmakers, experts, activists and festival audience to appreciate and discuss the role of documentaries in reflecting and shaping our understanding of reality. The mission of this festival is to use award winning author driven films in raising awareness about human rights issues around the world, encouraging public debate on ways to address them.

Festival’s International Competition is dedicated to the films by new filmmakers – their first or second feature documentary. Films are selected considering artistic value, filmmaking skills and revelation of a relevant human rights topic. The Best Film is selected and awarded by international jury.


International Festival

Short film festival

Feature film festival


 Documentary


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CreaSport

Lorca, Spain

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Deadline
30 Jun 2017


Published: 20 Mar 2017
 Does NOT have submission fees
Short films


CreaSport is a short films contest that have to do with the beauty of sport activities, their stories, their moments of glory or failure, their educational wealth… highlighting the capacity of penetration of physical activity in society.


International Festival

Short film festival


 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Experimental


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