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Little Big Shots: Australia's Film Festival For Kids

Little Big Shots is Australia's largest and only annual touring film festival curated especially for kids. Featuring a selection of short and feature films, the festival lands in all major Australian capital cities. A kids jury awards the best international, local, and child-made films each year and the films play to an audience of over 20,000 across the country.

Delhi Global Film Festival

Lights, Camera, Action! Welcome to the world of Glamour and Grandeur. Delhi Global Film Festival 2016 will lift the curtain on 4 days of unlimited fun, thrill and movies drawing the elite of the cinema world and simultaneously encouraging budding filmmakers and artists to be a part of this mesmerizing world. Tentatively scheduled to be held in the last week of February 2016, it will be a perfect platform to give new talent an opportunity to shine, while also showcasing the work of already well-known and respected filmmakers. Let’s be a part of this Cinematic Extravaganza!

The films under following category will be:

●Full length feature Film (60 mins or above)
●Short Film (Less than 45 mins)
●Documentary Film
●Ad Films
●Music Videos
●All languages

Global Short Film Awards - New York & Cannes

The Global Short Film Awards recognize excellence in highly creative and imaginative films under 15 minutes long. These short films will be suitable to meet the increasing content demand for intelligent phones, digital and hand held devices as well as internet, commercial, art, science and educational applications. For this premier issue, finalists and a winner will be selected in 2-D and 3-D formats in each category.

FILMMAKER COST TO ENTER: No cost to enter.
PRIZE: Winners in each category will be announced February 15-16, 2016 in New York. Winning films will be shown during the Cannes Red Carpet Fashion and Awards event at the Carlton Intercontinental Hotel in Cannes, France on May 21, 2016.

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One Nation Film Festival

One Nation Film Festival will be an annual event held in Colorado Springs, CO starting in 2016. The festival will focus on Native American and Indigenous Americas Narrative Feature, Documentary Feature Films and Narrative, Documentary and Student Short Films.

One Nation Film Festival(ONFF), will showcase the work of independent filmmakers amidst the mountainous backdrop of Colorado Springs, Colorado and is about filmmakers, audiences, and film professionals establishing a relationship and supporting independent film.

ONFF will feature Native American and Indigenous Americas films covering a variety of subjects and genres. The festival will highlight attending filmmaker at screenings Q & A sessions, with filmmaker panels, parties, receptions and special events held throughout the festival.

ONFF will presents category-specific awards, as well as Audience Choice and Director’s choice awards.

The 2016 One Nation Film Festival will take place April 1st and 2nd, 2016 in Colorado Springs, Colorado

One Nation Film Festival through its fiscal sponsor, One Nation Walking Together, helps ONWT provide gifts of hope to Native Americans in urban areas and on Reservations throughout the West. One Nation Film Festival hopes to educate the public through films that display strong storytelling, both written and visually, about the culture and history of Native People, the many positive aspects of their heritage and culture and draw attention to their current plight and existence in urban areas and on Reservations..

One Screen

One Screen is the original film festival for the creative community by the creative community. Produced by The One Club, One Screen gives industry professionals a venue to showcase independently produced film and video work made for any platform, thereby attracting some of the most innovative and visually arresting work.

Entrants are required to submit films ten minutes or less in a variety of categories. A prestigious jury made up of directors, producers and creatives will judge the work and the winners will be presented at a special screening event in New York City in February.

The Kalasha International Film & TV Festival & Market

The Kalasha International FILM & TV FESTIVAL will run 26-30 OCTOBER 2015 in various venues throughout the country

FESTIVAL  October 26 - 30

It is bound to attract both film-lovers and industry representatives from across Africa and beyond. A five day celebration of world class cinema which screens features, documentary and short films from around the globe with a special focus on East African film. International titles include Mad Max Fury, The Walk, ...


Film screenings will be held at a selected venue(s) in Nairobi, Mombasa, Malindi, Machakos and Kisumu.

Check the program and screening schedule online.

MARKET  October 28 - 29

The market includes a 2-day trade fair showcasing the East African, Indian Ocean & Pan-African companies under regional pavilions, while the international TV & Film players will attend as participants.

Click for an overview of the Workshops, Pitching Sessions and conferences...

AWARDS October 30

The Kalasha International FILM & TV AWARDS will be held October 30, 2015 at Kenyatta International Conference Center (KICC) Nairobi, Kenya.

The Kalasha International Film & TV awards are an initiative aimed at promoting the local film industry.

The Awards short term goal is two prongs; increasing the quality and rewarding the quality.
These are the two main aspects that define the development of a film industry the world over.

The awards help reduce the prejudice with which performing arts as a career is treated in the country.

Check the nominees.

PAWPARAZZI film festival

Hosted by Pets in the City Magazine and Best Friends Animal Society, the PAWPARAZZI film festival coincides with the nearby Park City area Sundance film festival. PAWPARAZZI film festival is international and it is open to amateurs and professionals alike. The PAWPARAZZI Film Festival is for all species of animals large and small. The films are to provide a venue for People to protect and save animals as well as to celebrate the joy that animals bring to our lives. Submit your short films of ten minutes or less to the following categories:

• Drama
• Comedy
• Animation
• Documentary/Advocacy
• Youth/Student

All entries must be postmarked on or before December 20, 2015. The submission fee is $25. Late entries will be accepted postmarked on or before January 5, 2015. The late entry fee will be $35.

Plan to attend the PAWPARAZZI film festival by plane, train, or automobile. It’s going to be held at the Megaplex Theatres / Gateway Mall, 165 South Rio Grande St., Downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, on Saturday, January 23, 2016, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Proceeds to benefit Best Friends Animal Society


Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival

About Other Worlds Austin

Other Worlds Austin is dedicated to bringing the best of SciFi to Austin, Texas. The festival programming team looks past budgets or the Hollywood push to find great stories and give them an Austin premiere. In addition to its year ‘round programming, the 2nd Annual Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival takes place December 3-5, 2015 at the Galaxy Highland 10. For more information, go to

23rd Annual Rendezvous With Madness Film Festival


The first and largest mental health film festival in the world, Rendezvous with Madness (RWM), presented by Workman Arts (WA), returns to TIFF Bell Lightbox alongside the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema and Workman Theatre from November 6 - 14 for its 23rd edition. The nine-day festival showcases 20+ programs with almost 40 feature and short films, a multi-media installation exhibition and full day symposium with a spotlight on television and addiction.


The festival kicks off at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, 506 Bloor St West on Friday, November 6, with the World Premiere of Swift Current - the electrifying saga of former hockey star Sheldon Kennedy. From hotshot young prospect to shattered alcoholic to high profile advocate for victims of sexual abuse – Kennedy's story is given potent documentary treatment by director Joshua Rofé, who creates an intensely affecting case for a culture that still has a long way to go when it comes to acknowledging both the frequency and the impact of the exploitation of the most vulnerable by those in positions of power. Special guests Rofé and Kennedy will participate in an in depth post-screening discussion. On Saturday, November 7 at the Workman Theatre, 651 Dufferin Street our annual symposium Transfixed: Addiction and TV takes place and will include three panels addressing the symbiotic relationship between digital media and addiction.  Screenings continue on Sunday, November 8 with the remainder of the festival taking place at TIFF Bell Lightbox, Reitman Square, 350 King Street West, Monday - Saturday, November 9 - 14.

Most screenings are followed by a discussion with artists, mental health professionals and/or people with lived mental health experience. RWM presents powerful, entertaining and compelling images of mental health from around the world. These diverse viewpoints capture the global discussion surrounding mental health and encourage the breakdown of stigma across many cultures.

Science Fiction and Fantasy Short Film Festival

A not-to-be missed annual juried festival showcasing animated and live-action science fiction, fantasy, and horror-tinged short films from around the globe. EMP Museum in partnership with SIFF presented the tenth annual Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival this year. This celebration of artistic excellence brings together cinema enthusiasts, filmmakers, and artists for a showcase of illuminating and unconventional films. Admitted films are judged by a nationally recognized jury comprised of luminaries in the fields of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. The festival brings together industry professionals and genre experts to encourage and support new, creative additions to science fiction, fantasy, and horror cinematic arts.