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UNAFF

SUBMISSIONS ARE OPEN for the 20th UNAFF, which runs from October 19-29, 2017 in Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, San Francisco and Stanford University.

UNAFF celebrates the power of international documentary films dealing with human rights, the environment, refugees, famine, homelessness, racism, disease control, women's issues, children, universal education, war and peace.

This year’s theme RESPECT continues the ongoing celebration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and focuses on various aspects of the Sustainable Development Goals.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:
• Documentaries only
• No production year limit - but no films that are available online for free
• No runtime limit - UNAFF accepts both shorts and longs
• Rough-cuts or works-in-progress accepted, but please submit as close to the final cut as possible. UNAFF cannot accept updated versions of a film less than 10 days before the start of the festival.
• Preferred submission format: DVD (NTSC/PAL) or Blu-Ray region 0 or 1
• Alternate submission format: Download-enabled online link with a password having an expiration date extending through July 31, 2017

ENTRY FEES:
• $30 for films up to 30 min. (late deadline $40)
• $40 for films longer than 30 min. (late deadline is $50)
Please send a check or money order payable to UNAFF or use the PayPal link below (please enter info@unaff.org):

WatchOut! Film Festival

WatchOut! Is an open air Film Festival organized by CBC Loja. The Sixth edition of WatchOut! Film Festival will Take place from 23 to 26 of May 2017 in Tetovo.

 

The place of the festival will be in the the garden of the communist museum. In that space during the night the film projections will go on, separated in categories. Winners will be invited to come to the festival and receive the prize. WatchOut! Is organized by CBC Loja and Goethe Institut - Skopje

13Horror.com Film & Screenplay Contest

13Horror.com is back with THE go-to contest for horror screenwriters and film-makers!

The categories for the contest are: 
1) Feature-length screenplays 
2) Short screenplays 
3) Feature-length movies 
4) Short movies

Winning entrants will receive some truly awesome prizes, including:

- Cash 
- Publishing deals 
- Movie distribution offer 
- Film-making classes 
- Contacts with horror movie industry insiders 
- Horror merchandise 
- And much more

N.I.F.F. Noto International Film Festival

The N.I.F.F Noto International Film Festival is organized by the "MAGNETIC FILM " and dedicated to works created in any format and open to all Italians and foreign authors.

To join in the festival you must be 18+

 

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N.I.F.F. Noto International Film Festival

The N.I.F.F Noto International Film Festival is organized by the "MAGNETIC FILM " and dedicated to works created in any format and open to all Italians and foreign authors.

To join in the festival you must be 18+

 

 

N.I.F.F. Noto International Film Festival

The N.I.F.F Noto International Film Festival is organized by the "MAGNETIC FILM " and dedicated to works created in any format and open to all Italians and foreign authors.

To join in the festival you must be 18+

 

 

The East Village Queer Film Festival

EVQ Film Festival

August 21-26

The East Village Queer Film Festival (EVQ) celebrates queer film in all it's glorious diversity. The festival, presented by the Wild Project in association with New York No Limits and led by Director Lola Rock’n’Rolla, embraces an inclusive Queer identity, featuring films that entertain, explore and promote queer-themed issues, work by and featuring LGBTQ artists, as well as work inspired by the expanded innovative and audacious downtown Queer avant garde. The festival seeks to become a positive space for building, growing and fostering the Queer film community and to serve an integral role ushering in the future of Queer film.

EVQ features features, shorts, music videos, and "Future Cult Classics"in all genres. 

“You don't have to be LGBT to submit your film but you do have to be Queer!” - Director Lola Rock’n’Rolla

For General and Submission Inquiries: evq@thewildproject.com

The East Village Queer Film Festival

EVQ Film Festival

August 21-26

The East Village Queer Film Festival (EVQ) celebrates queer film in all it's glorious diversity. The festival, presented by the Wild Project in association with New York No Limits and led by Director Lola Rock’n’Rolla, embraces an inclusive Queer identity, featuring films that entertain, explore and promote queer-themed issues, work by and featuring LGBTQ artists, as well as work inspired by the expanded innovative and audacious downtown Queer avant garde. The festival seeks to become a positive space for building, growing and fostering the Queer film community and to serve an integral role ushering in the future of Queer film.

EVQ features features, shorts, music videos, and "Future Cult Classics"in all genres. 

“You don't have to be LGBT to submit your film but you do have to be Queer!” - Director Lola Rock’n’Rolla

For General and Submission Inquiries: evq@thewildproject.com

The East Village Queer Film Festival

EVQ Film Festival

August 21-26

The East Village Queer Film Festival (EVQ) celebrates queer film in all it's glorious diversity. The festival, presented by the Wild Project in association with New York No Limits and led by Director Lola Rock’n’Rolla, embraces an inclusive Queer identity, featuring films that entertain, explore and promote queer-themed issues, work by and featuring LGBTQ artists, as well as work inspired by the expanded innovative and audacious downtown Queer avant garde. The festival seeks to become a positive space for building, growing and fostering the Queer film community and to serve an integral role ushering in the future of Queer film.

EVQ features features, shorts, music videos, and "Future Cult Classics"in all genres. 

“You don't have to be LGBT to submit your film but you do have to be Queer!” - Director Lola Rock’n’Rolla

For General and Submission Inquiries: evq@thewildproject.com

Blue Magpie Experimental Film Series/Taiwan

Blue Magpie Experimental Film Series/Taiwan

CALL FOR ENTRIES

The Film Center at NCTU seeks experiment film and video for its fall international film series.

Requirements for entries

A work, or series of related works should be able to be screened in continuous playback, totaling between 15 and 50 minutes in duration (longer works may also be screened, but our series is designed to showcase as many contemporary artists as possible).

·      Filmmakers and experimental multimedia artists (presentable in a theatrical format) are invited to introduce their works in Hsinchu, but it is not requisite.

·      Where dialogue is essential to understanding a film, subtitles in English (and, if possible, traditional Chinese characters) should be provided. We are interested in works from around the world.

·      We are seeking contemporary works in our call for entries (works produced in roughly the last six years, 2011-2017).

·      Venue: Wednesday afternoons and evenings from September through December 2017 at the Film Center at National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan. DCP format welcome (not required).

 

We are open to all types of experimental cinematic works and are especially interested in films that include such elements as:

·      Original experimental music and sound FX producing innovative mise-en-scène and lyrical/narrative possibilities

·      Exploration of posthuman themes—including interspecies issues as well as prosthetics and robotics

·      Multimedia editing sources/processes—for instance, mixing analog/digital, surveillance/archival footage, interactive, various cut techniques and uses of transitions, layers and montage

 

Please send applications and links to works to Dr. Dean Brink, Director, Film Studies Center (interpoetics@gmail.com).

·      In the subject line, please include: "2017 Film Series Submission: [Your last name], [Title of work(s), running time(s)], [total running time]”

·      A brief (maximum 200 words) description of each work

·      A brief biography (maximum 200 words) of artist(s)

·      Contact information: include email and postal address

·      2 still images from each film submitted

·      For each film submitted, include:

o   Original title

o   English title

o   Country of production

o   Year of production (2011-2017)

o   Running time

o   Premiere (world/Asian/Taiwan)

o   Link and password

§  Links for previewing works online (Vimeo, YouTube, etc.) are preferred.

 

Applications may alternatively be mailed, with a preview DVD, to:

Dr. Dean Brink

Dept. of Foreign Languages & Literatures

National Chiao Tung University

1001 University Road

Hsinchu City, Taiwan 30010  

(Materials cannot be returned.)

·    Deadline for submissions: July 31, 2017.

·    There is no entry fee.

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