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One of the most prestigious cinema events of Turkey’s
arts and culture scene, the ‘48th
International Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival, will be held from 8th to 14th October 2011. With the support
of Antalya Metropolitan Municipality, the Festival is organized by the Antalya Culture and Art Foundation (AKSAV).
Antalya Golden Orange Film
Festival, held annually since 1963 is the most important International film
festival in Turkey. Taking place amongst the palm lined boulevards, and sun
drenched avenues of beautiful city of Antalya, the Festival will offer numerous
exhibitions, retrospectives and opportunities to discover new trends in World Cinema
and it is determined to be the best yet in 2011.
4FilmFestival, a single event that joins different individual festivals together under one roof:
- 38th OPERE NUOVE -
- 7th RIMUSICAZIONI FILM FESTIVAL -
- 3th NO WORDS -
- 3th BORDERLANDS - TERRE DI CONFINE
CALL FOR FILMS for the 4TH Annual Roslyn Film Festival
$15.00 entry fee per film if received by Feb 1, 2010 ($5 for each additional film title)
$25.00 entry fee per film if received between Feb 2 and Mar 1, 2010
No film will be accepted if received after Saturday March 1, 2010
Send 2 copies of all movies, entry form, and check payable to Roslyn Fire Company to Commissioner Lori Schreiber 2479 Lafayette Ave, Roslyn, PA 19001
Movies must be sent in DVD Format with all contact information. No nudity or language unsuitable for all ages. (We consider this event to be rated PG13, though occasionally some younger audience members may also attend with parents at their discretion)
Fill out an entry form (attached) and submit it with your entry fee. Submission of films and entry fee does not guarantee that your film will be shown. Due to event time restrictions, all films will be viewed by preliminary judges and only the top films will be shown. You will receive notification if your film is selected prior to the event. For more details, see www.roslynfilmfestival.com
This year the Iranian Film Festival will be held in the Netherlands for the 4th time. On a new location in the city of Zaandam, a wide audience can once again become acquainted with everything the Iranian cinema has to offer. But not only the festival’s location changes this year: the themes of its movies will also expand and deepen. For instance, there will be special attention for Iranian hiphop, 30 years of Islamic Revolution, ánd we will take an interesting look beyond Iran’s borders in Central Asia. The Iranian Film Festival will take place between the 18-19-20th of December 2009.
In the past four years, the Iranian Film Festival has made a name for itself by offering a very diverse program that is both independent and critical. The festival not only screens a vast range of films by well-known filmmakers but also searches for young and yet undiscovered talents, who get a chance to show their creativity in films, documentaries, short movies, music and animation. In addition, the Iranian Film Festivals sets a perfect stage for thorough discussions on different aspects of Iranian society, which are often represented only superficially by the media.
Also this years’ Iranian Film Festival promises to become a unique event, where visitors will be treated to the newest Iranian films and music shows. Special guests from in- ánd outside the Netherlands will moreover talk about their view on Iranian cinema and its relation to the current society as a whole.
For more information and the latest news, please visit our English website on: www.iraansfilmfestival.nl
4th edition Iranian Film Festival18-19-20th of December 2009 Film theatre and café ‘De Fabriek’. Jan Sijbrandsteeg 12, Zaandam, the Netherlands
THE INIGO FILM FESTIVAL (TIFF), is an international celebration of films on topics of faith and spirituality, taking place in rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
TIFF showcases short films made by filmmakers under age 35, covering a wide variety of interpretations on Festival's theme: "City of God." The Festival seeks filmmakers who successfully integrate their religious, spiritual, and social themes with the resources of film as a modern artistic medium.
Organized by the Catholic Church, World Youth Day is attended by millions looking to build bridges between continents, peoples and cultures. As such, accepted
TIFF films screen in front of what may likely be their largest international audience, guaranteeing tremendous exposure. Winning filmmakers will receive transportation to attend the Festival, and the opportunity to promote their films in person. TIFF will be honoring Festival winners with awards and cash prizes totaling 5000 (EUR).
MISSION AND OBJECTIVE
The mission of The Inigo Film Festival (TIFF) is summed up by a quote from John Paul II:
"The cinema enjoys a wealth of languages, a multiplicity of styles and a variety of narrative forms that are truly great: from realism to fable, from history to science fiction, from adventure to tragedy, from comedy to news, from animated cartoon to documentary. It thus offers an incomparable storehouse of expressive means for portraying the various areas in which the human being finds himself and for interpreting his inescapable calling to the beautiful, the universal and the absolute."
MORE ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
TIFF films can explore spirituality, the experiences of today's youth, the presence or absence of God in our modern secularized world, or the twin
dimensions of faith and justice. The maximum running time for TIFF films is 20 minutes.
In addition to cash prizes, the Festival will be presenting an Audience Award, and “The Fidel Goetz Emerging Film Maker Award” recognizing the best film by
young film makers who do not have access to professional equipment.
If your film fits the festival, don't miss this chance to take your spiritual, illuminating, or religious film to Madrid...submit to The Inigo Film Festival today! www.tiffestival.org
5th FIŠ/FISch 2010Small and indipendent film productions festivalTolmin 15th. – 25th. september 2010
We organize the 5th edition of Fisch- Small and indipendent film productions festival in the Multimedia center MinK in Tolmin - Slovenia. Last year we had a big success with more than 70 films from 13 different lands so we invite you to send us your films productions.The selected films will be shown at the festival and will participate in the contest, all others films will be shown during the winter time in the Multimedia center Mink in the gallery SDK in Tolmin.
The program will be divided in two parts:
1. Festivals presentation: • “RAF” amateur movie review from Zagreb- Croatia• »MAKEDOX« creative documentary film festival, Skopje, Makedonija
2. The contest between all the selected videos/filmsFor the first three best films will be selected from a special jury and will win three practical prices:
1. Price for the best film - BIG FIŠ
2. Special jury price - MINK FIŠ
3. The audience price
Call for entries and an application form is on a web page http://www.pfis-fuk.eu.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION, August 30, 2010
e-mail adress for the application: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adress: ZTMD Gregorčičeva 2 – 5220 Tolmin, Slovenia.
We look forward to your participation at 5th Fisch
In the name of Fisch :
Janez Leban, president of ZTMD