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Portland Film Festival Now Accepting Submissions for 2015

PORTLAND, OR—Portland Film Festival (September 1st – 7th, 2015) is excited to announce its Call for Entries in all categories including student, transmedia, web, short and feature length films. The largest and most highly attended film festival in Oregon in 2013, PDXFF presented over 145 features/documentary films and short films to an audience of more than 525,000 (23k in person and over 500k online). The festival had over 300 volunteers, 236 visiting and local cast and crew fro...

"Games People Play" selected to the 2015 Azores Fringe Festival!

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"Games People Play" has just been selected to the 2015 Azores Fringe Fest in Madalena do Pico, Acores, Portugal. The film stars David Razowsky, Mark Jacobson and Dawn Westlake, and was shot in the style of a Sergio Leone western by Jon Carr on Canon's C500. The original score was provided by Gregory Johnson of Acoustic Labs, an Alvarez-featured guitarist. For more info on the film and to see a trailer, please visit: http://dawnwestlake.com/rondecana/films/gamespeopleplay/index.htm...

Portland Film Festival

Portland Film Festival

 

Filmmakers, it’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for. The Portland Film Festival is looking for some good films with compelling stories for submission. Do you have any suggestions? Please submit your narrative features, documentaries, shorts of all kinds, transmedia, web series, student films and more.

 

MovieMaker Magazine named our festival one of the “25 coolest film festivals in the world,” so get your submission in before time runs out. And we hope to see you in September. Portland is an amazing city during the summer—you’ll not want to miss what we’re planning this year.

 

The 2015 Portland Film Festival (September 1-7, 2015) is now accepting submissions online through:

 

There are rules and regulations to remember (no smoke signals, we need to see these films in person). For all the fine print, including awards eligibility—Golden Axe Award and many more—prizes (PDXFF offers over $25K in cash and prize awards), technical specs, full deadline schedule, festival history, and more, please visit the submission platforms listed above and read carefully.

Past attendees and alumni include Eli Roth, Justin Long, Haley Joel Osment, Abby Elliott, Chris Williams, Chuck Palahniuk, Jason Mamoa, Doug Benson, Wendy Froud, Brian Froud, Toby Froud, Penny Lane, Chelsea Cain, Daniel Wilson, Chelsey Reist, Isaac Feder, James Franco, Lorenza Izzo, Matt Walsh, Susan Sarandon, Michael Tully, Ryan Murdock, Kelly Reichardt, Kris Kaczor, Bryan Storkel, Leah Warshawski, Daryl Hannah, Vivian Norris, Karney Hatch, Jon Matthews, Dana Nachman, Mitchell Jackson, John Jeffcoat, Shawn Telford, Leah Meyerhoff, Mark Raso, David Zellner, Bradley King and more.

Oh and did we mention that we are partnering with a local Forestry Club to bring axe throwing to our event lineup? Submit! Remember to tag any social media mentions with #pdxff15

The Uranium Film Festival's "Yellow Oscars" 2011 to 2014

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Since 2011 the International Uranium Film Festival in Rio de Janeiro awards its "Yellow Oscar" to the best nuclear films of the festival. Now April 25, 2015, the festival will honour the winners of the 5th International UraniumFilm Festival in Quebec-City. Here is the list (pdf) with all awarded films until 2014. www.uraniumfilmfestival.org ...

ARKIPEL: GRAND ILLUSION (FILM AND ASIAN YOUNG CURATOR OPEN CALL!)

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FILM SUBMISSION In its third occasion, ARKIPEL will present the theme GRAND ILLUSION which departs from a film produced in 1937 by one of the world cinema masters, Jean Renoir. The idea of this film was coming from the book The Great Illusion, A Study of the Relation of Military Power to National Advantage by Norman Angell in 1910. The book was about humane criticism during World War I. Renoir and Angell’s idea was to look at how the problem of humanity in our civilization had been ban...

First ever Channel 4 British Urban Film Festival awards to take place in September

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WATCH PROMO HERE: The first ever British Urban Film Festival awards (supported by Channel 4) will take place in London's West End on 17 September, to mark the start of its' annual film festival which this year celebrates 10 years of urban independent film coverage.   The ceremony, to be hosted by Emmanuel Anyiam-Osigwe & Metro film editor Larushka Ivan-Zadeh, will award prizes to filmmakers and scriptwriters whose films have...

11th Annual New York Television Festival: Submit an original comedy TV pilot; land a deal with Comedy Central!

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NYTVF's  11th Annual Independent Pilot Competition is now accepting original TV, web and digital series pilots, 4-60 minutes in ALL genres.   The NYTVF is like no other Festival in the world: offering indie creators year-round opportunities to submit, providing unprecedented access to TV buyers and decision-makers, and awarding GUARANTEED deals from top networks including Comedy Central,  A&E, and much more!   Someone is guaranteed to walk away with these deals.....

FESTIVAL DU NOUVEAU CINEMA 2015 - Call for submissions

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The Festival du nouveau cinéma is looking for films, interactive works and performances for its 44th edition wich will run from October 7 to 18, 2015 in Montreal! Send us your works BEFORE JUNE 1st, 2015 to maybe be part of the Festival this year! Early bird rate before April 30, 2015! Two easy ways to submit a short or feature film on line:  - via Zone Festival - via Withoutabox   For more information, you can write to soumissions@nouveaucinema.ca &...

Scorsese's Polish Film Series Comes to the U.K.

Over a year since it made its debut at New York's Lincoln Center last February, Martin Scorsese Presents Masterpieces of Polish Cinema, a traveling exhibition comprising 21 feature films, has screened at over 30 venues from coast to coast across North America. The series includes works by legendary directors such as Jerzy Kawalerowicz, Krzysztof Kieślowski, Andrzej Wajda, Krzysztof Zanussi and others, which have never previously been showcased on such a grand scale.   Havi...

Call for entries - 12th Naoussa International Film Festival

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Naoussa International Film Festival is in the pleasant position to announce the Call for Entries for its 12th edition. In the forthcoming festival - which will take place the period from 23 to 27 of September 2015 - exceptional short films will be screened and great ideas will be utilized thus confirming that the Naoussa International Film Festival constitutes a unique cultural experience.   Short films from all over the world, cinematographic tributes, activities for children, theatrica...

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Rastafari/Reggae Film and Music Festival

  Come join us at the international reggae concert, Saturday, August 22nd, 2015, from 1pm-11pm. This event will be held at 35 Carl Hall Road in Downsview Park (main intersection Keele & Sheppard) Children under 12 are free - Buying tickets before the event is $7 - At the gate is $10. Activities such as music, dance, drumming, arts/craft market place, ital food demonstration, film and video screening, children/youth acivities, dub poetry workshops, writers' corner and live conc...

Rastafari/Reggae Film and Music Festival

  Come join us at the international reggae concert, Saturday, August 22nd, 2015, from 1pm-11pm. This event will be held at 35 Carl Hall Road in Downsview Park (main intersection Keele & Sheppard) Children under 12 are free - Buying tickets before the event is $7 - At the gate is $10. Activities such as music, dance, drumming, arts/craft market place, ital food demonstration, film and video screening, children/youth acivities, dub poetry workshops, writers' corner and live conc...

Fantoche – International Animation Film Festival

The international show of animation film has become one of the world’s most prominent animation festivals and is the largest cultural event in Switzerland that is devoted exclusively to the full array of animation techniques, content and media. Since making its debut back in 1995, Fantoche has shown thousands of short and long films from around the world. It offers the very best in entertainment for young and old alike, makes new discoveries for all animated film buffs and serves as a meeting place for animation specialists in Switzerland and abroad.


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Glasgow FF 2015: Interview with Morgan Matthews for X+Y

Morgan Matthews is a successful filmmaker and producer, mainly known for a number of documentaries like Beautiful Young Minds and Shooting Bigfoot. X+Y is his first feature film, inspired by a the true story of a young boy, diagnosed to be on the autistic spectrum, who travelled from the UK to China to participate in a mathematical olympiad. There, he did not only succeed in pursuing his dream, but also in discovering friendship, love and in finding his real self.       ...

Glasgow Film Festival 2015 with new Awards

  At this year’s 11th edition of the Glasgow Film Festival, the warmly embraced cultural event in Scotland introduces two new awards: Audience and Critic’s choice.    The first will be awarded to the film that receives the most positive votes from the audience with the usual procedure of voting after each screening as happens in many festivals worldwide.    The films competing for the audience award are:    The Wonders by Alice Rohrwacher, ...

Best Short Film Competition - EVER!

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Best short film competition - EVER!! The winning filmmaker wins up to $25,000 to shoot one of the top 10 scripts. Winning writer receives up to $10,000 for their short script! Writers judge filmmakers and filmmakers judge writers. It’s that simple! We fund you to collaborate. The writers review films and decide the best filmmaker. The filmmakers read scripts and decide the top 10 scripts. The winning filmmaker selects one of the top 10 scripts to shoot and we fund the production. The sc...

Berlinale 2015 Interview: Justin Kelly for I am Michael

  Justin Kelly - I am Michael, 2015 US - Interview   Justin Kelly is an American writer and director, who has mainly directed music videos before entering the film industry with several short films. I am Michael is his first feature film that premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and it was part of the Berlinale Panorama. The film tells the story of a gay activist and writer, who suddenly turned to religion, developing a theory against homosexuality and is starring...

Berlinale 2015: Body (review)

Body, dir. Malgorzata Szumowska, Poland, Berlinale 2015 - Competition  by Martin I. Petrov In a visionary, humorous wander though the life of (not that much) ordinary people in the polish capital Warsaw, Malgorzata Szumowska’s Body aims to go far under the skin and explore incentives, find answers and criticise bits of our parallel realities.  A father living with his anorexic daughter Olga, after the death of his wife, is trapped between the cruelty he has to face...

Berlinale 2015: Body (review)

  Body, dir. Malgorzata Szumowska, Poland, Berlinale 2015 - Competition    In a visionary, humorous wander though the life of (not that much) ordinary people in the polish capital Warsaw, Malgorzata Szumowska’s Body aims to go far under the skin and explore incentives, find answers and criticise bits of our parallel realities.    A father living with his anorexic daughter Olga, after the death of his wife, is trapped between the cruelty he has to face every ...

Berlinale 2015: Knight of Cups (review)

Knight of cups, dir. Terrence Malick - Berlinale 2015 Competition  by Martin I. Petrov “No one cares about reality anymore.”  Realist or not, Terrence Malick seems to have sliced the cake in two, once again. For some, Knight of cups was worth the waiting and for others was two hours of an image flow, that - if we need to be exact - is his way of storytelling.  And let’s face it, no one goes to see a film from the American indie representative and ...

Berlinale 2015: 45 Years (review)

45 Years, dir. Andrew Haigh - Berlinale 2015 Competition by Martin I. Petrov English director Andrew Haigh competes for the golden bear with a story about a couple about to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary. But who said that after certain age, life cannot ring surprises?  After directing Weekend, a multi-awarded film about a gay couple in London, Andrew Haigh became one of the most promising new talents of his age, turning also into a symbol for queer cinema which was back...

Berlinale 2015 Interview: Lirio Ferreira for Blue Blood

Interview with Lirio Ferreira, director of Blue Blood - opening film of Berlinale Panorama 2015  by Martin I. Petrov Lirio Ferreira was born in Recife in 1965. He started directing films while studying journalism. His first feature Baile Perfumado premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 1997, followed by Árido movie (2005) and many documentaries that have won numerous prizes in Brazil and beyond. Blue blood is his third feature film, open...

Berlinale 2015: Blue Blood / Sangue Azul (Review)

Blue Blood (Sangue Azul), dir. Lirio Ferreira, 2014 Brazil - Berlinale Panorama    by Martin I. Petrov  Vibrant images, breathtaking sea horizons, a passionate macho Latino and some romance in the background - is there anything else to ask for from Brazilian cinema?  Acclaimed director Lirio Ferreira presents a story for contemporary filmgoers, keeping it at heart a traditional old-style Brazilian romanzo. Pedro, a handsome young circus performer, returns to his ho...

VideoMaker Film Festival

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VideoMaker Film Festival, an international short film competition, now in its fourth year, is organized by the cultural association T.A.R.E. (Terapie Artistiche per Ricoveri Emozionali) and comes from the passion of a group of friends who love cinema and every expression of art, setting the goal of promoting cinema culture in all its forms and to develop and/or to arise the passion of this art in young people, to which are given the opportunity to express their creativity, emotions, brilliance through their works. VideoMaker Film Festival aims to be a repository of information, ideas, innovations and experiments. A vent, a diary of images. Art that expresses emotions and concepts even if poor in means. Inside the VideoMaker Film Festival everyone can tell the past, the present and the future, everyone can overturn or affirm, learn, communicate, reflect and invent, in a few words, making movies, making art.

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