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Animasyros is an annual international animation festival held in Hermoupolis, Syros island, Greece. Animasyros commences in September 2014, hosting a competition section, a number of tributes, seminars, workshops and a great load of parties!
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The objective of the film festival series is to bring to light through film and video the current issues, realities, and histories of Latin American and Caribbean countries, with a special emphasis on African and Indigenous communities.
ANONIMUL IFF takes place August in Sf. Gheorghe, Romania.
The Festival has 3 competitive sections - feature, short fiction and short animated - and prizes up to USD 24,000.the deadline for entries is June.
International Competition/ French Competition/ Parallels Screens/ Special Sceenings/ Round Table
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Festival itinérant dans le Comtat du Venaissin.
The !f Istanbul International Independent Film Festival was founded in 2001 and every February and March, it hosts some 70,000 film buffs and celebrated filmmakers from around the world. !f Inspired- designed to showcase emerging directors who are taking film in new directions. The competition carries a $15,000 prize for the Most Inspired Director.
"Women`s Worlds" takes place every year for one week around the 25th of november - the international day "NO to violence against Women" in Tübingen. The focus lies on the life of women worldwide. Most of the films are attended by directors or experts.
"La Orquidea” - Cuenca International Film Festival is focused essentially on fiction features; it takes place every November in the city of Cuenca in Ecuador.
The Festival comprises six sections, four of which are competitive: Long feature International Competition, First Feature Ibero-American Competition, an Ecuadorian Short Film Competition and production in progress.
After three successful editions, which gathered more than 64.000 spectators, the Festival is positioning itself as one of the main cultural events in Ecuador and aspires to further increase its presence in the region.
Several prominent international film professionals have given workshops and master classes during the Festival. In past editions we have welcomed speakers from Spain, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, the United States, among others.
This year, we will also be hosting a Screenplay Laboratory to improve the quality of projects from Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia and Venezuela. Several leading screenwriters from the United States and Latin America will be tutoring the projects.
The admission to all the events at “La Orquidea” Cuenca Film Festival is free.
The films will be evaluated by a professional jury. The works selected by the pre-jury for competition will be presented at open screenings in the presence of the creators the audience and the jury. The films not selected for the competitions will be presented at informative screenings. The jury give prizes (I., II., III.) in three categories: short feature film, experimental film and documentary and it has special prizes as well. The jury will remunerate the works of the film university students in a separate category.
The best of the photos on the decision of the pre-jury will be exhibited in the Uránia National Film Theatre. The prizes will be handed over at the prize-giving ceremony of the film festival.
Named one of the “25 Coolest Film Festivals” in the world by MovieMaker Magazine, the Boulder International Film Festival brings films and filmmakers from around the world to Boulder every President’s Day weekend for a four-day celebration of the art of cinema. BIFF has developed a reputation as one of the most influential young film festivals in the U.S., with an extraordinary number of new-but-unknown feature films, documentaries and shorts that have gone on from early screenings at BIFF to significant box-office success and multiple Oscar nominations.