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Cornwall Film Festival


The Cornwall Film Festival is a vibrant celebration of Cornish and international filmmaking, offering local and national premieres, master classes, workshops, networking events, prizes and awards.
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The 11th Cornwall Film Festival is now calling for entries

You can now submit your short film for the 11th Cornwall Film Festival in the following categories: Decent exposure which is a categorie of short films from anywhere in UK, Eye Toons competition where you can submit you animation film, Films Without Borders which is an international competition, Made in Kernow for filmmakers residents in Cornwall, Reel Women which is categorie celebrating women filmmakers, and The Edge: art and non narrative short films from anywhere in the world.

The 90second Film Challenge is also still open: it is a competition which celebrates the cornish language. You have to create a 90 second short film in cornish and you can £1000. It is open to everyone.

http://www.cornwallfilmfestival.com/2012-entry-form

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About Cornwall Film Festival

Holmes Tiffany
(Cornwall Film Festival)

The Cornwall Film Festival is a vibrant celebration of Cornish and international filmmaking, offering local and national premieres, master classes, workshops, networking events, prizes and awards.

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United Kingdom



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