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Yellow Fever Independent Film Festival


Yellow Fever Independent Film Festival (YFIFF) is the gateway for new, independent and undiscovered filmmakers which takes place each year in Belfast, Northern Ireland. http://theyfiff.webs.com/
 

Designed and organised by award winning film maker George Clarke, the YFIFF is the first of its kind in Northern Ireland and has the dedication and drive to grow larger and larger every year!

The first 4 years have grown with guests coming in from Hong Kong, Mexico, LA, Canada, Italy, the UK and Ireland, with great results! Now the YFIFF has settled in one of the largest and most central cinemas in Northern Ireland the Movie House Cinema, Dublin Rd, Belfast. It is fast becoming one of the top events in NI for film fans... 

 

The YFIFF began is 2009 by Yellow Fever Productions. A Northern Ireland based Company who has received recognition worldwide through festivals and media for their very low budget but awesome films. including, Splash Area, The Knackery, Battle of the Bone and The Last Light.

6th - 8th September 2013

The YFIFF each year hosts some special guests who give workshops and Q&A's with festival goers, in 2012 guests included prolific Hollywood Director Albert Pyun and Hong Kong Producer Mike Leeder.

The Festival runs for three days Fri-Sun and will showcase all genre of independent films including 'Shorts by shorts' a 16 and under category for young film makers.

This year the Festival will close with a high profile gala dinner awards ceremony with celebrity guests.

 

Submission forms by email request theyfiff@yellowfeverproductions.co.uk

 

Open to all Film Makers. Submit up to 3 films for the price of 1 (Just £10). Any Length, Any Genre.

Please note - Film must either be in English or have English subtitles.

Awards Include

 

Best Actor
Best Actress
Best Director
Best Short
Best Feature
Screening of Recognition
Audience Choice
Best Animation
Best International
Best Local
NEW** Best Short-By-Short (<16)

http://theyfiff.webs.com/

or drop us a line at - theyfiff@yellowfeverproductions.co.uk

SUBMISSION CALL DEADLINE 30th July 2013

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YFIFF 2009 AWARD WINNER SEAMUS WALSH BLOG

Somebody to Love wins 'Best Short Film' at Yellow Fever Film Festival!

 

 

 

Hey Everyone,

It's been far too long since I've done an entry. So I'm pleased to say I have a new entry and something worth writing about too!

Somebody
to Love recently won 'Best Short Film' at the Yellow Fever Film
Festival! The festival was organised by George Clarke a man very much
after my own heart. There were some great films shown so it was an
honour to be chosen for Best Short.

The
Festival was held in Northern Ireland so I was able to attend along
with my family. I had a great time at the festival and it was a
pleasure to be surrounded by like minded people. The festival
organisers are a truly wonderful group of people and are film-makers in
their own right, their feature film 'The Knackery' was premiered at the
climax of the festival.

The Festivals guest of honour was AnD's
own Mike Leeder who gave some very informative Q&A's and was
generally an all round great person to be around for the festival. Mike
will be doing a piece on the festival for Impact in the next issue so
keep an eye out.

For my part I was asked to participate in
some Filmmaker Q&A's, where the lucky festival goers got to hear my
inane and incoherent ramblings about film-making which were nicely
offset by Mike Leeder and the director of the feature film 'The
Bodyguard: A New Beginning', Chee Keong Cheung, both of whom were clear
and consise in their answers and have actual experience to speak from.

Happily
my girlfriend Terumi was able to attend and enjoyed the fest too. I was
very happy and proud that her and my parents were there to see me get
the award. They put up with a lot from me during the making of the film
so it was good for them to be there to see me get some kind of reward
for my efforts and their suffering. So thanks again guys!

A big
shout out to my cast for the film all of whom were very popular with
the people at the fest who saw the film. There were a lot of action
fans at the festival very impressed by Philip and James' moves and a
lot of men who were impressed by Yennis!

Thanks as well to
everyone involved in the film. I couldn't have done it without them and
a large part of the win is down to their efforts. Especially thank you
to Jayson Li who was tireless in his promotion of the films win and to
Radwynn and Koko for their thanks.

I hope to be doing more
entries in the weeks to come and I hope to have more things to write
about too. In the meantime everyone take care and thanks for reading!

Seamus

 

http://www.alivenotdead.com/seamuswalsh/Somebody-to-Love-wins-Best-Short...

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About Yellow Fever Independent Film Festival

Clarke George
(Yellow Fever Productions)

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