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15 Minutes Of Fame Film Festival & Workshop


This festival is designed to promote and encourage short films from across the USA. Each film must be 15 minutes or less. For more information, visit our website at

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15 Short Film Festival


The 15 Short Film Festival comes to Charlotte, North Carolina on August 10, 2007. 15 promotes the creativity of filmmakers who specialize in shorts. There will be jury awards as well as audience awards.Details can be found on

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15-minutes of Fame in Florida

The festival welcomes entries from all over the world, including Narratives, Documentaries, Music Videos, and Animation.  Please see our website for further information:  (Click here

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15/15 Film Festival


The Festival is open to anyone who will dare to make a 15 minute film in 15 hours on the same day world wide, with an object and quote weaved into the film. The screening is on the 31st of May at the Chauvel Theatre in Oxford Street in Sydney.

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15th goEast – Festival of Central and Eastern European Films

goEast – Festival of Central and Eastern European Films

Hosted by Deutsches Filminstitut, the goEast Film Festival turns 15!

On seven days, from the 22th until the 28th of April 2015, Central and Eastern European filmmaking will be presented in the state capital Wiesbaden. Against the background of socio-political, film aesthetic and theoretical debates there will be shown current trends, new positions and historic film rarities.

This year’s edition will be focusing on filmmaking in times of conflict and as a means of promoting peace and democratisation.


Through its programme, goEast represents its cultural mission: exceptional, unconventional and engaging films, that are still under-represented in regular cinemas, get to be viewed publicly. The high quality of the festival programme as well as the unique festival atmosphere enthuses international guests, representatives of the film industry and local audiences alike.



Deutsches Filminstitut – DIF
Schaumainkai 41
D- 60596 Frankfurt am Main

Festival HQ:
Friedrichstraße 32
65185 Wiesbaden
Telefon: +49 - 611-236 843 -0
Fax: +49 - 611-236 843 –49


168 Film Festival


We exist to challenge and encourage emerging filmmakers of any or no faith. Worldwide, participants make their movies in 168 hours, based on the best-selling book of all time, the Bible. Jury includes Hollywood pros like X-Men producer Ralph Winter.

16th Tbilisi International Film Festival

Tbilisi International Film Festival was first held in 2000 within a larger art festival framework, Gift which had numerous supporters and sponsors. Consequently, the festival at that time had interesting and diverse program. In 2002 the festival faced closure threat and a circle of friends and co-thinkers (Gaga Chkheidze, Nino Anjaparidze, Lasha Bakradze, Davit Bukhrikidze, Besik Danelia, Guga Kotetishvili, Gaga Lomidze and Giorgi Kajrishvili) decided to set up the Cinema Art Center, Prometheus to maintain it and run other projects too. In 2002 the Cinema Art Center, Prometheus organized the festival with its scarce financial resources. 

Ultimately, Prometheus succeeded in attracting attention of governmental agencies and in 2004 the Georgian National Film Centre provided it with financial support along with other private sponsors. A couple of years later the Ministry of Culture and Tbilisi Municipality joined the track.

Main aims of the festival are to introduce Georgian public with new works of high artistic value made in Georgia proper and worldwide, inform it about new trends in the world cinema and support development of Georgian cinema industry. Meetings of professionals in cinema community, workshops, master classes, retrospectives and other industrial events organized within the festival's frameworks give motivation to young cinematographers and encourage them to develop talent and artistic vision. We strive to turn the festival into a gathering place for filmmakers, producers, sales agents and distributors in South Caucasus. The festival has gained more significance throughout its history on worldwide scale. Number of the filmmakers willing to participate in the festival in any way is increasing year after year.

The most exciting part of the Tbilisi International Film Festival is the International competition in which 10 - 12 directorial debut or second full length feature films by European directors participate. Since the Festival takes place in December it gives us an advantage of selecting films that have already gained popularity at different festivals in other parts of the world.

There are two official prizes for the categories: Best Film (Gold Prometheus) and Best Director (Silver Prometheus). In addition to the golden and the silver Prometheus we also have the non-official prizes for instance the Parajanov Award, for Outstanding poetic vision. Different organizations are also encouraged to fund the event with various prizes. 

Over the period of twelve years the festival has hosted more than 500 film directors, producers, actors, film experts, documentalists. During these years, TIFF was privileged to host honorable International filmmakers such as Bob Rafelson (USA), Vanessa Redgrave (UK), Leos Carax (France), Greta Scacchi (UK), Mike Leigh (UK), Krzysztof Zanussi (Poland), Mika Kaurismaki (Finland), Franco Nero (Italy), Bruno Dumont (France), Hugh Hudson (USA), Maryam D'Abo (USA), Jafar Panahi (Iran), Franc Roddam (UK), Sergey Solovyov (Rissia), Yesim Ustaoglu (Turkey), Helma Sanders-Brahms (Germany), Joe Wright (UK), Jim Stark (USA) and others; as well as Georgian filmmakers and actors working abroad: Otar Iosseliani, Mikheil Kobakhidze, Irakli Kvirikadze, Nana Jorjadze, Nino Kirtadze, Mikheil Kalatozishvili, Dito Tsintsadze, Merab Ninidze and others.

18th International Videofestival Bochum


18th International videofestival Bochum, for all videos up to 35 minutes length. Money-Awards in 6 different categories. We are looking for YOUR work now, visit us at!

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19th cellu l'art Short Film Festival Jena

Every April, cellu l’art Short Film Festival presents international short films in Jena, Central Germany. This young and vibrant university city comes alive with screenings and events revolving around shorts from all genres: fiction, animation, documentary and experimental. Films from all over the world compete in the international competition while an annual country focus programme allows the viewers to get to know the (short film) culture of a specific country. In 2017, cellu l’art presented stories from Iran, delving into propaganda, underground cinema and official fiction films. The programme for the upcoming edition focuses on Scotland. Special interests can be satisfied in programmes for horror films, queer films and more.

cellu l’art started out as a project by media science students in 1999 and has since grown rapidly and dynamically, becoming more diverse and more international while still retaining a loveable, friendly ambience. Traditionally, the festival begins with an open air event with live music and short films. The award ceremony on Saturday has become the highlight of the festival week. The handing out of the awards by the professional jury and the youth jury is accompanied by the screening of the awarded films.

Volksbad (a former public bath house turned cultural venue) has been the main spot of the festival for a few years now and makes for a special atmosphere for cinematic adventures.