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KinofilmEuropean Short Film Festival – MANCHESTER (APRIL 2010)

 

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Due tologistical arrangements, Kino would like to announce the dates of the KINOFILM2010 Festival have changed to the 28th April – 2nd May 2010. Please note thischanges in your festival diaries.

 

CALL FORENTRIES NEWS: the late deadline to KINOFILM is due to close on 31st October(forms can be downloaded through the festival web site www.kinofilm.org.uk).ALSO, due to the above changes in the Festival dates, filmmakers now have theopportunity to submit films through a special WithaoutBox deadline until 30thNovember. Please note that films can only be submitted through WithoutaBox tothis deadline. The fee is £25 but WAB members can claim a £5 discount throughWAB.

 

To use WABplease go direct to the Kinofilm submissions page https://www.withoutabox.com/login/8339

 

Pleasenote, that due to the changes in the festival, the notification date of whetheryour film is accepted or not has now changed to 31st January 2010.

 

You candownload the submissions form, data protection form, rules and regulations fromthe main Kinofilm web festival http:/www.kinofilm.org.uk,or email info@kinofilm.org.uk

 


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Kinofilm, Manchester International Short Film Festival

Festival
Festival presentation: 

Kinofilm showcases the best of short films from around the world on both film and video, hi/low/no budget shorts, underground cinema,also seminars, forums, networking events and industry events.Competitive festival.

Festival Nickname: 
KINOFILM
Edition: 
11
Festival Logo: 
Theme: 
European Films
Category/Format: 
Fiction Features
Short films
Festival Info
Price info: 
£3.50 - £5.00 (Festival Passes available tba)
Opening hours: 
various
Last attendance: 
5000
Number of journalists: 
30
Next Festival Dates: 
03/28/2010 - 04/02/2010
Is the Festival open to the public ?: 
Yes
Does the Festival have a market?: 
No
Does the Festival have a competition ?: 
Yes
Festival Submission
Film submission fee: 
Payment
Film submission amount: 
£25, £5 discount available for WAB members. Please read details above or contact info@kinofilm.org.uk for me
Submission accepted on Fest21.com: 
Yes
Film call for entry start day: 
07/01/2009
Film call for entry deadline: 
11/30/2009
Festival Contact
Festival Director Name: 
John Wojowski
Festival Director E-mail: 
Festival Press Contact Name: 
Bex Tennenhaus
Festival Press Contact Email: 
Festival Commercial Contact Name: 
John Wojowski
Festival Commercial Contact Email: 
E-mail for Webmaster: 

KINOFILM, Manchester International Short Film Festival.

Kinofilm is now inviting the call for entries to its new European Short Film Festival in 2010.

The 11th edition of the Festival will take place in Manchester from March 28th - April 2nd, as a European Short Film Festival and invites submissions from all over Europe including former Eastern Europe and Baltic States.

Though the 2010 festival focuses on Europe there will be a limited number of entries considered from non-European countries for award-winning films or for those of outstanding merit, for a special International showcase.

Kinofilm has a unique reputation for showcasing the best short films from around the world, whilst being renowned for seeking out diverse, challenging and groundbreaking new film. The festival maintains a high standard with many European & International award-winning shorts featuring in the Festival whilst including special programmes in low/no budget shorts, students shorts and underground cinema, giving new and emerging filmmakers the opportunity to have their work screened alongside that or critically acclaimed, established short filmmakers.

Main categories include short drama, animation, experimental, digital shorts, Documentary, Romantic Tales, Cinema Extreme, Comedy, Horror, Fantasy & Sci-fi, Erotica, music Videos, Lesbian & Gay, Polish Cinema, and Bluefire (Kino's Black and Asian section).

Main categories include short drama, animation, experimental, digital shorts, Documentary, Romantic Tales, Cinema Extreme, Comedy, Horror, Fantasy & Sci-fi, Erotica, music videos, Lesbian & Gay, Polish Cinema, and Bluefire (Kino's Black and Asian section), however, the Festival welcomes shorts of any type and genre. The festival will also feature a youth and community led film event and welcomes submissions from those working with youth based organisations.

The festival also features a varied education and professional development programme with seminars, forums, master classes, workshops and networking events. The festival will be competitive with awards in 6 categories. 

Sidebar -New Features.
New for the 2010 festival is a sidebar of debut features from UK and European filmmakers that have recently made the transition from short film to feature or from those directors that have moved into features from other art forms. We are looking for no more that 5 films so competition will be tough. There will be a series of events involving the selected filmmakers exploring the routes of transition..

Submissions Requirements
CALL FOR ENTRIES NEWS: the late deadline to KINOFILM is due to close on 31st October (forms can be downloaded through the festival web site www.kinofilm.org.uk). ALSO, due to the above changes in the Festival dates, filmmakers now have the opportunity to submit films through a special WithaoutBox deadline until 30th November. Please note that films can only be submitted through WithoutaBox to this deadline. The fee is £25 but WAB members can claim a £5 discount through WAB. 

Submissions are open from 1st July closing on 30th November. To submit a Film please email the Festival for the festival rules, regulations and procedures and application form: info@kinofilm.org.uk

Kinofilm 11th edition, European Short Film Festival, Manchester, March 28th - April 2nd 2010
Official Website: http://www.kinofilm.org.uk
Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/MIFFKINO
http://www.myspace.com/kinofilm
Twitter http://www.twitter.com/kinofilm

Festival Organization
Name: 
KINOFILM
Address: 
56 Epping Street
fest adr2: 
Hulme
City: 
Manchester
Zip code: 
M15 6LF
Country: 
United Kingdom
Telephone: 
07958 423240

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