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Encounters Call for Submission - NEW DEADLINE 8 JUNE

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ENCOUNTERS SHORT FILM AND ANIMATION FESTIVAL (18 – 23 SEPTEMBER) CALL FOR ENTRIES 2012 - NEW DEADLINE 8 JUNE The Encounters team couldn't help getting a little distracted by the Jubilee bank holiday celebrations which took place in the UK during the last few days. As we wouldn't want anyone to miss out, we've decided to give a few extra days for you to submit your films to us. You can now submit until 5pm on Friday 8 June.   Why Submit? Encounters is one of the bes...

Call for Submissions 2012 - NEW DEADLINE 8 JUNE

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ENCOUNTERS SHORT FILM AND ANIMATION FESTIVAL (18 – 23 SEPTEMBER) CALL FOR ENTRIES 2012 - NEW DEADLINE 8 JUNE The Encounters team couldn't help getting a little distracted by the Jubilee bank holiday celebrations which took place in the UK during the last few days. As we wouldn't want anyone to miss out, we've decided to give a few extra days for you to submit your films to us. You can now submit until 5pm on Friday 8 June.   Why Submit? Encounters is one of the bes...

ENCOUNTERS CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

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ENCOUNTERS SHORT FILM AND ANIMATION FESTIVAL (18 – 23 SEPTEMBER) CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 2012     Calling all filmmakers and animators from across the world, submissions are now open for the Encounters 18th Short Film and Animation Festival in Bristol UK. Submit your short film or animation by Wednesday 6th June, for a chance to win a prestigious award and an opportunity to showcase your talent on an international stage.  ‘The cinematic Trojan horse…smugg...

Encounters International Film Festival

WEDNESDAY 16 – SUNDAY 20 NOVEMBER17TH ENCOUNTERS BRISTOL INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

The big thinking short film festival (The Guardian)

Bristol’s big celebration of short film returns this November, showcasing the best animation and live action talent from around the world. This year the five day festival will feature special programmes from Bristol to Brazil; a series of focused symposiums on future ideas and future trends with industry specialists; an animation profile with Studio AKA, the creators behind the Loyds TSB campaigns; 3D and RED Camera workshops plus much more. With free events and stellar guests including Francine Stock, presenter of Radio Four’s The Film Programme presented by The Festival of Ideas, there’s something for everyone this year at Encounters Film Festival. The full festival programme, delegate registration and online ticket sales will be available from 4 October. For more information visit www.encounters-festival.org.uk. Find us on Facebook and Twitter @EncountersSFF #ENC2011

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL:

Encounters Bristol International Film Festival is the umbrella festival for Animated Encounters and Brief Encounters which together presents one of the world’s best-known showcases and meeting points for new and established international short and animation film talent. Encounters is the longest running competitive short film festival in the country, and is now the leading UK gateway to the world’s most prestigious short film awards including Academy Awards®, BAFTAs, Cartoon d’Or and the European Film Awards. Encounters seeks to promote the importance of short film as a means to develop and progress the next generation of UK film and animation talent. The 2011 festival takes place in Bristol, UK, between 16 – 20 November. The festival is funded by the BFI, Bristol City Council and South West Screen.Encounters Festivals Ltd operates as an independent company and is a registered charity.

TICKETS:

General Prices (unless otherwise stated). Tickets will be available on sale from 4 October 2011.Screenings before 16:00 £5/£4 conc.Screenings after 16:00 £7/5.50 conc.Panels & Masterclasses £6/5 conc.Delegate Passes are also available from www.encounters-festival.org.uk

VENUES:

To book tickets in person, or by phone, contact the venue:Brief Encounters: Watershed, 1 Canons Road, Bristol, BS1 5TX. Tel: 0117 929 7501Animated Encounters: Arnolfini, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA. Tel: 0117 917 2300. All venues are fully accessible.

LAST FEW DAYS TO SUBMIT TO ENCOUNTERS

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ENCOUNTERSBRISTOL INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL(16 – 20 NOVEMBER)DEADLINE 30 JUNEPowered by Vast BlueThere are onlya few days left to submit your short film or animation to the 17th EncountersBristol International Film Festival (16-20 November).Submit by 30thJune for a chance to win over 10,000UKP worth of prizes, or a prestigious shortfilm award nomination (Academy Awards®, European Film Awards, BAFTAs, CartoonD'Or). The festivalis offering heavy reductions for multiple submissions, please con...

4 WEEKS LEFT TO SUBMIT TO ENCOUNTERS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2011

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ENCOUNTERS BRISTOL INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (16 – 20 NOVEMBER)4 WEEKS LEFT TO SUBMIT (DEADLINE 30 JUNE)Powered by Vast Blue There are only 4 weeks left to submit to the 17th Encounters Bristol International Film Festival (16 – 20 November). Encounters is now the leading UK gateway to the world’s most prestigious short film and animation awards, including the BAFTAs, Cartoon D’Or, European Film Awards, and Oscars®. Submit your short film or animation by Thursday 30th June, for an op...

Call for Submissions 2011: ENCOUNTERS BRISTOL INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

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ENCOUNTERS BRISTOL INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 2011 Powered by Vast Blue   Celebrating its 17th year, Encounters Bristol International Film Festival is now the leading UK gateway to the world’s most prestigious short film and animation awards including the Academy Awards®, the BAFTAs, the European Film Awards and the Cartoon d’Or. One of the best-known showcases and meeting points for emerging talent, the festival seeks to promote the short ...

1st Zipangu Film Festival - Japanese Film is Coming to Town!

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 London’s premiere festival devoted to Japanese cinema announces its much anticipated  first ever programme. During the sold‐out Japanese Halloween Shlockfest Double Bill of RoboGeisha and Big Tits Zombie 3D at London’s Barbican Centre on October 29th, festival director Jasper Sharp will be announcing the full lineup of the inaugural Zipangu Fest, to be held at various venues across the East End of London from November 23rd to 28th.Zipangu Fest begins on Tuesday November 23rd wi...

ENCOUNTERS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 2010 – EARLY BIRD DEADLINE

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  ENCOUNTERS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 2010 – EARLY BIRD DEADLINE Powered by Yousendit   This is just a gentle reminder that Encounters International Film Festival’s Early bird submission prices end on Monday 31st May.  After this date the cost of DVD entries will rise from £20 to £25.   However, we are still offering filmmakers the opportunity to submit their films digitally to us for the reduced price o...

DepicT! 2004 :about shorts

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DepicT! 2004, the short film competition which challenges budding filmmakers from around the world to make their own micro-movie of under 90 seconds, is now inviting entries for this year's competition.DepicT! offers the chance to win a cash prize of £3000, have films promoted online, published on a DVD, and screened at Brief Encounters 10th Bristol International Short Film Festival, taking place fromWednesday 17 - Sunday 21 November 2004."Winning the competition was fantastic as was the respon...

Portuguese performing artists in the UK awards

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Visiting Arts and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation are delighted to announce the winners of the second year of Awards which support the creation of new work by Portuguese performing artists in the UK.This year will see two new collaborations, between Arnolfini (Bristol) and Bomba Suicida, and Frakture (Liverpool) and Carlos "Zingaro".The ProjectsArnolfini and Bomba Suicida will create 'Bristol Pieces' during a three week residency in August/September 2004. The project will include presentations of...
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