2011 marks the 60th anniversary of Melbourne’s premiere film event, the Melbourne International Film Festival. To celebrate we’re inviting all filmmakers – professional, amateur, semi-professional and other – to submit a short film and go into the running to win a prize never offered in the 60 year history of the event. The rules? Films can be shot in any form, must be no more than 6 minutes in length and feature or reference MIFF in some way.
The winning filmmaker will have his/her film screened with the professionals at the MIFF Short Awards, have the film and credits appear in the official MIFF program guide, be featured on MIFF’s brand new website, social network sites and YouTube Channel, receive an exclusive invitation to a host of MIFF red carpet premiere’s, industry events, after parties and screenings, a double pass to the prestigious MIFF Opening Night Gala, one night’s accommodation at the Sofitel Hotel and more.
To be in the running head to
http://miff.com.au/films/miff_60th_anniversary_short_film_competition_, check out the competition details and start filming.
The Rencontres Henri Langlois, International Film Schools Festival, will take place for its 34th edition from 25th November to 4th December of 2011, in Poitiers (France).
We invite you to register for Competition’ selection any film directed since the 1st of January 2010 by your students in cinema and/or audiovisual.
Please download the regulation
and the entry form
You can also find them and register online on our website
The deadline for receipt of completed applications is July 15th, 2011. For any information regarding the selection, please contact Camille by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: +33 (0)5 49 03 18 92.
IN THE PALACE Short Film Festival
25 000 Euro in classic investment gold bullions is the prize fund of the International Short Film Festival IN THE PALACE, Balchik. For the 9th consecutive year the festival will present current trends in world cinema by the challenging form of short films. Several weeks before the deadline for film submissions the number of applicants is increasing constantly. So far, the festival has attracted unprecedented interest from 105 countries on 6 continents.
There are four competition programmes in which an International Jury will distribute prize fund amounting to 25,000 euro in classic investment gold bullions produced by the Swiss refinery “Argor Heraeus”. In the main competition, divided into International and Bulgarian sections, are competing films not shown in Bulgaria. All films with Bulgarian premiere may participate in the competition programme for the prize of Balchik Municipality. There are also traditional for the festival competitions for TV films, commercial and music videos.
Deadline for submission of entry documents, together with preview film copies for selection for Bulgarian participants is April 15th, and for international participants – March 25th.
Last year we ran the festival for the first time.www.effm.org.au We had an outstanding turn-out, with films that sparked debate, inspired thought and empowered people to envision a better future. The festival will be running in mid-September this year, and we are now in the process of collecting films for this year’s screening. The festival will be running over 5 days, and in addition to a selection of international films, we would like to showcase some home-grown work from budding film-makers in Melbourne. We think it’s an excellent idea to encourage local film-makers to tackle the vast list of environmental issues our world faces, whether in the format of Documentary, Fiction or Animation. We would love to receive submissions from your students who are developing projects this year. The films do have a limit of 10 minutes, and will need to be ready by July. Films that are selected will be screened at the Kino in Melbourne, September.
Watch this space for more info