The Shore Scripts Short Film Fund offers an opportunity for emerging screenwriters and filmmakers to have their short film financed and produced.
Documentaries of all lengths are accepted. All submitted films should have been released after January 1st 2018
Owners of screening rights may submit short films until 15 March 2020
Submissions for the 39th Uppsala Short Film Festival. International short films can be submitted to the International Competition or the Children’s Film ...
Entry deadline for Feature films: March 27, 2020.Entry deadline for Short and medium length films: March 13, 2020.
With her latest short “The Wedding Cake”, Monica Mazzitelli won the international short film competition at the RVK feminist Film Festival, which kicked off in January this year.
Eydís Eir Brynju-Björnsdóttir studied directing and script writing at the Icelandic Film School, and has gathered experience in the film production. With her debut short film Islandia, a very personal take on her own traumatic experience, she steered controversy in her home country by openly addressing the sensitive topic of rape…
Every war is different, but all wars are somehow alike. That paradox is rarely a primary topic, but can be read between the lines of a multitude of war-themed documentaries that usually follow the same pattern.
Just like a good meal starts with an appetizer, a good sexual intercourse starts with a foreplay. The food tastes more and more intense during the main course, and the tactile component intensifies during the intercourse itself.
of the most memorable titles from the Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival’s international competition is a one-man experimental documentary Sodom & Gomorrah, produced by the London-based visual production collective 33BOUND.
You might think to know what an igloo is until you’ve seen the short psycho-thriller I’ll End Up In Jail by the Canadian director Alexandre Dostie, freshly screened at the Sundance Film Festival and currently showing in Clermont-Ferrand.
It takes more than a plain interest in experimental films to go to see Rihaction, a debut feature-length film by the British film critic, curator and programmer Neil Young.