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FINAL 2 WEEKS TO SUBMIT TO DANCESCREEN 2016

Calling for dance related short film, feature film, fiction, animation, documentary, music videos and experimental work. Deadline 31st January 2016. Full information at http://www.dancescreen.com All competing films stand the chance to win the following awards: Best Film including a £1000 cash prize Best Student Film including a £500 cash prize and the Award for Technical … Continue reading

INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL LEUVEN OPENS 30 NOV

The 19th edition of the International Short Film Festival Leuven  will take place from November 30 to December 7, 2013 in the beautiful city of Leuven, close to Brussels, Belgium. The festival programme consists of more than 120 screenings in 5 venues. The programme contains live-action films, animated shorts, music videos, short films for children and non-narrative shorts. Every … Continue reading

AESTHETICA SHORT FILM FESTIVAL (ASFF)

AESTHETICA IS OPEN! See their full programme here: http://issuu.com/aesthetica_magazine An established and dynamic player on the UK film festival circuit, the Aesthetica Short Film Festival (ASFF) is a celebration of independent film from across the world, and an outlet for championing and supporting short filmmaking. Spanning all genres including drama, documentary, animation, comedy, music video, thriller, … Continue reading

IT STARTED WITH A SHORT… CUTIE AND THE BOXER OPENS IN UK CINEMAS

When you set out to make a short you’re on the path to refining your filmmaking skills and learning a lot about ‘the craft’ but sometimes  you might end up with a little more than you first imagined. Dana Knight explores one such case… Zachary Heinzerling’s Sundance documentary hit, CUTIE AND THE BOXER, is a … Continue reading

FEEDING FIVE HUNDRED @ ENCOUNTERS FILM FESTIVAL

CAT LOVERS WILL LOVE IT BUT ITS SO MUCH BIGGER THAN THAT Feeding 500 is a 20 minute documentary in Arabic with English subtitles and has been directed by a 25 year old Emirati from Abu Dhabi, called Rafed Alharthi.  It is the evocative story about one man’s passion, determination and struggle to feed 500 stray cats each day – which … Continue reading

FILMMAKER BETWEEN 16 & 25? ENTER THE BFI FUTURE FILM FESTIVAL!

The BFI and Ideas Tap are inviting short film submissions from filmmakers aged 16-25 to be considered for inclusion in the 6th Future Film Festival in February 2013. Selected films may also be given additional screenings at the BFI Southbank during the festival – and filmmakers could even be nominated for a Future Film Award. … Continue reading

5 BROKEN CAMERAS SAT 20 OCT @ ICA (LONDON)

★★★★★ ‘A hugely powerful, moving study…The year’s best home movie’ Total Film 5 BROKEN CAMERAS Dir. Emad Burnat/Guy Davidi, Occupied Palestinian Territory/Israel/France/Netherlands, 2011, 94 mins At the birth of his son Gabreel, Emad Burnat is given his first movie camera and begins recording both Gabreel’s childhood and the conflict growing around them. Filmed from the perspective of … Continue reading

TELEVISION FACTUAL FESTIVAL 2012

Now in its seventh year, The Televisual Factual Festival is the leading forum for business information and debate for factual television filmmakers, business executives and project leaders. If you work in the business of factual television you can’t miss it! Factual commissioners from the terrestrial channels as well as international and digital channel commissioners will reveal … Continue reading

NYC CINEMATOGRAPHY WORKSHOP SATURDAY 13th OCTOBER

Join StudentFilmmakers.com in New York City Saturday 13th October for their cinematography workshop in Manhattan, New York City: Documentary, Interviews and Hand-Held Shooting with Peter Stein, ASC. This exciting Continuing Education Workshop and Networking Event is for all Filmmakers, Videographers, and Storytellers filming in all formats. So whether you’re shooting on Alexa or RED, or on … Continue reading

CAMBRIDGE FILM FESTIVAL FINAL DAYS

It’s the final weekend of the Cambridge Film Festival, and at Soho Shorts, we want to wish good luck to everyone who’s had their short film screened over the past 9 days. This year, the shorts were grouped into several thematic categories: To Accommodate,  To Be in the Present, To be a Man, To Belong, To … Continue reading

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