Film Festivals

If you have a film festival students can enter their films in please post the details here

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Planet01 said...

I'd like to invite Melbourne University Summer School students to submit their films to PLANET01.tv

PLANET01.tv is an exploded group network of filmmakers, animators, video artists, VJ's, and people with something to show you, bringing you their piece of the action from around the world. So far contributions are coming from London, Amsterdam, Prague, Wellington and Sydney, and we're aiming to have video from just about everywhere in the world.

Basically PLANET01 was set up in order to bring people's video and film work to a greater audience than we could access individually. It's been going officially since the 1st of Jan 2006, and already we've had an awesome response, and many UK and European video makers have already jumped on. I am an Aussie living and working in post production in London, and I want to bring the most diverse range of material to PLANET01 subscribers through many different avenues.


Planet01 will not try to own your material, or sell it or anything. The feed is set up as a free service to promote your work to a larger audience, and I'll very happily publish links, pictures and text beside every entry. We have a policy in place whereby if in the future we do start to make any advertising revenue from the feed, each artist will get 60% of their revenue(but this is a little way off yet). You are invited to brand your work as you see fit- PLANET01 is just the push broadcast medium, and all contributors will be identified fully. It's a great way of getting traffic to your website.

Build yourself an international audience, be seen by the planet, and be a part of a network of filmmakers @ www.PLANET01.tv

Coming soon- submissions from Tokyo and South Africa..

got a film to Submit? Interested? Email: contribute@planet01.tv

Ben Baker
Editor.

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summerfilmschool said...

Slow Food Victoria is running a short film competition for A Taste of Slow which is our major annual festival. Basically we are seeking short
films (under 15 mins with a special prize for “Soft Boiled Egg” prize for best 3 min film) that play or explore Slow Food issues (food traditions, politics, ethics, environment, taste/pleasure, cooking – anything that offers a unique perspective on food).

More information and conditions of entry are available at www.slowshorts.com.

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summerfilmschool said...

Make a Film Make a Difference

The Transport Accident Commission's Make a Film Make a Difference competition is on again. MAFMAD is calling for ideas for a short film that'll make your mates think twice before taking risks on the road.

So, if you're 25 or under and have a creative idea for a short film that will make a difference, then check out the brief. You can view previous winning films and hear what MAFMAD mentors and judges have to say about what makes a winning entry.

To find out more

Alyssa said...

Hello Filmmakers from Melbourne University Summer School!

The Over The Fence Comedy Film Festival is looking for new applications!
Have a look at www.overthefence.com.au and maybe you can share your short comedy film with the rest of the world!

summerfilmschool said...

Festival Film Merveilleux 30 JUNE and 1, 2 JULY 2011, theatre douze, Paris FRANCE ( 2nd Edition )

CALL FOR ENTRIES ( FESTIVAL 2011 )

The themes of the Film festival are magic, the imaginary, the marvelous, the supernatural, the occult, the strange, the esoteric, poetry, the fantastic, science fiction and myths, legends, comics, manga, video game, dreams…

- International short-movies competition
- Features documentaries short movies off Competition

entrie form : http://talulah.wifeo.com/documents/entrieformmerveilleux2011.pdf

rules and regulations : http://talulah.wifeo.com/documents/Rules-regulations-merveilleux2011.pdf

website : http://festival-film-merveilleux.com/

Contact : festivalfilmmerveilleux@gmail.com

summerfilmschool said...

18th ANNUAL AUSTIN FILM FESTIVAL SCREENPLAY & TELEPLAY COMPETITION FINAL DEADLINE APPROACHING JUNE 1!

As one of the most industry recognized contests of its kind, AFF’s Screenplay and Teleplay competitions continue to encourage and advocate the work for new, talented writers.

Screenplay Categories
Drama
Comedy
Latitude Productions Award*
Dark Hero Studios Sci-Fi Award*
*To be considered for these awards your script must be entered in the Drama or Comedy Categories

Teleplay Categories
Sitcom Spec
One-Hour Spec
Sitcom Pilot
One-Hour Pilot

For more information including the current list of confirmed industry judges, please visit our website at www.austinfilmfestival.com

Submit by June 1! Don’t wait!

summerfilmschool said...

The final deadline for the Austin Film Festival Screenplay and Teleplay Competition is quickly approaching on June 1.

Matt Dy
Screenplay / Teleplay Competition Director
Austin Film Festival
1801 Salina St.
Austin, TX 78702
512-478-4795 | 512-478-6205 (fax)
matt@austinfilmfestival.com
www.AustinFilmFestival.com
SAVE THE DATE!
18th Annual Austin Film Festival
October 20 - 27, 2011

Anonymous said...

Commonwealth Broadcasting Association in the UK is looking for content.

The content will be showcased on a website called YourWorldView, a new online initiative we are launching very soon.

For more details: http://worldview.cba.org.uk/?page_id=11

Monsterplay said...

THE BELT – an extreme Film Festival is for Action & Adventure sports Films

THE BELT provides film makers the opportunity to get their film screened at THE BELT Film Festival and broadcast on FUEL TV.

There is over $20,000 in cash and prizes to be won with the winner of Overall Best Film secure a $5,000 contract to produce an action/adventure segment for FUEL TV with one of their Producers mentoring you!

For more information please go to www.thebeltfilmfestival.com.au