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DC Shorts Film Festival and Screenplay Competition

DC Shorts champions short filmmaking.

Through a series of regularly scheduled educational programs, screening opportunities, sharing resources via online tools, partnering with film, arts and business organizations, and our annual DC Shorts Film Festival, DC Shorts provides opportunities for filmmakers of every skill level to explore and learn their craft — while entertaining and expanding the horizons of audience members.

Founded in 2003, the DC Shorts Film Festival was created by DC-based filmmaker, Jon Gann, in response to the dozens of festivals he attended the previous year with his award-winning film, Cyberslut. Frustrated that many festivals were focused on money and sponsors and not films and filmmakers, he decided to start his own event, focusing on the form he loves — shorts.

In 2006, the DC Film Alliance, a non-profit arts organization, was created to present the DC Shorts Film Festival, and offer other programs and resources for Washington, D.C.-based filmmakers. The Alliance helped to bridge the gap between other area film organizations, foster a community for regional film festival directors, and sponsored monthly Salons to educate filmmakers of all levels.


 

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Director: Ashley Fairfield.
Zeke is an eighteen year old Sudanese refugee living with his parents and younger brother in a small housing commission flat. He has lost one of his younger brothers to the fighting which engulfed his country and his whole family struggles with their loss as well as their new life. Zeke feels like his violent past is determining his future but finds hope for the future through the power of music.

THE COLLEGIUM Forum & Television Program, Presenting Gary Wiggins

A COMPLEXION CHANGE International, Intercultural Diplomacy Fountainhead Tanz Theatre presents THE COLLEGIUM Forum & Television Program, Berlin Germany. A Tribute to Michael Jackson presenting Detroit Gary Wiggins &  Distinguished Musicians

I'm Sorry LOVE

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here is the first blog about the completion of my 1st short film which i started screening all around edinburgh and send to festival all around the world i ll keep this space posted with any results and selection in the year coming. you can watch the trailer here http://www.vimeo.com/7644135   Short synopsis A young couple comes to terms with the choices they have made which have driven them apart. This semi-documentary explores in a poetic form one man’s ...

My Credo - Henri Seroka

Director: Marek Marian Jakubiec.

Dirty Step Upstage

Director: Amber Moelter.
SupaNova yearns for fame and fortune. Tommy claims he can get it for her. Brad covertly follows the pair of them. And Amber is filming everything. Against the glamorous background of Cannes, a young singer's attempt to carve out stardom descends into a maze of anger and violence. Catching everything on camera, Amber looks on as scores are settled and events spin dangerously out of control. But the drama unfolding before the lens will change her in ways she can't imagine.

A COMPLEXION CHANGE - International & Intercultural Diplomacy

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FOUNTAINHEAD® TANZ THEATRE e LETTER, Berlin/Germany November 2009 www.fountainhead-tanz-theatre.de www.blackinternationalcinema.de www.black-international-cinema.com Please send replies to / Bitte senden Sie Antworten an bicdance@aol.com ******************************************************* CALL FOR ENTRIES http://www.black-international-cinema.com/BIC10/bic_10.htm XXV. Black Internatio...

SENE Film Festival

 

Now in its 9th year, the Southeast New England Film, Music & Arts Festival has established itself as one of the premier festivals in New England dedicated to giving life to independent cinema, music and art.

Join us for 5 days of independent films from across the country and around the world, live music, art exhibits, panels and parties. Meet filmmakers from all over the world, local artists and musicians all in one dynamic festival.

Held in Providence, RI, just an hour from Boston and three hours from New York City, the Festival attracts young and enthusiastic audiences from the prestigious places of learning that are all in close proximity, including Brown University, the Rhode Island School of Design and Johnson & Wales University.

The Festival welcomes submissions from the United States and around the world, of varied forms and genres, including narrative, documentary, animation, experimental, music videos, drama, comedy, thrillers, film noir, sci-fi, horror and LGBT films.

SENE organizers are dedicated to providing a filmmaker-friendly fest experience with participating filmmakers receiving a VIP pass to all screenings, parties and events. Filmmakers are always introduced at their screenings and have plenty of Q&A time following.

Renderyard Short Film Festival

 Renderyard Short Film Festival we are pleased to announce we are now accepting films that are between 1 min and 12 min in length for the festival. Submit your film to this years festival to be in with a chance of winning prizes worth $1000.

Submit Your Films to www.renderyard.com

Porto7 - Oporto International Short-Film Festival

 “Porto7” – Oporto’s International Short-Film Festival, is an event that will take place from 13th to 17th June 2012 in Portugal.

Porto7 is a Festival dedicated to Short-Films. Its target is to promote the production and exhibition of short-films and to act as an intermediary among cultures and nationalities that participate in the Festival.
It’s a cultural event open to producers, directors, students, enthusiastic and people that enjoy the 7th art.
This Festival it’s an exchanging place between artists, directors, audiovisual business companies and audience where different promotional activities will take place. (Films screening, Parties, Ceremonies, Parties, Music bands, Products presentations, etc.).

Call for entries

Entry free

Entry deadline: 15/03/2012

Festival E-mail: festival@porto7.com
Website: www.porto7.com

Oporto – Portugal

La Boca Del Lobo International Short Film Festival

To show and to promote the most interesting, avant-garde and hazardous movies from the international and independent cinema, transforming madrilean nights into a cross cultural place.

 

To attract and create new amateurs of this kind of production with an alternative offer, by generating new place for showing. These are the main objectives of this festival.


First to organize a film festival in a music club and to promote it with a new project - the touring festival - La Boca del Lobo suggests a different model of competition, by organizing itself in small places to make connections between audience and producers easier.


The aim, since its first edition in 1997, is to explore new ways in the seventh art from a different perspective, valiant; blended with the other art: music.
Workshops, forum, exhibitions and concerts are part of the festival program.


A festival escaping from the main stream ghetto.
A festival made in a cave.
A bet against who thinks: ”madrilean movida is dead!”
A project coming from the dark night, shining by itself, that pays a tribute to creators of our age.

 

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