Hosted by the University of North Carolina Wilmington, Visions is the only peer-reviewed, student-led, undergraduate joint film festival and conference. This unique pairing offers the opportunity for both emerging filmmakers and scholars to showcase their work in a diverse, scholarly environment. Visions is designed, managed, programmed, produced, and presented by undergraduate students for undergraduate students. We are especially excited for this year’s virtual festival and conference, as we’ve reimagined our festival to deliver the experiences through the screen of your choice. The festival will take place March 24-28, 2021.
All film and paper submissions must have been completed between January 2019 and January 2021 by undergraduate students to be considered. No works-in-progress will be accepted. Submission related inquiries should be directed to Samuel Farance at VisionsFFCProgramming@gmail.com.
· Early Submission Deadline: December 7th, 2020
· Regular Film Submission Deadline: January 4th, 2021
· Paper Abstract Submission Deadline: January 4th, 2021 *DEADLINE EXTENDED*
· Late Film Submission Deadline: January 25th, 2021
· All submitted films must go through FilmFreeway: https://filmfreeway.com/Visions10FilmFestivalConference
· Information about the filmmaker must be provided via this Google Form: https://forms.gle/3AT3pHsTnqw44t8v7
· All Abstracts must be submitted through this Google Form: https://forms.gle/446Sg3j6Q9Rz53Q88
OFF is an alternative film festival, born with passion and creativity in 1975. OFF supports and celebrates the short film genre, and works to support Danish and International film culture. We are open for submission for the next edition of our international short film festival which will take place August 30 – September 5, 2021. We accept films of any genre with a maximum duration of 30 minutes, and which finished production in 2020 or 2021. Applications are due March 15, 2021. Details here. We were able to hold our 2020 festival both in real life in Odense and online at our streaming platform. No matter what happens with Covid-19 restrictions, the festival will happen – and we have the knowledge and means to make it great in 2021 both online and offline.
About: The Directors Guild of America Student Film Awards for African-American, Asian-American, Latino, and Women Directors are designed to honor, encourage, and bring attention to outstanding minority and women directors in DGA selected film schools in the Eastern and Western regions. The awards bring prizes of $2,500 to the winners in each category and $1,000 to Jury Award winners, in both regions. Awards ceremonies will be held at DGA headquarters in Los Angeles and New York on dates to be determined.
Entry Deadline: All submissions must be submitted by Friday, October 6, 2017.
Entries are open for the 6th edition of the BAFTA Qualifying Aesthetica Short Film Festival, one of the UK’s leading short film festivals and most exciting cinematic events. ASFF supports emerging filmmakers and presents many opportunities for industry engagement.
ASFF also offers a great residential trip for students, presenting 25 masterclasses with leading film organisations such as Vimeo, Association of Camera Operators (Gravity, James Bond), Domino Publishing and many more. The festival provides a fantastic platform for filmmakers looking to reach a wider, international audience and connect with leading industry figures.
ASFF 2016 Prizes:
- Screenings at BAFTA Qualifying ASFF 2016
- Awards: Festival Winner, People’s Choice and Category Winners
- Eligibility to enter the EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA)
- Editorial in Aesthetica Magazine and promotion via Aesthetica’s online channels (readership 284,000)
Running times up to 30 minutes. All genres accepted. Deadline 31 May 2016. Entry fee is £20 plus VAT. Visit www.asff.co.uk/submit
2015 ASFF Film Festival
About: “BAFTA Qualifying ASFF 2015 is now open for entries. We are looking for filmmakers who are driving the genre of short film forward through inspirational and innovative works. Whether you are an established or emerging practitioner, we want to hear from you.”
Location: York, UK (November 5-8, 2015)
Years Running: 4
Student Category: None
Length Restrictions: Under 30 minutes
Deadline: May 31, 2015
Short (pun intended) and sweet here. There aren’t many opportunities to see short films in the theater so you should take advantage of the 2012 Oscar Nominated Short Films that are coming to Merrill’s Roxy in Burlington next week. The Animated, Live Action, and Documentary screenings begin tomorrow and will play through Thursday, March 1st.
LIVE ACTION shorts will play at 4:55 & 8:20
ANIMATION shorts will play at 1:10 & 6:55
DOCUMENTARY shorts will play at 2:35
Pay and Stay! Purchase a ticket to any of the three Oscar Nominated Short Films and stay to watch any of the other Oscar shorts that play afterward.
Submit your work to the Vimeo Awards! Submissions are due by February 20th and there are many categories to choose from so pick one and take a chance with some of your work.
Here’s a link to the rules:
The Film and Media Culture Department is proud to announce that two of our students and one faculty member will be screening films at the Vermont International Film Festival this weekend.
How The Cold Creeps by Brad Becker-Parton will be screening on Saturday, October 22nd at 8:30pm.
3rd of Life by Daniel Houghton will also be screening on Saturday, October 22nd at 8:30pm.
The Gun Show by Andrew Ackerman will be screening on Sunday, October 23rd at 7:00pm. Continue reading