Short film submissions are invited for screenings at the Barbican‘s Framed Festival. Films must be under 10 minutes and must link to one of the following themes: ‘Imagine’, ‘Insight’, ‘Slice of Life’ or ‘Taboo’. For ages 16-25: Full details.
An opportunity to programme and review films for Barbican film festivals and monthly events. For ages 16-24. Apply by 2nd August. Also, our Documentary Showcase, judged by Polly Nash, is open to submissions from filmmakers aged 16-30 until 1 August.
Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival and Baltic Film and Media School of Tallinn University are calling for entries for Student & Short Film Festival Sleepwalkers (19 – 23 November 2013). The deadline for submitting entries is 15th September 2013, and the festival is billed as “.the only international short film festival IN THE WORLD that gathers a film lover, a filmmaker, an industry professional and a film student under the common denominator – a sleepwalker. We call a filmmaker whose short film story runs its course in a dream pace a sleepwalker. Once a year, our mission is to mark these four sleepwalkers, whose vision brings praise and glory to the short film kind. They are our ambassadors!” Continue reading →
Applications are now open for this year’s Pixel Market! Part of the 7th Cross-Media Forum (15-18 October). The Pixel Market is the only finance market dedicated to getting cross-media projects off the ground.Get your applications in by Friday 26 July, 18:00 BST!
30 projects in total will be selected. The criteria are simple:
Projects must be at an advanced stage of development
Projects can be any genre, including hybrid
Stories must use more than one platform – any platform – to engage audiences Continue reading →
The School of Media is hosting four special events in June as part of the Lincoln Film Festival, celebrating the Lincoln Film Society’s 60th anniversary. All screenings will be at the LPAC, starting at 6.30pm.
Tuesday 4 June: The Cinematic “Canon” – screening of Hitchcock’s ‘Vertigo’, introduced by Professor Brian Winston. Continue reading →
Some very good news–LSM will offer up to 3 selected student film-makers up to £100 towards travel costs for those who wish to enter their films for theInternational Student Film Festival. Entries are due the end of May, so you should decide as soon as possible! If you need any more support or help, do not hesitate to contact your tutors or LSM Visiting Prof. Nick Gray who was a member of the festival jury last year. firstname.lastname@example.orgContinue reading →
For anyone with any short films they wish to submit to a competition, the Berwick Short Film Festival is now accepting entries on the theme of North by Northeast — emphasising the (beautiful) city’s links with Northern Europe and the North Sea.
From Janice Kearns: The deadline for submissions to the 13th International Student Film Festival is fast approaching and getting work screened at an international festival is a really good way to showcase your talent – and you might win a prize! The festival will take place in Pizek in the Czech Republic on October.
From Philip Jones, Kinema in the Woods, updating our previous post:
On Saturday 11th May, we’re showing two feature length films – SAVING THE TITANIC at 12pm (telling the story of the team of shipbuilders and engineers who attempted to save the stricken vessel.) Continue reading →
From the festival organisers: “Lincoln Inspired was ‘born’ in March 2012 when a group of like-minded souls who had worked on arts events in and around the city got together in a pub on the Brayford and shared their visions for a great new festival. Well this is it then. We’re ready to launch. We’ve created a festival, a full programme, one that has something for everyone!” Download the programme from the Festval website.