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BIFF open to filmmakers around the world in all film genres.
Mission: 1)acknowledge emerging independent filmmakers by selecting films for big screen and 2)provide scholarship to attend national recognized filmmaking workshop
BYFF open to filmmakers under 18 all film genres.
Mission: 1)acnowledge young and emerging independent filmmakers by selecting films for big screen and 2)provide scholarship to attend national recognized filmmaking workshop
The Ten Second film festival is a new concept in entertainment that utilises the latest technologies to bring short films into the largest growing media forum on the planet.
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Scientific Film Festival in Szolnok (21-25 September 2011) provides forum for
such distinct films which can somehow, in some way be connected to science: are
about some scientific result or work, or in their action, language and
presentation give place to science.
The Method Fest is the only major U.S. fest focusing on breakout acting performances. Acting& filmmaking seminars, youth education programs. Past films: The Waitress, Man in the Chair, Dreamland, The Visit, Brothers.
The International Short & Independent Film Festival began twenty years back, in 1988. This is an unique film festival in South Asia arranged every two years by Bangladesh Short Film Forum, an organization of independent film-makers and cine-activists.
The International Short & Independent Film Festival is an unique film festival in South Asia arranged every two years by Bangladesh Short Film Forum, an organization of independent film-makers and cine-activists.
11th bfm International Film Festival, 6th – 10th November 2009
The bfm International Film festival, - the leading and longest running platform for Black World Cinema in the UK - takes place 6th – 10th November 2009 at the BFI Southbank, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Rich Mix and Shortwave Cinema.
The festival will feature narratives, documentaries and short films from the UK, Africa, the Caribbean, the US, Canada and Europe, and open open with the European premiere of Chris Rock’s film Good Hair and close with the much anticipated Shorts Awards.
Filmmakers featured as part of the festival programme include Nelson George, Menelik Shabazz, Frances Anne Solomon, Tunde Kulani, Djibril Diop Mambety.
For the first time, the bfm International Film Festival, in association with the Legacy Media Institute will offer a US based scholarship to a UK filmmaker.
In addition to film screenings there will be seminars hosted by the UK Film Council, Skillset and Channel Four.
In the run up to the festival, a special FREE Black History Month showcase will also take place every Tuesday throughout October. This will feature the Great Africans series with Wole Soyinka, Nelson Mandela and Wanguri Mathai.
To find out more information about the festival and view trailer clips of some of the films featured, please visit the official website at www.bfmmedia.com/festival