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The Short Film Festival always presents new, unknown or unusual productions. This allows us to constantly monitor Festival-goers’ viewing habits, as well as offering them new perspectives.
The Festival is open to anyone who will dare to make a 15 minute film in 15 hours on the same day world wide, with an object and quote weaved into the film. The screening is on the 31st of May at the Chauvel Theatre in Oxford Street in Sydney.
The only annual festival of its kind,
the New York Sephardic Jewish Film Festival has become one of the largest
Sephardic Jewish film festivals in North America, attracting over 30,000 guests
to a major cultural event that calls New
York its home.
The 15th New York Sephardic Jewish Film Festival will take place March 10-16
at the Center for Jewish History, 15
West 16th Street, New York.
Presented by the American Sephardi Federation (ASF) in association with Yeshiva
University Museum (YUM), the slate of films includes five U.S. premieres and six New York premieres, as well as
critically acclaimed and award-winning films and classic feature films and
documentaries presented by filmmakers with differing global perspectives.
Ronit Elkabetz, acclaimed Sephardi actor/filmmaker, will be recognized with
ASF's Pomegranate Lifetime Achievement Award at the Opening Night Gala on March
16. Elkabetz has won three Ophir Awards (the Israeli equivalent of the Oscars),
the 2010 France Culture Award at the Cannes Film Festival, and a Lifetime
Achievement Award from the Israeli
This year's themes include a special focus on the Jews of Morocco as part of
ASF's year-long series, "2,000 Years of Jewish Life in Morocco: An Epic Journey." The
series is being presented under the High Patronage of His Majesty Mohammed VI,
King of Morocco, and made possible through the generous support of the Edmond
J. Safra Philanthropic Foundation.
The American Sephardi Federation is committed to exhibiting a select
international slate of feature films and documentaries specifically chosen for
their thought-provoking examination of the past and exploration of contemporary
Sephardic issues and identity.
A full listing of films and ticket information is available at sephardicfilmfest.org. All screenings
will take place at the Center for Jewish History (except where noted). Group
sales discounts are available (excluding the Opening and Closing night
receptions). Information about the American Sephardi Federation is available by
The Festival is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City
Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; and the
New York State Council on the Arts. Special thanks goes to the Brenner Family
Foundation, the Kumble Cultural Fund, and the Selz Family Cultural Fund for
their generous contributions in support of the program.
Further information about the
festival and ASF is available by contacting Lynne Winters at 212.294.8350 x.2
We exist to challenge and encourage emerging filmmakers of any or no faith. Worldwide, participants make their movies in 168 hours, based on the best-selling book of all time, the Bible. Jury includes Hollywood pros like X-Men producer Ralph Winter.
Bristol International Film Festival is the umbrella festival for Animated Encounters and
Brief Encounters. Now a leading UK gateway to the world’s
most prestigious short film and animation awards, the festival seeks to
promote the short form as a means to develop and progress the next generation
of filmmakers and animators. One
of the best-known showcases and meeting points for emerging talent, the festival also offers
a variety of eclectic activities that draws audiences from all ages and
2011 festival will be held between 16 – 20 November, at venues in and around
the Harbourside area of Bristol, UK.
Submissions for the 2011 festival are open between 4th
April and 30th June. For the best, up to date information please
sign up to the Encounters newsletter.
Visit our website for more info: www.encounters-festival.org.uk
“The Golden Beggar” a competition among local European television stations
and producers who come from widely varied backgrounds – they work independently,
or with local media outlets, or are young producers just starting out.
Festival annually brings a unique program premieres,
which you will not see elsewhere. Come and see the original films, which are
not in normal distribution.
Festival has three parts: non-competitive festival of films under the title
"Europe on the screen”, the competitive part “Golden Beggar” and supporting
events called “Essence of Kosice”. Also included are business meetings,
workshops, presentations, exhibitions, concerts and multimedia happenings. In
addition, the Festival, in cooperation with foreign partners, will introduce
new trends in media, e.g. media literacy projects or participatory projects in
2012. The Festival is also one of the flagship projects for the year 2013, when
the city of Košice becomes a European Capital of Culture.
18th International videofestival Bochum, for all videos up to 35 minutes length. Money-Awards in 6 different categories. There is also a VJ-Contest. We are looking for YOUR work now, visit us at www.videofestival.org!
18th International videofestival Bochum, for all videos up to 35 minutes length. Money-Awards in 6 different categories. We are looking for YOUR work now, visit us at www.videofestival.org!
Why Submit to Raindance?
Raindance is Britain's largest independent film festival. Situated right in the heart of London's West End, Raindance screens at the Apollo West End Cinema. Each year we select a jury of industry professionals who choose winners for the Raindance Festival Awards, which include: Best UK Feature, Best International Feature, Best Debut Feature and numerous other awards.
Please make sure you have attached sufficient postage. Incorrect postage will result in delay and possible return of your submission.
Raindance Film Festival
81 Berwick Street
London W1F 8TW
Please note these deadlines in your diary:
1 May 2010Early Deadline
1 June 2010Late Deadline
19 June 2010Final Deadline, Withoutabox Submissions Only