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Moinho Cine Fest

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Moinho Cine Fest is an international film festival for micro and films with prizes and screening fees.

The length of the nano film is until to 01:00 (mm:ss) and the micro film is until to 05:00 (mm:ss)

It's organized by ANARTEM - Associação Cultural and directed by André Almeida Rodrigues, a Portuguese filmmaker.

The 4th edition of the festival will take place in April 2022 in Custóias, Leça do Balio and Guifões, Matosinhos, Portugal.

GOALS

• Be a showcase of the panorama of world film production in 2020 and 2021.

• Promoting itself as a meeting point for “all world cinema”.

• Paid to filmmakers to screening their films in competition.

Prize summary: 
Win up to 200 EUR + screening fee to all films in competition
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 AWARDS

• Best Film: 200 EUR + Trophy + Certificate

• Best Nano Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Mobile Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Portuguese Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Portuguese Nano Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Portuguese Mobile Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Local Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Animation: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Documentary: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Experimental Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Fiction: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Music Video: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Dance Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Fashion Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Honorable Mentions – Jury decision (if applicable)

SCREENING FEES

• 0.05 EUR per second without credits to films in competition

Deadline: 
12/31/2021

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Fee Detail: 
July 2 EUR August: 3 EUR September: 4 EUR October: 5 EUR November: 6 EUR December: 7EUR
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International Portrait FIlm Festival Open Call 2021

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IPFF is on the path towards its second edition in 2021. Once again, we will celebrate short portrait cinema, independent filmmaking and art which explores, educates and transforms.

A portrait is an image heavy with meaning. Multilayered and multifaceted, it has a visual, psychological, material, emotional and spiritual dimension.

Unravelled in art, the painted, the literary, the photographic portrait is often perceived by the human mind as a still frozen in time. But, in fact, it has already undergone a transformation. From its true origin, through the consciousness that revives the brush, the quill and the lens, to the semblance that begins its life on the canvas and on the page. Imitation and repetition, but with endless potential for future metamorphoses.

The film portrait, too, is captured in time. It is not motionless - literally and metaphorically. The cinematographic portrait is a soul in the form of light encountering the canvas of the white screen. The portrait is a trace. And a sign. A secret. A reverie.

FOCUS

The portrait is the focus of the films that will be screened at IPFF. We are looking for portrait films that have already been completed, as well as such that will be created with the concrete idea of 'portrait'. Of a person. A group of people. An object. Something invisible, but substantial. Of the self. Or of something else.

AIM

IPFF aspires to bring together artists and viewers who sincerely long for enrichment with art, intellectual discussion and an experience of cinema through a new prism - that of the portrait film.

CHARACTER

IPFF is a hybrid event and platform. A symbiosis of intriguing live encounters and memorable virtual experiences. The interweaving of portrait cinema from around the world and debates, lectures and masterclasses.

SPIRIT

IPFF is for those profoundly needing art and excitement. And for the ones in search of their catharsis. For the unafraid to stare at the screen even when it is empty. For those hungry for experimental viewpoints. For those forever in love with cinema, caught in its loop.

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IPFF welcomes a wide spectre of films and filmmakers: students, professionals, from low budget to big-scale productions, alternative and independent films by individuals and by collectives or institutions.

Prizes Details: 

The awarded films in each category are determined by an international jury of professionals with impressive accomplishments in their respected fields: film practitioners, academics, film critics, culturologists, authors, journalists. Presenting their different points of view, they distinguish the best films among the Official Selection of the festival (read more on the IPFF website).

IPFF will award the best portrait creations with:

The grand prize IPFF 2021
- A trip to the IPFF festival days in Sofia in 2021
- specially made copper statuette
- digital laurels ‘Maya Award IPFF 2021’

Award for the most wonderful portrait creation in each category
- specially made copper statuette
- digital laurels ‘International Portrait Film Festival - Most Wonderful Film Award’

Audience Award - a favourite film chosen by the IPFF viewers
- specially made copper statuette
- digital laurels ‘International Portrait Film Festival - Audience Award’

IPFF also presents a special award for a Film Dedication about the contribution of a person or about a cause aiming towards a brighter and better world.
- specially made copper statuette
- digital laurels ‘International Portrait Film Festival - Film Dedication Award’

Digital laurels ‘International Portrait Film Festival - Official Selection’ for all selected films.

IPFF Virtual Library is a project we begin in 2021 - offering the opportunity for visibility of the work of each applying artist. Every author who submits a film and is interested in this offer can showcase their film with a trailer in the virtual library of IPFF, based in YouTube. In this way, the applicant artists will have another visible platform within the Internet space. The virtual library will be free and accessible to representatives of the film industry, film communities, researchers, cultural organizations, viewers.

Deadline: 
09/17/2021

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Fee Detail: 
13-15 USD
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Call for Submissions - Open City Documentary Festival 2019

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Open City Documentary Festival creates an open space to nurture and champion the art of creative documentary and non-fiction filmmakers, and over 4,000 people attended last year's festival to enjoy some of the very best in contemporary and international documentary. Submit your film or project now for your chance to be a part of London's documentary festival.

Submissions for Open City Documentary Festival 2019 are now open. We're looking for the most exciting and innovative non-fiction storytelling in short, mid-length and feature length documentaries, short audio documentaries, as well as cross-platform projects.

Prizes are awarded in three categories:

Open City Award 
Best Emerging International Filmmaker Award 
Best UK Short Award

Winners of the feature prizes are awarded a £750 cash prize, with the Best UK Short Award winner receiving mentorship and financial support for festival travel from the British Council..

Deadline: 
12/21/2018

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