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Open Call for Artists / Braziers International Film Festival

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Submissions Open!
BIFF invites artists filmmakers to submit their moving image work to our 2022 festival.
Deadlines: Oct 31, 2021 (early bird), January 30, 2022 (regular), March 31, 2022 (late)
Festival event date: Sept 2 – 4, 2022

Running over three days, Braziers International Film Festival (BIFF) features a diverse and dynamic programme of international films, screened in a unique and historical setting, The programmes include documentary, animation, fiction, expanded cinema and contemporary artists' film & video.

Selected by a team of artist-filmmakers, and run as a not-for-profit collective, the festival takes place on the Braziers Park estate, home to the annual Supernormal Festival. Films are projected to audiences in a cinema-style environment, with screenings, workshops and special events taking place inside a large, historic 17th century barn adapted for public performances, in addition to the Gothic manor house and custom-built outdoor structures. With both 16mm and digital video projections, each programme screening is followed by group discussion and Q&A with attending film-makers, who are invited to Braziers. The festival also features workshops and special focus programmes

Deadline: 
10/31/2021

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$9
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Peekskill Film Festival

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The Peekskill Film Festival is proud to announce that submissions for 2021 are now open. We are in early preparations to bring a wonderful festival to our community with live screenings, outdoor parties and new interactive elements to engage our audience.

Let’s make our 6th year anniversary amazing, safe and healthy.

See you at the movies.

Christopher Fox
Carol Bash
John Morgan
Jennifer Brown

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Founded in 2015, the Peekskill Film Festival (PFF) screens a first-rate mix of features, shorts, documentaries, and animation. In addition to screening the best and brightest in indie film, the PFF hosts workshops with Emmy-Award winning artists and filmmakers, parties, panel discussions, and an entire day dedicated to student film -- all centered in the historic Hudson Valley Paramount Theater, a beautifully restored, 1,100 seat, 1930’s jewel located in the heart of Peekskill’s arts and restaurant district.

Come for a single movie, a day, or the whole weekend. We welcome you to Peekskill, our diverse and glorious Hudson River city, a thriving arts community just under an hour from NYC.

The PFF is pleased to showcase NY filmmakers in our "New York State of Mind" block on Saturday, where all films featured are proudly made in the Empire State.

Diverse voices from the world over are welcome. We especially encourage underrepresented voices, films, and subjects including women, POC, and the LGBTQ+ community.

A portion of proceeds and all sponsorships benefit the cultural programming of The Field Library. The PFF and its filmmakers strive to provide scholarship and and filmmaking opportunities for underprivileged filmmakers.

OUR CREDO: Through informative workshops, and networking opportunities, The PFF will facilitate educational and career-oriented programming for students of film and filmmakers. The festival hopes to introduce, involve and immerse youth from underserved communities to a world where they, too, can contribute and create.

Our Purpose:
Give up and coming filmmakers, writers, actors and producers a chance for their work to be shown in a festival setting,
Provide exposure to award- winning films and performers who reflect the diversity of the city of Peekskill,
Promote film literacy through workshops and lectures, providing participants a chance to see important, overlooked, and often excluded works of film.
Start dialogues. Create. Network!

Festival Specifics:
Tickets: $15. Discounted weekend passes available
For up-to-date information, visit peekskillfilmfestival.org

Rules & Terms

The PFF does not require premiere screening rights; we also take no responsibility for stipulations of your distribution agreements or copyrights for prior television, film, internet or festival showings.

Legally, clearance for copyrighted material included in your film must be obtained before public screening. The PFF does not check for, nor take responsibility for the inclusion of uncleared materials in film submissions or selections. Filmmakers are responsible for securing festival clearance rights for music, stock footage or any other material, to avoid potential rights infringements.

In most cases we accept digital submissions ONLY. However, we are happy to return your films with a self- addressed, stamped envelope with the appropriate postage. The PFF is in no way liable, nor responsible, for the return of your film.

Prizes Details: 

Awards & Prizes

Awards ceremony will take place at our legendary afterparty on Saturday, July 27th!
Awards include:
Best Feature
Best Short
Best Documentary
Best Student
Best Animation
Best Director
Best Cinematography
NY State of Mind Award
Best of Fest
Audience Favorite

Deadline: 
06/04/2021

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The 17th Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival: Call for Entries

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Submissions for the 17th Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival (BFMAF) are now open.

The festival is looking for moving image works that disregard boundaries set by genre, form, convention and expectation. Feature, medium and short-length films are all welcome. For full details and to enter your work click here

About the Festival
The 17th edition of Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival will take place from the 9-12 of September 2021.
Presenting an artistically ambitious programme of new cinema and artists’ moving image. BFMAF is a platform for emerging and established artists and filmmakers, BFMAF is inspired by its surroundings to push boundaries and explore the unexplored.

Named by FilmFreeway and Moviemaker magazine as one of the 25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World, BFMAF’s premiere online edition took place over the course of three weeks last autumn. Alongside on-demand access to 53 titles (including world premieres, retrospective titles and works-in-progress), the Festival hosted in depth conversations with artists and filmmakers as well as music events and other special presentations. Pre-recorded podcasts and commissioned essays completed the extended online edition.

Entry guidelines
Please ensure your work meets the following criteria before entering:

  • Completed after 1st January 2020 (or not previously presented or screened at a film festival)
  • No previous or scheduled UK film festival screenings prior to October 2021
  • Feature films must not have been theatrically released in the UK before October 2021
  • All works in a language other than English must be subtitled in English
  • Eligible entries must have no previous or scheduled UK film festival screenings prior to October 2021.

Key dates/fees

  • £15 Early Bird: Friday 12 February
  • £20 Regular: Friday 26 March
  • £25 Late: Friday 16 April
  • Selection status: 9th August

For full details including entry guidelines and FAQ’s go to bfmaf.org/call-for-entries

If you have any questions contact us at programme@bfmaf.org.

We look forward to seeing your work!

Prize summary: 
2x £1000 cash prizes
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New Cinema Competition

Selected submissions for this year’s edition will compete in the New Cinema Competition strand. Encompassing the festival’s view of the most distinctive works of new cinema being made around the world today. find out more about the competition here.

All single screen films of any length are eligible for the 2021 New Cinema Competition. There will be two Berwick New Cinema cash awards of £1000. All selected filmmakers will receive a £400 fee

Past winners:

2020, All selected filmmakers shared the award.

Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme, Maria Anastassiou, Yu Araki, Mariana Caló & Francisco Queimadela, Luis Lopez Carrasco, Rhea Dillon, Jessica Dunn Rovinelli, Mouaad el Salem, Maria Clara Escobar, Elise Florenty & Marcel Türkowsky, Luke Fowler, Sky Hopinka, Nelson Makengo, Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese, Phạm Ngọc Lân, Stefan Ramirez Perez and Lisa Spilliaert.

2019, Onyeka Igwe, the names have changed, including my own and truths have been altered, UK,

2018, Callum Hill, Crowtrap, UK, 2018

2017, Sky Hopinka, Dislocation Blues, US, 2017

2016, Camilo Restrepo, Cilaos, France, 2015

Past Jury members include:

Callum Hill (filmmaker); Hyun Jin Cho (programmer, London Film Festival)), Julian Ross (programmer, International Film Festival Rotterdam), Sky Hopinka (filmmaker), Sonali Joshi (film producer and distributor, Day for Night), Gail Pickering (artist), Camilo Restrepo (filmmaker). Amal Khalaf (DIrector of Programmes, Cubitt), Joanna Raczyńska (film programmer, National Gallery of Art, USA), Shama Khanna (curator, Flatness), Rehna Zaman (filmmaker), Sebastian Buerkner (filmmaker), Beatrice Gibson (filmmaker), Salomé Lamas (filmmaker) and Fatos Üstek (curator).

Deadline: 
03/26/2021

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Fee Detail: 
£15/£20/£25
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REAKTOR International Film Festival

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With its third edition REAKTOR will be presenting films from all over the world. Four days of screenings will display hidden jewels, rebels without a cause, monstrous abysses, heartbreaking beauty. International film makers will share their contemporary favourites complementing the jury’s selection from the submissions.

Prizes Details: 

Awards & Prizes

Three awards honour filmmakers in fundamental elements of film - script, cut and direction.
Awardees will get the opportunity to reach the Austrian public through media cooperations and REAKTOR's own vod-platform. Expanses for accomondation during the festival will be covered for awardees by REAKTOR.

Deadline: 
06/30/2020

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Early bird: 30 $, Standard: 35 $
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Peekskill Film Festival

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Founded in 2015, the Peekskill Film Festival (PFF) screens a first-rate mix of features, shorts, documentaries, and animation. In addition to screening the best and brightest in indie film, the PFF hosts workshops with Emmy-Award winning artists and filmmakers, parties, panel discussions, and an entire day dedicated to student film -- all centered in the historic Hudson Valley Paramount Theater, a beautifully restored, 1,100 seat, 1930’s jewel located in the heart of Peekskill’s arts and restaurant district.

Come for a single movie, a day, or the whole weekend. We welcome you to Peekskill, our diverse and glorious Hudson River city, a thriving arts community just under an hour from NYC.

The PFF is pleased to showcase NY filmmakers in our "New York State of Mind" block on Saturday, where all films featured are proudly made in the Empire State.

Diverse voices from the world over are welcome. We especially encourage underrepresented voices, films, and subjects including women, POC, and the LGBTQ+ community.

A portion of proceeds and all sponsorships benefit the cultural programming of The Field Library. The PFF and its filmmakers strive to provide scholarship and and filmmaking opportunities for underprivileged filmmakers.

OUR CREDO: Through informative workshops, and networking opportunities, The PFF will facilitate educational and career-oriented programming for students of film and filmmakers. The festival hopes to introduce, involve and immerse youth from underserved communities to a world where they, too, can contribute and create.

Our Purpose: 
Give up and coming filmmakers, writers, actors and producers a chance for their work to be shown in a festival setting, 
Provide exposure to award- winning films and performers who reflect the diversity of the city of Peekskill, 
Promote film literacy through workshops and lectures, providing participants a chance to see important, overlooked, and often excluded works of film. 
Start dialogues. Create. Network!

Festival Specifics: 
Tickets: $15. Discounted weekend passes available 
For up-to-date information, visit peekskillfilmfestival.org 

Awards & Prizes

Awards ceremony will take place at our legendary afterparty on Saturday, July 27th! 
Awards include: 
Best Feature 
Best Short 
Best Documentary 
Best Student 
Best Animation 
Best Director 
Best Cinematography 
NY State of Mind Award 
Best of Fest 
Audience Favorite

Rules & Terms

The PFF does not require premiere screening rights; we also take no responsibility for stipulations of your distribution agreements or copyrights for prior television, film, internet or festival showings.

Legally, clearance for copyrighted material included in your film must be obtained before public screening. The PFF does not check for, nor take responsibility for the inclusion of uncleared materials in film submissions or selections. Filmmakers are responsible for securing festival clearance rights for music, stock footage or any other material, to avoid potential rights infringements.

In most cases we accept digital submissions ONLY. However, wee are happy to return your films with a self- addressed, stamped envelope with the appropriate postage. The PFF is in no way liable, nor responsible, for the return of your film.

Deadline: 
06/09/2019

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
Regular $20; Student $15
Contact & Links: 

EQUINALE - Horsefilm,Art Festival

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The Equinale® is an international film festival for horse films and films, which horses play an important roll.

Entertainment films (films for adults and children), documentaries, advertisements and educational films are going to be shown. 

The Equinale Horse Art Contest is an ideal way to gain valuable exposure for your artwork, increase your confidence, and exhibit your talent to a wider audience.  

 

The competition is open to visual artists from around the world at any stage in their career. Artists are invited to submit in any of the following mediums: painting, sculpture, drawing, printing, mixed media, and print. Art submitted to the competition will be reviewed by a panel of expert jurors .

The highlight of this event is the giving of awards to the films in the various categories.

The films are going to be awarded by a mixed jury. The jury is composed of horse thrilled people out of the riding scene.

 

 

Location 

 

In the heartland of horsemanship, Germany, this event takes place in the castle Neuhoff/Bibow in northwest Mecklenburg.

The location is in the “garden of the metropolis” Hamburg and Berlin.
It is easily reachable over the motorway and with public means of transport

Further interesting  areas are the state capital Schwerin and the hanseatic cities Wismar, Rostock and Lübeck.

Mecklenburg and Schleswig Holstein, which borders Mecklenburg, are known as THE horse states in Germany.

The castle Neuhoff has been always connected to horses.

From the first owners the von Plessen to the von Basewitz, who had designed and built their own baroque riding park until the beginning of the 19th century, up to the baron von Langen.

Carl Friedrich von Langen, the first German Olympic champion (1928), was excerpted from this family. After his death, he was buried together with his horse on the premises of the castle.

Deadline: 
06/30/2019

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Fee Detail: 
15 - 25 €
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