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The internationally renowned MVFF offers a high-profile, non-competitive environment perfect for celebrating the best of independent and world cinema. MVFF accepts short and feature length films in the following categories: Narrative, Documentary, Experimental, Animation, Children's Film and Youth-produced.
If South by Southwest is a single hipster in skinny jeans toting a Pabst Blue Ribbon, Austin City Limits (ACL) is that same hipster in a few years; married, in relaxed-fit jeans, with a kid or two—and still probably toting that PBR. Born out of the PBS concert series of the same name, this is a festival for serious music fans
Utilising the excellent venues of both Cineworld cinemas in Aberdeen, the festival promises to provide nine days of diverse and entertaining films from around the globe. For the first time, the world famous “48 Hour Film Project” will take place in Aberdeen, running from the 26th to the 28th of September 2014. Over just two days, we challenge you to produce a short masterpiece. More details will be released in the coming months, but if you have any further queries, you can reach us through email, Facebook or Twitter. We look forward to hearing from you.
17th Annual FirstGlance Film Fest Philadelphia, dedicated to exhibiting quality independent films from all around the world. FirstGlance is open to professional, first time, graduate and undergraduate filmmakers from across the globe, and is also known for being community driven and supportive by always accepting films "Shot in Philly" or with Philadelphia roots. FirstGlance offers state of the art venues (7.1 surround sound and 3D capability) and Video-on-Demand distribution for feature films, shorts, student films, animation, music videos, web pilots & 3D films. What began in 1996 at a small theater company screening hard to find indie films for moviegoers in Philadelphia, FirstGlance Film Fest has grown into two festivals (its Los Angeles event is held in the spring), thousands of attendees and 30-40 screenings at each location. Over the past several years, FirstGlance has seen a respectable 94% distribution rate on feature films that have screened at its festivals. 48 feature films received distribution and over 30 were exhibited in limited release in theaters. FirstGlance awards over $50,000 USD in prizes and giveaways for "Best of the Fest" winners, Short Online Contest Winners and Online Followers with social media giveaways. Prizes include filmmaking software and gear from companies like Sony, Movie Magic, Red Giant, Glidecam and more. All Official Selections receive All-Access passes and complimentary tickets to their screening.
12th Annual shnit International Short Film Festival, a transnational cultural event that lights up the planet with truly exceptional short films. As ambitious as it is unforgettable, shnit simultaneously unfolds in eight cities on five continents, bringing together around 40,000 film fans in ways rarely experienced elsewhere on the festival circuit. During 12 days, shnit showcases more than 200 short films of all genres and styles, not seldom triggering festival careers that can go as far as an Academy Award. Fueled by the strong intention to to facilitate the international exchange of great ideas and stories, shnit hosts "Playgrounds" in Bangkok, Berne, Buenos Aires, Cairo, Cape Town, Kyoto and San José, all of which happen at the same time. Just as impressive, the festival awards its best and brightest talents with $100,000 USD in cash prizes. Since shnit is a truly global experience, the festival culminates with the international awards ceremony shnit finale in New York. In an exclusive ambiance alongside invited guests, the winners are bestowed with the award The Flaming Faun. Exclusively focused on the art of the short film, shnit provides a remarkable international platform for great films that attracts award winning short filmmakers from across the globe. Last year's festival welcomed entries from 141 countries, offering a staggering panoramic view of global cinematic talent. Success at shnit is an achievement - and an unforgettable experience for even the most seasoned festival participant.