We are happy to inform you that the call for the competition section at Szczecin European Film Festival '17 is now open. We would appreciate your help in distributing this information among your recipients. We are waiting for documentary films, short features, music videos, video arts, reportages, animated films which are going to be presented in four competition categories:
EUROPEAN COMPETITION FOR DOCMENTARY FILMS
Its main purpose is to present premiere productions which broaden the concept of documentary cinema and break its stereotypical image.
Submission deadline: 16/06/2017 Presentation date: 19-23/10/2017 Films may be submitted via:
FilmFreeway: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/SzczecinEuropeanFilmFestival-304326FilmFestivalLife: http://www.filmfestivallife.com/Szczecin-European-Film-Festivalwww SEFF: http://europeanfilmfestival.szczecin.pl/en/form2017
An international competition for films shot with a mobile phone or another “hand-held” device registering vision and sound. The film's theme and execution technique are free - documentary, feature, reportage, animated and video art films are all allowed.
Submission deadline:8/05/2017 Presentation date: 23-25/06/2017 Films may be submitted via:
FilmFreeway: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/SzczecinEuropeanFilmFestivalTELEFONARTFilmFestivalLife: http://www.filmfestivallife.com/Szczecin-European-Film-Festivalwww SEFF: http://europeanfilmfestival.szczecin.pl/en/429/telefon_art_17
A world competition for short musical film forms – so-called clips. We are looking for productions that break away from generic standards and whose visuals play an equally important role as the music accompanying it.
Submission deadline: 8/05/2017 Presentation date: 23-25/06/2017 Films may be submitted via:
FilmFreeway: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/SzczecinEuropeanFilmFestivalPOPSEFFFilmFestivalLife: http://www.filmfestivallife.com/Szczecin-European-Film-Festivalwww SEFF: http://europeanfilmfestival.szczecin.pl/en/493/pop_seff_17
The seventh edition of a competition presenting the newest and most interesting film productions by authors associated with the West Pomeranian Voivodeship.
Submission deadline: 8/05/2017 Presentation date: 23-25/06/2017 Films may be submitted via:www SEFF: http://europeanfilmfestival.szczecin.pl/en/428/west_pomerania_shorts_17
The competition section of SEFF discovers and presents the most interesting and newest artists’ proposals from all over the world. Last year, a record number of 2570 productions from 88 countries were submitted to the European Competition for documentary films (including co-productions), and over 1130 productions from 83 countries to the TELEFON ART competition.
In addition to the competition sections, the festival offers a rich accompanying programme, including i.a. Crossing the Boundaries – a point of the programme by Tomasz Raczek, dedicated to the future of film genre boundaries; Let's Talk Film – meetings with cinema stars; "The Best Films In The World" – a presentation of the newest and most renowned documentary productions; SEFF Film Forum - a meeting of the international film circle.
SEFFis an annual film event, organised by the OFFicyna Association, which investigates the boundaries of cinema and whose main mission is creative exploration. The festival programme is carried out in partnership with an international network of organisers and presented in Szczecin as well as in towns on both sides of the Polish-German border.
Szczecin European Film Festival '1723-25.06.2017 / 19-23.10.2017 Polandhttp://europeanfilmfestival.szczecin.pl https://www.facebook.com/FilmFestivalSzczecin
FNE has teamed up with FIPRESCI critics attending the Berlinale to rate the films in the Main Competition, Panorama and Forum giving the films 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 stars. 5 is the best and 1 is the worst. The ratings give an overview of critics opinions from a large number of countries and provide insights to what critics in many different countries think about the programme.
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