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Bradford UNESCO City of Film | Call-out for Bradford Small World Film Festival on the theme ‘My City’

Call-out to Galway City of Film & Ceantar Scannán Filmmakers!

Our good friends in Bradford City of Film in Bradford, England are running a call-out for films for their upcoming Small World Film Festival which takes place in June 2017.

The theme of the Festival is “My City” and films are welcomed from each of the other 7 Cities of Film which includes Galway!

Filmmakers are asked to submit a short film about their city (i.e. Galway), meeting the following instructions:

  • The short films should not exceed a maximum of 6-minute length;
  • All entries must be carry English subtitles and be suitable for a family audience;
  • All genres are accepted to portray your city: animation, documentary, fantasy, sci-fi drama, and so on;
  • Initial entries will be accepted by YouTube link, Vimeo link or by FTP file transfer, to the following email address bradford.unesco@gmail.com
  • All entries must be clearly marked “MY CITY” and the name of the Creative City in the subject of the message.

All short films which meet the criteria will be played out on the Bradford Big Screen located in the heart of the City Park throughout the month of June 2017.

The winning five films will be selected by Bradford’s panel jury made up of members of the public and will be screened at the UNESCO Creative Cities Network 11th Annual Meeting to be held in Enghien-les-Bains, France, from 29 June to 2 July 2017.

The deadline for submission of entries is 31 March 2017.

See also: http://bradford-city-of-film.com/

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