share on facebook share on twitter share on Redit

53 International Short Film Festival Oberhausen

http://www.neme.org/blog/53-international-short-film-festival-oberhausen

Oberhausen will take place from 3 to 8 May, 2007. Oberhausen is one of the major international crossroads for the short form, unique in the range of forms and genres it presents to the public, and particularly well known for its spotlight on experimentation. Oberhausen attracts both cinema operators and gallery owners, artists and distributors, filmmakers and festival representatives, curators and video clip directors.

The festival is now calling for submissions to its 2007 competitions.

Submissions are possible to the following competitions:

International Competition

  • open to film and video formats with a maximum length of 35 minutes
  • awards totalling 24,000 EUR

German Competition

  • open to film and video formats with a maximum length of 45 minutes
  • awards totalling 7,500 EUR

Children’s and Youth Film Competition

  • format and length as for International and German Competitions
  • awards totalling 2,000 EUR (conferred by two juries of children and young people)

The MuVi Award for the best German music video
has its own set of regulations and entry form.
More information: muvi at kurzfilmtage.de

Deadline for submissions: 15 January 2007 (postmark)
No entry fee
Preview formats: VHS, S-VHS, DVD

All submissions must be accompanied by a properly filled-in entry form. Entry forms are available as pdf-file downloads or upon request from the Festival: info[at]kurzfilmtage.de.

Films and videos can also be submitted online through the international submission platform.

 
 
 
 
back to top
 

We value your privacy

To make sure that this website remains accessible in the European Union, we are forced to include this annoying notice so as to inform you that this website, like most of the websites in the world, works best with cookies. We do not profile you or use the data for any commercial purposes except to study ways to enhance user experience in ours sites. We hope that you are happy with that, and that you will help us continue this research by accepting our cookies but, unlike with other websites, surfing our site in privacy is still possible should you decide not to. You can find out more about our use of cookies by reading our privacy policy.