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One World 2010

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The 12th One World Human Rights International Documentary Film Festival

Submission rules:

  1. The festival accepts both short and feature length documentary films, as well as short animation films with human-rights themes. Only films completed last two years can by considered for the competitive program.
  2. Only submissions containing both completed on-line entry form and preview DVD will be accepted. If you have problems with submitting your film on-line, please inform us at program@oneworld.cz.

Submission guidelines:

  • One World is open to filmmakers from all over the world. In selecting films, organizers will concentrate equally on both artistic merit and human rights content.
  • The festival accepts documentary films of all lengths and also short animated films (up to 30 min).
  • Films and videos may be submitted for the international competition by filmmakers, producers, distributors or legal entities.
  • Only documentary films and video programs not entered in previous One World festivals and produced in last two years will be considered for the competition.
  • Participation in other festivals does not preclude participation in One World.
  • Preview DVD will be kept in the Festival archives.

Event dates: 10th to 18th March 2010

Contact

One World
People in Need
Sokolska 18
120 00 Prague 2
Czech Republic
phone: +420 226 200 435 – 6
fax: +420 226 200 401

 
 
 
 
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