Go Short 3


The third edition of Go Short – International Short Film Festival Nijmegen takes place from 16 until 20 March 2011 and is now open for submissions!

European short films up to 40 minutes are eligible for competition.


  • The deadline for entry is 17 September 2010 (for films completed between between 1 September 2009 and 31 December 2009)
  • The deadline for entry is 1 December 2010 (for films completed after 1 January 2010), but the earlier the better! For more detailed information see our regulations.

Films shorter than 10 minutes and made in 2010 can also be entered for our Online Competition. And that’s not all, this year we introduce the Cinepoem Competition, organised in collaboration with Wintertuin and European Foundation Joris Ivens.

To enter your film for the European Competition send the filled out entry form to entry[at]goshort.nl and send two preview dvd’s to:

Go Short
attn. Program Department
PO Box 1449
6501 BK Nijmegen
The Netherlands

Student Competition: Breaking Shorts

The European Student competition Breaking Shorts will be selected by Breaking Ground – European Film Student Platform . European short student films up to 40 minutes made after 1 March 2009 are eligible for competition. The deadlines for entry are as mentioned above.

To enter your film for the student competition please fill in the online entry form and send two preview dvd’s to:

Breaking Ground
attn. Breaking Shorts
Jansveld 39B
3512 BE Utrecht
The Netherlands

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