Thank you so much for submitting your films for InShort Film Festival 2015!
We are very happy to announce that InShort Film Festival will travel this year to Poland. For this occasion we have teamed up with The Laznia Centre of Contemporary Art and on 4th September in Gdansk, Poland. We will be screening up to 10 best shorts submitted to our international collaboration competition – InShortFF FINALS; where audience will chose their favorite film (these votes will contribute to the overall choice of Audience Award). Also there will be a special InShortFF screening co-programmed by Jacek Wachulewicz, KinoPort Cinema curator.
THE LAZNIA CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART & KINOPORT – GDANSK, POLAND
InShortFF Finals + special screening (4th September)
The Łaźnia Centre for Contemporary Art was one of the first public cultural institutions established in Poland after the transformations of 1989. The Łaźnia is guided by its mission of showing and promoting contemporary art as a means of expressing universal values, and an element of world cultural heritage. The centre does so by showing the latest developments in contemporary art, showing the process of change that art is undergoing, engaging cultural and social phenomena taking place around the world, and educating the public about these issues by organising of exhibitions, artistic exchanges, innovative educational programmes, concerts and film screenings.
Give us a hand and join our international team of volunteers to make our second edition of InShortFF spectacular!
We are opening position for Competition Coordinators now and soon we will be expanding our marketing team too. Watch this space: VACANCIES
It’s a 2015 and we’re back with InShortFF short film competition that is open to any genre shorts made after 1 January 2014 that are no longer than 20 minutes and include some international collaborators!
If you’re working on your short film now make sure to reach to people from different cultures and countries to be your actors, producers, sound editors, directors, co-writers, musicians etc. The bigger mix the better! Let’s learn from and about each other and unite.
InShortFF stands for international, intercultural & independent short film festival. We promote diversity & cultural exchange by encouraging filmmakers to team up with international collaborators.
Our main aim is to help emerging filmmakers reach a wide & international audience, encourage talents to push the boundaries & present very diverse programme to our followers. This year ten selected finalists will be screened internationally (London, UK & Gdansk, Poland) with closing award gala in London.
Please keep in mind that you have to submit films that include international collaborators! InShort is all about going beyond one nation productions!
Public Award chosen by international audience
Grand Prix Award chosen by international jury members