Ultimately, you'll decide for yourself if you feel this is the right film festival for you. The following is some information we hope proves useful in your decision making process.
Strasbourg International Film Festival accepts both French and English language films in their original language without subtitles, as well as films from around the global which are subtitled in either French or English.
Since Strasbourg International Film Festival is a new festival the competition for filmmakers will probably not be as stiff as it might be at other more established festivals allowing your film better odds for acceptance.
Best Feature Film
Best Director of a Feature Film
Best Actor in a Feature Film
Best Actress in a Feature Film
Best Screenplay of a Feature Film
Best Director of a Short
Best Actor in a Short
Best Actress in a Short
Best Young Filmmaker
Our mission is to show the works of new and emerging filmmakers. We showcase creative, edgy, out-of-the-box filmmakers in all genres.
If you're an emerging filmmaker this is the film festival for you. Strasbourg International Film Festival is looking for the decisive voices bound to lead us into tomorrow's world of filmmaking.
Late Deadline is April 22, 2010 (postmarked) $50
*Notification Date is approximately July 22, 2010
There are two ways you can submit your film.
1. Send an email with the info listed below and pay through PayPal by clicking on the 'Pay Now' button, then send your film to:
PO Box 67141
St. Pete FL, 33736
Please include the following information:
Name of Project
Name of Producer/Director
Name of Submitter
Length of Project
Any other pertinent information you would like us to consider.
2. Submit through Withoutabox
Right To Enter
Entrants must have the legal right to enter project to Strasbourg International Film Festival. As the Director/Producer of the Film, entrants have submitted to the Festival, entrants represent and warrant to the Festival that the Film and all parts thereof are original; that the Film does not contravene the rights of any person or entity and that entrants own or control the Film and all parts thereof and have the sole authority to submit the Film to the Festival; the Film entrants submitted to the Festival is not subject to nor threatened by any litigation. Entrants acknowledge that no fiduciary or confidential relationship now exists between the Festival and entrants, and entrants further acknowledge that no such relationship is established by these guidelines, my submission of the Film, or by the Festival's acceptance, review or retention of the Film.
Strasbourg International Film Festival will accept to screen a film:
- WITHOUT subtitles IF the original language is French or English.
- WITH French or English subtitles for all other original languages.
If a film cannot be shown to the selection committee with subtitles and with prior consent, a film can be forwarded with a written script in English or French.
All shipping costs are entirely borne by the producer or the sender.
35mm film prints will be returned to the sender at the producer or sender's expense.
Following the screening, DVD are not returned to the sender by the Festival.
IF YOUR FILM IS SELECTED
-You will be contacted in mid July.
-You must supply us with a 35mm print, DigiBeta or a DVD version depending on where your film screens.
For More Information:
If you submitted through withoutabox, please don't contact us to find out if you film has been received. Check online. For any other questions, feel free to contact us.
E-mail: info @ strasbourgfilmfest.com
*Schedule, dates, locations and events subject to change without notice.
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