The Smalls Film Festival - Call for Submissions

Posted Monday 05 May 2014



The Smalls Film Festival is a short film festival based in London, UK and they have opened their Call for Submissions for their 9th annual festival.  The Smalls is an online community of over 9,500 filmmakers and creative, with over 10,000 short films submitted to date.

They are based in the UK, but their submissions come from all over the globe. They get a huge number of international submissions every year, and have a large presence around the world. Their 2013 Festival was a huge success, with the readers of Movie Maker Magazine voting us in the Top 5 Coolest Short Film Festivals in the World.

Submitting to their festival means that filmmakers get a chance to show their film to a UK audience, and will hopefully bring opportunities for collaborations across the globe. Some of the short films have gone on to be commissioned with companies such as UK TV Gold, and many have gone on to win a slew of other awards.


The Smalls have opened their Call for Submissions, Early Bird price just �10. Winning film in each category receives a �500 cash prize with further prizes to be announced.


Submissions now open for @thesmalls Film Festival 2014! Submit for a chance to �500 + more

Contact details:

Nia Childs
Festival Producer
The Smalls Ltd
81 Rivington St
London EC2A 3AY

P: +44 2072409222
M: +44 7515693299


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Outlook for Someday - Registrations Open

Posted Monday 05 May 2014

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The Outlook for Someday presents its fourth annual series of free sustainability film-making workshops.

42 one-day workshops are planned to take place throughout New Zealand from May to August 2014.

The workshops are open to students from school years 7 to 13, as well as teachers and youth workers. 

All workshops participants will make short films and screen them at the end of the day.

Each student will also come away with a story idea that is meaningful to them which they could turn into a film as an entry to The Outlook for Someday film challenge.

Each workshop will run from 9am to 4.30pm.

Spaces are limited to 25 participants per workshop.

Sign up for a workshop in your area or find out more at:

The Outlook for Someday

ph: 09 376 6060  mob: 021 1830137

post: PO Box 78121  Grey Lynn  Auckland  Aotearoa New Zealand