IN THE PALACE International Short Film Festival 2015

Posted Tuesday 18 Nov 2014

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Entry deadlines:


Eligible categories:
Experimental & non-narrative productions, hybrid forms & formats, digital artwork

Individual and institutional entries are accepted.

The competing films will be awarded by an International Jury.

A prize fund of 10,000 EUR in gold will be shared within the winners.

A screening fee will be paid in the festival currency "Kitra" for each film selected in the festival competitive programmes.

The Festival consists of several competitive and special programmes, workshops, seminars, master classes, industry market section and diverse initiatives in film.

November 15, 2014
No Entry Fee

January 15, 2015
Earlybird Deadline
Standard Fee 20.00 EUR

March 15, 2015
Regular Deadline
Standard Fee 30.00 EUR

April 15, 2015
Late Deadline
Standard Fee 75.00 EUR

April 20, 2015
Final selection announced

Hurry Up! Read our  Regulations and fill out the online Entry Form!


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