Aesthetica has recently launched an international short film competition, which is now open for entries. Leading the search for filmmakers who are driving the genre of short film forward through inspirational and innovative works the competition provides an opportunity for both new and experienced filmmakers to have their work broadcast to a wider audience. All genres of film are being accepted: drama, documentary, music video, animation, satire, comedy, artists' film and anything else you can think of! This is a great opportunity for students to get creative on a film project and a chance to get their work showcased nationally. This award offers winners and runners-up a fantastic prize package, including:
Screenings of your film at: The National Media Museum (Bradford), Rushes Soho Shorts Film Festival (London), Glasgow Film Festival, Kerry Film Festival (Ireland), Glimmer: Hull Film Festival, Project Space Leeds and on the Aesthetica website.
£500 first prize, £250 runner-up.
12 months membership with Shooting People.
Collection of film books from Wallflower Press.
Weekend course with Raindance.
Winner and 10 runners-up to be included on a DVD that will go to all Aesthetica readers.
Films should be up to 25 minutes long.
For detailed guidelines and entry visit http://www.aestheticamagazine.com/film_submissions.htm
Deadline: 30 April 2010