Razor - Russian State University of Cinematography - Directed by Alexey Beliakov - Best Film - Audience Award
We're now calling for entries for this year’s Uni Shorts International Student Film Festival which will be held in Auckland in 28-29 October 2017. Great prizes to be announced.
Uni Shorts International Student Film Festival
|Where||Red Lecture Theatre|
Unitec, Mt Albert Campus, Auckland(campus map)
|When||28-29 Oct 2017|
EARLY BIRD ENTRY FEE – NZD$20 (NZD$60 for three or more entries) received by 15 Feb 2017
STANDARD ENTRY FEE – NZD$30 (NZD$80 for three or more entries) received by 15 April 2017
LATE ENTRY FREE – NZD$40 (NZD $100 for three or more entries) received by 15 May 2017
FREE ENTRY for New Zealand Secondary Schools only
Is your short film eligible?
- All films entered must be entirely student-made from Nov 2015 – Jan 2017.
- All films entered must be no longer than 20 minutes running time
- Film ratio must be 16:9, resolution: 1080 or 720HD
- Non-English films must have English subtitles embedded.
- Submitting individuals/institutions must obtain necessary clearances for any copyrighted material or music used in their films.
- Entry categories: Fiction (undergraduate), Fiction (postgraduate), Documentary, Experimental, Animation, Secondary Schools (NZ only).
How to enter:
- Complete the online entry form here.
- Send us your film via a secure downloadable Dropbox, VIMEO or WeTransfer link to email@example.com.
- Alternatively, you can post us your DVD screener to:
Unitec Performing & Screen Arts,
Private Bag 92025,
Victoria St West, Auckland 1142, New Zealand
Mark all packages ‘No Commercial Value’ and ensure postmarked date is on or before entry date deadline.
- All submissions must be accompanied by
- A short synopsis/logline (50 words max)
- Production credits
- Director’s bio (100 words max) & headshot photo (JPEG format approx. 1MB size)
- Two still images of your film. - Email all files to firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of your film in the subject line
For more information visit Uni Shorts Film Festival