2018 SUBMISSIONS

 

SUBMISSIONS OPEN IN SEPT 2018 – Subscribe to our website and like our FB/Twitter pages for updates in 2018

We accept Animation, Feature Films, Documentaries, Scannan Gaeilge Is Fearr , Student Films, Short Films, Fingal Newcomer Films – (Local Artists in the Fingal Area) International Films, Outstanding Achievement in Media awards (writers – journalists – directors – producers – artists).

Submissions open every year from November until the deadline of June 30th 2018.

Fingal Film Festival also welcomes submissions for their Outstanding Achievement in Media award which is an interactive true events storytelling category. This program includes  an award and celebrates above and beyond the call in documentary film, as a writer, director or producer.  It recognizes creators who employ an innovative, interactive approach – to true events, in incredibly difficult situations.

Through open submissions, selections will be made the following day after the festival to the Media and Press .

TERMS AND CONDITIONS CONDITIONS OF ENTRY TO FFF *

The Fingal Film Festival (FFF) welcomes unsolicited submissions made in accordance to the regulations below:

Submissions will only be accepted through Film Freeway and online options also Post. * FFF does not pay screening fees. * Films must be presented in their original format and have English language subtitles or commentary where necessary. * When submitting your film please include details of any public screenings and festivals that your film is being exhibited at before FFF 2017. * The selection and scheduling of films screened at the Festival is entirely at the discretion of the Festival Director. * Please ensure that you include a synopsis of no more than 200 words as you would like it to appear in the programme. (NB: Please note that the Festival reserves the right to amend the copy submitted).  * Due to the large amount of submissions received FFF cannot enter into any discussion regarding films that are not selected for the Festival. * The cost of shipping and attending the festival  must be met by the sender. The FFF does not accept any responsibility for damage to postage and press kits  Taking part in FFF implies allowing broadcasting on Irish and foreign televisions and on the Internet (extracts limited to and not exceeding 3 mins.) for the purpose of promoting the Festival. The submitter will agree to screening his/her film in our annual road show that runs after the festival every year. If you do not want to take part in this please state on your submission form *  All copyright and brands , music rights are the Producers responsibility and no liability’s will be accepted from the festival organisers for your film .