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  • 16th Myrtle Beach International Film Festival (April 20-24, 2021) calling for entry
    by Myrtle Beach International Film Festival on December 31, 2020 at 9:28 PM

      Call for entry MBIFF 16 now open     October 2, 2020 Earlybird Deadline I November 20, 2020 Regular Deadline I December 11, 2020 Late Deadline  I December 31, 2020 Extended Deadline I  SUBMIT I Website I Profile on I  Email contact I Facebook I Twitter     Submission Deadlines for MBIFF 16   October 2, 2020 Earlybird DeadlineNovember 20, 2020 Regular DeadlineDecember 11, 2020 Late Deadline       The MBIFF is a World Class Event. Submissions end December 31st,  20éà, submit through, or through the festivals website, Selected by Movie Maker Magazine as one of the top 25 film festivals worth the submission, one of the top festivals in the world by Film international and touted by many as one of the most important independent film festivals in the circuit. We are passionate about film and it shows! The MBIFF screens projects in a multi-million dollar theater, housing state of the art technology.   We look forward to viewing your film /project!&nbs

  • Call For Entries For MWFIFF - Late Deadline ENDS ON - 15th SEPTEMBER 2020!!!
    by Moonwhite Films International Film Fest - MWFIFF on August 8, 2020 at 12:14 PM

    @Anupjalota Presents 3rd-MWFIFF 2020 Late Deadline ENDING 15th September 2020 Event Date 7th & 8th of Nov 2020 Submit your Films & Music Videos NOW Submissions Link : #Filmfestival #Internationalfilmfestival #mwfiff #devashishsargam &nbs

  • TIFF Unveils Outline for the 33rd Tokyo International Film Festival
    by Tokyo International Film Festival on August 7, 2020 at 11:04 AM

    Tokyo International Film Festival       As previously announced, the Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF) is planning to go ahead with a physical edition of the 33rd TIFF, from October 31 through November 9, 2020.   With the coronavirus pandemic continuing, film festivals around the world have been affected and many have been forced to cancel, postpone or shrink. Despite the circumstances, however, TIFF plans to carry out physical screenings in Tokyo theaters, as well as to host symposia and international guest talks online. By staying physical, TIFF will enable audiences to re-experience the joy of watching films on the big screen, which will light a beacon of hope for the future of film. We also believe this will help strengthen international solidarity in the global film industry and reexamine our understanding of visual culture after COVID-19.   However, holding a film festival in the same way as in previous years is very challenging due to such difficulties as restrictions on international travel and the necessity of taking thorough measures against infection.   Therefore, we have created a special section for the 33rd TIFF that goes beyond the boundaries of our usual competitive sections. The Tokyo Premiere 2020 will combine our international Competition, Asian Future and Japanese Cinema Splash sections into one lineup. Instead of bestowing the usual awards, TIFF will give one Audience Award for all the films nominated in this limited section, allowing us to shine a spotlight on the importance of our audiences. (For more details, please see the outline of the section below. Details on the festival’s other sections will be announced at a later date.) Additionally, we have established a new selection committee this year, which will allow TIFF to benefit from the knowledge, diversity and wide-ranging backgrounds of outside experts. Please see below for the list of committee members. This year’s TIFF will also see us deepening our ties with Tokyo FILMeX, which is traditionally held also in late autumn. We will be forming a relationship similar to that between the Cannes Film Festival and Directors’ Fortnight, with the latter held independently within the framework of the Cannes Film Festival. We expect this synergy between our two festivals to also strengthen solidarity in the film industry.   Of course, one absolute condition of holding the 33rd TIFF is that we can guarantee the safety of our audiences, filmmakers and staff. Therefore, if this condition cannot be met as the pandemic situation continues to transition in the future, we will pursue various options, including postponement or cancelation. We appreciate your understanding about any changes that may occur.   &nbs