Oberhausen International Short Film Festival

Oberhausen International Short Film Festival

 

Type: Dedicated shortfilm festival
Location: Oberhausen, Germany
Start Month: May


Description

Short film is still the prime source of innovation for the art of film – the experimental field in which future cinematic vocabularies first crystallize. Today its diversity of forms, themes and approaches across the globe is greater than ever – video or film, short fiction film or essay, installation, graduation film or artist’s video, animation, documentary, and all imaginable hybrids thereof. The International Short Film Festival Oberhausen has been part of this highly charged field for over 50 years now, as a catalyst and a showcase for contemporary developments, a forum for what are often heated discussions, a discoverer of new trends and talent, and not least as one of the most important short film institutions anywhere in the world. Some 6,000 films submitted on average per year, around 500 films shown in the festival programmes and over 1,100 accredited industry professionals are proof enough.


Submission Requirements:

Super 8, 16mm, 35mm comopt, commag, 16mm sepmag, DV, DVCAM, HDV 720p, HDV 1080i, Beta SP (PAL), Digi Beta, HD. Films must have been completed during the 24 months before festival. Maximum running time 35 minutes

Submission Deadline: January



Fees:

None or Unknown

Awards / Prizes:

Various cash awards totalling 40,500 euros

Contact: Lars Henrik Gass (info@kurzfilmtage.de)

Website: http://www.kurzfilmtage.de/

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