The Kerry Film Festival, which will take place from 19th to 23rd October, is now inviting entries for its short film competition in categories such as Best Narrative, Best Documentary, Best Animated Film, and Best Original Score.
KFF has previously featured successful shorts such as the Oscar short-listed Head over Heels in 2012, the 2014 Oscar winner Mr Hublot and in 2015 the highly acclaimed Academy Award winner ‘S T U T T E R E R’ by Ben Cleary.
Emerging filmmakers are at the core of the Kerry Film Festival programme, with the short film competition geared towards showcasing their work and bringing it to a wider audience both at home and throughout a growing network of partner festivals across the globe.
Filmmakers have the chance for their work to be seen by a panel of adjudicators which has in recent years included leading lights such as Richard Baneham who is an Academy Award and BAFTA-winning Animator, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes screenwriter Mark Bomback, directors Lenny Abrahamson and Paul Greengrass, and producer Finola Dwyer.
KFF works to promote the best in filmmaking, endorsing the short film as a significant film genre and assigning the short equal status to the feature. As credit for its efforts in this regard, Kerry Film Festival is listed as the Best Short Film Festival in Ireland and one of the top in the world by ifilmfestapp.com
With an early bird deadline of 11th May and a final closing date for submissions to the 2016 competition on 11th July, there’s plenty of time to send your film.
Check out www.kerryfilmfestival.com for full details on how to submit your entry.
For further enquiries Kerry Film Festival can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org