Festivals: call for entries

13 Open North Caucasus festival for cinema & TV "Kunaki" 

 

Where: Dagestan, Makhachkala

Wneh: 4-10.10.2019

Call for entries: from now until August 15th, 2019

 

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4 film festival Karek for children and youth

 

Where: Kyrgyzstan

Call for entries: from now until October 1st, 2019

 

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30th Open festival of the documentary cinema "Rossia", Ekaterinburg, 1-6/10/2019
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Monday, 04 October 2010 16:37

SUBMIT YOUR FILM TO THE 13TH ANNUAL ONE WORLD FILM FESTIVAL!
 
The 13th edition of the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival will take place March 8-17, 2011 in Prague, Czech Republic. As in years past, the festival will be held under the auspices of VАclav Havel.
 
One World would like to invite you to send your submissions for the next edition of the festival. Feature length documentaries, short documentaries (up to 35 minutes) and animated films (up to 35 minutes) are considered for the festival program.
 
FESTIVAL DATES: March 8-17, 2011
 
LATE FILM SUBMISSION DEADLINE: November 30, 2010.
The late submission deadline will not be extended. We kindly ask filmmakers to send their submissions as soon as possible.
 
On-line entry form and further information about the festival is available at: http://ow.pinf.cz/entryform/ow/en/
 
One World 2011 will include:
Documentaries from all over the world
An International Competition of feature length documentaries
A Right to Know Competition for investigative documentaries
International guests, thematic categories, retrospectives, workshops, and many special events
 
Contact:
One World / People in Need
Safarikova 24, 120 00 Prague 2,
Czech Republic
Tel: +420 226 200?411
Fax: +420 226 200 401
 
About One World:
One World is today the largest and most important human rights film festival in Europe and is firmly established as one of premier cultural and media events in the Czech Republic. One World features engaged and concerned documentary filmmaking that at the same time demonstrates high artistic qualities. One World presents documentary films from all around the globe and seeks to promote the best quality documentary filmmaking on social and political issues. In 2006, One World was awarded a UNESCO special mention for its contribution to human rights and peace education, the first film festival ever to receive this prize.

 

 

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