The PIA Film Festival is accepting films until March 21st, 2019. Here you can find more information about their call.
Founded in 1977, Pia Film Festival (PFF) has taken an active role in “finding and nurturing new filmmaking talents”. Pia was launched as a print magazine in 1972 by young people from a university film club, all of whom dreamed of becoming filmmakers. Inspired by the example of Time Out in London, they came up with the idea of publishing a listings magazine which would document all films screening in Tokyo in a given week, complete with the venue locations and the starting times. This idea grew into Pia, a magazine covering not only movies but also theater, concerts and exhibitions: a comprehensive guide to culture and entertainment in the city. The success of the magazine led to the launch of PFF. Pia no longer appears in print, but its success continues as an online resource.
– Only films produced after March 24th, 2018 qualify for registration.
-Films that have been commercially released cannot be registered (released in Theaters, TV, DVD/Video, broadcast online, distributed overseas, etc).
– The festival accepts any films no matter the length or genre as long as the films are produced independently.
– Non-English language films must have English subtitles.
– The festival gives Cash Award.
– Submission Fee: $ 30 USD.
– Deadline: March 21st, 2019
We recommend filmmakers to read the full Rules and Regulations: https://pff.jp/en/uploads/pdf/PFF-Entry-regulation-2019.pdf
For inquiries please contact the festival at international(at)pff.jp.
We remind readers that the 41st PIA Film Festival will take place during September, 2019 in Tokyo, Japan.
Too see other Call for Entries please follow the next link: “Call For Entries”
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