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17th Asiana International Short Film Festival – Call for Entry 2019

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The Asiana International Short Film Festival (AISFF) is accepting films until July 15th, 2019. Here you can find more information about their call for entry.

About the festival:
Asiana International Short Film Festival (AISFF) is the first international competition short festival in Korea. AISFF will be the best place to see the newest trend of world cinema though eyes of short films, the future of cinema and the cinematic variety and cultural diversity. AISFF is looking forward to seeing your great work of art as well as your passion for short films.

General Rules:
– Short Films must be completed after June 2018.
– The maximum length should be 30 minutes.
– Only Korean Premieres will be accepted.
– The festival gives cash awards.
– Unless dialogue is in English, the print or the video should have English subtitles.
– Submissions can be done via Short Filmdepot (https://www.shortfilmdepot.com/) or Festhome (https://festhome.com/f/aisff)
Submission Fees: “FREE”
1 stamp via ShortFilmdepot – $3.60 Euros (with VAT Tax)
1 Submission via FestHome – $2 Euros
– Submission Deadline: July 15th, 2019

For submitting to the festival and read the full rules and regulations please go to this link: http://en.aisff.org/?p=26869

VERY IMPORTANT NOTE: If you discovered this call for entry thanks to this publication and you send your movie please let us know. We want to know how much of an impact we are having in the Asian cinema industry.

We remind readers that the 17th Asiana International Short Film Festival will take place from October 31st – November 5th in Seoul, South Korea.

Too see other Call for Entries please follow the next link: “Call For Entries”.

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