These are fifteen short films you shouldn’t miss at the 1st Ulsan International Film Festival, which will take place from December 17th – 21st 2021, at the Ulsan Culture & Arts Center & MEGABOX Ulsan, Ulsan, South Korea.
The Singapore International Film Festival is accepting projects for the Asian-Short Film Grant (SEA-SHORTS) and the Southeast Asian-Documentary Grant (SEADOC) until February 1st, 2022. *Only for filmmakers from Southeast Asia*
Dear Asian filmmakers, the Brussels Short Film Festival (Belgium) is accepting films until January 23rd, 2022.
The Singapore International Children’s Film Festival – Big Eyes, Big Minds, is accepting short films until July 31st, 2022.
We continue with the list of short films that you shouldn’t miss a the 21st Kaohsiung Film Festival which will take place online and in cinemas from October 15th – 31st, 2021 in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
20 Short films you shouldn’t miss at the 19th GwangHwaMun International Short Film Festival (Part 1)
These are twenty short films you shouldn’t miss at the 19th GwangHwaMun International Short Film Festival which will take place at Cinecube (Gwanghwamun) from October 14th – 19th, 2021 in Seoul, Korea.