The 28th international film festival, Interfilm is currently calling for submissions for the 2012 Berlin International Short Film Festival. New films no longer than 20 minutes can be submitted for inclusion in the 28th Festival’s program.
Established in 1982, Interfilm has years of experience and a growing number of contacts in the international cultural and short film sectors.
Interfilm’s goal is to search out skilled and creative filmmakers and bring their work together – presenting them in an international, culturally political framework in order to best facilitate the exchange of imaginative ideas.
The 28th Berlin International Short Film Festival is Calling for Submissions
Interfilm offers a wide variety of short live-action, animation and documentaries to enthusiastic audiences who value the short film format in its own right. Interfilm 28 is scheduled for 13-18 November 2012.
The Berlin International Short Film Festival is the second oldest German short film festival (after Oberhausen), and is recognised as the second most significant and oldest international film festival in Berlin after the Berlinale. More than 5.000 films are submitted each year!
Submitted films may not be longer than 20 minutes, and not older than two years (January 2010). The screening formats are 35mm and Quicktime 1080p only.
Films entered for the Interfilm Festival will also be considered for our partner festival KUKI – 5th International Short Film Festival for Children & Youth Berlin.
For more info and regulations please visit the official website – linked below.