Submit Your Film


**SUBMISSIONS OF SHORTS AND FEATURES FOR OUR 2017 FESTIVAL HAVE NOW CLOSED – CHECK BACK LATER IN THE YEAR FOR DETAILS OF SUBMISSIONS FOR 2018**

 

HOW TO SUBMIT: SHORTS

We take SHORTS submissions, of any genre, via Film Freeway.

Submissions for 2017 open April 30th.

The early deadline is June 1st, and the late deadline is July 1st. This year, in order to cover our costs, we have regrettably needed to add a submission fee. We’ve set this at the lowest possible rate:

£5 for the early deadline

£10 for the late deadline

[Because FilmFreeway accepts $USD only, it works out as a few pence either side, at $6/$12.]

**Only films that are suited to the festival will be considered – please do your research; our FilmFreeway page (click the box above) has our full guidelines.**

HOW TO SUBMIT: FEATURES

The organising team programme a selection of features each year, based on a number of factors: theme, cost, quality, relevance, etc.

Generally we do not accept unsolicited submissions of features. If you have a feature you think we should consider, send a link and a synopsis of no more than 100 words to bristolradicalfilmfestival@gmail.com.

**Only films that are suited to the festival will be considered – please do your research; our FilmFreeway page (click the box above) has our full guidelines.**

 

WAIVERS/DISCOUNTS

If you absolutely cannot afford the fee, but would like to submit your film, you can apply to us for a discount code. We will only be able to consider applications that:

– Have a short introductory bio about the filmmaker/team;

– Describe in 150 words max how your film is radical, and how it fits with BRFF’s ethos;

– Have a 200 word max description of your film, your financial situation, the production process you went through (i.e. budget, collaboration, team etc) and what you wanted to achieve by making the work;

– Include a link to a screener, with password if necessary.

**NB: any applications that do not meet those criteria cannot be considered, due to limited resources.**

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