Deadline: 6 July 2020
Open to: open to everyone who is interested in of eco-system
Benefits: a prize of EUR 4,000 for the winner
The main objective of the Short Film contest is to promote the biological natural heritage, namely the natural regions, the ecosystems, the habitats, and the species of wild fauna and flora, through the selection and classification of cinematographic works related to this subject. It also aims to promote cinematography of nature and promote its growth and development, as well as launching the debate and reflection of society on the need to knowing, promoting and conserving the biodiversity and the environment.
Participation in the Short Film Contest is open to all.
The following works will be accepted:
- Cinematographic works like animations, documentaries, fiction, experimental films and music videos in digital format;
- Cinematographic works of national and international origin;
- With a duration of between 5 and 28 minutes;
- Works that are exclusively related to a biological natural habitat, ecosystems and the habitats and species of the wild flora and fauna.
The cinematographic works to be submitted to the contest can be narrated in any language, but it is mandatory to include subtitling in the English language, except for the works narrated in the Portuguese language.
A prize of EUR 4,000.00 will be awarded to the Short Film best classified by the Jury of the Contest.
How to Apply?
Participation in the Short Film Contest is free of charge.
To participate in the Short Film Contest, an electronic registration must be done on the form available on the official website of the Festival (www.fiin.pt), as well as the inclusion of all elements and files requested on this platform.
For more information, please visit the official web page.