Festival Calendar

Filmschoolfest Munich

Internationales Festival der Filmhochschulen
Internationale Münchner Filmwochen GmbH
Sonnenstr. 21

80331 Munich
Germany
phone +49-89-3 81 90 40
fax +49-89-38 19 04 26
http://www.filmschoolfest-munich.de
email: festivalleitung@filmfest-muenchen.de

Artistic Director
Prof. Andreas Gruber

Festival Director
Diana Iljine

Year of Foundation 1981

Event Date from 18 November 2018 till 24 November 2018

in Munich, Germany

International Competition

Sections International Competition, HFF Munich Special

Category Short, Student Film

Terms of Entry International Competition: submissions only possible from film schools invited by the festival (total length up to 70 min; individual films up to 30 min); completed in 2017/2018; previous participation in other film festivals is possible
Climate Clips: student productions, 30 seconds up to 3 minutes, not older than 3 years;
Hofbräu Trophy: student production, commercials advertising Hofbräu beer, 30-60 seconds

Genre Short Films

Subtitles English subtitles necessary

Format DCP, 35 mm, 16 mm

Registration Deadline International Competition: 11 July 2018
Hofbräu Competition: 27 September 2018
Climate Clips: TBC

Fees none

Participants of the Film Industry representatives from the participating film schools and films, some local film and TV professionals

Prizes/Awards VFF Young Talent Award (Best Film, Euro 7,500)
ARTE Short Film Prize (acquisition of broadcasting right, up to Euro 6,000)
Wolfgang Längsfeld Award for the Most Original Film (Euro 3,000)
Best Documentary (ARRI services worth Euro 4,000)
Best Animation (Euro 1,000 and DCP Mastering worth Euro 1,500)
Luggi-Waldleitner-Award (Best Screenplay, Euro 3,000)
Student Camera Award (Euro 2,000)
Panther Prize (Best European Production, free use of Panther film equipment for four weeks, value: Euro 5,000)
Prix Interculturel (for fostering intercultural dialogue, Euro 1,500)
Audience Award (Euro 1,500)
Hofbräu Trophy (Best Beer Commercials, Three Awards: Euro 5,000; Euro 3,000; Euro 1,000)
Climate Clips Awards (Three Awards: Euro 5,000; Euro 3,000; Euro 1,000)

Number of Films Shown ca. 50 films in competition

Media Coverage local media and German trade magazines

Evaluation The festival regards itself as one of the most important international showcases for student films. Engaging but rather small selection of student works, screened at the cozy atmosphere of the Munich Filmmuseum. It offers a good setting for meeting the next generation of international filmmakers and mingling with some prominent figures of the regional film scene.

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