BFI Future Film Festival 2021 submissions are open
Date Posted: June 9, 2020
Are you a filmmaker aged 16 to 25? Would you like one of your short films to be considered for inclusion in the 14th BFI Future Film Festival, in February 2021?
The BFI is inviting filmmakers to submit their work to the BFI Future Film Festival, the British Film Institute’s annual film festival for young people, held at the BFI Southbank in London. This year the BFI have up to £15,000 worth of prizes up for grabs, including money to support your next film and your career.
Your short must be 10 minutes or under in length, have been produced in the last two years and be an interesting and original concept, with good production values and an entertaining subject matter. You must have been aged 16-25 when you made the film.
Future Film Festival is supported by the Reuben Foundation.
Future Film Festival recognises films in the below categories with up to £15,000 in prizes:
• Best Animation
• Best Documentary
• Best Experimental Film
• Best Micro Short
• Best International Film
• Best International Special Mention
• Best Writer
• Best Director
• Best Film
• Best New Talent
For more information and to submit a short film, visit: www.filmfreeway.com/BFIFutureFilmFestival.