Edinburgh Short Film Festival call for entries!

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The ESFF screens 8 nights of short film every Autumn at cinemas across Edinburgh, featuring the best International, UK & Scottish short films from drama to documentary, comedy to animation, experimental to web series.

We’re also awarding prizes for Best Film, Best Animation and Best Scottish Short and  we’re working with partner festivals to showcase our favourite shorts to audiences internationally, including this year: Barcelona Int. Short Film Festival, Fastnet Film Festival, the Sardinia Film Festival, Firenze FilmCorti 2018, the Adriatic Film Festival and Hidden Door among others!

But get your skates on – The FINAL Deadline is Monday June 25th!
https://www.edinburghshortfilmfestival.com/call-for-entries/FINAL DEADLINE 1 TT

 

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