Edinburgh Short Film Festival 2018:

Call for Entries

 All films submitted eligible for the Best Film Award

All genres / maximum 25 minutes

£15 PER ENTRY – REGULAR DEADLINE: FRIDAY MAY 25TH 2018 (Fee payable via Paypal)

Submission by Paypal or via Withoutabox/Film Freeway (see below for links)

Late Deadline: Saturday May 26th – Monday June 25th 2018




Please also complete below submissions form:

Or please complete the attached form and return to [email protected]

EDINBURGH SHORT FILM FESTIVAL SUBMISSION FORM 2018

The Rules and Regulations can be found here:

EDINBURGH SHORT FILM FESTIVAL RULES AND REGULATIONS 2018

Submissions also accepted from the following partner platforms:

 

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