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Next Generation 5G Storytelling Initiative

Calling all creators: Want to participate in an amazing storytelling lab, receive $10,000 and get access to RYOT’s unique, cutting-edge 5G studio? Apply to the Next Generation 5G Storytelling Initiative! 10 innovative teams will be selected to bring their story-based projects to life with 5G.

Filmatique Launches Online Film Festival

Filmatique is pleased to announce the creation of FLMTQ Talents, an online film festival that aims to discover and distribute works from daring new filmmakers around the globe. In its inaugural year, the curators of art-house distribution platform Filmatique will screen 10 selected features and 20 shorts

Dublin Doc Fest Submissions Now Open

Dublin Doc Fest is Ireland’s only documentary film festival dedicated solely to the short documentary form. Founded in 2013 by documentary filmmaker, Tess Motherway, Dublin Doc Fest showcases work from both Irish & International documentary filmmakers in Dublin, Ireland. Dublin Doc Fest’s objective is to

NFFTY Call For Films Now Open

Over 12 years, NFFTY has grown into the world’s largest and most influential film festival for emerging filmmakers under 25 years – helping to foster and support the next generation of storytellers (with the help of educators like you!). Twice named One of the 50 Fests

gnovis Call for Paper Spring 2018

Georgetown University’s Communication, Culture & Technology graduate program is currently accepting submissions for the Spring 2018 issue of ​gnovis​, our student-​operated, peer-reviewed academic journal. About the Journal gnovis​ is devoted to interdisciplinary scholarship at the intersection of communication, culture, and technology. Published once each semester,

Call For Entries: Show Me Shorts

You’re in luck! Our deadline for submissions has been extended to 1 July. This gives filmmakers  an additional two weeks to complete their work and enter New Zealand’s leading international short film festival. There are already more than 1,300 submissions, but are hoping to smash last