‘100 films in 100 minutes’ by Kyiv International Short Film Festival is back on radars!

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‘100 films in 100 minutes’ by Kyiv International Short Film Festival is back on radars!

Only 3 days left for an early-bird submission of your super-short (‘super’ by all meanings!) This is a call for those who agree that brevity is everything.
 
‘100 films in 100 minutes’ is an annual festival where we make a film-vacine to our audience: once you are in front of the screen, you’ll watch a hundred films at a time. In 100 minutes we make our viewers laugh, cry, got amazed, shocked, inspired, and feel the rest of emotions you couldn’t even think of. This is always a surprise one can’t get prepared for.
 
For the selection we accept all kinds of shorts from classic to experimental ones. The only restriction is its duration — the film must be up to 100 seconds. This is a program where Oscar-nominees are screened next to the amateur films, where over 40 countries meet in one program — all to prove, that in the film art there are no boundaries.

 

Submissions are accepted via FilmFreeway (filmfreeway.com/festival/100x100). 

Free till August 5,
$1 till September 5
$2 till September 20 (the last call).

Territories of screenings:
Ukraine
Some other countries are to be added (we are in negotiation process right now). The subject of rights is to be discussed individually.
 
Awards: 'Audience Choice' with a cash prize.
 
Please find more information at our web-site or on the rules&terms page at FilmFreeway.
 
Having more questions? Please contact usalika.kharchenko@kisff.org
 
If you are interested to screen ‘100 films in 100 minutes’ in your city, we would be more than happy to discuss our possible cooperation! The contact is same, Alika will be glad to provide you with any info you may need.
 
Waiting for your marvelous works!
 
With love,
KISFF

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Let's welcome winners of KISFF 2016

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Let's welcome winners of KISFF 2016

The Best Film Award in the international competition went to the film "Réplique" directed by Antoine Giorgini! The William Laboury's film "Hotaru" received the Best Director Award and the special mention was given to the "Theme Park" made by Risto-Pekka Blom.

The Best Film Award in the Ukrainian competition was given to the film "The Last Visitor" directed by Alexander Shkrabak. The films "Panorama" (Yurii Shylov), "E.W.A" (Gigi Ben Artzi), and "House on the Edge of the Planet" (Alex Sobolev, Misha Koroteev) received the special mention.

The Audience Award in the international competition went to the film "Réplique" (Antoine Giorgini) and the film "Panorama" (Yurii Shylov) received the Audience Award in the Ukrainian competition.

Congratulations to the winners and thank the jury members of the international competition (Andriy Khalpakhchi, Réka Bucsi, Pieter-Jan De Pue, Bohdana Smyrnova) and those of the Ukrainian competition (Dmytro Tiazhlov Chris Ward, Mateusz Janusz) and the audience for your votes!

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