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Call for Entry: 15th Mumbai Film Festival 2013

By NewsDesk • Published on June 13, 2013

mumbai film festival2013The 15th Mumbai Film Festival which will be held from October 17-24, 2013 is calling for entries.

The deadline for submitting entries is August 10, 2013. Entry forms will be available here shortly.

The International Competition section of the festival is open to debut filmmakers from all over the world. US $100,000 will be awarded for the Best First Film and US $ 50,000 for the Grand Jury Prize. The cash prize will be shared between the director, producer & the sales agent / Indian distributor.

The Audience Choice Award will carry US $ 20,000 to be shared between the director, producer & the sales agent / Indian distributor.

There will be cash incentives of US $ 10,000 for sales agents if the award winning films are international or world premiers.

The section ‘India Gold 2013’ is a competition section for the Indian feature fiction films made within one calendar year from the date of upcoming Festival.

‘Dimensions Mumbai’ is the competition section for short films of five minute duration or less in any format by the Youth of Mumbai below the age of twenty five, on any aspect of the city.

‘Celebrate Age’ is a section which was introduced in the festival in 2010: it is open to ad-films, short fiction films, documentaries and feature length films made on the theme of growing old with dignity.

The festival is organized by the Mumbai Academy of Moving Image (MAMI), a not-for-profit trust founded by Indian film industry personalities chaired by filmmaker Shyam Benegal.

For more information:mumbaifilmfest@gmail.com | info@mumbaifilmfest.com

 

 

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