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Call for entry: 56th BFI London Film Festival

By NewsDesk • Published on April 17, 2012

The 56th BFI London Film Festival is calling for entries. The festival will be held in BFI Southbank and other central London venues from 10 – 25 October 2012.

For Short films (40 mins or less), the last date for submissions is 22 June 2012. For Feature length films (more than 40 mins), the deadline for submissions is 6 July 2012.

There are no fees for UK features or shorts. The fee for International features is £45 while for international shorts is £15.

All films screened in the festival must be at least UK Premieres. Prior theatrical, UK Festivals, television screenings, internet transmission or DVD releases in the UK disqualify films from entry. For competition films, preference will be given to European, international and world premieres. Entries must have been produced within the last 18 months. Films that have screened before the previous BFI London Film Festival at international festivals are ineligible for open submission.

The BFI London Film Festival is presented by the British Film Institute.

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