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Call for Entry: Rome Film Festival 2012

By NewsDesk • Published on July 13, 2012

The new revamped Rome Film Festival under Artistic Director Marco Mueller is calling for entries. The festival will take place from 9th November to 17th November, 2012.

The festival has more than 12 awards for World Cinema.

The last date for submission of entries is Friday, September 14th, 2012.

All submissions must be recent productions, completed on or after 30th November, 2011. The films that were submitted in the earlier editions of the festival, in any form, will not be valid for entry. Also, the films screened at any other festival or screening, apart from the land of origin, will not be eligible. All film entries should have English subtitles.

The festival’s Director Marco Mueller will be visiting India at the end of July for the first shortlisting of films.

Applicants need to fill a pre-selection entry form here.

The preview DVDs need to be sent to Deepti DCunha, Indian Consultant to Marco Mueller.

This year the festival will screen 60 World Premieres. Focus will also be on the news trends in contemporary cinema.

Cinema XXI (21st Century Cinema), a new section devoted to Italian cinema and Italian co-production, has been introduced with an array of screening, master classes, panels, and events.

Besides, there are various other categories, namely, International Competition, Out of Competition, and Perspectives Italy.

All submissions (duly subtitled in English) should be sent to the contact details given below.

Name & Address:

Deepti DCunha

23 Gautam Niwas, 7 Bungalows,

Andheri West,

Mumbai 400 053

India

Contact Number: (+91)9820522468 (SMS only)

Email: deepti.dcunha@gmail.com or d.dcunha@romacinemafest.org

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