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Submit your film at the East End Film Festival 2012

One month to go to submit your film at the East End Film Festival 2012! All shorts, features, fiction, doc, animation, experimental welcome!

The East End Film Festival returns from 3rd-8th July for what promises to be the biggest and most ambitious EEFF to date. 

 

Moving to the summer in Olympic year, East End Film Festival (EEFF) 2012 will feature a huge programme of British and International cinema, talks and special multi media events across London’s most dynamic quarter.

Submissions for the festival are now open, with a special late entry deadline on the 1st of April. All UK and international, fictional, documentary, music, animation and experimental films of short or feature length are accepted. Feature submissions must not have previously been released in the UK on any format. More details available at www.eastendfilmfestival.com

 

About the East End Film Festival

The East End Film Festival began as a platform for East London filmmakers, and has shown many works from local talent that have gone on to win awards at festivals all over the globe. The festival is proud to support one of the world’s most vibrant filmmaking communities – providing that support remains a key objective, even as the festival has expanded over the past ten years to encompass a huge international programme.

EEFF 2011 featured more than sixty feature films and hundreds of shorts, representing some thirty countries. This varied programme takes in the best of both British and world cinema, and is complemented by a broad range of live site-specific events and master classes that explore the boundary between cinema and other artforms.

With a specific emphasis on live musical accompaniment, the EEFF offers more ways to experience the magic of cinema than any other film festival.

In 2012, when the eyes of the world are focused on the Olympics, the East End Film Festival will be showcasing all that is good about East London, and its extraordinary diversity of citizens and culture.

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