IFI STRANGER THAN FICTION, DUBLIN’S DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 2014 DATES AND AN OPEN CALL FOR ENTRIES
The dates for the 11th edition of IFI Stranger Than Fiction, Dublin’s documentary film festival have just been confirmed as September 25th-28th 2014. The Festival is looking for original and exciting documentary films from Irish and international filmmakers to include in the festival. So if your film fits the bill, now is the time to prepare your entries as submissions are open for Irish and international short documentaries and Irish feature length documentaries with a deadline of 6pm, 20th June 2014.
Details of the 2014 programme will be announced and go on sale in early August 2014. For the latest details check www.ifi.ie/stf.
CALL FOR ENTRIES: SUBMISSION DETAILS
IFI Stranger Than Fiction is accepting entries of Irish and international short documentaries (under 20-minutes) and for Irish feature-length documentaries (over 60-minutes). International features are programmed on an invitation-only basis and no entries in this category will be accepted.
All Irish feature-length entries must be Dublin premieres. For short documentaries, no premiere status is required but preference will be given to shorts which would be Dublin premieres so please indicate if this is the case in your submission. Films that have been broadcast on Irish television or on a channel available to Irish television audiences should not be entered and will not be considered. There is no entry fee.
To enter a FEATURE documentary:
Send two non-returnable DVDs of your film to IFI STRANGER THAN FICTION, Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, IRELAND.
Include in your package an A4 sheet with the film title, running time, credits (producer, director), a synopsis of the film of less than 300 words. Please also email these details to firstname.lastname@example.org along with three high-resolution images from the film.
To enter a SHORT documentary:
Send an online link to email@example.com along with the details mentioned above.
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