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31 Dec 2013

Call for Entries | 38th HKIFF

HKIFFThe Hong Kong International Film Festival (HKIFF) is calling for entries to its 38th edition of the festival. Organised by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society (HKIFFS), the 38th HKIFF will be held from 24 March to 7 April 2014. HKIFF is Asia’s oldest international film festival and a major platform for world cinema. Its programme comprises features, documentaries, shorts and animations divided into 6 sections.

The 38th HKIFF will accept submissions till 31st December 2013 for its 6 sections:

Young Cinema Competition - open to filmmakers with their first, second or third features with cash prizes awarded by jury

Documentary Competition - open to documentaries running 60 minutes or longer with cash prizes awarded by jury

Short Film Competition - Open to all films under 15 minutes duration with cash prizes awarded by jury

Global Vision - new works including special programmes and tributes

Indie Power - new independent and avant-garde works

Reality Bites - new documentaries

Click here for more information and submission forms!

About The Hong Kong International Film Festival

The Hong Kong International Film Festival is one of Asia’s most reputable platforms for filmmakers, film professionals and filmgoers from all over the world to launch new works and experience outstanding films. Screening over 280 titles from more than 50 countries in 11 major cultural venues across the territory, the Festival is Hong Kong’s largest cultural event that reaches an audience of over 600,000, including 5,000 business executives who attend the Hong Kong International Film & Television Market (FILMART), a concurrent event of the HKIFF.

Committed to discovering new talent, the Festival premieres the breadth of Chinese cinema and showcases Asian talents. As a lifestyle event, festival-goers can enjoy world-class films, attend seminars hosted by leading filmmakers from around the world, visit film exhibitions, join celebration parties, and more.The Festival draws extensive media coverage from over 500 local and international press members and continues to grow in importance as one of the premier platforms to launch films in Asia.