Film submissions for Museo do Pobo Galego Ethnographic Film Festival are now open
To be eligible for this Festival, the submitted films must have been produced after 1st January 2014.
The length of the films submitted must not exceed 90 minutes. Film authors may submit a maximum of two films.
The productions made in Galicia must be either in Galician or subtitled in this language. Those productions made outside Galicia may be in any language as long as Galician or Spanish subtitles are provided.
Works shown in previous editions of the Festival and those films produced by people who take part in the Festival’s organisation will not be accepted. Likewise, films with a touristic or commercial content are also excluded.
The criteria will take into account the relevance of the social questions addressed, the technical quality and the aesthetic sense, the innovation in both its subject matter and its presentation, as well as its scientific relevance.
The Best Ethnographic Film Award consists of €900.
The Best Galician Production (it includes films that have Galicia as subject) consists of €600.
The Audience Award consists of a diploma and a trophy.
Sumbmissions deadline: 7th, April 2016
Further información in the site of the Museum
Rules and regulations here
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