Beirut Love Film Festival is an underground hybrid film festival for cinema about Unconditional Love in the heart of Beirut, to promote for tolerance, acceptance, human rights and for freedom of choice.

BLFF was launched by a group of filmmakers who believe that cinema is the place where we can discuss all our differences, a place were we are all special and unique; and this festival is about the uniqueness of each one of us.

Filmmakers meet at BLFF in an open environment for discussions and networking, to speak about their life in art and about their ambitions and dreams in cinema.

Beirut Love Film Festival (BLFF) offer awards for both National and International categories as follows:

Best Feature Fiction
Best Feature Documentary
Best Feature Animation & Experimental

Best Short Fiction
Best Short Documentary
Best Short Animation & Experimental

Best Web & News Media
Best Music Video

Audience Choice Award in all Films Categories

Rules and Regulations:

1- FILMS PRODUCED AFTER JANUARY 1, 2021 ARE ELIGIBLE FOR SUBMISSION.

2- Beirut Love Film Festival (BLFF) holds the right to:
• Select the film that is qualified to be in the official selection of the festival
• Use the selected films for trailers and publicity usage
• Screen the winning films in other related events inside Lebanon, and recommend the winning films to other international film festivals that collaborate with BLFF after the approval of the filmmakers.

3- Submission fees are non refundable and non reimbursable under any circumstances; BLFF does not reimburse any submission fees for films who are not selected for the festival program, or who withdrew their submissions at any time.

4- BLFF retains the right to accept or decline any film, for whatever reason, without any explanation.

5- Applicant admits that he/she is authorized to submit the film, being the rights-holder or authorized representative of the film.

6- BLFF receives exhibition copy in QuickTime 1080p HD 8 bit uncompressed or Apple ProRes file or equivalent via a downloadable link.

7- All non-English speaking films must have adequate English subtitles.

8- Screening fees must be declared prior to or upon submission. If a screening fee is only indicated after the official selection has been announced, the Festival retains the right to revoke the film's acceptance.