Due to the amount of submissions, the staff of CinemìCinemà festival decided to anticipate the deadline.



The festival is open to Italian and international students and young video makers. We have some collaborations with Short Film Festivals in Italy and abroad, like the Edinburgh Short Film Festival and Quindici19 Festival in Rome. Every year we host international guests - so far from Belgium, India, the Kirov Film Festival and the USA, last a group of Native Americans, the Menomenee Tribe.
CinemìCinemà strives to encourage the talent of younger generations and to provide them with opportunities to tell their stories, network with their peers and be recognized for their creativity.


Dubbing is considered to be one of the Festival main features cause a famous Italian dubbing director, Mario Maldesi, shared with us his expertise. He opened up his book of memories as if he was telling the students a fairy tale with all the magic of the most famous Italian and international directors from the 60s onwards like Fellini (Amarcord 1973), Visconti (Il Gattopardo 1963), NIchols (The Graduate 1967), Kubrick (Clockwork Orange 1971, Shining 1980), Lucas (Star Wars 1977), M. Brooks (Frankestein Junior 1974) and Friedklin (The Exorcist 1973) just to quote some. So, the name of the Festival was chosen after a famous phrase in “Frankenstein Jr.” - “Werewolf” “There” “What?” “There wolf, there castle”. He was so able to translate it in Italian without changing its meaning and rhythm sounding “Lupo ulula” “Lupo ululà, castello ululì”. Try to say “CinemìCinemà” - doesn’t it sound the same? We thought so. He was also our special guest and guide in the 2010, 2011 and 2012 editions.
Therefore during the Festival every year we dedicate some space to a retrospective of his career and organize some dubbing workshops in his honor.


CinemìCinemà is an International Short Film Festival for young people and school students. They can put into practice their creativity by having fun and by sharing it with peers from other countries. It takes place in Arezzo, Tuscany, in the month of March when spring is blooming.
The aim of the Festival is to raise awareness and promote all the various aspects of video making: from directing to editing, photography, acting and film dubbing, in a spirit of freedom and tolerance. We also intend to establish relationships between Italian and foreign schools as well as with young foreign video makers in order to create and encourage contacts which start from a common interest in film making and go beyond by getting distant cultures closer and developing friendships.


1. CinemìCinemà International Competition: free theme - maximum length of submissions must be 20 minutes including credits (VLC. MPG4. DVD) Non Italian films must be in English or subtitled in English

2. CinemìCinemà International Special Competition: “Coup de théâtre" - maximum length of submissions must be 10 minutes including credits (VLC. MPG4. DVD) Non Italian films must be in English or subtitled in English

3. CinemìCinemà International Competition: Animation films - maximum length of submissions must be 20 minutes including credits (VLC. MPG4. DVD) Non Italian films must be in English or subtitled in English

More than one film can be submitted to each section


SUBMISSION FORMS are available on the festival website page Films must be sent via we transfer to

CinemìCinemà International Competition: free theme
Best film - a technical device

CinemìCinemà International Special Competition “Coup de théâtre":
Best film will be awarded a coupon for a study holiday abroad*

CinemìCinemà International Competition: Animation films
Best film - a ticket to a movie theme Adventure Park

Awards will be assigned to the best director, the best actor and/or actress and the best soundtrack

* the coupon is valid for a study holiday organised by CinemìCinemà Cultural Association

The organisers are not responsible for any error or delay in delivery.
Materials will not be returned and they will be stored in CinemìCinemà film library and can be shown in other festivals or events.
The organisers will take utmost care but do not take any responsibility for eventual damages or loss of submitted materials.
Materials will be selected in the sole and unquestionable discretion of CinemìCinemà Cultural Association.
The selected videos will be screened during the CinemìCinemà Short Film Festival 2018 edition in Arezzo. The association will inform the selected participants about the results which will also be published on
The Jury has the duty to evaluate the submitted materials and assign the prizes in the sole and unquestionable discretion.
The Cultural Association CinemìCinemà has the right to deselect all those films that:
1. are harmful to human and social rights
2. are incoherent to the topic in the Special Competition Section
3. were already screened during the previous editions.
No reimburse or compensation will be offered by the organisation.
According to the Italian current laws all personal data will only be used for competition purposes.
The above mentioned rules are accepted on submittance of materials.
Any controversy will be handled by CinemìCinemà Cultural Association.

Overall Rating
  • Kacper Anuszewski

    Everyting Ok. Thank You :)

    April 2018
  • Aryan Hosseini

    Great and wonderful.
    Do not be tired.

    Thank You.

    April 2018
  • Saman Hosseinpuor

    Great Festival, Great Team, I really enjoyed your festival and your City. Keep up your great job.

    March 2018
  • thank you for this great opportunity

    March 2018