After a hugely successful first three years of the festival, the fourth year of the Copper Coast International Film Festival (CCIFF) will be a week-long festival. This year the festival is set to hold its award night on the Holocaust Memorial Day on January 27th, 2020. The festival has always aimed to provide filmmakers and storytellers space where they are able to talk freely and widely about the nature of humankind and their endeavors to face the challenges of the contemporary world.

Copper Coast Film is set in the heart of Swansea, Wales and is housed within UWTSD’s Swansea College of Art. The festival prides itself on showcasing the very best storytellers the world of film has to offer.

The categories are broad and we encourage all types of short film.

Yes. Awards will be announced on our Facebook and Twitter feed closer to the date.

On the 27th of January, we will be holding an industry facing awards ceremony with many guest speakers.

Due to the festival being open to all ages, except where age restricted venues apply certain submissions may not be acceptable for this festival. All submissions are vetted, any found to breach our terms as laid out below will be deleted with or without notice.

(a) you own every visual or audio asset utilised in the uploaded submission file hosted through the link that you have provided and/or that you have the requisite legal permissions and authorities to upload through the link that you have provided, including all third party content; and (b) you are permitted to submit this film in accordance with the laws (including copyright laws) of England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and the Republic of Ireland as applicable, together with any same or similar laws of your current domicile; and (c) Copper Coast International Film is entitled to take action against you should you breach the terms and conditions of this Notice.

We hold the right to refuse any submission with or without notice, with or without reason. We also hold the right to amend all and any rules/terms/T&Cs, with or without notice.

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  • Cristina Isoli

    The festival team were very nice and the communication was very good. I was very grateful that they choose to screen 'Lightning' and my only regret is that I couldn't be present at the award ceremony as I was travelling for work on that day, but I am sure it was a great event and super fun. Thank you!

    February 2019
  • Thanks for the nomination of 'preferentes' for best soundtrack, but you should improve your communication, nobody has answer my emails.

    February 2019
  • can't wait to come back with our next projects. thanks for the hospitality

    February 2019
  • Anıl Tokur

    It is was terrible experience for me! They wrote my movie's name wrong at the first place. After my movie went to final they asked for wetransfer link to download it but when I sent they didn't even download it and I asked them again and resent it. Festival has a website which never been updated. It has logo of social media accounts at website but they also aren't active. I have been told that there will be live stream but at the end of the they it was canceled and I wasn't able to follow if my finalist movie got any award because there was no update on any platform about festival. I was really regret to send my film to it.

    February 2019
  • Gab Targuyshkovak

    yes yes yes yes yes

    February 2018