Adapt or die. That's the motto for 2017 and the future. The plan is to provide screenings to various charities throughout the year. It is hoped this will encourage a wider audience to view the films submitted and attract smaller charities to get involved. Each film screened will receive audience feedback (which will be fed back to the film makers and will only be made public with permission.) At the end of the year we will announce the highest scoring films in each category.
As with previous festivals, all ticket money will be taken directly by the charities. We will of course be promoting and updating screenings as we go via twitter and facebook.

There are awards - oh yes there are!!! Audience votes from across the 4 venues give us an average for each film and we award accordingly. No cash unfortunately as we give it all to charity.

Films must be in English or Subtitled in English. Subtitles must be burnt onto video track - Sorry but it makes it a pain otherwise.

No pornographic or illegal films.

Overall Rating
  • Having our student film 'White Lining' selected in 2015 was amazing it felt like all the hard work was worth it. They promoted the film on Twitter and kept in touch by email. As we are poor students we couldn't afford to attend but the buzz from having your film selected was fantastic and I'm sure has helped to promote our film.

    July 2016
  • patrick mulderrig

    I couldn't make it, but my film got in. They promoted it leading up to the fest, tweeted about it while it was playing and seemed motivated about putting on a good fest. If I can make it out there, I'll submit again.

    May 2016