Filmette Film Festival is an annual festival celebrating films which run between 30 and 60 minutes in length. The festival was created to showcase movies that have historically struggled to find an audience and distribution simply because of their unconventional running time.
It is presented by Harvestworks, in a black box screening room, in New York City on Dec2-3 2017.
There will be a Best Filmette Award presented.
Films must be no longer than 60 minutes and no shorter than 30 minutes in running time.
There are no completion restrictions. It does not matter when the film was finished, and there are no premiere restrictions either. Films in languages other than English should have subtitles in English.