Fullshot Cine Mag merged with the Venice Short Film Festival in a move towards more executive fields of cinema,
and work in the field of filmmaking and film production, and from now on, the Venice FullShot Film Festival
will be both a film festival and a magazine- a festival that intends to move towards a constructive competition
for filmmakers with a profound background knowledge of them and their concerns
(which can be seen on our website in the form of dozens of interviews and reviews) and aims to support filmmakers.
Our 'Call For Submission' is now open!
Submit your work(s) and compete for an award. Refer to the 'awards and prizes' section.
We're trying to find a way to connect films/shows with smaller productions with cinema lovers, and help artists get seen and heard by a larger audience.
Venice Fullshot Film Festival is a film festival/magazine that focuses on the world cinema and specializes in interviewing outstanding artists, reviewing and introducing the finest films and TV shows, and providing a platform to promote the works of emerging filmmakers
We do have an online screening.
Films/shows/scripts on our 'official selection' list will be announced and featured on our website (their posters will be displayed together).
Best Narrative Feature
Best Short Film
Best Documentary Short
Best Documentary Film
Best Micro Film
Best Music Video
Frame-to-Frame Video Interview
Film Promotion - Featured
Film Promotion - Trailer
Submissions must be accompanied by a submission fee paid in full and a Vimeo link or your work uploaded directly to FilmFreeway.
When we have all necessary materials, the submission will be marked “In Consideration”.
Submissions with dialogues in languages other than English must be accompanied by an English subtitle.
"The submitter and all filmmakers associated with the project shall indemnify and hold harmless the Venice Fullshot Film Festival and any representative or affiliates from and against any and all claims, liabilities, losses, damages, and expenses (including but not limited to attorney's fees and costs of the court) which may be incurred by reason of any claim involving copyright, trademark, credits, publicity, screening, and loss of or damage to the screening videos entered."
Please note that submission fees are non-refundable.