Hacker Porn Film Festival was born in Rome from the idea of Fran Stable (producer of the documentary Porn to be Free) and Lucio Massa (producer of several undeground movies including Beyond Madness and Undercover Mistress). The mission of the festival is to give value and visibility to independent productions that make new subjects of investigation and research the bodies, sexuality, and the transitions between genres. The post porn, as writing, can undermine gender, language conventions and reassuring entertainment film we're used to. The festival aims to 'hack' and destabilize the conventional system of access to cinema. Hacker Sex as a new way of facing sex and life, such as push to "go further" and infect rigid cultural principles to propose a flow without borders and stimulate truly free creative expression.
HPFF wil have 4 awards Best Italian Short Movie, Best International Short Movie, Best Documentary, Best Feature and 2 special mentions No Border No Gender, Best Artistic Contribution.
Art.1 – ELIGIBLE WORKS
Movies must contain implicit or explicit erotic scenes and show an interesting and original perspective on sexuality. We do not accept ''commercial" pornographic material.
Art.2 – SECTIONS
The competition is divided in two sections:
1. SHORT MOVIES: audiovisual works – fiction, documentaries, animation – equal or shorter than 20 minutes, released after January 1st, 2016.
2. FULL-LENGTH MOVIES: audiovisual works – fiction, documentaries, animation – longer than 60 minutes, released after January 1st, 2016.
Art.3 – REGISTRATION
The registration to the Festival is free of charge and doesn’t include any rental expenses and fees to be paid by the Festival.
Works that have been submitted to the Festival’s previous editions will not be accepted.
Participants can submit their works without limit of number, in one or more categories of the competition sections.
Italian, European and World premieres will be preferred.
Deadline January 31st 2019
Art.4 – HOW TO SUBMIT:
You can submit your movie using FILMFREEWAY
4.1 - Submission
Submission and full acceptance of the Festival's general rules imply the license to file the sent works in the Hacker Porn Film Festival's archive, and the permission to showcase the work - with prior approval from the rights holders and after receipt of all necessary clearances - for educational, social and cultural purposes.
Submission and full acceptance of the Festival's general rules authorize Hacker Porn Film Festival to publish contents related to the subscribed works on the event's website and social networks and on the promotional printed materials, as well as the use of parts of them for press and promotional purposes.
By filling in the registration form you agree with all the present rules.
4.2 – Selected movies
For each selected movie it will be mandatory to supply:
• A photo of the director/s and three frames from the movie (minimum resolution of 300 dpi). Each photo must be named with the title of the movie followed by a sequential number (ex.: Title_1.jpg; Title_2.jpg).
• Promotional material (pressbook, pictures, posters), if available.
• Italian (or English if Italian is not available) subtitles in srt format (SubRip format) are required for non-Italian-speaking feature and short films.
The screening format of selected movies will be agreed with the author/s, and it will have to be shipped to Rome as soon as possible after the agreement.
Posted or shipped material must be sent to:
c/o Mailboxes etc
via Balduina 7 a/b
Shipping costs and custom taxes have to be covered by the participant. In order to simplify custom procedures, we ask you to write on the package: “No commercial value, for cultural purposes only”.
Material sent for the selection will not be returned and will be kept in the Hacker Porn database for documentation purposes.
In order to be informed about contest deadlines and updates, we invite participants to regularly check the website and the Facebook profile of the Festival.
For more information write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Art.5 – GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS
The Artistic board of the Festival can take incontrovertible decisions about matters which are not considered in the present rules.