Say 'Hello' (again) to the Homebrew Film Festival, the showcase for short films of all genres, created by talented individuals from across the UK!
Following the success of our 2022 festival, things have gone from Regular to Venti, as Homebrew becomes a part of Eclectic Art Festival, giving an opportunity for filmmakers to display their work to a larger audience than our Odeon Cinema screen could handle, last time out.
We can't wait to welcome you to our new home at The Lights, a large Music and Theatre venue in Andover, Hampshire and hopefully share a coffee with some friendly faces both familiar and new.
Films shown at the event will be eligible for the following awards:
Best Short – Awarded to the best film shown, as decided by the Homebrew organisers, Awards will be given from first place to third
Audience Choice Award – Decided by the audience.
Best Student Film - Given to the best film made by a student (see student submission guidelines), Awards will be given from first place to third
Films that are over 15 minutes long (including all credits), will not be considered for Homebrew Film Festival.
Films can be submitted by film makers of all ages and backgrounds. Films using uncredited, non-licensed, copyrighted musical or literary properties without legal permission are not eligible. Homebrew Film Festival is not responsible for any copyright infringement.
In order to be eligible to enter the ‘student’ category you must send an email from your student account to firstname.lastname@example.org confirming your name, film name and your contact details.
All films (including student submissions) are eligible for both the Best Film award and the Audience Choice award.
As it is a private event, Homebrew is exempt from BBFC classification. Due to the presence of a student category, we have taken the view that content should be within the boundaries of what one would expect from a ‘15’ classified film. Under 14s are required to be in attendance with a parent or guardian.