The Inclusion International Film Festival is an annual event that showcases a diverse selection of independent films from around the world. The festival features a mix of feature-length and short films, with a focus on emerging talent and innovative storytelling. The festival takes place in a major city, and attracts a wide range of film enthusiasts, including industry professionals, critics, and the general public. The festival also includes panel discussions, Q&A sessions with filmmakers, and other special events. The Inclusion International Film Festival is dedicated to promoting new voices in filmmaking and creating a platform for independent film to reach a wider audience.

The mission of the Inclusion International Film Festival is to promote and celebrate independent filmmaking from around the world. The festival aims to provide a platform for emerging and established filmmakers to showcase their work and connect with audiences and industry professionals. The festival is dedicated to fostering a culture of creative and innovative storytelling, and to promoting diversity and inclusivity within the film industry. Through its programming, events, and outreach efforts, the Inclusion International Film Festival aims to inspire and empower filmmakers and audiences alike to explore new perspectives and push the boundaries of the art form.

Event take place in November 23-27,2023 in London

A cozy place in north London will convey the fullest range of emotions from the film you provide to our festival. The format of the live screening will leave incredible emotions to the audience and the filmmakers, we will also try to create a real atmosphere of celebration and festivities.
Good luck to everyone!

certificate, laurel, cash prize, QA, awards in all categories

Films must be submitted in their original language, with English subtitles if not in English.
Films must have been completed after January 1 of the preceding year.
The festival accepts only feature-length films (over 60 minutes).
The festival does not accept films that have been previously shown in the country where the festival is held.
Films must be submitted with a completed entry form and a digital copy of the film (in a widely accepted format such as DCP, Blu-ray, or Quicktime file).
Entrants must also provide a short synopsis of the film and a still image from the film.
Entry fees are non-refundable.
The festival reserves the right to disqualify any film that is not in compliance with the rules and regulations.
The festival will not be responsible for any damage or loss of the films during the selection or screening process.
The festival will notify all entrants of the selection results by email.
The festival may request additional materials such as press kits, posters, and photos for promotional purposes.
The festival may use clips from the films for promotional purposes.
The festival may also invite the filmmakers to attend the festival for Q&A sessions and other events.
The festival may award prizes in various categories, and the decision of the jury is final.
By submitting a film to the festival, the entrant certifies that they hold all necessary rights and permissions for the exhibition of the film at the festival.