We are Northern Visions and Latest TV, community, not-for-profit local TV channels in Belfast and Brighton. We organise film festivals, both as live events in our venues when possible, but mostly, on our TV channels; so when you are part of our festival, you get your film on local TV stations!

Our forthcoming festival is for International Women's Day on 8th March. We are looking for films made by, and about, female-identifying individuals.

PLEASE NOTE: films that contain sexual violence will NOT be considered.

Due to COVID-19, we haven't been able to host live events yet; but we're very hopeful that this will change. We are currently planning live events for this edition (subject to changes due to government guidelines). Whatever happens, our TV festival will definitely take place. There is also a high possibility that other local TV channels in the country will screen our festival, too. Both Northern Visions and Latest TV will livestream the festival on their website.

PLEASE NOTE: as the channels are community-based and not-for-profit, we are unable to pay broadcasting fees.


By submitting your film, you acknowledge that you are giving permission to Latest Visions to broadcast your film on local television channels in the U.K. and Northern Ireland during the duration of the festival, and to utilize still images and trailers from your film for non-commercial use in promoting the event. Submission of your film also indicates consent to the copyright agreement below.

Latest Visions do not have premiere status requirements. International films in non-English language must contain English subtitles.

Latest Visions reserves the right to determine the eligibility of any projects submitted. If accepted, you must be able to provide the festival with a downloadable export of your film, as well as at least two high-quality still image for promotional purposes.

For purposes of submission, all films must be submitted as online screeners through FilmFreeway. Submitted films must be complete. Works-in-progress will not be accepted. All material in your film must be your own original work - you must have the rights to all images, music, and on-screen talent featured in your film. Films that do not adhere to copyright laws will be disqualified.


I state that I am authorized to submit this film to Latest Visions for consideration, and have read, understood, and agree to all the requirements. I hereby release the Festival from all responsibility for loss of or damage to submitted materials. As this is a competitive festival, I understand there are no guarantees that my film will be accepted for screening. Entry materials will not be returned.

I agree that I have secured all necessary rights for both picture and sound, and exhibition will not violate or infringe upon any rights including, but not limited to music, images, and content.

Overall Rating
  • A brilliant experience and beautifully organised to include online networking. I highly recommend applying to Latest Visions. Their hospitality and communication are excellent. Terrific festival and I wasvproud to be part of it.

    November 2021
  • Simeon Costello

    Thanks again for selecting RHAPSODY IN BLOOD! We received great communications from the festival manager and wished we could have joined the networking event that was organised with the other filmmakers. Would be a pleasure to submit again in the future

    November 2021
  • Graziano Quaglini

    Great Festival! a great opportunity for Indie filmakers to show their movie in front of a big Tv audience, woah! it has been a pleasure to partecipate :)

    November 2021
  • Gigi Burgdorf

    Fantastic to have our short shown on TV! And really nice to join the filmmakers networking event and have opportunities to keep connecting after the festival. Great festival!

    November 2021
  • Really good all round. Quality films, great communication. Recommended.

    November 2021