The 2017 London Drone Film Festival was created to showcase the incredible work being done by filmmakers from around the world using this technology.
We have expanded this year to include the Madrid Drone Film Festival www.madriddronefilmfestival.com.
Contestants can enter into one or both events. To enter into both events choose the category of your choice and the London Drone Film Festival + Madrid Drone Film Festival option. There is a discount for entering both events at the same time.
We believe that this technology has the potential to radically change the filming industry and enable filmmakers and creatives to create work that previously would have been impossible or impractical to produce. Founded by Filmmaker and former Software Engineer Owen James. "We are excited about the future of Aerial Cinematography, as the interaction between software and more advanced sensor technology increases, what we see today in drone technology today will be just the tip of the iceberg"
Drone Platforms and other Prizes.
All applicants must submit through www.filmfreeway.com
Films entered into the festival must be under 5 minutes in length with at least 50% of the film being shot using a UAV.
Entries in the SELFIE category must be under 1 minute in length.
Entries in the showreel category must be under 5 minutes in length
By entering your film into the 2016 London Drone Film Festival you accept full legal responsibility for the intellectual property contained within your film and that you have cleared all contents of the film with the respective copyright holders prior to submission to the festival. By entering your work into this festival this constitutes permission to exhibit your work at the 2016 London Drone Film Festival.
It is the sole responsibility of the Applicant to secure authorization and permission from the copyright owner(s) of any and all copyrighted content or materials included within the submitted Film.
The London Drone Film Festival reserves the right to use segments of the film for promotional purposes only, including but not limited to broadcast on TV or the internet.