The London Rolling Film Festival is a a vibrant event in constant evolution. We showcase talented filmmakers and put them in contacts with industry professionals as actors, directors, producers, investors as well as make-up artists, fashion designers and journalists.
To keep it interesting (and fun) at each screening we will have a competition for Best Film, decided by popular vote at the end of the night, with the winner receiving a cash prize.
Category Awards will be also assigned by a jury of industry professionals:
Best Short Film (Jury Award) - Cash price: £500
Best Music Score
Best Production Design
Best Make up and Hairstyling
Best Costume Design
1. Criteria for entry:
We are happy to show films that have been screened previously and will also consider screening music videos and internet series (individual episodes). Our only rules are:
1) Each film must be 12 minutes or under.**
2) Films will only be screened if the filmmakers are present.
Feature Film Corner:
1) Each film must be 80 minutes or over and must have a trailer.
2) The filmmakers must be present at the film night for a Q&A with the Festival audience.
2. Submission Format
Films must be submitted via FilmFreeway ONLY.
Only one version of the film will be reviewed by our programmers so only submit your film when it's ready.
3. Festival Screenings - for selected films ONLY
Selected films will be requested to provide a Digital Cinema Package (DCP) in order to be screened.
All foreign language films must have English subtitles.
4. Scheduling - for selected films ONLY
Whilst every effort will be made to adhere to the published schedule, we reserves the right to make changes at any time for any reason. The London Rolling Film Festival will not be liable for any costs claimed as a result of a change in scheduling.
Your fee is non-refundable. If your film does not match the criteria listed above and you still submit your film, we will not consider your film and will not refund your fee.
**Exceptions might be made but we highly recommend to keep your short films as short as possible.