FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Free to submit. Free to screen. Free and open to the public.
Screenings take place in different towns and cities across the country!
Mission of MAFF
MAFF was founded and established by Hermes Translation Studio and SEA Mi since 2015. Our mission is to promote mutual understanding between locals and non-locals through films, which present and capture intercultural issues. MAFF is financially supported by Department of Youth Affairs in Taoyuan City.
Festival will first take place in Taoyuan on 21-22& 28-29 ,November, 2015
Submission Deadline – 2, October, 2015
The submission fee is FREE.
Share your short film with our local audiences!
Screenings will take place at official festival venues, including, but not limited to: Taoyuan city
The Festival reserves the right to use images from selected films for Festival marketing purposes.
The Festival does not pay screening fees for accepted submissions.
Best extreme short-degree
Films must be submitted on DVD or digital file for festival screening.
Films must be available for screening during the Film Festival.
Non-English language films must have subtitles.
Festival is only open for fiction, animation, experimental and documentary short films.
Migrant workers in Taiwan, storytelling of children with foreign parents; interracial relationship in Taiwan; transnational culture and identity; multicultural imaginations in Taiwan
Short films: Films must be 30 minutes or less.
60 seconds film: a maximum of 60 seconds (credit included) can participate in this category.
Short films: filmfreeway
60 seconds film: by filmfreeway, email, shared link (such as youtube, dropbox), and DVD with one page press kit (synopsis, director’s name, contact information)
Please email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Or send regular mail to No.7, Ln. 44, Yanping Rd., Taoyuan Dist., Taoyuan City 330, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
The festival has the right to disqualify a winning film for any reasons, without having to explain the reasons to the submitter.
DVD and digital files