SE10 Film Festival is a brand new film festival set up by film students at the University of Greenwich.
We aim to collaborate and unite students and film enthusiasts of London town to celebrate the works and talent of young artists of today and tomorrow.
We will be hosting a two day film festival event on 8th & 9th May 2015.
We welcome all short film/ music video submissions from any student or person under 25 located within London.
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Best Film - for each category
Terrific Director - for each category
Finest performance - for each category
First-class cinematography - for each category
Ace sound and editing - for each category
Best Epic Fail - only for Epic Fails category
Neat Music Video
1. All participants must be either currently in education (college/undergraduate/ postgraduate) or under the age of 25.
2. Recent alumni of University of Greenwich are encouraged to submit films. (Recent meaning a maximum of 3 years since graduation - age and location restrictions do not apply to alumni).
3. All participants have to currently reside in London or within a 10 mile radius.
4. Film files must be uploaded through our online system (no Vimeo, Youtube, etc. links), with a minimum video quality of 720p (Full HD quality is recommended).
5. All film genres and music videos are accepted.
6. We accept films created both as a part of a coursework or any other personal projects.
7. Maximum film length: 15 minutes
8. We cannot accept films containing:
extreme nudity; sexual, harmful, dangerous, violent or graphic content;
content that promotes or condones violence against individuals or groups based on race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, nationality, veteran status or sexual orientation/gender identity;
or content whose primary purpose is inciting hatred on the basis of these core characteristics.
9. Depending on the number of submissions we receive for a category, the organisers reserve the right to merge two or more categories. The submitted films to the those categories will be judged together. This will happen only if a category has less than 10 submissions.