This is the 9th year running on Anglesey and we are welcoming films from anywhere in the world. We would obviously like to understand your film, so please subtitle them if they are not in English.
We screen the competition films via live link up so you can watch from home the unfolding of the days events.
All that we require is that you mention the "Sea" via dialogue or visually, with a timecode reference to where you feature "the Sea" or we cannot accept your entry.

We will NOT watch your film if you do not mark the TIMECODE where you mention the "SEA" in your SYNOPSIS. Please.

Judges yet to be confirmed (normally industry folks) will choose the finalists of each category at the public screening in the cinema on Saturday 21st October, then have another screening of the winners, on the following day Sunday 22nd 2023. We do hope you can join us.

Anglesey is an Island off the coast of Wales and Holyhead is part of Holy Island an island off Anglesey. The Ucheldre centre is the Arts centre here on the Holy Isle and the cinema for the event is here. Ucheldre is A Welsh language word for Higher Town which is where the arts centre is based. It is in an area of outstanding beauty and the venue itself is also a beautiful building and well worth a visit.

We have loved connecting with other sea lovers and filmmakers since 2014 and we look forward to seeing your films this year.

Safe sailing, love from Angharad Parry - Festival Director.
'Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover' - Mark Twain

Silver Awens Awarded to best in category. The Druid symbol for Inspiration, handmade on Anglesey.

Entrants WITHOUT a note of TIMECODE
Where you feature "the sea" in your SYNOPSIS will automatically be disqualified!!!!
For every category.

Eg: @ 0:1:23 a clip of the sea
Eg: @ 00: 01:23 Character says "the sea"

All that we ask is that you mention the sea via dialogue or visually then you can become an entrant.
We welcome all languages so please subtitle if not in English.

Please email a link to your film complete with passwords if necessary.
We may require a copy of your film on DVD if you are accepted, we cannot send these back.

You can also send us your film on USB STICK
PLEASE fill in an entry form found at and click on SeeMôr

Overall Rating
  • Rui Bastos Gonçalves

    We were very honoured to have been selected and have won a prize at this wonderful festival.
    We were very sad we couldn't make it in person, but the team was always very communicative and helpful. We hope to make it there next year, as it is such a beautiful place!

    October 2022
  • lily gontard

    I'm humbled that my film Whalefall was a finalist for the SeeMor Films Festival. It was an in-person event and I was unable to attend, but it looked like a great day with a fantastic line up. Communication with the fest was great beforehand.

    October 2022
  • Keith Farrell

    Great festival run by a dedicated team of volunteers. Thanks for selecting Another Happy Ever After.

    November 2021
  • Sanna Allsopp

    A beautiful festival we were proud to be a part of.

    November 2021
  • I love the notion of a 'Sea' specific festival. Since I already have a great love for the sea it often appears in my work. I was beyond thrilled that 'The Fall Chorus' was selected as their winner of best music video. Great communication from the team. A high quality festival run with a love of the subject and film and I have nothing but huge appreciation and admiration for the whole team there. A quality festival.

    November 2021