Welcome to the third edition of Andaras Traveling Film Festival, focused on travel, the discovery of the world and its flavours.

This is why we started a collaboration with Slow Food, a major international no-profit association committed to give the right value to food, in respect of those who produce, in harmony with the environment and ecosystems, thanks to the knowledge of which they are custodians of territories and local traditions.

Our Festival is dedicated to all of those for whom traveling around the world, knowing distant lands and people, is the shortest way to reach oneself.
The journey can not be determined by movement alone, by the pure geographic shift from one place to another, because, more than any other human activity; traveling is a mood, a search, a knowledge of oneself and of others, a witness, the starting point of every arrival.
Ulysses was traveling, today's migrants are traveling like yesterday's, who goes around the world travels to making a living, solitary navigators and NGO volunteers, journalists and writers, photographers and filmmakers who would want to tell the worlds stories. 
In the Sardinian language, "Andaras" indicates travel, but also the paths that the shepherds used to travel during the long winter transhumance in search of more lush pastures, the same paths that, since the antiquity, were travelled by the miners. And it is in Sardinia, in Fluminimaggiore and Buggerru, villages of mines, shepherds and fishermen, that the Festival will be held, from 20th to 25th of July, between the sea and the mountains of the South-West coast, the most evocative and wild of the island.

The Festival will be divided into six days, each of which is dedicated to the screening of the works in competition, to meetings with filmmakers, writers and photographers, good food and good music.

There are seven different categories in the competition:
1. “Super Shorts”
Short films both fiction or documentary, of a maximum duration of 180 seconds;

2. “Docu-Shorts”
Non-fiction short films, of a maximum duration of 30 minutes;

3. “Narrative Shorts”
Dedicated to fiction short films, of a maximum duration of 20 minutes

4. "Gazes from the World"
dedicated to experimental, fiction and documentary short films, not strictly connected with others categories, of a maximum duration of 15 minutes.

5. “Animation”
Animated short films, of a maximum duration of 15 minutes.


6. “Narrative Short Food”
Dedicated to fiction short films, food-themed, of a maximum duration of 20 minutes;

7. “Docu-Short Food”
Non-fiction short films, food-themed, of a maximum duration of 30 minutes.

The works sent must have the theme “the trip” or “the world of food”, expressed in any of their many facets.
The jury is composed of members appointed by the Festival management, chosen from national and international experts.

Best Super Short
Best Short Documentary
Best Short Narrative
Best Gazes from the World
Best Narrative Short Food
Best Docs-Short Food
Special Prize of the Jury
Special “Andaras” Prize

Sending the works involves the acceptance of all the terms and the rules of the Festival. Please read all the rules before sending the project.

Only those who hold the rights or the persons and companies appointed by them can register the project.

No fee will be paid for the screening of the shorts in competition.
The deadline for the submission of works is set for April 18th, 2021. Instead, the date on which the selected works will be announced for May 5th. Only films made after 2016 that have the theme of the trip are accepted. All submitted works must have subtitles in English. Each author can send a maximum of one work per category. All the selected works will receive the "Festival Laurel".
By sending the works to the competition, the rights holders authorize the screening of the work as part of the "ANDARAS Film Festival", they also authorize, for the sole purpose of promoting the Festival, the free insertion of sequences of the work in national and international television networks and on the internet (Youtube, Vimeo, etc.). The Festival reserves the right to affix its logo and to create subtitles on the video extracts of the works.
The works submitted to the competition will not be duplicated, copied, projected and / or presented outside the official places where the "ANDARAS Film Festival" takes place, without prejudice to further projections and national and international collaborations carried out for educational and cultural purposes. and promotion of the Festival, not for commercial purposes. The holders of the rights authorize the publication of their data on the official website of the Festival, as well as their possible diffusion to the press for promotional purposes. The registration to the Festival's mailing list is also authorized, according to the law. Personal data will be processed in accordance with the European GDPR 2016/679 and D.Lg. 196 of 2003 and subsequent modifications and additions and will not be disclosed or communicated to third parties.

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Overall Rating
  • Matthias Schneemann

    We were selected for the festival's second edition. But to be honest - it felt like they've been doing this for 20 years already.
    Everybody at Andaras was working really hard to make the festival work, despite all the Covid-restrictions (all volunteers!). When we needed a reservation at a restaurant or couldn't understand the panels (all in Italian), we were taken care of. During the day there were activities planned in the area and every night we went to see the films that have been selected. All right in front of a beautiful backdrop right at the Mediterranean Sea.
    The staff made us feel very welcome and we spent some quality time with a few of the local filmmakers. Thus we didn't just go there to screen our film and to see other films. We also learned a bit about Sardinia, its people and culture. And on the final night - after an awesome Sardinian comedy film and the awards ceremony - we went to get some drinks with the festival staff in the village... until the neighbours chased us away :)

    October 2020
  • Anya Siberia

    Huge thank you to ANDARAS team for selecting our film, what an honor! We weren't able to attend this year due to travel restrictions but it looked like such a great time! We are hoping to be able to attend next year and are really looking forward to meeting all the wonderful organizers and filmmakers!

    September 2020
  • Davide Ludovisi

    It's certainly an original and interesting festival. It takes place in a beautiful location and the jury is made up of important people from the film and documentary sector in Italy, so it represents a pretty good opportunity to make your work known. Unfortunately, there was an agreement with the accommodation facilities only for the jury and journalists and not for the authors/filmmakers, that would would be much appreciated (also because the location is placed in a small and isolated little town and there are very few accommodations available in high tourist season). However, it's a festival that will continue to grow and improve, also thanks to the chosen theme, a further guarantee of quality.

    August 2020
  • Amazing to have participated on the festival

    July 2019
  • Mehmet Tığlı

    It’s a great honor to be a part of this amazing festival. Congratulations to all team of festival.

    July 2019