Call for entries 2023 ✨

Töölö Film Fest has opened submissions for the International and National competitions.

The festival’s mission is to celebrate films from around the world. We hope to provide a venue for filmmakers to exhibit their latest work and meet other filmmakers.

The TÖFF screenings are shown in a cozy theater called Korjaamo Kino. Korjaamo is not only a movie theatre but also a concert venue, restaurant and photographic art gallery. It’s the perfect location to house Töölö Film Festival. The venue is centrally located but easily accessible by public transport, bike or car.

The organizers are people working in the film industry and all are united by a passion for filmmaking.

We warmly welcome you to participate in our event which will be held in Helsinki, Finland in April 2023. 😊

Töölö Film Fest offer awards for both National and International categories as follows:
▪️Best Short Fiction
▪️Best Short Documentary
▪️Best Experimental Short Film
▪️Best Music video

Winners of each category will receive a Laurel and digital certificate. 🎗

✓ We accept films from anywhere and in any language, but all films must have English subtitles. All genres welcome.

✓ All films must have been made in or after 2020.

✓ Short films must not exceed 20 minutes.

✓ By submitting your film, you give us consent and right to screen your film in front of a live audience. You agree that Töölö Film Fest can use parts of your film (including trailer/teaser/photos/ film poster) for promotional purpose.

✓ Submissions are non-refundable. No screening fee for selected film. Not all nominated films will be screened.

✓ Premiere not required.

✓ In order to submit a film, you must own the rights or have permission from the owner.

✓ A downloadable high definition link (.mov or .mp4) of the film is required in case the movie is selected to be screened.

✓ Multiple entries are allowed, however a separate entry form must be submitted for each.

✓ Töölö Film Fest holds the right to screen the winning films in other related events inside Finland.