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Going Underground - International Short Film Festival in the Berlin Subway
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Organized by the Berliner Fenster in cooperation with Interfilm Berlin Management, Going Underground is a festival of ultra short films. Films submitted to the festival must not be longer than 90 seconds, they must be silent (but not for online screening) and without violent or obscene content. In the main section, Going Underground Award, fourteen selected films are screened in Berlin's underground trains. The public then votes for the best film by sending an SMS or via the internet.
More than 6,100 monitors in Berlin and Seoul subways, will transform 2.7 million passengers into an underground movie audience for two weeks! Viewers can vote for their favorite of the 26 participating films: September 16 – 30, 2013.
Entries for competition should be no longer than 90 seconds. They may be free of sound and dialogues for screening in the subways and free of extreme violent or obscene content. But you can use sound for the online screening.
There is no limit as to the year of production of films and videos. Film size: 1280 x 720 or 720 x 576 pixel. (MPEG4 , H264)
The four winning film makers will be rewarded with prizes of
1. Prize 3,000 EUR
2. Prize 2,000 EUR
3. Prize 1,000 EUR
Special Award Best Korean Film: 1. Million WON
Application Deadline is the 25th July 2013
Going Underground - International Short Film Festival in the Berlin Subway Tempelhofer Ufer 1a
10961 Berlin back