Bristol Radical Film Festival 2014: Call for Films
From the 3rd to the 9th of March 2014 the Bristol Radical Film Festival returns with another packed programme of oppositional documentary and fiction film from around the world. Opening at The Cube Microplex, Bristol’s volunteer-run not-for-profit cinema, the festival tours a variety of progressive, community-based spaces before culminating in a weekend of screenings, talks, workshops and debates at The Arc, a four-storey community centre in the heart of the city dedicated to activism and social change.
Once again the festival will feature a dedicated competition strand of short filmmaking, and is seeking contributions from individuals and collectives in the UK and further afield:
Submission is free and open to all.
Running-times must not exceed 15 minutes.
The deadline for submissions is December 31st 2013.
Please bear in mind that while this is an overtly political film festival, our definition of ‘radical’ is an open one: we are interested in films radical in topic, content, form (or all of the above).
Contributors should upload their films to a video-sharing or file-transfer site and send the link to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re unsure of how to submit your film, send us an email and we can guide you through the process. We will let you know if your film has been chosen in early 2014.