Waterford City & County Council's Arts resource site
Kilmore Quay in South County Wexford from Friday 22nd – Sunday 24th September 2017.
Artists and filmmakers are asked to submit films for the 5th annual Wexford Documentary Film Festival.
This film festival has been gaining strength and popularity by providing the opportunity to see award winning national and international documentary films. While there is a strong emphasis to screen films that explore social, political and environmental concerns it also includes an opportunity for artists and filmmakers to submit work to be included in the festival.
There are different categories for submissions:
Documentary Films – The theme for this category is “Community”. The idea of community can be explored in the broadest sense and is open to how filmmakers and artists may wish to interpret it.
Artist, Marine Themed & Off-Site Films – These will be screened outside the main programming of films and will be located in sites other than the Stella Maris. Some of the off-site locations proposed are the local chip shop, the supermarket and a number of other sites that are in the process of being confirmed. Films can be any genre and length and are not confined to documentary.
The 3 Minute Challenge – This proves to be a very popular category each year, often with but not confined to, submissions from students, artists and local Wexford entrants. The maximum length of each film should be 3 minutes. Films can be any genre or theme and are not confined to documentary.
The deadline for submission is extended to Monday 19th of June.
All submissions are free.
Submissions for all categories are made through the Wexford Documentary Film Festival’s webpage.http://wexforddocumentaryfilmfestival.ie/
For more information and guidelines please go to http://wexforddocumentaryfilmfestival.ie/
Film Festival, Kilmore Quay, Wexford, Co.Wexford, Ireland.