The Russian International Film Festival
The Russian International Film Festival has been set up to give audiences a chance to see films that might not be available in other local public venues, while also inspiring local film makers with access to workshops led by leading industry experts.
The film festival’s best movies will be shown in Belorechensk at LUKOMORYE located at the following address: Russia, Krasnodar region, Belorechensk district, Belorechensk, at ul. Lenin, 74
Film exhibition date: April 24, 2016.
This day, you will be able not only to watch the film festival’s best movies on the screen, but also to communicate with your colleagues in a comfortable atmosphere, order some meals, and take rest before the future shootings.
The list of movies selected for exhibition by the jury will be presented in the Official Selection section of our official website.
Our main target group is the generation of developing young filmmakers but we are very delighted at every entry. The essence of this success is to motivate common activity among young inland filmmakers and other international organizations taking part in the audiovisual program.
We support variety and so our film choices will never follow a set genre. This will allow audiences to sample cinema that they have either never considered or perhaps haven’t had the chance to experience before. We are hoping to give filmmakers, young and old, more reason to pick up their equipment and make the most of what they have. With the ability to film on your phone and the cost of professional equipment dropping constantly, it’s never been easier to make a film.
Submit your screener or media digitally through Film Freeway:
Best Feature, Best Short Film, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Cinematography, Best Screenplay, Best Animation, Best Documentary, Best Editing, Best Original Music, Best Commercial, Best Music Video
Films made with a copyright within 2 years of submission date and premiers are given priority in the selection process, but all films are welcome for submission in the
Programmed works may be excerpted (up to 2 minutes) for television and other promotional purposes.
All filmmakers submitting a short film for consideration must guarantee that they own all rights associated with their entry including the rights/permissions for use of accompanying music. Please ensure that you have all necessary releases.
The festival official language is English. Dialogs which are different from English must have English subtitles.
Films must be submitted via online screener method only. Please DO NOT mail DVDs.
Participants will be notified via email of the selection results.