MISSION & OBJECTIVE
Literal Magazine is proud to celebrate its 10th anniversary by holding its first short film competition Literally Short Film Awards. Literally Short is an event initiated by our drive to bridge Latin American and American cultures onto one collaborative stage that stimulates international artistic expression. Our mission is to promote innovative approaches to social change through the arts and cultural influences. Our passion for film lies in its exquisite capacity to merge a multitude of arts into one expression; thus, Literally Short Film Awards seeks to dissolve all geographical boundaries into one platform that equally voices all cultures.
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
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Maximum film duration: 15:00 minutes (including credits).
Filmmakers must be at least 18 years old to enter.
Films may not be publicly available online prior to submission, and winning films may not be made publicly available online until after the awards ceremony.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
By submitting a film to the Literary Short Film Awards (LSFA), filmmaker grants permission to the LSFA to screen the film, in whole or in part, for any or all promotions, compilations, screenings, and at any events sponsored or co-sponsored by Literal Magazine including but not limited to the awards ceremony. Literal Magazine may contract separately with winners to discuss including the film into Literal's biannual DVD of LSFA winners. Accepted films may not screen online prior to the award ceremony once they have been submitted. The filmmaker submitting the film hereby warrants that he/she/it is over the age of 18, and is authorized to commit the film for screening, and understands and accepts these requirements and regulations. Filmmaker agrees that all rights and permissions for any materials contained within said entry, including all music rights, photographs, film clips, voice recordings, have been granted, and Filmmaker will indemnify and hold LSFA harmless from any or all disputes and claims that may arise from these rights and permissions granted.