8th Annual

European Film Festival

October 28, 2014 to November 24, 2014

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Narrative Feature (budget under €15k)
Narrative Feature. Film budget must be under €15k ($15k USD).
Narrative Feature (budget under €150k)
Narrative Feature. Film budget must be under €150k ($150k USD).
Narrative Feature (budget over €150k)
Narrative Feature. Film budget may exceed €150k ($150k USD).
Documentary Feature
Short Documentary (under 30 minutes)
Short documentaries of under 30 minutes.
Experimental Film (under 30 minutes)
Short Film (under 50 minutes)
Short Short (under 5 minutes)
Animated Short (under 50 minutes)
Music Video
Feature Screenplay
Comedy Screenplay


The European Film Festival's mission is to bring quality international independent film to the widest possible audience in Europe and beyond.

The Festival aims to provide a cultural alternative to the commercial film experience, to support independent filmmakers, and promote the art of filmmaking

The European Film Festival was established to utilize the power of film to further the goal of inter-cultural understanding among nations and to assist in the building of a shared artistic experience.

No medium is better positioned than film to enable people to understand, question and affect the world around them.


The European Film Festival, held every October/November in a different European City. The 2014 host city is Berlin, Germany. Following the host city Festival, the EFF goes on a tour of European Universities. The festival showcases the best of international independent film. The Festival screens dozens of narrative features, documentaries, shorts, and music videos. Now in its eighth year, the Festival has grown into a world-class event, uniting new filmmakers with critics, scholars, film students, and the movie-loving public.

The European Film Festival is dedicated to new filmmakers. We accept films in every genre, on any topic, from every country around the world. Special attention is paid to new directors, and films that overcome budget limitations in new and innovative ways. The European Film Festival brings attention to the most talented emerging filmmakers, showcasing their work to audiences around Europe.


Toby Miller (Festival Registrar); Toby Miller (Festival Registrar)


Films must not have had any commercial theatrical play in the EU. The European Film Festival does not require films to be world or EU premieres. Screenplays must not have been produced.

Films in a language other than English must be subtitled in English for Festival presentation. Screenplays must be in English.

For submission purposes, DVDs/Blu Rays may be works-in-progress, films with temporary soundtracks, or digital outputs


The European Film Festival is free to show this project as part of its festival in any screening venue associated with the Festival and the Festival Tour during the festival period.

The European Film Festival holds no rights over the project outside of the festival period.

The submitter agrees to festival participation.

The submitter declares that they are legally authorized to act as decision maker for the project submitted.