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The UK Film Festival welcomes features from all over the world from any genre and budget level. These films should be over 40 minutes long and com... More
The UK Film Festival welcomes features from all over the world from any genre and budget level. These films should be over 40 minutes long and completed after 1 January 2015. The Films will compete for the Best Feature Film Award. Recent category highlights have included Oscar winners "Ida" from Poland and "The Broken Circle Breakdown" from Belgium as well as Esio Trot starring Dustin Hoffman, Judy Dench and James Corden. There have also been many much lower budget features including previous winners "Nocturne" and "Tell Tale Heart." Less

This category welcomes films from the UK and from all over the world including all budgets and genres. It offers the Biggest cash prize for short film... More
This category welcomes films from the UK and from all over the world including all budgets and genres. It offers the Biggest cash prize for short film in the UK. These films should be under 40 minutes long and completed after 1 January 2016 Although the UK Film Festival screens the work of established filmmakers it also champions new-comers who may not yet have had the opportunity for a prestigious screening of their work. The Category awards include Best International Short Film and Best British Short. The jury also grants special awards for excellence. These films should be under 40 minutes and have been completed after January 2013. Previous Official Selection have included the 2018 Oscar nominee, "DeKalb Elementary" as well as the 2017 Oscar winner "Stutterer"; the 2015 Oscar winner "The Phone Call"; the 2015 BAFTA winner “Boogaloo and Graham”; and the 2017 Bafta winner “Operator.” Less

The UK Film Festival continues to promote great feature documentaries from all over the world. Accepted entries should be 40 minutes or more in le... More
The UK Film Festival continues to promote great feature documentaries from all over the world. Accepted entries should be 40 minutes or more in length and be completed after 1 January 2016. Films will compete for the Best Feature Documentary Award. Less

In one of its most exciting screening programmes the UK Film Festival continues to feature cutting edge music videos from around the world. These f... More
In one of its most exciting screening programmes the UK Film Festival continues to feature cutting edge music videos from around the world. These films should be under 10 minutes and have been completed after 1 January 2016. Films will compete for the Best Music Video Award. Less

Animations over 40 minutes should be entered into the Feature Film Category. Short Animation entries from the UK and from across the world are wel... More
Animations over 40 minutes should be entered into the Feature Film Category. Short Animation entries from the UK and from across the world are welcomed for this prestigious category. Films competing for the Best Animated Short Award should have been completed after 1 January 2016 One of our recent winners was the 2018 Oscar nominee "Negative Space". Less

The UK Film Festival accepts documentaries from all over the world. These compete for Best Documentary Short Award, should be under 40 minutes in ... More
The UK Film Festival accepts documentaries from all over the world. These compete for Best Documentary Short Award, should be under 40 minutes in length and have been completed after 1 January 2016. Films will compete for the Best Documentary Short Award. We helped facilitated the broadcast of the documentary “Why don’t we do it in the Road” on Channel 4 – one of the UK’s leading TV broadcasters. Less

One of the UK Film Festival's missions is to discover and champion new voices in filmmaking. The festival accepts entries from students all ov... More
One of the UK Film Festival's missions is to discover and champion new voices in filmmaking. The festival accepts entries from students all over the world. The films should be under 40 minutes in length and completed by 1 January 2016 while the filmmaker was studying full time. Films will compete for the Best Student Film Award. Festival highlights have included films from prestigious film schools including; London Film School, NYU and UCLA including the 2018 Oscar Nominee "Dekalb Elementary". Less

Can you tell a screen story in 3 minutes? Go to www.ukfilmfestival.com for more details. It is highly recommended that you submit through our othe... More
Can you tell a screen story in 3 minutes? Go to www.ukfilmfestival.com for more details. It is highly recommended that you submit through our other Withoutabox Platform, UK Film Festival London Script Competitions https://www.withoutabox.com/01festival/01t_acc/01t_acc_edit.php?festival_id=18099 All scripts entered on this Withoutabox platform have the same deadline as the film submissions i.e. September 16. However, email submissions can be accepted till 9 January 2020. Email murray@ukfilmfestival.com for clarification. The script judging will be completed by January 31, 2020. Less

Could your feature script be the next big thing? Please go to www.ukfilmfestival.com for details. All scripts entered on this Withoutabox platfo... More
Could your feature script be the next big thing? Please go to www.ukfilmfestival.com for details. All scripts entered on this Withoutabox platform have a deadline of September 16. However EMAIL submissions continue to be accepted till 9 January 2020. Email murray@ukfilmfestival.com for clarification. Less


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