The Electric Shorts Film Festival, run by filmmaker Jim Stamatakos, is back in 2016 and they are currently calling for entries. All the details are below:
Festival Director of the Electric Shorts Film Festival Jim Stamatakos has just announced which films will screen at this year’s festival.
Electric Shorts is proud to announce the program for 2014.
Irresistible Frocks 2013 Australia 12min
Dir: Erin McCuskey
Kevin’s Book 2013 Australia 13min
Dir: Lyle Carroll
Life 2013 Australia 9min
Dir: Jonathan Adams
Life’s a Pitch 2013 Australia 8min
Dir: Sam Tremayne
Mineral Machine Music 2014 Australia 9min
Dir: Mitch Goodwin
Nerds in Love 2013 Australia 12min
Dir: Sean Rodrigo
Safe Space 2013 New Zealand 3min
Dir: Andrew Merlino
The Man Who Fed His Shadow 2012 Greece 18min
Dir: Mario Garefo
The Old Tree 2014 Iran 11min
Dir: Farnoosh Abedi
The Workshop 2014 Australia 2min
Dir: Josie Wadelton
Weird Feeling 2014 Germany 4min
Dir: Urs Heckmann
Zero O’Clock 2014 Australia 13min
Dir: Gregory Pakis
For those interested in attending the Electric Shorts Film Festival here are all the details.
Make sure you check out Part 2 of The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show to hear the curator of the Electric Shorts Film Festival, Jim Stamatakos, talking about this year’s festival which will be held on the 3rd October.
This week on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Dave, Nick, Adam and Greg take a look at new release films ‘Stories We Tell’, ‘The Turning’, ‘One Direction: This Is Us’, ‘Lovelace’, ‘Runner Runner’, ‘I Am A Girl’ and ‘Grown Up 2’ . This episode also features interviews with Morgan Spurlock, Gemma Arterton, Adam Sandler, David Spade, Kevin James and Electric Shorts Film Festival director, Jim Stamatakos. As part as their ongoing 50th episode celebrations the boys also look at their favorite diretorss to watch on the big screen and launch a new competition thanks to Transmission Films.
To listen to the show you can download it for free from our Podcast Channel – Listen/Download here
ELECTRIC SHORTS celebrating its 10th year, is once again CALLING FOR ENTRIES
Looking for shorts under 30 minutes, any genre, any format, that have been fully self funded by the filmmaker.
Application forms and regulations can be downloaded from the website, or requested by email (email@example.com)
Closing date for entries Friday September 13th
Wednesday October 2, 2013, 7.30pm
LOOP 23 Meyers Place
For further information visit:
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
There are so many film festivals around these days so how do you know which are the good ones to go to. Well check out our article on the Helium Entertainment Channel and you’ll soon know which are the best festivals to go to.