Thursday, 21 April 2011

British Council Arts

Film festivals create an audience and an appetite for short films that is invaluable. The British Council plays an instrumental role in finding and nurturing talented new filmmakers and has long recognised the need to provide them with a platform for presenting their work at key international events. As such, we are often the first port of call for international programmers seeking out what’s hot and new from the UK.

We run a long-established and unique scheme where we promote selected films (from the thousand or so submitted to us each year) to the list of 50-60 major international film festivals we work with. There are no deadlines, all genres are eligible and generally anything under 45 minutes is classed as a short

Less than 45 minutes. This is the usual cut-off point for festivals to consider films 'short'. Documentaries may be considered up to 60 minutes
Anything over a year old is unlikely to be selected by festivals for more information visit:

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