Submissions open now for Dublin Smartphone Film Festival 2020


 

Film Submissions are now open for the third Dublin Smartphone Film Festival. The festival will be returning for 2020 after two widely successful sold out events. As Irelands only Smartphone Film Festival, the DUBSMARTFF aims to inspire budding directors as well as celebrate National and International filmmakers using Smartphones exclusively to tell their stories.

Dublin Smartphone Film Festival, organised by Film In Dublin alum Robert Fitzhugh, is accepting submissions now for their next festival from both local and International Filmmakers. They are expanding the scope of the event to include and Under 16 Category, looking for younger budding Filmmakers to submit their films either as individuals or in groups. Other Categories include best Fiction, Music video, Documentary, Animation, and 360/VR film. The festival advises that all entries should be no longer than 15 minutes in length. In 2019, the festival received over 100 submissions from over 24 countries and regions, ultimately screening the best 26 of the submissions at the event with the moving The Missing Things (Australia) directed by Jason Van Genderen winning the Grand prize.

After the success of the first two years, the Dubsmartff team are expecting an even larger number of submissions for year three. The festival programmers are on the lookout for captivating stories that take full advantage of the technology.

The Dublin Smartphone Film Festival is set to take place in January 2020 with the venue being announced in
the coming weeks.

The festival is open for submissions for 2020. Submission fees apply.

Entries can be sent to festival organizers via the Film Freeway portal found below.
https://filmfreeway.com/festival/DublinSmartphoneFilmfestival

Visit the Dublin Smartphone Film Festival online at  or
on social @dubsmarff

Luke Dunne
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Luke is a writer, film addict and Dublin native who loves how much there is for film fans in his home county. A former writer for FilmFixx and the Freakin' Awesome Network, he founded Film In Dublin to pursue his dual dreams of writing about film and never sleeping ever again.

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