Arctic: Call for Films!
SUBMISSIONS FOR ARCTIC FILMS (Now Closed)
Highlight Arctic is a project which seeks to celebrate art and culture from the circumpolar north through a series of multi-art events taking place in the UK and the Arctic: including music, films, literary performances and workshops. The main aim of Highlight Arctic is to challenge existing stereotypes UK audiences have of the High North, and to bring forward the voices of those living and working in the region.
We are currently looking for feature-length and short films produced in the Arctic regions or which in some way relate to them. We are open to all forms, techniques and styles.
Films will be screened as part of the Highlight Arctic Film Festival in March 2017. Some films may be screened prior to that, subject to agreement.
Scroll down for Submission Guidelines.
We accept the following formats only:
File formats on USB
Online viewing link
DVDs and USBs should be sent to:
Highlight Arts /
The Melting Pot, 5 Rose Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2PR
(Please note that we are unfortunately not able to return DVDs or USBs.)
Online viewing links should be send to: email@example.com
Include the following Required Information with your submission:
- English-language title
- Name of director/s
- Running time
- Country/countries of origin
- Genre (fiction, documentary, animation, experimental or music video)
- Year of production
- A short rationale (100 words or fewer) outlining your film’s connection to the Arctic
Where applicable, please also include the following Optional Information:
- Original-language title
- Film’s official website and/or social media links
- List of previous screenings/national releases
We are happy to receive multiple submissions, provided that the details above are included for each film.
THERE IS PRESENTLY NO SUBMISSION DEADLINE.
For more information contact:
Yasmin Al-Hadithi // firstname.lastname@example.org // +44 (0) 7727 643 849
And take a look around our website for upcoming events, previous happenings, blog posts and more!
Supported by Film Hub Scotland, part of the BFI’s Film Audience Network.