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2nd Berlin Illambra Film Festival

From Nov. 2, 2019 until Nov. 3, 2019

Regulations

We welcome all forms of films made by film makers who have the guts & heart to go with their own style and stories - may they be macabre, unsympathetic, quiet, violent, dreamy or anything else.

We pay for accomodation for all selected films to encourage and support their travel to the Berlin for the Festival. The event aims to create a relaxed and friendly atmosphere where guests feel welcomed and at home - networking, mingling and simply having a good time. Participating at the festival should be a valuable experience, not just another screening in an unknown place.

Below follows a group of genres which is what we look for when putting our program together. Obviously all these genres can be both documentary and fiction, and a mix of any combination possible, which we naturally welcome.

*Sagas & Myths
*Poetic / Essay / Fictional Nature & Wildlife
*Experimental & Non Narrative
*Comedy & Drama
*Post-Apocalyptic & Dystopic
*Erotic & Sexual adventures and essays
*Sci-fi's and Fantasy
*Monster & Horror

Regardless of genre our programming core is the own style and storytelling. Roars in anger and whispers in pain, sexual and violent urges joyfull or painfull, esoteric mysticism or a straight narrative - all and everything in between is welcome.

Apart from marketing the event to local audience we send out special invitations to different local berlin and international film organisations such as Magazines, Galleries, Film clubs, Production companies etc that work with experimental, independent and genre cinema.

All films are invited to our VoD Platform Illambra. We launched 2018 building completely from scratch and use a straight forward 50/50 model for revenue. For us it's first and foremost about true independent films finding a home online where they can be hosted and presented together in a qualitative manner. We're looking to build a solid library over time, presenting authors rather than titles, and grow the user base organically.


Rules & Terms
-There is no limit as to how many films a Film Maker can submit. However, each film can only be submitted once in one single category. If your film is suiting in more than one category, then please choose the one you find most suiting.

-Completion date does not influence the submission selection.

-Previous Festival history for the Film does not influence the submission selection. Neither Films displayed in multiple festivals nor World premieres are given priority.

-Please make sure that your submission includes a Film Synopsis a Director Biography and a still photo from the film as these are needed to produce Film Festival material such as webpresentation, flyers, posters etc.

-No refunds.

- The sender of the submitted film is responsible for all copyrights. The applicant is legally authorized to enter the film in the festival and, if selected for the festival, authorized to give screening permission.

-The applicant has secured all necessary rights for both picture and sound, and exhibition will not violate or infringe upon any rights, including but not limited to music, images, and content.

-If selected for the festival the applicant acknowledges and agrees that the film will be displayed in front of a live audience.

-The film remains the property of the author.

Berlin Originals: Experimental / Docu / Fiction

Earlybird submission deadline: Dec. 29, 2018 for 7.00 €

Comedy / Drama / Erotic - ALL LENGTHS

Early Bird deadline: Dec. 29, 2018 for 7.00 €

Saga / Myth / Dystopic / Fantasy / Sci-Fi - ALL LENGTHS

Early Bird deadline: Dec. 29, 2018 for 7.00 €

Experimental / Documentary / Ficiton SHORT FILMS

Early Bird deadline: Dec. 29, 2018 for 7.00 €

About

This Festival was founded in 2017

Berlin Illambra Film Festival - celebration & promotion of True Independent Films in Berlin.

We welcome all forms of films made by film makers who have the guts & heart to go with their own style and stories - may they be macabre, unsympathetic, quiet, violent, dreamy or anything else.

We pay for accomodation for all selected films to encourage and support their travel to the Berlin for the Festival. The event aims to create a relaxed and friendly atmosphere where guests feel welcomed and at home - networking, mingling and simply having a good time. Participating at the festival should be a valuable experience, not just another screening in an unknown place.

Below follows a group of genres which is what we look for when putting our program together. Obviously all these genres can be both documentary and fiction, and a mix of any combination possible, which we naturally welcome.

*Sagas & Myths
*Poetic / Essay / Fictional Nature & Wildlife
*Experimental & Non Narrative
*Comedy & Drama
*Post-Apocalyptic & Dystopic
*Erotic & Sexual adventures and essays
*Sci-fi's and Fantasy
*Monster & Horror

Regardless of genre our programming core is the own style and storytelling. Roars in anger and whispers in pain, sexual and violent urges joyfull or painfull, esoteric mysticism or a straight narrative - all and everything in between is welcome.

Apart from marketing the event to local audience we send out special invitations to different local berlin and international film organisations such as Magazines, Galleries, Film clubs, Production companies etc that work with experimental, independent and genre cinema.

All films are invited to our VoD Platform Illambra. We launched 2018 building completely from scratch and use a straight forward 50/50 model for revenue. For us it's first and foremost about true independent films finding a home online where they can be hosted and presented together in a qualitative manner. We're looking to build a solid library over time, presenting authors rather than titles, and grow the user base organically.

For more information please do not hesitate do contact us.

Address


Finowstrasse 33
10247 Berlin
Germany