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15th July 2016 IndieCork Festival Submission Deadline 
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IndieCork presents short films, documentaries and features and a number of special events. They champion cinema that engages with social, political and cultural matters, and support young and emerging filmmakers.

29th July - 1st August 2016 Baton Rouge Irish Film Festival 2016 
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The Baton Rouge Irish Film Festival was founded in 2009 by The Baton Rouge Irish Club. The Festival showcases Irish talent, promotes cultural diversity and encourages collaboration between individuals and businesses in Louisiana and Ireland. Our annual Festival features Irish short films, feature films, dancing, music, food, art, merriment and much more.


1st August 2016 IDFA 2016: Final Submissions Deadline 
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We would like to welcome you to submit your films or interactive documentaries and other non-fiction forms of digital storytelling for IDFA 2016. The second and final deadline is August 1, for all films finished after April 1, 2016. IDFA must receive an online screener, a completed IDFA entry form and payment of the €40 entry fee (excl. VAT).

3rd - 7th August 2016 Guth Gafa International Documentary Film Festival 2016 
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Guth Gafa (meaning ‘captive voice’) is Ireland’s only independent documentary film festival. They focus on showcasing the latest award-winning International and Irish documentary films on thought-provoking subjects, and promoting the art of great story-telling, through film, to rural Irish communities.

3rd - 7th August 2016 Guth Gafa International Documentary Film Festival 2016 
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Guth Gafa (meaning ‘captive voice’) is Ireland’s only independent documentary film festival. They focus on showcasing the latest award-winning International and Irish documentary films on thought-provoking subjects, and promoting the art of great story-telling, through film, to rural Irish communities.

5th - 13th August 2016 DokuFest 2016 
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DokuFest, International Documentary and Short Film Festival, is the largest film festival in Kosovo. Each year the festival fills the cinemas and improvised screening venues around historic city center of Prizren with a selection of more than 200 hand picked films from around the world.

25th - 28th August 2016 Charlie Chaplin Comedy Film Festival 
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he Charlie Chaplin Comedy Film Festival honours the pioneering spirit of a great film maker and advocate for social change.

We are delighted to be holding the sixth annual CCCFF in August 2016 in the beautiful village of Waterville on the Ring of Kerry in the South West of Ireland. The festival includes a hugely entertaining range of events, screenings, workshops and Chaplin themed street entertainment and much, much more.


2nd September 2016 Cinemagic Young Filmmaker Competition - Application Deadline 
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A digital filmmaking prize will be awarded for the best film in each age and genre category - the winning entries will also be screened in competition during the Cinemagic International Film Festival in 2017. The films can be fact or fiction, comedy or drama, news programme or documentary. The competition is only open to young filmmakers aged 25 and under living in the UK and Ireland and the films must be no longer than 10 minutes.

6th - 10th September 2016 DOCUTAH 2016 
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DOCUTAH is a Southern Utah International Film Festival presented by Dixie State University in St. George, Utah. The 2016 festival will be it’s seventh year of run. Phil Tuckett, DOCUTAH Artistic Director and Director of the DSU Film Program planted the seed of DOCUTAH in 2009. A small group of individuals went to work to create the inaugural event in September of 2010.

8th - 18th September 2016 Toronto International Film Festival 2016 
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TIFF is dedicated to presenting the best of international and Canadian cinema to film lovers. Their vision is to lead the world in creative and cultural discovery through the moving image. What began as a ten-day film festival has grown to embrace programming 365 days a year. TIFF offers screenings, lectures, discussions, festivals, workshops, industry support and the chance to meet filmmakers from Canada and around the world.

15th - 18th September 2016 Camden International Film Festival 2016 
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Recognized as one of the top 25 documentary film festivals in the world, one of the 12 best "small town" film festivals in the US and New England most respected documentary event, CIFF highlights work that shows dedication to craft and a unique and artistic approach to telling a darn good story.

15th - 17th September 2016 Atlanta Docufest 2016 
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The 2016 Atlanta International Documentary Film Festival (Atlanta Docufest), held September 15 - 17, 2016, marks our 11th annual celebration of documentary films and filmmakers. The Atlanta Docufest continues to bring you the best in independent documentary film and video from across the globe. DocuFest showcases meaningful life stories which educate and entertain audiences of every demographic.

17th September, 2016 Double Eye VFX Event 
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IMAGEIRELAND are bringing some of the most awesome Visual Effects artists in the word toDublin this September. Ben Mauro, In-Ah Roediger, Justin Fields, Alf Loovold, Catherine Mullan, Mike Fields and TBC will join us in The Helix when we host, what we are confident, will prove to be, one of those seminal moments in the history of the Visual Effects industry in Ireland.

17th September, 2016 Double Eye VFX Event 
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IMAGEIRELAND are bringing some of the most awesome Visual Effects artists in the word toDublin this September. Ben Mauro, In-Ah Roediger, Justin Fields, Alf Loovold, Catherine Mullan, Mike Fields and TBC will join us in The Helix when we host, what we are confident, will prove to be, one of those seminal moments in the history of the Visual Effects industry in Ireland.

21st September - 2nd October 2016 Raindance Film Festival 2016 
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The Raindance Film Festival is the largest and most important independent film festival in the UK. They showcase features, shorts, web series and music videos by filmmakers from the UK and around the world to an audience of film executives and buyers, journalists, film fans and filmmakers. Along with screenings, there are seminars, workshops and parties to allow everyone the chance to share your passion for film.

22nd - 25th September IFI Documentary Festival 2016 
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This year’s IFI Documentary Festival, running from September 22nd to 25th, is looking for original and exciting documentary films from Irish filmmakers to include in the festival.

26th September 2016 Foyle Film Festival - Submissions Deadline 
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For submission purposes, Foyle Film Festival will accept Secure Online Screeners via VIMEO or DVD for the Festival Competition. Foyle Film Festival is open for competition submissions from 25 April 2016 – 23 September 2016.


30th September - 2nd October 2016 2016 Fingal Film Festival 
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Fingal Film Festival is a platform for emerging Independent Film Makers nationally and internationally. Submissions NOW open for 2016.

30th September 2016 BBC Arabic Festival 2017 - Submission Deadline 
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The 2017 BBC Arabic Festival seeks new voices telling bold and original stories about the dramatic political changes that continue to transform the Arab world. For the spring of 2017, BBC Arabic Festival's 3rd edition, once again, invites fiction and non-fiction films that reflect on the region today. In its 3rd edition, the BBC Arabic Festival will look back at the hopes, visions and reformations that continue to shake the region.

30th September - 2nd October 2016 2nd Annual Irish American Movie Hooley 
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We are out to discover the next John Ford, Ed Burns, Preston Sturges, John Huston, or John Patrick Shanley, i.e.; Irish American filmmakers who epitomize Irish American pride, bravado, and legendary storytelling.

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