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Call for entries: Fastnet Film Festival open applications for 14th Festival
12 Oct 2022 : News Desk
Fastnet Film Festival celebrates 14th year.
Fastnet Film Festival has announced the call for entries for its 14th Festival, which includes a top prize fund of €20,000.

All submission entries must have been completed no earlier than 1st January 2021 and not entered into the festival in previous years to be eligible for competition. Applicants can submit via Fastnet Film Festival’s Film Freeway account – here.

This year’s festival takes place from Wednesday, May 24th to Sunday, May 28th, 2023.

This year’s awards include:

  • Best Irish Short Film - Cash Prize €5,000
  • Best International Film - Cash Prize €5,000 
  • Best Irish Language Film - Cash Prize €1,000
  • Best in Cork - Cash Prize €1,000
  • Best Student of Media & Film Studies (Ireland Only) - Cash Prize €1,000
  • An-Sophie Fontaine Human Rights Award in Documentary Film – Cash prize €500
  • Best Young Filmmaker (Under 19) – Cash Prize €500
  • Best Drama – Cash Prize €500 
  • Best Comedy – Cash Prize €500 
  • Best Documentary – Cash Prize €500 
  • Best Art House – Cash Prize €500 
  • Best Animation – Cash Prize €500 
  • Best Direction – Cash Prize €500 
  • Best Screenplay – Cash Prize €500 
  • Best Original Music - Cash Prize €500 
  • Best Cinematography– Cash Prize €500 
  • Best Editing - Cash Prize €500 
  • Best Sound Design - Cash Prize €500

From now until November 30th entry fees will be €20, fees will then increase to €30 from December 1st – 31st, followed by a late entry of €50 from January 1st – 31st.

Best in Cork is a category in its own right and carries a prize of €1,000.  It is unrelated to any other part of the competition and will not be eligible for craft prizes. Submitters may enter the same film into the Over 18 competition at an additional entry fee. Films should not exceed 18 minutes including titles and credits. Standard Entry Fee: €20.

Best Student of Media & Film Studies - open to Irish 3rd level students only, prize money €1,000. Films should not exceed a time limit of 10 minutes, including titles and credits. Regular Entry Fee: €20.

Best Under 19 category is open to young filmmakers from around the world, prize money €500. Films should not exceed a time limit of 10 minutes, including titles and credits. 
Regular Entry Fee: €20. 
Click here for more information about the Fastnet Film Festival.





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