Call for Submissions & Collaborations (Deadline Extended) – Cinemor77 2017 Tour

Cinemor77 is a social enterprise that aims to bring people together through cinema, filmmaking and more.

Following the huge success of our Cinema Yurt’s debut at Doune the Rabbit Hole last year we’re off on a wee tour of Scottish film & music festivals and, so far, have confirmed that we will be attending the dates below with lots more to be announced in the next few weeks:

Mhor Festival  26-28 May mhorfestival.net

Southside Film Festival 3-4th June southsidefilm.co.uk

Electric Fields  1 -2 September electricfieldsfestival.com

So, we’re looking for film submissions for our tour – everything from shorts to features, documentary to animations; family friendly films to experimental forms.

We will be programming a number of themed programmes, including family, performance and late night, experimental delights. We aim to explore a broad selection of ideas including music, psychedelia, festivals, culture, the environment, human rights, justice and lots more.

Submissions

We would prefer films to be submitted using a link to watch online but we’re also happy to download films. Please send us some information about your film with the link including the year and country of production, a synopsis and anything else you’d like us to know.

All submissions should be made to cinemor77@gmail.com

We cannot pay screening fees or delivery costs for any films.

By submitting your film you grant us the right to screen it as part of our 2017 tour programme. This will include all of the events listed above but may include more dates. We will endeavour to let all applicants know if they have been successful by the end of April.

Deadline

Extended Deadline – 17 April

Collaborations

We’re also looking to collaborate with other organisations in programming our yurt cinema and in our future work.

So if you’re interested in or have any ideas for how we could work with you or your organisation, please get in touch.

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