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16th Wgtn. Fringe Film Festival Call for Entries


16th Wellington Fringe Film Festival Call for Entries

Calling all filmmakers!

Want to see your short film on the big screen? Well now is your chance. The Wellington Fringe Film Festival invites you to submit your short film for the 16th annual Festival on the 14th -17th of July at The Paramount Theatre.

All short films will be accepted, but must be received by 23rd of May. Please note, due to the growing popularity of the event all drama, experimental and animation films must be no longer than 15 minutes in duration and a 30 minute limit exists for documentaries.

If you would like to make a film especially for the Festival please enter the Special Competition. Simply make a film no longer than 3 minutes (including credits) which contains a reference to "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly". We're looking for originality and innovation within this theme. Entry period closes on June 6. Get your creative juices flowing and get filming!

Entry forms available at or call 04 802-4942.

About the Festival

The Wellington Fringe Film Festival provides the means for filmmakers to screen their short films in a supportive, informative and non-competitive environment.

With considerable support from experts and the New Zealand film industry, a strong emphasis is placed on developing the skills and knowledge of emerging directors.

The 16th annual Festival is proudly brought to you in association with The Paramount Theatre, the New Zealand Film Commission and Creative New Zealand.

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