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Founded in 1957, the San Francisco International Film Festival is the longest-running film festival in the Americas and one of the United States’s best-loved and most widely admired cultural events. Over its first 50 years, the International has screened over 6,000 films from more than 100 countries to 2 million filmgoers, and has hosted thousands of world-class guests from Bette Davis and Spike Lee to Catherine Deneuve, Matthew Barney, Akira Kurosawa and Tilda Swinton. The Festival is known for its intelligent programming and for its sophisticated and discerning audiences.
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Registration conditions for short films
Films produced on or after : 01/2017
Registration deadline : 08/01/2018
Registration deadline by Unifrance : 08/12/2017
UniFrance contacts at this event : Benoît Blanchard
Registrations requiring fees
Registration Form available on external website : https://www.sffilm.org/sffilm-festival/2018-call-for-entries
Maximum runtime : 50'
Films produced on or after : Dans l'année précédant le festival
Genres accepted : All genres
Pre-selection format requirements : DVD, Video File
Screening format requirements : 35mm, Video File, Digital Beta NTSC, DCP (Digital Cinema Package)
This festival is recognized by the Academy Awards. Competitive festival. The festival does not return DVDs sent for pre-selection. Please visit http://www.sffs.org/SF-Intl-Film-Festival/Call-for-Entries/how-to-enter.aspx for further details.
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