FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE CINE INVISIBLE FILM SOZIALAK (Spain)
17/10/2019 - 24/10/2019

C/Artasamina Nº5, 4ºA   +3494 602 46 68
48007 Bilbao (Vizcaya)   info@kcd-ongd.org
Spain   http://www.kcd-ongd.org/
No Fee
Categorías: Fiction Animation Documentary Experimental Music Video
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Deadline: 15/05/2019 
     

The Festival is centered on four major themes: Sustainable Development, Human Rights, Interculturality and Gender Equity.

All works whose original language is not spanish or basque shall be mandatorily subtitled or dubbed into those languages. Works in competition must have been made after January 1st, 2017.

The type of the works can be: Fiction, documentary and animated feature and short films.

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: This section includes audiovisual works that analyze social, political, economic and environmental predatory development models and alternative proposals which can contribute to human wellbeing and sustainability.

HUMAN RIGHTS: The struggle for respect, promotion and wide warranty of individual and collective Human Rights, fundamental freedoms and all those works that promote an opposition to the authoritarian, elitist, racist, xenophobic, homophobic political movements and any form of discrimination or those that denounce the causes of poverty and social exclusion.

BEST WOMAN'S WORK: This section is performed for both the visibility of women filmmakers and to encourage the participation of women in the world of audiovisual communication, as they represent a significant minority in the sector. This sections will include all works by women who are related to topics such as sustainable development, human rights, interculturality or any of the problems facing humanity.

GENDER EQUITY: To contribute to the construction of an egalitarian culture and perspective and generate tools for pro gender equity change in society, the works of this section shall provoke reflection about the realities of inequity between men and women, or propose models that promote alternatives to patriarchal system.

INTERCULTURALITY: The works included in this section may reflect both issues related to the richness and diversity of cultures existing in the world, as issues related to the coexistence of cultures, or complaints of any form of racism, segregation, xenophobia, etc.

WORKS FOR STUDENTS OF BACHELOR AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING: To promote the interest of students, works included in this section may treat any social issue not exceeding 30 minutes. 

SOCIAL WORKS IN BASQUE: This section will include both social works made in Basque, as those who have been subtitled into Basque.

Please, submit your film to the correct category.

This is just an excerpt of the regulations, carefully read the complete regulations before submitting.

     
          


Actividad subvencionada por el Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte