Call for entries for the HISPASAT 4K International Short Film Festival ends soon
May 30, 2017
The call for short films shot and post-produced exclusively in 4K will remain open until 14 June.
The winner of the Award for Best Director will have the opportunity to direct a feature film produced by Cine365 Film. The contest also presents five other important awards.
Madrid, 30 May 2017.- Short films wishing to participate in the third edition of the HISPASAT 4K International Short Film Festival must be submitted by 14 June. The HISPASAT 4K International Short Film Festival is open to films produced as of 1 January 2015 in any country, in any genre, with a maximum duration of 25 minutes and shot and post-produced in 4K format.
The following categories and awards have been established:
-CINE365 FILM AWARD FOR BEST DIRECTOR: Opportunity to direct a feature film.
-HISPASAT AWARD FOR BEST SHORT FILM: €4,000.
-DOLBY/ADHOC AWARD FOR BEST SOUND: €1,000 + Dolby Atmos mastering.
-FUJIFILM/SGO AWARD FOR BEST PHOTOGRAPHY: €1,000 + professional photo camera.
-RTVE AWARD FOR BEST SHORT FILM FROM A FILM ACADEMY: €1,000 + short film broadcast on the programme “Versión Española”, where its director will also be interviewed.
-ATRESERIES AWARD FOR BEST SHORT FILM FOR TV: €1,000 + broadcast and promotion of the short film on Atreseries, including an interview with its director.
The official rules and regulations for the contest are available at: http://www.hispasat4kfest.es. Entry forms shall be submitted through the MOVIBETA site.
The Festival, promoted by Spanish satellite operator HISPASAT, is sponsored by the production company Cine365 Film, leading companies in the film production sector such as Dolby Laboratories, SGO, Fujifilm and the sound studio AdHoc Studios, as well as RTVE, the leading television broadcaster in this technological field in Spain, and Atreseries, which given its role as a distributor of audiovisual content, has joined the initiative this year.The awards ceremony of this third edition will be held on 19 October at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid, one of the capital's cultural landmarks.