Sundance Short Film Competition for Young Aspiring Filmmakers

Sundance Institute and Project 1324 are teaming up and looking for aspiring filmmakers around the world to tackle this short film challenge.

Project 1324 and Sundance Institute are looking for films that are "pure, bold, renegade, independent, innovative, next wave, next breed, and stylistically adventurous," in order to compete in the Ignite Fellowship. Five top filmmakers will have the opportunity for mentorship, industry exposure and other opportunities throughout the year including:
The Sundance Ignite Fellows Program is a competitive fellowship that provides opportunities for engagement, mentorship and industry exposure for emerging filmmakers during the Sundance Film Festival and select opportunities throughout the following year. The Ignite award includes a special ticket package for the 2016 Sundance Film Festival; roundtrip flight to Salt Lake City, UT; ground transportation to/from Park City, UT; lodging; and a stipend for meals.
Films must be between one and eight minutes in length and respond to the question "What's Next?" You must be between the ages 18 and 24 to participate. A special website will open on October 29th to receive and showcase submissions. Submit your film as early as you can so the Project 1324 community has the chance to watch and review.Submissions close on November 16, 2015. For more details and how to apply click here.

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