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Archishorts film competition seeks entries ahead of 2019 A+DFF


September 26, 2018
by Canadian Architect

What stories do buildings and urban landscapes tell? How can movies be used to tell them? The Architecture and Design Film Festival (A+DFF) invites Winnipeggers to enter a short film competition. Registration for the competition is free and open to all. Make a two-minute movie about architecture or the built environment for a chance to win great prizes and be featured in the only film festival in Canada that is dedicated to architecture and design.

The Archishorts competition is now accepting entries!

The Archishorts competition is now accepting entries!

What to Do?

  • Make a two-minute movie about architecture or the built environment using any digital recording device such as a digital camera or smart phone. Feel free to make it humorous or serious, informative, enjoyably artful, or even absurd. (But keep in mind the films are intended for audiences of all ages. Any submissions deemed inappropriate for children will not be considered.)
  • Complete the registration form.
  • Use WeTransfer to email the film and registration form to [email protected] by April 2, 2019.
  • Come to Cinematheque, 100 Arthur Street, for a free screening of the winning entries on Saturday, May 4 at 12 pm.

What are the Details?

  • The competition has one category for adults and another for youth 18 and under. There is a maximum of 2 minutes per film and 2 films per filmmaker. The winners of both categories will be shown in the Festival.
  • A+DFF is not responsible for copyright clearance for images or music.
  • Movies must be titled (without names) and WeTransfered to [email protected] by April 2, 2019.
  • WeTransfer is a simple way to share files with no sign-up required. In the left message box, please enter the film title, filmmaker name, and age category. Allow time for uploading large files.
  • All participants will be emailed with results. As many entries as possible will be screened.

More information about the Archishorts film competition is available via the Winnipeg Architecture and Design Film Festival (A+DFF) website, linked here.



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