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Devoted to screening short film from Edinburgh, Scotland and around the world, The ESFF
evolved from the Leith Short Film Festival in 2011 and has shown everything – from the first
film made in Somalia in 20 years, to Oscar nominated shorts from Australia, the USA and
Ireland, as well as short films smuggled out of China and Iran – and hosted visiting film-makers from China, Russia, Italy, Spain, Germany, Holland and all over the UK.

The Festival is open to any form of short film, genre, budgets and techniques. The maximum duration for submitted films is 20 minutes including credits.

Awards:

Best film award:

To be awarded to the director of the overall best film exhibited at the 2017 Edinburgh Short Film Festival.

Eligibility: Any director(s) will be eligible from the films selected for exhibition at the 2017 Edinburgh Short Film Festival.

Prize: Cash award, tickets to film festivals, industry opportunities, trophy.
Winners will also receive an InkTip Script Listing and have their logline featured in InkTip Magazine so they can promote themselves and their scripts to InkTip’s entire network of producers, managers, and agents. InkTip Magazine is sent to over 15,000 producers and representatives.

Judges: The winner will be selected by the ESFF Festival selection committee by secret ballot.

Best animated film award:

To be awarded to the director(s) of the best animated film selected for exhibition at the 2017 Edinburgh Short Film Festival. The award will aim to recognise and celebrate significant creative and technical innovation and control.

Eligibility: Any director(s) of an animated short film selected for exhibition at the 2017 Edinburgh Short Film Festival will be eligible.

Prize: Cash Prize, and a unique opportunity, during Puppet Animation Scotland’s manipulate Visual Theatre Festival 2018, to have a one-to-one seminar with eminent Estonian animated film maker and teacher Ulo Pikkov about any aspect of their working practice, and to attend festival films screenings at both Manipulate and the Edinburgh Short Film Festival.

Rising star award:

To be awarded to the director(s) of the best film from a young film-maker or a film-maker new to film-making.

Eligibility: One or more of the directors should be aged 16-25 or have made not more than 3 short films.

Prize: Cash award, tickets to film festivals, industry opportunities, trophy

Judges: The winner will be selected by the ESFF Festival selection committee by secret ballot.

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