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2018 Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival
July 21, 2017
The Museum of Pop Culture (formerly EMP Museum) is now accepting entries for the 2018 Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival (SFFSFF)! The thirteenth-annual festival will screen in Seattle, Washington in early 2018. We're looking forward to this year's excellent submissions from around the world, and wanted to let you know about it too!
From now through September 30, MoPOP, in partnership with the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF), is encouraging original and creative science fiction and fantasy film submissions 15 minutes or shorter in length* for the festival. Submissions will be judged based on originality, quality, artistic merit, innovation, voice, style and narrative.
We're looking for animated or live-action submissions in science fiction (examples: futuristic stories, space adventure, technological speculation, social experiments, utopia and dystopia) and fantasy (examples: sword and sorcery, folklore, urban fantasy, magic, mythic adventure). We welcome submissions that step outside the boundaries of reality and inspire a sense of wonder.
A nationally recognized panel of distinguished film, television, literature, and science fiction industry professionals, peers and film critics will review qualifying submissions and determine the winners.
Submissions are accepted through Submittable.com https://sffsff.submittable.com/submit
.For more information, visit https://www.mopop.org/programs/programs/science-fiction-plus-fantasy-short-film-festival/
If you have worked with films that may fit our festival, please forward this message to them. We hope you, your colleagues, or your students will submit!
*Films that exceed 15 minutes in length will be considered, though they will not be eligible for prizes.
All the best
KACI DUNNUM Public Programming Intern
MUSEUM OF POP CULTURE
206-770-2700 120 6th Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109 MoPOP.org