The i.P.A.S. Film Festival running for the 3rd Year and presented by The Default Project, is dedicated to the work of film makers from around the world with defiantly independent political and social visions. It is the first political and activist short film festival ever held in Greece.
Our mission is to promote the films of low-budget filmmakers that dissent radically in form or content from the mainstream, challenging the boundaries of the commercial distribution, and to present imaginative works that dare to spark off heated discussions and transcend audience expectations.
Awards & Prizes
500 USD/EURO FOR THE JURY COMMITTEE AWARD WINNER
IPAS STATUE FOR THE JURY COMMITTEE AWARD WINNER
IPAS STATUE FOR THE AUDIENCE AWARD WINNER
12 MONTH SUBSCRIPTION TO THE WINNERS CATEGORY WITHOUT LIMITATION AT http://iPitch.tv
3 MONTH SUBSCRIPTION TO THE SELECTED FILM MAKERS WITHOUT LIMITATION AT http://iPitch.tv
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MORE PRIZE AWARDS WILL BE GIVEN DEPENDING ON THE SUBMISSION BALANCE
Rules & Terms
- genres: narrative, animation, documentary
- English subtitles encoded or with a synchronized .srt file (*even if the spoken language is English)
- Films that air openly on YouTube, Vimeo, etc. will NOT be accepted.
- Film duration up to 20 minutes for Narrative and Animation. Up to 30 minutes for Documentaries
The i.P.A.S. Film Festival is hereby granted the right to utilize an excerpt from any film submitted and accepted for exhibition at the Festival for promotional purposes. The individual or corporation submitting the film hereby warrants that it is authorized to commit the film for screening and understands and accepts these requirements and regulations.
i.P.A.S. reserves the right to refuse to screen any submission deemed by the Festival Committee to be overly offensive, violent or racist.