60 second film competition

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60 second film competition

Published at 4:35pm 29th April 2020.

If you're a budding film-maker, why not enter the ROUGHCUT 60 Second Film Challenge 2020!


The 2020 o-region Film Challenge in association with Falmouth University's School of Film and Television and WTW Cinemas...

Posted by Screen Cornwall on Wednesday, 29 April 2020


The rules of the competition are simple; make a film no longer than 60 seconds (including credits).

The film can be any style or genre as long as it fits the BBFC’s classification for a 12A audience (http://www.bbfc.co.uk/what-classification/12a-and-12) and relates in some way to the chosen theme for this year: SECRETS.

Best of all it’s completely free to enter!



Awards & Prizes

• BEST FILM – £1000 and trophy – to be selected by the judging panel
• RUNNER UP – £250 – to be selected by the judging panel
• RUNNER UP – £250 – to be selected by the judging panel
• BEST YOUNG PERSONS FILM (under 18s) – £250 – to be selected by the judging panel
• AUDIENCE AWARD – £250 and trophy – a public vote on the night of the screening



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