Submit your film today to the Premiere Showcase for Great Short Films by the World's Best Young Filmmakers!
The YoungCuts Film Festival is looking for Great Short Films by the World's Best Young Filmmakers (29 and under).
Established in 2001, the YoungCuts Film Festival is the Premiere Showcase for young, emerging talent. Every year, the festival selects its Top 100 International Short Films from more than a thousand films from over 30 countries.
Unlike many film festivals, YoungCuts is not a black box. For filmmakers making paid submissions, we offer feedback when and where appropriate; we present their short films to our film industry partners including producers, distributors and programmers - this has led to short films being presented on TV, licensed for outdoor festivals and programmed by other film festivals who view us an expert on short films by young filmmakers. With your paid submission, you also gain privileged access to watch, vote and be inspired by great short films from young filmmakers around the world.
We present awards in 12 categories including Best Picture, Best Animated Film, Best Documentary and Best Short Short Film (film under five minutes).
Anyone interested in watching or voting for great films can support the festival and subscribe. (Currently, that gives you access to more than 400 short films.) Every month, beginning in January, we will have a new slate of films to vote on. You can also watch and vote for FREE for the films in our 2013 Repechage or second chance film gallery.
Filmmakers can submit their films online HERE! Send us your films under 30 minutes long by filmmakers under 30 years old!
Our Early-Bird deadline is January 31st. It is cheaper to submit before January 31st and, as always, the earlier that you submit, the better your chance for your film to be accepted.
Our regular deadline for the Festival is March 31st, but we accept films until June 15th. We announce our Top 100 International Short Films in July and program them in Montreal, the last week of September 2013.
The presenting sponsor for the 2013 YoungCuts Film Festival is TextbookVideos who have recently published 3 Video Study Guides for Microeconomics which are available online and for the iPad
Here is a sample page from the Video Study Guides to give you an idea.
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