Future Wave Film Festival May 6th - 10th 2015, Dublin

TERMS AND CONDITIONS


CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

The Future Wave Film Festival (FWFF) welcomes unsolicited submissions made in accordance to the regulations below:


* FWFF only accepts short films, documentaries, animations or experimental pieces of 26 minutes or less.

* Only films created as part of coursework whilst studying at Level 5 or Level 6 on the National Qualifications Framework can be entered.

* The film, in it's entirety, must be the work of students. Any film which utilised non-students in any production or post-production role will not be considered. It is permitted for the films to utilise professional actors.

* Submissions will only be accepted throughour online submission process.

* FWFF does not pay screening fees.

* Films must be presented in their original format and have English language subtitles or commentary where necessary.

* The selection and scheduling of films screened at the Festival is entirely at the discretion of the Festival Director.

* Please ensure that you include a synopsis of no more than 200 words as you would like it to appear in the programme. (NB: Please note that the Festival reserves the right to amend the copy submitted).

* No cuts or changes in any film will made by FWFF for any reason.

* Due to the large amount of submissions received FWFF cannot enter into any discussion regarding films that are not selected for the Festival.

* The cost of shipping submissions must be met by the sender.

*FWFF does not accept any responsibility for damage tosubmissions.

* Television and Internet broadcasting: Taking part in FWFF implies allowing broadcasting on Irish and foreign televisions and on the Internet for the purpose of promoting the Festival.

* All films submitted may be usedby FWFF for the purpose of promoting the festival.

* For the purposes of the competition, the judges decision will be final. FWFF will not enter in to conversation regarding the awarding of prizes.