Share your work and discover new audiences with ASFF 2014. We’re looking for filmmakers who are driving the genre of short film forward through inspirational and innovative films. Whether you are fresh out of film school or have been making films for years, we want to hear from you.
Rusch Meyer’s (Robert Staffl / Simon Ruschmeyer) experimental short film Alter Ego (2012) was screened at ASFF 2013. Rusch Meyer was inspired by a visit to an old disused sanatorium; exploring the long, dark corridors and decaying rooms, the history of the building and the people who once existed there inevitably impacted upon the film, which explores the different mental states a person can experience.
Prizes for ASFF filmmakers include screenings at ASFF; £750 Festival Winner; £250 People’s Choice; Best of Category Awards; screenings in guest programmes at other international film festivals; editorial mention in Aesthetica Magazine; coverage on the ASFF Blog and inclusion in the Festival Highlights Online Screening. The categories for entry are Advertising, Animation, Artists’ Film, Comedy, Documentary, Drama, Experimental, Fashion, Music Video and Thriller.
ASFF 2014 is open for entries until 31 May 2014. For more information and to submit visit www.asff.co.uk
1. Rusch Meyer (Robert Staffl / Simon Ruschmeyer), Alter Ego (2012). Film courtesy of Vimeo