Australia Independent Film Festival opens call for entries

Jeremy Rigby and Richard Lawton.

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Known as “the festival where stars shine,” the Australia Independent Film Festival (AIFF) has opened its call for entries ahead of the 2022 festival.

AIFF is a live screening annual festival that will next take place in Brisbane at Metro Arts West Village Brisbane from September 30 to October 02 – 2022 and is on track to become Australia’s premier short film festival.

Founded in 2017 AIFF has grown from strength to strength and is now a prominent event on the international festival circuit. In 2021 AIFF was ranked in the top 30 best reviewed film festivals on FilmFreeway out of over 10,000 registered festivals.

REVIEWS

FIVE STARS – “Thank you for a well-organized festival.” Dekel Berenson – ANNA – Cannes Official Selection, BIFA winner for Best British Short, BAFTA shortlisted AIFF20 Best International short film winner.

FIVE STARS – “We wish this great festival all the success”, Ali Mohammed Saeed director OF 2019 Oscar nominated Mosul 980 and winner of AIFF19 Best International Short Film – IRAQ.

FIVE STARS – “Put this festival in your top 10 list to submit. You’ll be glad you did.” Jhett Tolentino, Grammy & Tony Award Winning Broadway Producer.

Read an independent review of the 2021 Opening night via https://www.theatrehaus.com/2021/10/aiff21-australia-independent-film-festival/

Enter today for just U$15 hereAll categories, all films, one low price, but hurry as launch price finishes January 30.

The festival has several categories with industry-relevant prizes generously donated by Audio Technica, Final Draft Inktip, Dragon Image, and Blackmagic Design.

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