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By popular demand we will be returning to The Poly in Falmouth, this time with the theme, Resistance: continuing our mission to present films that defy convention!
Cornwall Film Festival returns in 2018 for its 17th Edition with the theme Resistance, continuing its mission to present films that defy convention.
A hotbed for talent
Cornwall Film Festival is a hotbed for talent discovery and a key annual event for emerging filmmakers to meet alongside eminent personalities from the world of media.
The festival attracts passionate film audiences with an International film programme, masterclasses, speakers, director Q&A’s, as well as our own homegrown talent.
And it will be back in the heart of Falmouth, at The Poly – an arts institution that is a local hotspot and the perfect venue for an independent film festival.
There will be three full days of CFF fun: Friday, November 9, 2018 | Saturday, November 10, 2018 | and Sunday, November 11, 2018.
If you’ve got any ideas about what to see at the festival, get in touch with the CFF team!
Cornwall Film Festival Short Film Competition 2018
The Short Film Competition 2018 is now open, so get your films in, via Film Freeway
As with previous years the coveted Cornwall Film Festival trophies will go to the winners. And the Best Short films and the student winner will be screened as part of the Official Selection at The Poly in November and the best local entries will be compiled into a Local Showcase, also screened at our November festival.
Timeline: Early Bird Deadline – April 1st | Regular Deadline – May 13th| Late Deadline – June 30th | Notification Date – August 11th
Young Programmers award
If you like £500 to create your own film based event? Apply now to win a Young programmers award for this years Cornwall Film Festival.
The aim of this venture is to engage with the next generation of cultural ambassadors and help people aged between 16-24 to engage with British independent and specialised film, as well as helping to boost the reach of film titles and cultural engagement with young audiences.
Entrants can be part of arts, youth or community centres and they can apply for a £500 grant for marketing and creating a film event.