Drunken Film Fest


2nd edition

Jul 14 - Jul 23, 2020
Bradford, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Open Call Open to Public Competitive Market Special Fees

Festival type Real Venue Festival
Types of films
Film length Full length, Mid-length, Short

Mission / description The Drunken Film Fest aims to remind us all that great art and a great time aren’t owned by big establishments and don’t have to happen in ‘art’ spaces. Down the years that is what Bradford has been brilliant at.

Get ready to get drunk on film and maybe enjoy a cheeky beverage whilst you do. Not a drinker? Not a problem! All events and venues will cater to those who prefer to sup on something non-alcoholic.

So come down, grab a drink, watch a movie, and have a good time.
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Festival website http://www.drunkenfilmfest.com

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Class Founded: 2016
Festival category: D (local player)
Dates Open call: Feb 27, 2017

Early bird deadline: Mar 01, 2017
Regular deadline: Feb 15, 2017
Late deadline: Mar 31, 2017

Notification date: May 31, 2017

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Fees Fees range from 0.00 to 18.60 USD . See submission categories for details about fees.
Awards Total prize money: 0.00 USD
Other prizes: Top 3 (Best Feature, Best Documentary, Best Short) will be reviewed by Film Inquiry, Best Experimental gets custom VHS version of film with artwork, Best Animation gets original artwork by Glenn Hustler, Best Student films get custom slate
Festival sections
Curated by Arlin Golden
Feature Presentations
Exclusive space for feature films
Representing local productions
Mini Mango
Representing Films of South Asia
Music Mania
All music video program
Salute Your Shorts
Short film program
General rules 1. All films must be available to be screened in the United Kingdom and be free of licensing fees.

2. All films must be submitted in a screenable format (either PAL DVD or Quicktime).

3. All films must have been completed after 01 January 2016.

4. No more than 3 submissions per person. Submitting more than 3 films/screenplays will result in immediate disqualification.

5. Films made in languages other than English must include subtitles.