Extended Deadlines

We are pleased to announce the deadlines for submissions to the 2010 Edinburgh International Film Festival have been extended.

NEW Submission Deadlines:
Regular: Monday 1 March 2010
Late: Monday 8 March 2010

There are three ways to submit:-
Online through the EIFF website here
Download a form from the EIFF website and mail it to us
Via Withoutabox here

The 64th EIFF will take place from 16 - 27 June 2010 in Edinburgh. The Festival is internationally regarded as a focus for discovery, a celebration of cinema, a centre of debate and a catalyst for new films. EIFF is committed to screening high quality new short and feature film and video work in all genres from around the world.

Please note all submitted films should be no more than 12 months old by June 2010 and EIFF requires at least UK premiere status.

For further information on EIFF Rules & Regulations, Submission Fees and FAQs, please see here

To contact a member of the EIFF Submissions team please email submissions@edfilmfest.org.uk or call the office on 0131 228 4051

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Programming Assistant Kirsten began at EIFF on placement as a Submissions Assistant in 2006 and has been hooked ever since! She has also worked at Toronto Int FIlm Festival and Sheffield Doc/Fest.

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  • Miguel O Thursday 4th February, 2010 / 04:59 GMT

    It’s judgment time. Celebrities are now excited with Oscar awards. You know, every year the Oscar nominations come out, I immediately get cynical. The Oscar awards for this year aren't going to be much of an exception, though I don't think 2009 was that great in film. Don't get me wrong – Inglourious Basterdz was amazing. Invictus didn't deserve to get nominated, so it's good that it didn't. District 9 actually WAS really good, but the films distributors couldn't buy as many votes as Cameron can, even if they were to take out payday loans or get AmEx Black cards. My prediction is that Avatar is going to take a bunch of token awards.