Attention first-time filmmakers!

Get your debut feature promoted at festivals throughout Europe and beyond…

Struggling to get your film seen by distributors and audiences? Well Eye on Films may just have the solution. This new organisation has built up a unique network of film professions – distribution companies, film festivals, international cinema agencies – and is seeking to provide distribution and promotion for first-time feature films and their filmmakers.

This year Eye on Films will be selecting a limited number of debut feature films to promote to their partners with an eye to have these films screened at various festivals throughout Europe and selected other countries. Eye on Films will then seek promotion and distribution opportunities beyond the festival circuit through their network of distribution partners.

This is a very exciting opportunity for up-and-coming filmmaking talent. If you have a first-time feature you think would be suitable for the Eye of Films project, visit their website by clicking here. There you will find information on this new scheme and details on how to submit.

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About Neil Fox

Neil graduated from Glasgow University with an Undergraduate MA in Theatre Studies. He has been with the Festival since 2007 in a variety of roles and is currently Special Projects Assistant.


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  • Jane Frisby Saturday 7th May, 2011 / 16:43 GMT

    Dear Neil
    I have just emailed Eye On Films submissions email .. but thought I would contact yourself directly as well .. I am a Casting Director of over 20 years and last year Produced a Debut Feature Film ... which I would love to have submitted to Eye On Film .. At present there is only DVD and BluRay copies .. but if we were successful in any way .. would of course cover costs of printing on 35mm... Can you let me know best way to get this Feature submitted ?? Sounds like a fantastic Company to promote Debut Features .. which are so hard to get 'out there' !! All very best
    wishes Jane Frisby