Pitch Your Short | Short Film Funding - AIFF
Open to projects from all over India, the programme lasts 3 days - from 15th June to 17th June 2018 and foresees grand pitching sessions and international film screenings. Projects at pre-production stage or in an early stage of production can apply for the programme. Projects which have own funds from any other funding programmes cannot take part in this pitching event. The projects which will be facilitated at the end of the programme will receive INR 50000 production fund and multiple post-production funds. The participant will get 7 minutes to pitch their film and followed by a 7 minutes question answer round with the panel. The decision of the jury panel will be final and must be obeyed by all the participant.
The selected ScriptnPitch projects will have the possibility to apply to the TorinoFilmLab FrameWork programme in 2017, provided they fulfil the conditions of eligibility.
Deadline for applications: June 7th, 2018.
Who can apply?
Pitch Your Short is open to any short filmmaker with and without previous filmmaking experience from across India.
Some of their participants already work together with a production company. However, it is not necessary to have a producer attached to the project.
Applicants must confirm their availability for the programme.
The working language of all Script&Pitch workshops, meetings and events is English; thus, a good knowledge of English is essential in order to participate.
Pitch participation fee: 3050 INR.
No scholarships or fee waiver is allowed.
This amount covers pitching sessions, lunch and tea and snacks during programme dates 15th to 17th June 2018 at Atta Galatta. This amount does not cover accommodation, so the participant needs to arrange accommodation, travel and Dinner if he or she is not a resident of Bangalore. and subsistence during the workshops. Participants must pay travel costs. In many countries, scholarships are available for this training.
How to apply?
The requested materials - to be submitted all together in one PDF - are:
- An updated CV (2 pages maximum);
- A project synopsis (1-page maximum);
- A project treatment (3 pages maximum);
- A project intention (1 pages maximum): it may include a director's/scriptwriter's motivation;
- Audiovisual approach documents or pitch video. (moodboard, etc.);
- A previous work (optional; 30 minutes maximum)*
A link (with password) to one previous short film or extract of previous materials. Submitted materials should be in English or have English subtitles/translation; showreels will be accepted. Videos must be sent to AIFF official email id with the application package no later than June 7th, 2018.
Deadline for applications: June 7th, 2018 11:59 p.m. IST (midnight)
The selected projects of Pitch Your Short must indicate Doab Uncut Motion support both in the opening and closing credits, by displaying the Doab Uncut Motion Logo and the caption "Supported by Doab Uncut Motion".