Call for Entries 2013
The 02th Madeira Micro international Film Festival, taking place from 12 to 14 of December 2013, announces the call for entries for new films.
The MMIFF is a fantastic festival for creative, international and auteur cinema with an artistic claim. We present fantastic and surreal feature films from all over the world. Please submit your screening DVD/Blu-ray (PAL or NTSC) or online screener by 01 November 2013. The minimum length for submitted films is 45 minutes.
The deadline for submissions to the MMiFF 2013 is 01 November 2013.
Please send your screener digital to email@example.com or to the following address:
Digital in Berlin
Schwedter Strasse 52
10435 Berlin | Germany
Festival Program 2012
Vanishing Waves by Kristina Buozyte with Brice Fournier, Frédéric Andrau and Sharunas Bartas (2012 | Lithuania/France)
Have you ever dreamed of being inside the head of another person – a beloved one or your rival ? Have you ever wished to experience the ideal relationship, where two minds come into total fusion ? Following solid scientific experiment, based on the neural transfer, a young inhibited man will live an astonishing journey in the comatose woman anonymous mind.
After by Ryan Smith with Steven Strait, Karolina Wydra and Madison Lintz (2012 | USA)
When two bus crash survivors awake to discover that they are the only people left in their small town, they must form an unlikely alliance in a race to unravel the truth behind their isolation. As strange events begin to unfold, they start to question whether the town they know so well is really what it seems.
Two Years At Sea by Ben Rivers with Jake Williams (2011 | UK)
A man called Jake lives in the middle of the forest. He goes for walks in whatever the weather, and takes naps in the misty fields and woods. He builds a raft to spend time sitting in a loch. Drives a beat-up jeep to pick up wood supplies. He is seen in all seasons, surviving frugally, passing the time with strange projects, living the radical dream he had as a younger man, a dream he spent two years working at sea to realise.
The Whisperer in Darkness by Sean Branney with Stephen Blackehart, P.J. King and Annie Abrams. (2012 | USA)
Written in 1931, H.P. Lovecraft’s iconic genre-bending tale of suspense and alien terrors is brought to life in the style of the classic horror films of the 1930s like Frankenstein, Dracula and King Kong. The H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society expands on Lovecraft’s original tale while still bringing you unparalleled authenticity. Horror and science fiction collide in the adventure of Albert Wilmarth, a folklore professor at Miskatonic University, as he investigates legends of strange creatures rumored to dwell in the most remote mountains of Vermont.
Consuming Spirits by Chris Sullivan (2012 | USA)
Consuming Spirits 16mm to HD, is an Independent feature animation, chronicling the lives of three characters who live in a rust belt town called Magguson, and work at its local newspaper The Daily Suggester. They are: Gentian Violet 42: Victor Blue 38: and Earl gray 64: first appear to be acquaintances. But as the film unfolds, we find they have a long diabolical history, revolving around social service intervention, and foster care, romance and hatred.
Mondomanila by Khavn with Timothy Mabalot, Marife Necesito and Palito (2010 | Philippines)
Tony de Guzman is an anti-hero. Life, according to him, is short, brutal and is never on your side. Grab what you can, when you can. Settle scores. Be randy. Defy the rules. Cheat the system. Tough it out. Tony knows nothing but tough times living, as he does, in the bleak circus of the slums he calls home amongst denizens of the underworld: the crippled pimp, the lonely housewife, the neighborhood gay and his macho father, the prostitutes, the small-time politician, and the Yankee pedophile. This is his story and the story of the world he lives in: a hopeless, closed-in decrepit world gone to seed.
The Valtari Mystery Film Experiment by Sigur Rós (2012)
Upon the release of their album valtari, Sigur Rós gave a dozen filmmakers the same modest budget and asked them to create whatever comes into their head when they listen to songs from the album. The idea was to bypass the usual artistic approval process and allow people utmost creative freedom. Among the filmmakers are alma har’el, andrea arnold, and floria sigismondi. At the same time, the band invited fans to contribute their own personal creations.