World’s Smallest Film Festival (WSFF)

win $1,000 for 3 minutes work

NIFF presents
World’s Smallest Film Festival

A film competition featuring short films shot entirely on any mobile device (smartphone or tablet)

Submit Now: https://niagarafilmfest.com/wsff/wsff-submission/ Deadline: June 11

Your mobile movie making magic could win you $1,000 or a tablet.

World’s Smallest Film Festival is a competition featuring short films shot entirely on any mobile device (smartphone or tablet). The opportunities are endless when shooting a film using mobile technology. Who knows, maybe one day you will have the next major film festival feature. Like this year’s Tangerine, shot entirely on a mobile phone, created so much buzz at Sundance it attracted a major film distributor, Magnolia Pictures.

Water is one of the Niagara Region’s most defining characteristics so it’s only fitting that this year’s theme should revolve entirely around water.

Create a 1-3 minute short film on your mobile device and get bragging rights with a film premiere at the much anticipated 2nd annual Niagara Integrated Film Festival.

Get your mobile game on and submit now! https://niagarafilmfest.com/wsff/wsff-submission/

Tarantino… Nolan… Bigelow….You?

This is an exciting opportunity to showcase today’s ground-breaking mobile film capabilities and your talent. This is open to all creative filmmakers, emerging or established.

All submitted short films will be featured on the World’s Smallest Film Festival YouTube channel. Your film should have a beginning, middle and end, have a unique point of view, and have impact that lasts long after the credits roll. Films with the most ‘likes’ will be short listed and judged by a Jury at the Niagara Integrated Film Festival, and get a premiere screening at NIFF.

Submission Form: https://niagarafilmfest.com/wsff/wsff-submission/
For full contest details and more info please visit https://niagarafilmfest.com/wsff/

Your Mobile Movie Making Magic could make you $1,000 richer

WSFF is generously sponsored by Niagara Investment in Culture (Niagara Region), Ralota Technologies, Celebrate Ontario and Ontario Trillium Foundation.