Liverpool Shorts Independent
International Film Festival
Liverpool shorts .is held with the goal of promoting outstanding independent short films. The festival provides a venue for gifted filmmakers from around the world to showcase their original stories, creative perspectives, and storytelling philosophiesGet Started
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A vital and dynamic medium in the world of cinema, short films
They provide a streamlined and concentrated storytelling experience that enables filmmakers to explore a variety of subjects and try out cutting-edge methods in a condensed amount of time.
These movies frequently succinctly but powerfully convey the essence of a narrative or subject, giving the audience a window into the filmmaker's imagination and skill as a storyteller.
The goal of the Liverpool Shorts Independent International Film Festival is to exhibit the work of both up-and-coming and experienced filmmakers while also celebrating and promoting the craft of short filmmaking. The festival strives to provide a welcoming and accepting environment where filmmakers may interact with business leaders, artists, and enthusiastic viewers. All screenings held every January for 3 days in Stanley Park’n’Garden. The festival seeks to promote cooperation, ignite creativity, and elevate the voices of independent filmmakers through curated screenings, panel discussions, and networking opportunities.
I Wish For You
Bad Love Tigers
Uilleann Pipe Dream
Four After Midnight
A Brush With Death
Best Comedy Short
The Unquiet Dead
Welcome To Forever
Two Bullets For The Devil
Best Action Short;
Best Thriller Short;
Best Director (Male)
Blood And Water
Best Production Design;
Best Sound Design;
Best Visual Effects
A Love Worth Fighting For
See The Sunrise
I Am Kanaka
Best Documentary Short
Best Mystery Short;
1. Films must adhere to the festival's submission parameters, which include requirements for genre, length, and format. The rules may change from one festival to another
2. The festival normally has a deadline for film submissions. Late submissions may not be taken into consideration for selection.
3. Films should be self-produced, original works by the filmmakers. It is normally forbidden to plagiarize or use copyrighted content without authorization.
4. Subtitles could be needed for movies that aren't in the festival's official language. Subtitles should be formatted and placed according to specific guidelines.
5. After screening submitted movies, festival organizers choose the ones that most closely match the festival's objectives and topics. There could be several rounds of evaluation during the selection process.
6. Some film festivals demand that movies have their national or world premieres there. This makes it possible for the festival to provide original content.
7. Filmmakers are in charge of acquiring all required approvals, licenses, and rights for the intellectual property, music, and images used in their productions
8. During scheduled screening times, chosen films will be shown to festival attendees. The filmmakers are normally informed in advance of the schedule and venue information
9. Awards for the best films, best directors, best screenplays, etc. are frequently given out at film festivals. The festival may also award the victors with diplomas, trophies, or cash rewards.
10. Festival has a right to change venue and date of screening