SUBMISSION GUIDELINES AND REGULATIONS
1st April - 31st May
How does or has migration effected you?
Films should be in English or subtitled in English. Subtitles are encouraged, even if the dialogue is in English, to ensure maximum comprehension for a global audience.
Films in other languages are encouraged but must have subtitles in English.
Films completed on or after January 1, 2016 are eligible for consideration.
Films may only be submitted by individuals with the legal right to negotiate the use of the work.
Online, public voting will take place on the GMFF website. The festival will inform applicants by end of May if their film is selected for public voting on the Global Migration Film Festival Site.
For each selected film, either the filmmaker or the individual responsible for the submission should be prepared to provide relevant still images, a trailer, the filmmaker's biography, a photo of the film’s director and the transcripts for subtitling.
The Festival will let the filmmakers know if their documentary has been selected for public online voting by the end of April.