Infocus Short Film Festival Latino Edition is open to professional and non-professional filmmakers working in the United States or abroad. Eligible entries must have been produced between 2018 to the present, have a Latino(a) in an "above the line" position (Producer, Director or Writer) and/or subject matter must have a relevant theme to the Latino/Hispanic community. All film genres are eligible: documentary, narrative, animation and experimental.
Submission requirements (Please read carefully):
• All films submitted must be in final cut form.
• All films must have English subtitles for all non-English language entries.
• All submission requirements must be received by the deadline, April 30 2020. No late submissions past the Late Deadline will be accepted. All submissions must be submitted online.
• Films that are publicly available online prior to the Festival may be considered for exhibition during the Festival,.
• A secure online screener link must be provided for press requests and internal festival use.
• Exhibition materials must be delivered to the Festival office by May 10, 2020.
• Entrants are responsible for obtaining any necessary licenses, royalties, release forms, clearances, and permits necessary to present their work. Infocus Short Film Festival Latino edition is not responsible for any claim involving copyright, trademark, credits, or royalty infringement related to the work.
Entry fees are per each film and are non-refundable. Infocus Short Film Festival reserves the right to disqualify a submission, without refund of any kind, if eligibility requirements are not met including if eligibility status changes post-submission. Short Films are films 25 minutes or less.