News: Submit your short film to the ASFF

Got a spare £15? Why not use it to enter your short film in the Aesthetica Short Film Festival? You’ve got time to save up, the deadline is 31 May.

For more information, visit http://www.asff.co.uk or read all the info they send out below.

The Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2013 allows filmmakers to connect with new, worldwide audiences and interact with some of the biggest industry personalities. Over 200 short films will be screened at this unique event, in 15 iconic locations across York from 7-10 November 2013.

This year’s prizes include:

• £750 Festival Winner
• £250 People’s Choice Award
• Festival screenings at ASFF 2013
• Editorial in Aesthetica Magazine
• Opportunity to be included on the festival sampler DVD
• 12 month membership to Shooting People

It’s a fantastic opportunity for students from University of East London to showcase their work in an impressive setting to an international audience. High profile ASFF attendees in 2012 included representatives from Warp, BAFTA, Channel 4 and Raindance. We’ve already had a great response from a range of organisations and filmmakers, both nationally and internationally, and ASFF 2013 is set to be our best yet!

Spread the word to film students of University of East London and share this message with your followers on Facebook or Twitter

Enter @asffest today! Screen your #shortfilm in #York. All genres accepted, deadline 31 May 2013. www.asff.co.uk

20FOUR FRAMES News Team

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