The 21st edition of the Cornwall Film Festival is open for entries from across the globe
Now is the time to enter your short films & music
video to our competition.
In 2021 Cornwall Film Festival changed it's name to Mor Media Charity to incorporate the wide range of work the charity does across the year. Cornwall Film Festival still forms the core of MMC and we look forward to welcoming you to CFF2022 in Falmouth.
If your film is shortlisted your work will be judged by our panel of expert judges
This included in 2020 Andy De Emmony (The Last Kingdom, Four Kids & It), Kate Cheesman (Call the Midwife), Joss Agnew (Poldark), Yazmin Joy Vigus (Mermaids) and many more.
Shortlisted films will also be screened at the Mor Media/Cornwall Film Festival new Shorts Weekend (physically or digitally). Which will included screenings, talks, networking opportunities parties and more!
By submitting your film to Cornwall Film Festival, you could be eligible to win a British Independent Film Award!
CFF is BIFA qualifying, meaning that if your film is selected, you are eligible to submit your film to BIFA. How exciting!
This year's short film competition features a number of categories
for you to enter, including:
South West Experimental Short Film
a short film made or produced by filmmakers in the South West of the United Kingdom. Under 20 minutes and a non narrative or narrative work using experimental forms.
Short Film Pre-Selectors
We are looking for pre-selectors for Cornwall Film Festival's BIFA qualifying short film competition! This role involves supporting our Short Film Manager by reviewing the suitability of submissions for consideration. The ideal candidate will:
Have an interest in short film
Demonstrate an understanding film festival standards
Be able work alone, organised and the ability to work to deadlines