TriForce Short Film Festival Submissions Open!

We are pleased to announce that submissions are now open for the TriForce Short Film Festival 2015!

The TriForce Short Film Festival was set up to support the careers of film directors, producers, below the line talent and screenwriters working in the short independent film sector and to increase diversity and collaboration in short film production. Its aim is to find and acknowledge innovative storytelling and connect filmmakers and industry professionals.

In keeping with TriForce’s ethos of enabling access for all, submission fees have been reduced this year! We are pleased to announce that we are bringing back the Microshorts category this year for films under 5 minutes, still free for filmmakers to submit. And for films between 5 and 20 minutes, submission fees start from as low as 25 Euros for Early Bird entries.

The TriForce Short Film Festival 2015 will again be held at the prestigious British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) in London on 5 December 2015. Filmmakers can submit films via the dedicated film festival website; Finalists will be chosen from the submissions, 16 shortlisted films will be screened on the day of the festival and the four finalists at a red carpet gala event on Saturday 5 December. The festival will also include a diverse programme of seminars, focusing on areas of career development for film makers and below the line talent, provided by leading industry panels. Tickets for the festival will be available in the coming weeks.
Confirmed judges for 2015 include:

Marianne Jean Baptiste – Actor/Producer
Lindsey Bender – Television Executive for Creative Artists Agency
Carter Pilcher – CEO Shorts International
Noel Clarke – Actor/Writer/Producer/Director

We offer two awards for TFSFF 2015, Best of the Fest and the Audience Choice Award. Both awards have a cash prize and a career development opportunity attached. 2014’s winners were awarded shadowing opportunities with Red Planet Pictures and MAMA Youth Project’s Sky 1 show “What’s Up”.

We are using the online platform for submissions this year. The site lists film festivals all over the UK and Europe, so once you’ve registered and uploaded your film, you can enter not only the TriForce Short Film Festival, but also a variety of other festivals, increasing the exposure for your project.

TFSFF accepts films of ALL genres, including documentaries. Films must be between 5 and 20 minutes, including credits. If your film is under 5 minutes, please submit it to the Microshorts section.

FestHome charges an administration fee to submit your film into festivals. For TFSFF 2015, the administration fee is €1.50. We have reduced our submission prices to absorb this fee where possible. Please note that all fees are in Euros.

Submission Fees:

Microshorts (films under 5 minutes including credits)

FestHome Admin Fee: €1.50
TFSFF Fee: Free
Total: €1.50

General Submissions: (films between 5 and 20 minutes including credits)

Until 14th August
FestHome Admin Fee: €1.50
TFSFF Fee: €23.50
Total: €25

15th August – 11th September
FestHome Admin Fee: €1.50
TFSFF Fee: €28.50
Total: €30

12th September – 18th September
FestHome Admin Fee: €1.50
TFSFF Fee: €33.50
Total: €35

For further information please go to our dedicated website –