Dublin International Short Film and Music Festival 6th-8th October 2017

The Short Films Programme 2017

104 short films in this year programme with 103 in competition and we are focusing on the Israelian and German short films. We thank you very much for all the support you give us.

Final Selection 2017

Here is the short film selection for 2017, a programme will be up by the end of the week. Congratulation to all the selected.

Awards

Our awards are unique paintings in canvas made by very talented Dublin based artist Pratima Gungadoss, in 2017 we have fourteen awards to give away

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Submissions now closed for 2017

Notification date: 31 August 2017

Festival Galleries

DISFMF 2016

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DISFMF 2015

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DISFMF 2014

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DISFMF 2013

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DISFMF 2012

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Latest News

Awards 2017

We are an independent festival dedicated to bring together established musicians and filmmakers in a forum to celebrate the short films. For 2017 we have 14 awards o Best Director o Best Producer o Best Script o Best Music Video o Best Cinematography o Best Edit o...

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Press 2017

DISFMF is an independent festival dedicated to bring together film makers and musicians from around the world in a forum to celebrate short films and music. The goal of the festival is to show variety of all genres, drama, comedies, animations, documentaries, music...

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Advice for the Aspiring Screenwriters

There are many articles about screenwriting on the internet—too many, if we’re really honest—but here are some suggestions we feel haven’t been made as much as they should be. 1. Do your research. Check out websites

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Award Winners

Award for best Director went to Gui Campos for the short film ROSINHA.

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Award Winners

Award for the Best Irish Short went to… LEAVE

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Award Winners

WINNER of THE BEST MUSIC VIDEO, PROJECT: VETO BY SOHN Directed by Abderrezak Chri

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Award Winners

The Award for the Best Script went to Maureen O’Connell, Ireland for the short film Proclaim.

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Award Winners

And the Award for the Best Cinematography went to Sam Heasmam for Miracle On Canary Wharf, Directed by Brandley Porter, UK.

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Award Winners

Code Therapy, Directed by Divya Pathak, UK won the Award for the Best Documentary.

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Testimonials

A brilliant and so professionally organised festival. A great choice and variety of films being screened at proper venues. One of the best, if not the best film festival in Dublin.

Patrick McKnight

Director

This is an outstanding festival. The quality of films screened were of such a high standard. It was just great to be a small part of it. The festival staff & volunteers were so friendly, generous and extremely helpful. We will definitely go back to it next year.

Maureen OConnell

Director

Dublin International Short Film and Music Festival was absolutely great! Affordable submission fees, great communication, extremely helpful and a great networking opportunity. Great experience, I hope to submit again.

Ronan Cassidy

Producer

Fantastic festival. Very friendly, professional and dedicated organizers. It was an absolute honor and pleasure being part of the festival. We totally recommend it.

Fernando Otero

Director

Thanks to friends for support

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