Rules and regulations
Finno-Ugric Short Film Fiction – Finno-Ugric Short Film Experimental
• There is no limit to the number of films that a filmmaker or producer may register.
• Finno-Ugric means films made by filmmakers of Finno-Ugric origin or films dealing with Finno-Ugric topics that are made by non-Finno-Ugric directors.
• The maximum duration of short films is 30 minutes, including credits.
• Music videos, commercial work and political propaganda are not accepted.
• In order to be admitted, the material must be presented with English subtitles or with a Russian dialogue list which is sent to the festival by 30th of April 2019.
Once a film has been submitted for participation it cannot be withdrawn.
• All shipping expenses of participating works, from their place of origin to the address of this organisation, shall be paid exclusively by the participant. The Festival will not be responsible for the cost of receiving any additional materials.
• The Festival does not pay screening fees.
• Films in FUFF’s official selection will be viewable in the FUFF Digital Film Library, accessible to industry professionals throughout the duration of the Festival and available to be viewed privately on a secure server by jury members, film festival programmers, critics, buyers and distributors during and after the event. The contact information for each corresponding producer or rights holder will be published.
• Selected films may form part of the festival’s travelling showcase, participating around the world.
• The festival invites the filmmakers to the festival and provides accommodation and food for the time of the festival for certain filmmakers.
Send or upload film
WeTransfer, or uploaded to our ftp site
by 30th of April 2019
Electronic Press Kit
When submitting your film, please also provide an Electronic Press Kit including the following information:
• A still photo from the film (colour at 300 dpi, jpg or tiff format)
• A film synopsis (in Russian and English if possible, or if not in either of these two languages)
• A brief Biography of the director (in Russian and English if possible, or if not in either of these two languages)
• A photograph of the director (colour at 300 dpi, jpg or tiff format)
• Film Credits