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Go Short

Go Short is the Dutch festival for short film. For five days, around 300 short films are screened in Nijmegen. Besides screenings there are exhibitions, workshops, performances, parties and more!
Established in 2008 Go Short shows a wide variation of short films, most of them made by young, talented filmmakers from all over Europe. The festival's main program contains national and international short films as well as student films, containing all genres: fiction, animation, documentary and art film. The student competition, Breaking Shorts, is selected by the student film platform Breaking Ground. Competitions are judged by multiple professional juries. Go Short also presents a number of out-of-competition programs.


Go Short - International Short Film Festival Nijmegen is accepting new submissions

Go Short - International Short Film Festival Nijmegen is accepting new submissions
Festival dates:  8 – 12 April 2015

Our entry form and regulations can be found on

The Go Short festival team has started preparing its seventh edition, which will take place in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Go Short is the only Dutch film festival that screens short films exclusively. For five days around 300 short films are screened in various locations. Besides screenings there are exhibitions, workshops, performances, parties and more!

We are now accepting new film submissions for our various competitions. All shorts completed after 1 December 2013 are eligible to compete in our competition. We will be selecting films for our European, Dutch and Student Competitions.

Competitions and awards
Go Short accepts short films in all genres for its competition programs (animation, documentary, fiction/live-action and experimental/art film). Films that are selected for the European Competition are eligible for the Go Short Award for Best Short in each genre. The national short films will be competing for the Go Short Award for Best Dutch Short.

One of the student films will be awarded with the Go Short Encouragement Award for Best European Student Short. This competition will be selected by Breaking Ground, the platform for European student films. Besides the awards per competition, all films will also be in the running for the Go Short Audience Award which will be chosen by the audience during the festival.
In 2014 the total award money amounted to €14.000.


- 1 September 2014 for films completed between 1 December 2013 and April 2014.
- 21 November 2014 for all films completed in 2014.
- 19 December 2014 for films that will have their international or world premiere during Go Short.


1) Films must be completed after 1 December 2013.
2) The maximum running time is 40 minutes.
3) The origin of the film must be (geographical) Europe, the director is European or the film was mainly financed by an European country.

Requested materials for entry:

-       A completed online entry form. A printed version is not required.
-       An URL where the film can be watched online.
-       A downloadable file of the film: maximum bitrate 5000 kbps, preferred resolution of 1280*720, H264 / mpeg4 codec,  not larger than 1 gb total, the file name contains the English title.


To enter your film, visit:


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