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"The cinema enjoys a wealth of languages, a multiplicity of styles and a variety of narrative forms that are truly great: from realism to fable, from history to science fiction, from adventure to tragedy, from comedy to news, from animated cartoon to documentary. It thus offers an incomparable storehouse of expressive means for portraying the various areas in which the human being finds himself and for interpreting his inescapable calling to the beautiful, the universal and the absolute." (John Paul II.)

 

The Jesuits are pleased again to announce the 4th “Iñigo Film Festival” for short films at the World Youth Day 2013 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Entries are accepted in the following categories: narrative fiction, animated and documentary on the general theme of "City of God". A wide variety of interpretations of this topic is expected and encouraged.

 

For example, submissions are welcomed:

- that reflect the spiritual yearnings and experiences of young people today;

- that show the presence and/or absence of God in our modern secularized world;

- that take into account the twin dimensions of faith and justice.

The ‘Iñigo Awards’ will be given to the three best short films. There will be a first prize of EUR 2.500, with a second and third prize of EUR 1.500 and EUR 1.000 respectively. There will be two additional Awards: one to a film chosen by the audience, “The Audience Award” (non-monetary), and “The Fidel Goetz Emerging Film-Maker Award”, which includes FCP Studio Pro and a stipend for the Festival. Each prize is accompanied with a professional software bundle by Showbiz (Budgeting, Scheduling & Producer)


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  TIFF Regulations for the 4th  Iñigo Film Festival 2013

 

1. The 4 th  Iñigo Film Festival (TIFF) and the “Iñigo Awards” are sponsored by the Society of Jesus as represented by the Conference of European Provincials (CEP).

2. The prizes (“Iñigo Awards”) will be awarded to short films on the theme “City of God”.

The maximum length is 20 minutes. The format for submissions must be DVD (region 0, 1 or 2) or Blu-ray (region 0 or 2) in PAL or NTSC. It is expected that these films will successfully integrate their religious, spiritual, and social themes with the resources of film as a modern artistic medium. English subtitles are required for non-English language films. 

3. TIFF is world-wide in scope. It is intended for—and limited to—independent young filmmakers. The age limit is 35 (= date of birth 1978 and later).

4. There will be a first prize of 2.500 Euro, with a second and third prize of 1.500 Euro and 1.000 Euro respectively. There will be two additional non-monetary Awards: one to a film chosen by the audience, “The Audience Award”, and “The Fidel Goetz Emerging Film-Maker Award” recognizing the best film by young film makers who do not have access to professional equipment.

5. The winners will be decided by a jury consisting of two representatives from the area of film and new media, and two members of the Society of Jesus.

6. All who enter the competition agree not to contest the jury’s decisions through any legal process. The outcome of the judging procedure for the “Iñigo Awards” is final.

7. All submissions are non-returnable. All materials submitted become the property of the Society of Jesus. Please do not send the original tape or any other original materials.

The sender alone is responsible for postage. The Society of Jesus will not accept shipments on delivery and will not pay duty on shipments requiring it. Rights for Broadcasting and Copyrights:

8. The author or the group submitting a film must have the full right, power and authority to enter it into the film festival (TIFF). The film-maker must have obtained and will maintain during the time of the festival all rights, authorizations, permits, exemptions, consents and licenses covering the film to grant TIFF the broadcast and public performance rights. 

9. The author or the group gives permission to the Society of Jesus to use the stills for promoting TIFF and the “Iñigo Awards” in print and electronic media (CD, DVD, Bluray, Internet).

10. The author or the group gives permission to the Society of Jesus for the collecting and viewing of the submitted film in the “TIFF / Iñigo Award” Library.

11. The author or the group gives permission to the Society of Jesus to broadcast up to 3 minutes of the submitted film or using the trailer in order to promote TIFF and the “Iñigo Awards” on radio, television, and the Internet.

12. The author or group gives permission for the Society of Jesus to show the submitted film for the duration of World Youth Day as well as at pre-program publicity screenings.

Munich, Mai 1 st , 2012 Fr. Christof Wolf, S.J. (TIFF Director)

 

 Contact Info

TIFF
Festival Director Fr. Christof Wolf, S.J.
Email:info@tiffestival.com
Kaulbachstrasse 31a
80539 Munich 
Germany

cell +49.163.637.6450

Website: http://www.tiffestival.org/

 2012 SUBMISSIONS GUIDELINES –RULES & REGULATIONS

Opening Date May 1, 2012

Deadlines:

Earlybird Deadline January 15, 2013

Regular Deadline March 15, 2013

Late Deadline April 05, 2013

Notification Date approx. May 15, 2013 


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Submissions can now be completed directly online on Withoutabox at http://www.withoutabox.com/login/5332

  The Iñigo Film Festival TIFF 

About The Iñigo Film Festival
The cinema enjoys a wealth of languages, a multiplicity of styles and a variety of narrative forms that are truly great: from realism to fable, from history to science fiction, from adventure to tragedy, from comedy to news, from animated cartoon to documentary. It thus offers an incomparable storehouse of expressive means for portraying the various areas in which the human being finds himself and for interpreting his inescapable calling to the beautiful, the universal and the absolute.” (John Paul II.)

 

The Jesuits are pleased again to announce the 4th “Iñigo
Film Festival” for short films at the World Youth Day 2013 in Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil.

Entries are accepted in the following categories: narrative fiction, animated and documentary on the general theme of ‘City of God’. A wide variety of interpretations of this topic is expected and encouraged.

 


 THE AWARDS

The ‘Iñigo Awards’ will be given to the three best short films.
5000€ IN CASH PRIZE and software.

There will be a first prize of EUR 2.500, with a second and third prize of EUR 1.500 and EUR 1.000 respectively. There will be two additional Awards: one to a film chosen by the audience, “The Audience Award” (non-monetary), and “The Fidel Goetz Emerging Film-Maker Award”, which includes FCP Studio Pro and a stipend for the Festival.
Each prize is accompanied with a professional software bundle by Showbiz (Budgeting, Scheduling & Producer)


  THE PAST WINNERS

Congratulations to the Winners 2011!

from left: Fidel Goetz Emerging Film Maker Award Winner Indrajith Mahawaduge (for Shalini Tharmalingam); María Beguiristain (assistant director); First Prize Winner Piotr Zlotorowicz, Adrian Marbacher, S.J. (assistant director); Second Prize Winner Conor Heffernan; Audience Award Winner Paddy Slattery; Christof Wolf, S.J. (festival director); Third Prize Winner Vojin Vasovic.

Winner 1st prize: Smolarze (Charcoal Burners) (POLEN)

Winner 2nd prize: 5 Minutes Each (CANADA/SERBIA/MONTENEGRO)

Winner 3rd prize: The Song of Wandering Eamonn (IRELAND/UK)

Fidel Goetz Emerging Film Maker Award: Regrets (SRI LANKA)

Audience Award: The Moment (IRELAND)

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