In the past two years, over 300 filmmakers from around the world have entered the world’s largest short films competition for films on food, farming and sustainability. We’re thrilled to be launching the third year of our international short films contest and announcing a call for submissions of super-short films on underreported issues, unique changemakers and creative solutions to foster a broad, public conversation about solving our global food system’s most intractable problems–from hunger to diet-related illnesses to environmental crises.
Details about submissions guidelines can be found at www.realfoodfilms.org. Submissions are due by March 1 at 9p PST / 12 midnight EST. The top ten finalist films will be announced April 1 at Madrone Studios in San Francisco.
Contest judges include some of the nation’s most significant leaders in food, farming and film, from the James Beard Foundation’s Susan Ungaro to chef and author, Bryant Terry. Its distribution partners include film festivals and online video platform, Vimeo. In addition, the Contest works with dozens of universities around the country and has partnered for events and programming with Occidental College (Los Angeles) and Gustolab Institute for Food Studies (Rome). Winning films have been shown around the world–from a festival in Istanbul to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City to Food & Wine’s online platform.
Client: Real Food Films
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