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Melbourne Documentary Film Festival
Total awards: 2500 $
Join 40 $
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Info & Rules

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Contest info

Description

Hunger for documentaries The Melbourne Doc Fest curate’s world class features every year. Competition searches for documentaries that are fascinating; well-made; provoking; passionate; relevant to Australian audiences. This competition is suitable for individuals worldwide. The Melbourne Doc Fest is one of the world newest film festivals and is the only one in Australasia to provide feedback on submissions. Who is welcome to participate? If you are aged between 18 and +65 years can join this online contest by clicking the green button "Join" in the top right corner. You will need to pay an entrance fee of $40 dollars. Possible payment of an entrance fee to be paid via PayPal or credit card. Award categories like “Documentary photography” have never been attempted by a film fest. Contest promotes all documentaries, but these in particular: Documentaries from Women in film; Aboriginal and Indigenous; Asian cinema; LGBTI. Win the “Ozstars” The Melbourne festival is a competitive film fest and has 18 categories, known as the “Ozstars”, which you can enter: Supreme Jury prize winner - Best International Documentary; Best Australian; Best Australian Short; Best International Short; Best Melbourne; Best Indigenous; Best Music/Art; Best Environmental; Best Emerging Director; Audience Choice Award; Wildcard/Avante Garde award; Best Expanded Interdisciplinary Project. Documentary Photography - Award Categories: Supreme Jury Prize Award – Photography; Photo-Journalism; Street Photography; Landscape; Portraiture. The participants will be judged by a jury composed of professionals. Winning this type of competition can bring you a lot of positive, but also a serious cash prize. Supreme Jury Prize - $1000 dollars, Best Australian short - $1000 dollars and Supreme jury prize award for Photography - $500 dollars. The Melbourne festival can be a good start for any beginner or intermediate competitor. Participate online in competitions like this to develop your professional portfolio and add prizes.

Number of winners

n/a

Status

completed

Host

Category:

Photography , Films

Start date

3 August 2016  -  16 April 2017

Registration

 - 

Voting

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Awards

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Winning this type of competition can bring you a lot of positive, but also a serious cash prize. Supreme Jury Prize - $1000 dollars, Best Australian short - $1000 dollars and Supreme jury prize award for Photography - $500 dollars.

General rules

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The Melbourne Doc Fest curate’s world class features. Festival searches for documentaries that are fascinating, well-made, provoking, passionate and relevant to Australian audiences.
If you are aged between 18 and +65 years can join this online contest by clicking the green button "Join" in the top right corner. You will need to pay an entrance fee of $40 dollars. Possible payment of an entrance fee to be paid via PayPal or credit card.
Award categories like “Documentary photography” have never been attempted by a film fest. Contest promotes all documentaries, but these in particular: Documentaries from Women in film; Aboriginal and Indigenous; Asian cinema; LGBTI.
The Melbourne festival is a competitive film fest and has 18 categories, known as the “Ozstars”, which you can enter:
Supreme Jury prize winner - Best International Documentary; Best Australian; Best Australian Short; Best International Short; Best Melbourne; Best Indigenous; Best Music/Art; Best Environmental; Best Emerging Director; Audience Choice Award; Wildcard/Avante Garde award; Best Expanded Interdisciplinary Project.
Documentary Photography - Award Categories: Supreme Jury Prize Award – Photography; Photo-Journalism; Street Photography; Landscape; Portraiture. The participants will be judged by a jury composed of professionals.

The Melbourne Documentary Festival Rules & Terms: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/MelbourneDocumentaryFilmFestival

Restrictions

restrictions
Age restriction: 18 / 99

Available for citizens: Worldwide