We are pleased to announce the first annual Two Box Film Fest and that we will be screening April 5th, 2020 at 8:00 pm at the historic Mayfair Theatre, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada!
Our goal is to bring some of the best short films from all over the world into one screening. A curated, mixed-genre screening that'll wow the audience and leave them thinking about the films long after they leave the theatre!
As filmmakers ourselves, we wanted to create something new…something that gives back. Our festival will donate 40% of all proceeds to the filmmakers, and 40% to a worthy cause! This includes all submission fees, all donations, and all that's collected at the screening!
Two Box Film Fest proudly accepts entries on FilmFreeway, the world's #1 way to enter film festivals and creative contests.
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We are excited to review your short films! All genres of short films are welcome, including documentaries (no pornographic content, please). The screening will be approximately 90-120 minutes long, so it's important to send in your best work! There is no premiere status requirements.
Our jury will evaluate the quality of filmmaking, creativity, storytelling ability, and entertainment factor. All selected filmmakers will receive the “official selection” laurel leaves graphic. More importantly, selected filmmakers will split the profits earned by the Two Box Film Fest!
40% of the profits go to the selected filmmakers, based on screening time. For example, if there is $10,000 in profit, $4,000 of that goes to the filmmakers. If the final run time is 100 minutes, and a film is 10 minutes, that film gets 10% of the $4000 ($400). There is no cap on the sharing amount. 40% of the profit goes to the charit , and 20% of the profit will be kept by festival organizers to cover costs and time.
To submit a film, you must have created the project yourself, own the rights or have permission from the owner of the content to submit the film to us. Please read all the rules and requirements before submitting your project: