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Aesthetica Short Film Festival

Next festival:
November 8th, 2017 to November 12th, 2017

Official website
www.asff.co.uk

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

The BAFTA Qualifying Aesthetica Short Film Festival (ASFF) is an international film festival which takes place annually in York, UK, at the beginning of November. The festival is a celebration of independent short film from around the world, and an outlet for supporting and championing filmmaking.

Each year, ASFF attracts thousands of entries. One of the UK’s most exciting site-specific events, ASFF showcases over 300 international films from emerging and established filmmakers in various venues across the city of York. The programme also includes industry masterclasses, networking sessions and panel discussions.

ASFF is organised by Aesthetica, one of the leading publications for art, design and photography, highlighting some of the most important artists at work today, both established and emerging, through detailed features and stunning imagery. The magazine includes in-depth coverage of new exhibitions and artists, photography and film, making it a go-to-guide for all art and culture lovers across the world.

COMPETITIONS & AWARDS

The festival has category prize winners. These are: Advertising, Animation, Artists’ Film, Experimental, Comedy, Drama, Documentary, Fashion Film, Music Video and Thriller. They also have a People’s Choice Award and a Jury Main Prize.

FESTIVAL CENTER

ADMINISTRATIVE ADDRESS
Aesthetica Magazine
10 Toft Green
York
YO1 6JT

CONTACT EMAIL
asff[at]aestheticamagazine.com

FESTIVAL SHOWS...
Live-action shorts
Animated shorts
Documentary shorts
Experimental shorts
Music videos
Live performances
Exhibitions
Lectures, seminars, masterclasses, ...

MAXIMUM SHORT FILM DURATION: 30 minutes

FESTIVAL HAS AN ENTRY FEE
£20 per film.

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The Short Film Conference has been in existence since 1970 as non-profit association for the promotion of the short film. We are the only international organist in the world seeking to unite the global short film community.