This might be of interest to some of our readers. See below for information on the 2015 Galway African Film Festival.
Galway African Film Festival in partnership with MMBF Trust
GAFF Shorts Competition
Open to African film-makers (incl. African Diaspora).
How does it work?
Any African Film Maker can submit a short film (either recently completed or new) to this competition. Send your film to email@example.com and it will be uploaded onto the GAFF Shorts Youtube Channel. Films will be shortlisted on the basis of storyline, presentation and overall quality.
The Top 10 videos will then be open to public voting. The video with most votes will be the overall winner.
All Short Films must be 10 minutes or less.
Deadline: April 30th
Public voting will be open until May 30th. The winner will be informed within two weeks following this deadline. All films will be kept online and made accessible to other film festivals with credit given to GAFF, the MMBF and the film-maker.
All film-makers must agree to their short film being made available publicly.
All rights to the film will remain with the film-makers.
€100 prize money for the best short film.
Send your submissions to