Richard Harris International Film Festival 2017 Call for Submissions

Richard Harris International Film Festival 2017

Richard Harris International Film Festival 2017 Call for Submissions. Pictured in 2016 the RHIFF Festival hosted a Live Script Reading of the screenplay for Pirate Queen – the story of Grace O’Malley – in front of a live audience in the Belltable Arts Centre, Limerick. 

The Richard Harris International Film Festival 2017 is based in Limerick City, home of legendary actor Richard Harris.

Richard Harris International Film Festival 2017

Richard Harris International Film Festival 2017 poster.

The RHIFF has grown since Zeb and Sylvia Moore of The Magic Roundabout Theatre Company and team of volunteers first established it in 2013. In these short unfunded years, it has become a respected platform for premieres, networking and award incentives for visual art as well as filmmaking. The primary purpose is the promotion of relevant industry talent in the Mid-West overseas, with special regard to Cannes and California.

Having screened 55 short films, hosted 3 time Grammy Award winner Jimmy Webb, Emmy Award Winner Fionnula Flanagan, Academy Award Nominees Stephen Rea and Shane Connaughton the Richard Harris International Film Festival are delighted to announce submission’s for the 2017 Festival are now open!

The 2017 festival will be a 5-day event over the Bank Holiday weekend October 26th – 30th 2017.  Throughout the festival, there will be screenings of features by the Irish Diaspora, national and international short films, a feature film competition, short film categories, monologue and artists’ competitions, workshops, culture trail, networking events, music and poetry and more!

Further announcements and details in the coming weeks! Keep an eye on Social Media!

Categories:

Short Film – 3 categories, Midwest, National / International and Newport Beach.  Running times of 20 minutes or under for Midwest and National / International, 15 minutes and under for the Newport Beach Competition.

Feature Film – Screen alongside invited Feature Films and Richard Harris Retrospective

Monologue Competition – open to international entrants this year.  Submit your self-tape via filmfreeway.

Sports Documentary Competition – It’s fitting that a Film Festival in Ireland’s Sporting City screen Sports Documentaries – running time 40 minutes or less

To submit for the Richard Harris International Film Festival 2017 click here

To read more about film in Limerick click here

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