Mini Boxoffice, a celluloid forum which has been successfully conducting the Bangalore Short Film Festival (BSFF) since the last two years, is all set to hold the third edition of the festival. The one-day event will be held on June 21.
May 31 is the deadline for film makers to send their entries in short film, documentary, animation and music video categories. Awards would be given for all categories.
They include: special festival mention, special jury mention, best director, best cinematography, best editing, best screenplay and best FFX, best actor, best actress, best original music, best background music, best film, best animation production institution (academic) and best film production house.
According to Rambhul Singh, festival director, Mini Boxoffice is a movement to recognize and popularise the work of young and experienced filmmakers from country and abroad. BSFF’s journey had begun in the year 2012 to mark 100 years of Indian cinema and to salute the contribution of the Kannada film industry . The festival would provide a platform to aspiring and professional filmmakers for showcasing their talent with networking and marketing opportunities in film industry.The objective of the BSFF is to promote a short film culture in India besides promoting the work of upcoming filmmakers and developing sources of revenue generation for short films.
BSFF promotes the work of up and coming filmmakers It develops sources of revenue for short films
BSFF promotes the work of up and coming filmmakers
It develops sources of revenue for short films