1. Entries for the Filmingo International Short Film Festival are open for everyone. Participants under the legal age must submit a consent letter from their parent or guardian.
  2. The Short Film can be based on any subject or concept. We are currently not accepting Animated and/or Documentary Films.
  3. The short film can be in any language. However, all films must include sub-titles in English.
  4. The total runtime of the Short Film, including opening & closing credits, should strictly be a minimum of 3 minutes and a maximum of 20 minutes.
  5. All content used in the short film must be either owned or licensed. If any copyrighted material is used in the film, the participant must have the permission and submit a copy to the Festival Organizers.
  6. The Last Date for Submissions is 25th November 2020 30th November 2020 (extended).
  7. After 25th November, 20200, we’ll begin out “Late Entry Submission” process, wherein you’ll be able to submit your short film for an additional entry fee of Rs. 200. The Late Entry Submission deadline is 10th December, 2020.
  8. Short films must be uploaded to our WeTransfer account available at https://filmingo.wetransfer.com or through other online services like Google Drive or Dropbox  and must be made available for download to the festival organizers. YouTube & Vimeo links are not accepted.
  9. Only Short Films produced & completed after 1st January 2019 are eligible for the festival.
  10. Short Films that were submitted for entry into the 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 edition of the Filmingo International Short Film Festival are not eligible for entry again.
  11. The Entry Fee is INR 600 per film.
  12. Multiple entries from the same participant are accepted, but each film must be accompanied by a separate form and entry fee.
  13. The Filmingo International Short Film Festival 2020 will be undertaken as an online-only event. The screening of all officially selected short films will be done online on a streaming, on-demand website purposefully built for Filmingo 2020. Participating short films will be made available for streaming to a private audience and the files will NOT be shared outside the screening website.
  14. Prayog Malad reserves the rights to copy or use the material submitted by the participants in any form, online or offline, for the festival’s promotional and archival purposes. Note that your entire short film will never be shared with anyone or uploaded online without your permission. We understand that filmmakers want to keep the films private, and we will honor that.
  15. The short films that are selected for final screening will not be allowed to withdraw under any circumstances until the festival is over.
  16. Judges’ decision will be final and binding.
  17. Festival Organizers and PRAYOG MALAD reserve the right to change / modify / alter any rule or its part or event of this competition anytime.