Vancouver Short Film Festival Celebrates Local Canadian Filmmakers on Canada Day

By on July 1, 2017

Happy Canada Day!

Submitted. Vancouver Short Film Festival (VSFF) is now accepting submissions for its 8th edition, and is celebrating local short-format filmmakers from British Columbia this Canada Day by offering a special submission price. From July 1-3, filmmakers from across BC are invited to submit their projects HERE for $15, using the code VSFFCAN150.

The aim of VSFF is to strengthen and foster British Columbia’s film identity – and what better way to celebrate Canada 150 than by offering the opportunity for Canadian storytellers to share their work. In previous years, VSFF has given away up to $15,000 worth in prizes, with 28 films programmed in total last year, including 8 student films, and 8 films directed by women.

VSFF once again welcomes audiences to experience innovative and original films and connect with local emerging and established professionals from January 26-27, 2018 in Vancouver.

Let’s get social! Follow VSFF on TwitterFacebook and Instagram.

About VSFF

The Vancouver Short Film Festival (VSFF) is committed to the celebration of the vibrant community of short film, video, and animation artists on the Canadian West Coast. We hope to build ties between emerging and established professionals, and provide an arena where all short filmmakers, including students, can screen their films in public and support their fellow colleagues. Our ultimate goal is to connect short filmmakers to a broader audience in order to grow the local film industry

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