The Tasmanian Breath of Fresh Air Film Festival (BOFA) is reminding all filmmakers that there’s just 2 weeks left to submit entries to their BOFA Devil Short Film Competition.
The competition is open to all resident Australian filmmakers, films should be less than 15 minutes in length and must have been made in the last five years.
Up to 35 short films will be selected for screening before feature length films and documentaries to festival audiences at BOFA 2015, and will receive a Selected in Competition certificate.
The winner will receive $1000, a VIP BOFA Festival Pass and a hand crafted glass BOFA Devil Award, designed and made by renowned Tasmanian master glassblower James Dodson.
All short film makers whose films will be screened at BOFA 2015 will receive a BOFA Festival Pass to see 8 films of their choice. Film makers wanting to attend BOFA can access free billeting accommodation and cheap airfares by registering interest at firstname.lastname@example.org
Entries close Sunday 2 August, for information or to submit a film BOFA