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Call for entrants - Short Film Competition, Harvest Film Festival 2019

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Competition - Harvest Film Festival 

Applications for the 2019 Harvest Short Film Competition are open until midnight, Monday 30th September. 

The Harvest Short Film Competition is an open call to all film-makers from around the world, living and working in both rural and urban landscapes, to submit films under 15 minute relating to the festival themes of farming, food and land. The invitation comes from the festival organiser, Lower Hewood Farm in association with Common Ground.

2019 judging panel are: 

Guy Shrubsole, author of Who Owns England? and campaigner for Friends of the Earth

Dictynna Hood, writer and director of Wreckers (2011) and Us Among The Stones (2019)

Adrian Cooper, producer of Arcadia (2016) and director or arts and environment charity Common Ground

The shortlisted films will be screened on November 9th 2019 at the Harvest Film Festival in Dorset and in 2020 at b-side festival.

Please visit www.harvestfilmfestival.com for full details of the competition and the festival event

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