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Film Submissions

SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW OPEN FOR HRAFF 2016

The annual Human Rights Art & Film Festival is devoted to the exploration of human rights issues through a high-calibre creative  program, that will challenge, touch, and inspire audiences from all walks of life. We envision a diverse and vibrant cultural community that is engaged with human rights.

Submit your film for the opportunity to move and inspire HRAFF audiences, and be a part of the premier human rights art and film festival in Australia.

2016 SUBMISSION INFORMATION

KEY DATES

EarlyBird closes 16 October 2015 (discounts apply)
Features close 30 October 2015
Shorts close 27 November 2015

FEES

Early Bird
Features (Standard / WAB Discount)  $40.00 / $35.00
Shorts (Standard / WAB Discount) $25.00 / $20.00
Student Shorts (Standard / WAB Discount) $20.00 / $15.00

Standard
Features (Standard / WAB Discount)  $50.00 / $45.00
Shorts (Standard / WAB Discount) $30.00 / $25.00
Student Shorts (Standard / WAB Discount) $25.00 / $20.00

FAQ

What is a human rights film? Click here to read some handy tips for filmmakers.

Under 18? Download the parental consent form and have a parent or guardian submit on your behalf. Click here to download the consent form and send it to [email protected].

If you have any access requirements in relation to the submission process, please contact the office on +61 3 9629 9944 or email [email protected]with your access enquiry.

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TERMS & CONDITIONS

Prior to submitting please read our Terms & Conditions by clicking here.

CONTACT DETAILS

If you have any questions about the film submission process, please email [email protected]. For general festival enquiries, please visit the contact us page.

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