Drone Film & Photo Festival

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The 1st Festival «Film & Photo by Drone» (DFPF) organised by ASBL Cercle d’Arts et Un Talent Se Dévoile will take place at the airfield of Saint-Hubert from 3rd to 5th June 2016.

Un Talent Se Dévoile is a new not-for-profit organisation that aims to promote young artists, and the Cercle d’Arts is a cultural association, benefitting from financial support and recognition from many public and private, Belgian and foreign, institutions.

The competition is offers 10,000 euros ( 11,000 USD) worth of cash and other prizes offered by our partners.

1. The objectives of DFPF:

To promote the production of images taken by drone encouraged through a competition

To promote works that combine technical and aesthetic innovation in the field of cinema and general picture creation

To bring together professional and amateur photographers and filmmakers passionate about aerial images

To foster the relationship between all involved in the drone photography and cinema world, whether directors or producers, and public authorities

To highlight the potential of drones and the various possible areas for shooting

To educate the general public about the use of drones in different sectors of image production by promoting a selection of films and movies.

2. Target audience:

All filmmakers and producers whether they are amateurs or professionals.

3. FILM CATEGORIES: 6 categories short movies

1 – Fiction
2 – Nature – Documentary
3 – Sport – Extreme Sport
4 – Tourism – Travel
5 – Architecture
6 – Institutional Advertising

The films submitted must have at least 10% of their images produced by drone and these images need to have been shot in compliance with the legislation in force on the location(s) of the shooting(s). The image shooting locations, the dates and equipment used will need to be disclosed on a compulsory basis.

Amateur or professional candidates may submit one film per category.

The jury reserves the right to reclassify the choice of the category.
The films will be evaluated according to the following criteria: quality of the images, quality of the photography, quality of the realisation, quality of the direction.

The movies that will not be part of the official selection will have the opportunity to be presented out of competition.

Category Open Photography:

The pictures submitted must have been taken from a drone and these pictures need to have been shot in compliance with the legislation in force on the location(s) of the shooting(s). The image shooting locations, the dates and equipment used will need to be disclosed on a compulsory basis.

Awards & Prizes

10,000 euros ( 11,000 USD ) worth of cash and other prizes.

SHORT FILM AWARDS

The competition is offers 5,000 euros worth of cash and other prizes offered by our partners.

The jury of the Film competition will award the following prizes:

• one Golden Drone per short movies category
• one Golden Drone, Prize of the Jury of the DFPF

PHOTO AWARDS

The competition is offers 5,000 euros worth of cash and other prizes offered by our partners.

The jury of the Photo competition will award the following prizes:

• one Golden Drone, Prize of the jury of the DFPF
• one Silver Drone
• one Bronze Drone

A Prize of the Public will be awarded to the picture obtaining the largest number of votes from the public present at the Festival.

Rules & Terms

Rules of the Competition FILM 2016

4. Anyone wishing to submit a film or a photograph to the Competition must complete an online registration on www.dronefestival.be and pay the registration fees. These fees will amount to 40 to 80 euros depending on the date of registration and will give free access to the Festival for one person.

Registration fees:

• Before 15th January 2016 (early bird deadline): 40 euros
• From 15th January to 15th February 2016 (normal deadline): 60 euros
• From 15th February to 15th March 2016 (late deadline): 80 euros

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