Bangalore International Short Film Festival

This year BISFF has curated over 300 films out of 3000 entries that came from whooping 85+ countries.

The event will be happening at Suchitra Film Society from August 28th to 30th, 2015. To watch some of the best films and to be part of an event book your delegate pass on Bangalore International Short Film Festival

Roman Polanski, Martin Scorcese, James Cameron, George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, Christopher Nolan, Girish Kasaravalli, Vidhu Vinod Chopra…you are in truly great company if you are a short filmmaker. Some of the greatest artists of our time have made short films to develop their trademark visual style and explore themes that would recur in their longer feature length films. Exceptionally imagined, tightly scripted, powerfully told short films move audiences, and Suchitra Film Society is proud to come up with a platform to showcase such talent.
Filmmakers from all across the world, students and professionals alike, are encouraged to send their work (short fiction only) that will be curated by some of the best minds in the industry, and screened at BISFF ’14 in Bangalore. In its fourth year, BISFF has established itself as a unique audience experience that premieres the best short films in a competition and showcases shorts by past masters. Additionally, the festival offers hands-on filmmaking workshops and features panels with thought leaders in the industry. Suchitra hopes that BISFF will enable young filmmakers to learn from masters, collaborate with other creators, and offer the film loving public a visual treat like none other.

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