The structure of the festival
The festival structure consists of a big annual event held over two days, with a series of qualifying stages held throughout the year to select the best work by live voting by judges.
The qualifying stages are held every four months and consist of private screenings that are only available to the judges. The films are selected based on a rigorous submission process, and the top entries are screened during the qualifying stages. The judges vote on each film based on criteria such as originality, creativity, technical execution, and emotional impact.
The top films from each qualifying stage are then announced and screened during the big annual event that takes place over three days. The festival attracts a large audience of film enthusiasts, industry professionals, and media representatives from around the world.
During the three-day event, attendees have the opportunity to watch the selected films, attend workshops and panel discussions, and meet with the filmmakers. The event culminates with an awards ceremony honoring the best entries across categories such as Best Feature Film and Best Short Film.
The festival structure not only allows for the recognition of the best work by talented filmmakers but also provides a platform for networking, learning, and career development. The event serves as a celebration of the art of cinema and a showcase of the best works of the year, bringing together filmmakers, industry professionals, and film enthusiasts in a vibrant and dynamic atmosphere.