FESTIVAL OF EURASIAN FILMS WILL BE HELD IN LONDON

In June 2019, the Eurasian Creative Guild launches the first festival of Eurasian films in London, the ECG Film Festival, which will be held as part of the Romford Film Festival.

ECG Film Festival is a platform to promote Eurasian region cinema, bringing it to the English-speaking world!

The Festival will introduce those in the Eurasian film industry to film professionals from all over the world. Acquainting the world with films personifying Eurasian countries and their peoples. Thus opening the doors for collaboration opportunities, joint development and growth.

The western market of cinema is ready to accept the Eurasian market. Professionals from all regions of Eurasia are in great demand. Hundreds of talented directors, producers, actors, directors, animators and screenwriters are ready to enter the world market and show what they are capable of.

Film festival in London as a platform was not chosen by chance, as many world film studios choose the UK for filming and editing world-class blockbusters.

The Romford Film Festival is a stable, well-established festival attended by a large number of film professionals and residents of London. This association is the best solution for attracting the maximum amount of attention from the press, viewers and film professionals to Eurasian cinema.

The Romford Film Festival is a five-day international event held in the heart of Romford, the administrative center of London, a great location for independent filmmakers to showcase their work to film lovers.

Founded in 2017, the festival has already received brilliant reviews from critics, directors, local residents, spectators and even politicians.

We are grateful to Nathalie Bays, manager of the Romford Film Festival for such an initiative. Film festival to be held June 6-10, 2019.

More great news is the organizing committee includes such film experts as Dr. Nadi Fadina and Icelandic actor and film director Solvi Fanner. .

The festival will feature such works as: feature films, short films, animated films, documentaries, book trailers and best screenplay.

Applications have been filed from France, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia, Germany, United Kingdom, Iran, Finland, Russian Federation, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.

AWARDS & PRIZES
GRAND PRIX
BEST EURASIAN SHORT FILM
BEST EURASIAN ANIMATED FILM
BEST EURASIAN DOCUMENTARY FILM
BEST EURASIAN BOOK TRAILER
BEST EURASIAN DIRECTOR
BEST EURASIAN SCREENPLAY
BEST EURASIAN ACTRESS
BEST EURASIAN ACTOR

Deadline: 30 April 2019

For many years, the Eurasian Creative Guild has supported and promoted filmmakers as part of Open Eurasia contest. Where the “videofilm” category has been awarded the Nemat Kelimbetov Prize for best film based on literary works. Now time has come for a standout film festival promoting the Eurasia film industry, exemplify their talents and their works throughout the world!

All enquiries on the above may be directed to
info@eurasianfilmfestival.uk.
Applications for screening out-of-competition on a commercial basis are also accepted.

¹Eurasian Creative Guild (London) — Eurasian Creative Guild (London) is a new forum for creative professionals. A virtual as well as an actual platform, whereon creatives from every sphere can unite. As much, dozens of globally significant creatives have already joined forces is an attempt to offer each other mutual support. Men and women from across the planet who believe establishing an association of writers, musicians, dancers, illustrators, graphic designers, sculptors and poets – along with anyone else who considers themselves truly creative – will benefit everyone involved in this partnership.

²“Open Eurasian Literature Festival & Book Forum – OEBF”– is an annual international literary festival and forum that unites poets, writers, artists, directors, creative people of any profession from the Eurasian region and from all over the world. The festival and forum is built on the principle of openness and interaction of all arts based on literature, providing an opportunity to establish a dialogue within the literary and cultural space and providing an opportunity for authors to express themselves.

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