Film submission form

Jerusalem Film Festival 2017

The film you wish to submit must meet the following general requirements:

  • Submitted films must not have been shown or released anywhere in any form (including festival screenings, DVD release, or television or internet broadcast) more than twelve months prior to the starting date of the 34th Jerusalem Film Festival (July 13, 2017).
  • The submitted film has never been shown in Israel and in case of selection the screening at the Jerusalem Film Festival will mark its Israeli premiere.
  • The festival does not accept submissions of short and medium-length films (up to 60 minutes). In addition, any film that is solely promotional, educational, or scientific in nature is not eligible for selection by the festival.
  • Only online screeners are accepted as preview screeners for pre-selection. If your film is in a language other than English, the screener must be provided with English subtitles. If you submit online screener, it must be valid (with the same password) until June 10, 2017. If the link or password is not valid during this period your submission will be considered invalid.
  • Submissions will be closed on April 10th, 2017.




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We ask you to send us a screener first. The screener is a copy of the film we will be using during the selection process.

When your film is selected for the festival we will ask you to send us a master. The master is the copy we will use for projecting your film on the big screen.


Master copy

What are the specifications of the master copy? Only fill in the specifications for the source at hand.

Note: If you are entering a special project outside of competition that will have no cinema screening at all, like an installation, you can leave all rows empty.

Source Aspect ratio Frame rate Resolution Sound Subtitles DCP encrypted Stereoscopy
Quicktime file
(always required)
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(stereoscopic film)

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