EMP Submissions Ending – Sept 15 / Animations

The 10th annual festival will screen at the renowned historic Cinerama Theatre in Seattle, Washington in early 2015. The festival features excellent sci-fi/fantasy short films from around the world, and for our 10th annual festival we will be introducing a brand new “dark shorts” program. Details are available online and briefly below.


From now through September 15, 2014 the Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival will accept short film submissions that meet the following requirements:

– Up to 15 minutes in length
– Produced after 2010
– Animated or live-action
– Science fiction, fantasy, or horror genres

Visit empmuseum.org/filmfestival for more information, including the Rules & Regulations.

Wildly popular, SFFSFF has sold out the renowned 800-seat Cinerama for the last six years in a row, packing the house with enthusiastic fans from the region’s sci-fi, fantasy, and film communities. Selected films are presented on Cinerama’s massive 70-foot screen, and the theater features a new state-of-the-art sound system and digital projection.

SFFSFF films make waves around the world. Featured films have received national distribution and sparked the interest of a vast network of film fans. Plus, all films screen for a jury of luminaries in the fields of science fiction and fantasy film, television, and literature. Previous Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival films have been nominated for Academy Awards, featured in museum exhibitions, presented at festivals around the world, and received international awards and accolades.

Please feel free to contact me at erinw@empmuseum.org with any questions. We’re looking forward to watching this year’s science fiction and fantasy submissions!

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