Submissions are now closed, thank you very much and see you in Tulcea between 8 – 11 June!
Pelicam International Film Festival on Environment and People invites film directors, producers and distributors to register their films in one of the four competitions of the festival.
Submissions for the 2017 edition of the festival start on 28th November 2016 and will be open until the 15th of March 2017, and the selected films will be screened in Tulcea between the 1st and 4th of June, when we gather on the banks of the Danube to see the best and newest films in the world dedicated to the environment.
The films can be submitted online in one of the four categories of international film competition: Feature Films Competition, Shorts Competition, Black Sea Docs – section dedicated to documentary films from and about the countries neighboring the Black Sea -, and Fresh Perspectives – the competition for documentary films especially aimed at young audiences, that propose or present alternative solutions for a sustainable future.
The films must be produced after 1 January 2015 for the categories Black Sea Docs and Fresh Perspectives, and after 1 January 2016 for the feature films and short films competition. Also, the films will be screened in premiere in Romania, except for Romanian films. Rules and regulations for Pelicam 2017 can be found here and the online submission form here.
Pelicam International Film Festival on Environment and People is part of the Green Film Network, a network of 34 environmental film festivals from all over the world. GFN Award is awarded to one of the films proposed by the festivals belonging to the network; Pelicam’s proposal for 2017 is the winner of Black Sea Docs 2016, The Babushkas of Chernobyl (USA/Ukraine, 2015).
In 2016, Pelicam brought to Tulcea, for a fifth consecutive year, over 30 films in national premiere, awarded international directors, environmental organizations and journalists.
Pelicam 2017 Rules & Regulations
Pelicam 2017 submission form