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Submissions to the 2019 edition of the iREPRESENT International Documentary Film Festival are now open. We proudly accept entries via FilmFreeway.com, please make sure to read the submission guideline.
Rules & Terms
iREP is a documentary film genre-specific festival, we do not accept any other film genre apart from documentary.
iREP is a free attendance festival, we do not pay screening fees to filmmakers for films submitted to our festival.
Film(s) submitted should reflect the African experience i.e. the subject matter must address or celebrate issues in Africa
All films should be submitted via a password-protected streaming URL link.
Please prepare this link ahead of submitting your film.
Links must remain active and accessible through February 2020.
In the case of a password change or link change, please email the Festival organizers immediately with that change so we may update your record.
Films not shot in English language should have standard English language subtitles at the time of submission. Dialogue lists will not be accepted.
Film Entrants must own the copyright of the film
A synopsis of the film (not more than 450 words) must be submitted.
A poster or frame grab from the film must be submitted.
Filmmakers must supply the following detail:
Year of Production
Country of Production
Entrants must fully comply with these Entry Rules & Regulations, including all deadlines, entry material and other requirements.
Film entry closes on November 30, 2019.
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