About

Arctic International Film Festival "Golden Raven" is being held annually on the territory of the Chukotka Autonomous Region and is the professional competitive screening of cinematic works from around the world

The festival sets its goals and objectives as following:

- search and promotion of the best modern films related to the Arctic and reflecting various aspects of life in this region;

- attracting the attention of the public and professional community to the topics relevant to the Arctic including ecology, interethnic relations, the continuity of generations, the preservation of traditions and culture, etc.;

- creation of a communication channel and strengthening of cooperation between Russia and the world community through the territories and cultural space of the Far North of the Russian Federation;

- popularization of event and ecological tourism on the territory of the Chukotka Autonomous Region;

- creation and development of a comfortable environment for residents of the Chukotka Autonomous Region;

- development of the film production infrastructure, as well as promotion of the Chukotka Autonomous Region as an attractive and comfortable location for filmmaking;

- search and support of young talented filmmakers creating films in the Arctic region;

- preservation and popularization of the cultural heritage of the indigenous peoples of the North and the Far East.

Within the framework of the film festival, creative meetings, master classes and trainings on drama, acting, stage speech, the director's work with the actor are held. 

During the festival "Golden Raven" a cinema laboratory is held. Under the guidance of professionals of the film industry, talented youth create films about their favorite land.

Awards

The following prizes are awarded according to the results of the Festival:

• Grand-Prix of the Festival - to the best film of full-length competition according to the results of people's choice;

• "The Big Golden Raven" – for the best full-length feature or documentary film according to the decision of the expert jury;

• Special Jury Prize - the full-length feature and documentary films competition prize (the nomination and the recipient of the prize are determined by the jury);

• "The Small Golden Raven" – for the best short feature film according to the results of people's rating choice;

• "The Small Golden Raven" – for the best short documentary film according to the results of people's rating choice;

• Special Prize of the regional competitive selection "FilmRising!" according to the decision of the expert jury to the director of the film;

• Organizing Committee Prize;

• Special Prize "For Contribution to Cinema".

All prizes of the Festival are unique and are created by a bone-cutter artist from traditional materials: walrus fang and moose horn.

 None prize can be divided between two or more participants of competitive programs.

Besides the established prizes, the expert jury has the right to award no more than two films participating in the competitive program of full-length feature and documentary films with a diploma or special mention of the jury (the award includes a diploma; cash prize and a statuette are not provided for these categories of awards).

All prizes of the Festival are unique and are created by a bone-cutter artist from traditional materials: walrus fang and moose horn.

Rules

The Festival is composed of  the following competition sections:

  • international competitive selection of full-length feature and documentary films;
  • international competitive selection of short feature films;
  • international competitive selection of short documentary films;
  • regional competitive selection “FilmRising!”.

Out-of-competition program of the Festival includes:

  • full-length and short films;
  • animated films;
  • other media content at the discretion of the Organizing Committee of the Festival.

International competitive selections of full-length feature and documentary films are reserved for:

  •  films over 60 minutes;
  • films produced after January 1, 2018;
  •  films dedicated to the Arctic or northern themes and reflecting the life of the population, primarily indigenous, of northern regions of the world.

 

International competitive selections of short feature and documentary films are reserved for:

  • films less than 45 minutes;
  • films produced after January 1, 2019;
  • films of any themes and genres.

 

Regional competitive selection “FilmRising!” is reserved for:

  • short feature and documentary films less than 15 minutes;
  • films produced after January 1, 2018on the territory of the Chukotka Autonomous Region and that have never before taken part in this section of the Festival.

Out-of-competition screenings of feature and documentary films are open for submission of the films of any themes and dates of production.

Display Format: DCP

Subtitle Language: English, Russian

Premiere Requirements

No premiere requirement

Jury and Organizers

The Festival is being held by the Department of Creative Projects Development of Russian Filmmakers’ Union, by the Youth Initiative Production Center, by the Committee for Culture, Sport and Tourism of the Chukotka Autonomous Region, by the Center of Development and Support of Cultural Projects “Golden Raven” and is supported by the Government of the Chukotka Autonomous Region.

To award the prizes of competitive programs the special international juries will be set up. Russian and foreign filmmakers, festival managers, representatives of different artistic jobs and public figures can be invited as jury members. The number of jury members may vary, but is limited from three to seven people.

 

Documents

Place

Russia
Anadyr

Official website

goldenravenfilmfest.ru

Contacts

Address: 

123056, Moscow, Vasilievskaya str.,
bld.13/1, off.9
Russian Federation

Phone: +7(499)250-89-55
e-mail: goldenravenfilmfest@gmail.com

 

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Dates & Deadlines
  • Opening date
    August 17, 2020
  • Early Deadline
    September 20, 2020
  • Regular Deadline
    October 10, 2020
  • Late Deadline
    December 31, 2020
  • Notifications
    January 22, 2021
  • Event dates
    19 — 29 March 2021
Categories & Fees

films produced after January 1, 2019, films dedicated to the Arctic or northern themes and reflecting the life of the population, primarily indigenous, of northern regions of the world

  • Early Deadline — 1,500 ₽
  • Regular Deadline — 2,000 ₽
  • Late Deadline — 2,500 ₽

films produced after January 1, 2020, films of any themes and genres

  • Early Deadline — 500 ₽
  • Regular Deadline — 750 ₽
  • Late Deadline — 1,000 ₽
  • Early Deadline — free
  • Regular Deadline — free
  • Late Deadline — free

films produced after January 1, 2020, films of any themes and genres

  • Early Deadline — 500 ₽
  • Regular Deadline — 750 ₽
  • Late Deadline — 1,000 ₽

ilms produced after January 1, 2019 on the territory of the Chukotka Autonomous Region and that have never before taken part in this section of the Festival

  • Early Deadline — free
  • Regular Deadline — free
  • Late Deadline — free
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