The International Film Festival for Children and Young People is unique in Greece. It was created in 1997 as the result of the collaboration between the Local Authorities of Ilia, and Youth Plan, a not-for-profit organization. It is supported and sponsored by the Ministry of Culture and the General Secretariat of Youth. It holds a creative collaboration with all the big municipalities of the Ilia District as well as with the Greek Film Center, the Audiovisual Institute, the Media Desk Hellas and the National Institute of Youth. The main goals of the Olympia Festival are the following: To inform Greek audiences about current film productions for children and youth, to contribute to the development of audiovisual programs for children and young people in Greece, and to encourage the film creation and the development of films for children and youth.
The International Jury -consisting of five Members- awards the following Prizes:
The International Kids and Docs Jury -consisting of five Members- awards the following Prizes:
The Jury may also award other distinction-prizes for special artistic film qualities. TheChildren’s Jury will award prizes also.
OIFF accepts feature fiction films, short fiction live action films, feature documentary films, medium/short documentary films and short animation films. Films up to 50 minutes are considered medium/short. Films 51 minutes long and longer are considered features.
Documents and Other Requisite Items
The Festival will cover one-way transportation and insurance costs for the period starting from dispatch, through viewing and up to return of the films.
Audio language: original
Subtitles language: English and/or French
No premiere requirement
Olympia International Film Festival for Children and Young People
18, Rodou St.,
Phone: +30 210 8664470
Fax: +30 210 8662344
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