Submit your film to KFF

By: Kerry Film Festival  05/12/2011

Submissions are now closed for the 2011 festival, which takes place from the 29th October to the 5th November. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the incredibly talented filmmakers who submitted films for the KFF 2011. Overall the standard of submissions was overwhelmingly high and it has been a tough competition for all those taking part.

Good luck to all of those who applied and remember the call for entries for the 2012 reopens in March next year.

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