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Birmingham Big Screen: Call for submissions

The Big Screen in Birmingham has been pretty quiet since its move from Chamberlain to Victoria Square. However, it is soon to return and they want your films!

Big Screen Birmingham was a brilliant opportunity to showcase work in public on a big screen and showed about 300 short films a year. In the summer of 2007 the screen showed my graduation film, More Fish in the Sea which also toured the other big screens across the country. It was such a thrill to see it shown in public outside a film festival format, and people watching it in Chamberlain Square.

They are interested in all types of films, as long as they are suitable for the public space. Their main playlist is restricted to films of less than 7m 30s, but they can also show longer duration films. Guidelines and information on how to submit your film can be found here.


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This entry was posted on May 14, 2010 by in Film and tagged .
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