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Calling all producers, athletes and fans… With the Montreal iF3 Festival only a few months away, it is time to register your most recent projects and register for the iF3 2017 edition with a deadline of July 26th, 2017.

The categories for which producers can register are the following: Professional, Amateur, and Open.

Please answer the questions in the form thoroughly to give iF3 a good idea of what content to expect as this may influence some adjustments to the awards to be presented at the iF3 Movie Awards.

Please note that this is the only submission process for all iF3 events around the world, so you’ll only need to register once.

 

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Here is the breakdown of what the criteria are for each submission category:

Amateur Ski or Snowboard:

Any production crew is welcome to submit their films to this category. While there are no absolute requirements, the following guidelines will suggest that you belong in the amateur category:

  • An average of mid to low level athlete sponsorships, if any
  • Minimal external funding, if any
  • Minimal distribution, if any
  • Revenue and sponsorship income is insufficient to financially support the parties involved
  • The film cannot exceed 40 minutes.

 

Professional Ski or Snowboard:

iF3 has invited specific production companies to submit their films to the professional category. Additional production companies are welcome to submit their films to compete in this segment, however they will be judged on the same level as professionally made films. While we do not have specific requirements regarding what qualifies as a professional production company, the following guidelines may help classify a professional crew:

  • Sponsored Athletes
  • Significant external funding
  • Professional cinematographers
  • Professional editing
  • The revenue and sponsorship income are sufficient to financially support the parties involved
  • The production company is run as a business

 

Open Ski & Snowboard:

This category is dedicated to all films. If your film features both skiing & snowboarding , please submit it under this category. The registrations in this category are open to the professional and amateur productions.

 

International Freeski Film Festival (iF3) 2014 in Montreal, Qc

SKI CATEGORIES 

AMATEUR:

Best Cinematography
Film of the year

ATHLETE

Best Female Performance
Discovery of the Year
Best Male Street Segment
Best Male Freeride Segment

PRO

Best Short Movie (10-30min)
Best Cinematography
Best Editing
Film of the Year

SNOWBOARD CATEGORIES 

AMATEUR:

Best Cinematography
Film of the year

ATHLETE

Best Female Performance
Discovery of the Year
Best Male Street Segment
Best Male Freeride Segment

PRO

Best Short Movie (10-30min)
Best Cinematography
Best Editing
Film of the Year

SKI & SNOWBOARD “OPEN” CATEGORIES 

*Ski movie, Snowboard movie or movies combining multi snowsports are eligible

Best Crash
Best Storytelling
Best Short video (under 10 min)
Standout Urban Movie
Standout Big Mountain Film
Jury’s Pick

 

iF3 uses “ZoneFestival” for all applications, please click the appropriate link and fill out all necessary information for your registration to be considered. All registrations are due by July 26th 2017. 

IMPORTANT: Please note, there is a 20$ registration fee attached to all amateur registrations and a 40$ fee for all professional registrations. No exceptions will be made. These fees go directly towards the administration cost required to run an independent & secure process for the movie awards. Thank you for your understanding.

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