Call for Submissions: TSFF, MISAFF, Regent Park, imagineNATIVE, enROUTE

Foley has been recorded and added to the film. Countless hours were spent cutting and editing footage. Colour correction is in place and it doesn’t look too much like an Instagram filter. The final (THIS BETTER BE THE FINAL ONE) render has processed through. You did it, you rockstar – time to submit your work.

Check out some of our friends who are are currently accepting films and don’t forget that Reel Asian is open for submissions as well :)


Ever wanted to become a filmmaker? The 3rd Annual Toronto Smartphone Film Festival (TSFF) is coming in May and is now accepting your submissions! To participate in this festival, you need to make a short film (10 mins and under) in any genre of your preference (action, horror, documentary, music video, etc…) using only your SMARTPHONES and/or any other ‘smart’ devices (e.g. iPad/tablet PC).

All submissions are due MAY 4th, 2014, and selected films will be screened at the Scotiabank Theatre Toronto on May 22nd, 2014. The winner will receive a $1000 cash prize!! Don’t miss this opportunity! More information



Canada’s top South Asian film festival opens its call for submissions! Submit to MOSAIC free of charge until April 15. Final deadline is on May 1. Visit here for more information.



The Regent Park Film Festival is in its 12th year of connecting community and film to present a unique festival experience for audiences and filmmakers alike.  We’re looking for unique, fun and challenging short and feature-length films to be considered for our 2014 lineup. The festival focuses on stories that resonate with the inner-city, community-driven, trans-national, transient context of urban neighbourhoods, such as Regent Park. And no, you don’t have to be from Regent Park to be eligible! Local, national and international filmmakers are encouraged to submit their work.
Click here to see full submissions guidelines for our three programs. Deadline: Friday, June 13th, 2014.



Be a part of 15 ground-breaking years showcasing the rise of the Indigenous media arts movement! It’s time to submit your film, video, radio and new media works for the 15th anniversary imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival. This year’s Festival runs from October 22-26, 2014. imagineNATIVE is an international Festival that celebrates the latest works by Indigenous peoples at the forefront of innovation in film, video, radio and new media.

SUBMIT NOW!: For complete submission details and film/video, radio, new media and TV Series submission forms, go here





Canadian film students and emerging filmmakers are invited to submit their film to the 2014 Air Canada enRoute Film Festival. For a chance to have your Canadian short film shown on board Air Canada, enter now!

Submission Deadline: May 31, 2014