Mykonos International Film Festival to launch its premier edition in February.

Mykonos International Film Festival

The inaugural edition of the Mykonos International Film Festival (MIFF) will take place in 28th of February 2021 under the theme ‘Peratzatha’.

The MIFF is organised by Filmnet and held under the patronage of the Film Festival network. (FFN).

The first session of the festival was scheduled to take place from 4 to 8 November 2020, before the postponement of all competitions locally due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic earlier last year.

Before the coronavirus outbreak, the Mykonos International Film Festival had been gearing up to screen 200 films representing directors and producers from 34 countries.

A statement issued by the festival’s management confirmed that “films that have qualified for the festival’s competition in the year 2020 will be automatically transferred April 2021 concourse.”

The Mykonos International Film Festival has additionally required that the producers of these films validate their participation by sending a message to [email protected] with the title of the film, director’s name, and country.

The festival’s management reemphasised that it also embraces submissions of new films through the official website of the festival before the deadline set on February 21.

For submission directly on Filmfreeway website, you can visit:

https://filmfreeway.com/MykonosFilmFestival

The categories are for features, short fiction, documentaries, animated films, students’ films and many others.

The MIFF takes into account all precautionary measures linked to the pandemic.

All chosen participants will receive the notification letter of the Mykonos International Film Festival along with a digital Official Selection kit from the MIFF.

Mykonos International Film Festival counts with a fine and elegant physical award which the winner’s filmmakers can receive afterwards.

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