SCREEM Shorts 2011

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Mission & Objective

SCREEM Shorts has officially opened its call for entries and is currently seeking submissions from Singapore and Asian filmmakers.
The closing date for submission is 31st December 2011..

Probably the first in Asia, the SCREEM Shorts was established in order to provide more opportunities and exposure for independent and non-independent filmmakers and screenwriters working within the horror genre, as well as to draw more attention not only within the local, but Asian region as well.

Sinema hopes to inspire yet another visual experience for our followers to celebrate interesting, and untold horror stories. We also hope it would be a good opportunity for filmmakers to venture into this underrated genre and to interact with various professionals in the process.

*Asian countries are defined as: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, China (Rep. of China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan), East Timor, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippine, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam.


  • 25 minutes and under
  • Produced within the last 2 years. E.g. January 2010 and after
  • Shot in Singapore in the above-mentioned Asian countries. Animation or Live Action is acceptable
  • English subtitles: required for submissions with language other than English or other non-English languages
  • Kindly indicate if you have rated your film. Fees may be applicable if work(s) are not classified by Media Development of Singapore Censorship Committee.
  • Screeners will not be returned
  • Works in progress will not be considered


Click here to submit your film. Submission is open till 31st December 2011.
Applicants will be notified upon selection.


You may also send your material to:

Sinema Old School
11B Mount Sophia
#B1-12 Old School
Singapore 228466

Attn: SCREEM Shorts

Format of material submission:

DVD or the following format

  • Apple Quicktime MOV
  • 16 x 9 picture format whenever possible
  • Progressive mode; NOT interlaced
  • 720p for High Definition
  • ProRes 422 HQ or DVCPRO HD codec


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