The 3rd annual Flying Robot international Film Festival (FRiFF) returns to San Francisco’s Roxie Cinema on Thursday, Nov. 16.
Flying Robot is a short film festival focused on aerial cinema created from the perspective of drones.
Have you got a video worthy of winning? Submissions for the 2017 festival are now being accepted, and festival participation is open to anyone around the world.
To enter, submit a film that is less than five minutes long by the deadline on Sept. 18. Films should primarily be shot from the perspective of a drone, though they do not need to exclusively contain aerial footage. And of course, the film festival isn’t simply looking for pretty shots, but rather films that tell a story.
“We’re not interested in seeing what your backyard looks like, unless your backyard is full of alligators or kangaroos or something.” according to the organizers. “Judges will shine favorably upon films with a good story.
Films can be entered in these 7 categories:
- Cinematic Narrative
- Epic Landscape
- Drones for Good
- FPV Racing & Freestyle
- WTF LOL
- Student Film
Check out the winners from last year’s film festival here. And for a real throwback, here are the winners from the inaugural year of the FRiFF Flying Robot international Film Festival.
Good luck, and happy flying!