Toronto International Film Festival Is Looking for Your 60-Second Instagram Videos

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Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has joined forces with Instagram to create the TIFFXINSTAGRAM Shorts Festival, and their team of judges will be choosing 30 shorts to be featured on TIFF's website and Instagram channel August 8-17.

Since 60-second videos became a thing on Instagram, the platform has become more enticing for filmmakers wanting to showcase their work. So, here's your chance to impress some industry professionals and finally have your Instagram posts noticed amidst all the selfies and food pics.

The acclaimed panel of judges include Ava DuvernayXavier Dolan, Illustrator and Animator Rachel Ryle, and Director and Photographer Nabil Elderkin. They will be selecting 30 finalists and a judges' award from all submissions. A fan favorite prize is also up for grabs for the most likes on Instagram. There are no guidelines as to what genre or style of content is encouraged, except that on the TIFF website, they state the shorts must be the original work of an aspiring or established filmmaker. So, in other words, go nuts!

Submissions have been open since early July, and the deadline is the July 20. All submissions must be shared on Instagram with the hashtag #TIFFXINSTAGRAM. There is also a submission form, which can be found here.

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