Short Sounds Film Festival | World’s 1st celebration of cinematic sound.

The Short Sounds Film Festival is the world’s first dedicated celebration of cinematic sound and music. The 2017 SHORT SOUNDS FILM FESTIVAL will be held at the PDSW Bournemouth between 12 – 15 October 2017.

The world is full of NOISE, loud, raw and unrelenting on our ear drums. Escaping it is nigh on impossible and in time it fades motionless to the background of our lives, HOWEVER…

… in the temple of cinema, the crude ore of NOISE is crafted by unsung masters into sculpted waves designed to wash sensually upon our ears with majesty and wonderment. Rich in resonance, subtle in sentiment and lasting in legacy, this mesmerising process has seen NOISE become SOUND.

The Short Sounds Film Festival is the world’s first dedicated celebration of cinematic sound and music. An event to champion the audio wizards that fill our heads with SOUNDS that make our heart race and SCORES that storm our souls. This October, join us in central Bournemouth for a programme of films richly authentic in their use of sound and music and a whole host of uniquely engaging experiential installations designed to challenge your very relationship with cinematic audio.

**Come free your ears from the monotony of NOISE and tantalise them with the glory of cinematic SOUND

Submission open between 1st Feb and 31st Aug 2017.

They are looking for the best short films from around the world with ear-catching sound design and original score in the following categories.

**A short drama or fiction film with a run time of 25 minutes or less.

**A short film produced using any style or animation technique with run time of 25 minutes or less.

**A short documentary, factual or non-fiction film with run time of 40 minutes or less.

**An original score which has been produced but not used in a picture (movie or short film).

**Virtual Reality Experiences with exceptional and highly innovative use of sound and music.

Matt Price

Matt Price

I am a London Based Sound Mixer and Sound Recordist working on Feature Films, Creative Content, Documentaries and Commericials.

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