Any region, United Kingdom
Celebrating the discovery of hidden talent by recognizing and rewarding the creative work of artists from all over the world.
The breaking TV film festival allows filmmakers to reach a worldwide TV audience and start earning money with their projects.
Via the Breaking-TV Film Festival, the best projects are selected to be showcased on the Breaking-TV network, filmmakers then get paid 50% of the applicable Purchase Price for Titles accessed via Digital Purchase or Digital Rental and 50% of the applicable Purchase Price for Titles accessed via Non-Breaking-TV membership.
For Titles made available for Breaking-TV membership, Breaking-TV will pay you £0.02 per view on a per-title basis (for standalone titles and seasons), based on the number Viewed by customers in the applicable Territory.
HOW DO WE DO IT?
We broadcast our channel to a global audience. We stream our content globally via our website so our viewers can watch and re-watch, anywhere and at anytime with the Breaking-TV membership.
This year the B-TV Film festival will be judged by a diverse panel of industry insiders. Filmmakers and Actors will be competing from all over the world
Because great stories change the way we see the world, we dedicate ourselves to showcasing ground breaking films, not found on mainstream platforms, from the worlds most innovative independent filmmakers.
The Award ceremony will take place on the 16th of December at the Whirled Cinema in London, United Kingdom, and also broadcast live. Awards and Trophies will be delivered for:
- Best Film
- Best Short-Film
- Best Documentary
- Best Series
- Best Animation
- Best Actress
- Best Actor
- Best Director
- Best Female Director
- Best Supporting Actress
- Best Supporting Actor
- Best Comedy
- Best Horror
- Best Science Fiction
- Best LGBTQ
- Best Script
- Best Music Video
Entries are open to both UK and international filmmakers based outside the UK with two separate tiers of submission.
Films must have been completed in the past 5 years.
You can submit your project to more than one category.