Take part in the biggest film festival for students and young filmmakers in the Nordic region
Amandus – Lillehammer International Student Film Festival is the biggest film festival in the Nordic countries for students and young filmmakers.
Amandus – Lillehammer International Student Film Festival is the biggest student film competition in the Nordic region. Amandus is a place where film enthusiasm grows, and where nordic film students, schools and the film industry can be inspired, challenge each other, and make new connections across the borders. We appreciate the artistic visions of our future film makers, as art, expressions and entertainment.
We invite all film students from Denmark, Iceland, Sweden, Finland and Norway to enter your films in our competitions before January 10th 2020.
Two of our film competitions are open for Nordic contributions outside Norway: Amandus STUDENT and Amandus OPEN.
Amandus STUDENT is the biggest student film competition in the region, and is known for its high prestige. The competition is open for all films made in relation with an educational institution for filmmakers over the age of 20. Students from any film school can submit their films, and it doesn’t have to be a graduation film.
Amandus OPEN is a new competition which is open for all non-professional filmmakers under the age of 26. Films in this competition has to be maximum 20 minutes long, and other than that, there are no limitations.
(for the Amandus JUNIOR and Amandus YOUTH competition, please see the Norwegian part of the website)
Submit your film today to take part at Amandus – Lillehammer International Student Film Festival 2020!
The deadline for both film competitions is 29. November.
At Amandus, we invite young filmmakers and cinephiles from all over the region to screenings, seminars, work-shops and inspiring meetings between the industry, students and film loving youth.
Amandus – Lillehammer International Student Film Festival, is held from April 1-4 in Lillehammer, and is the biggest film festival for young filmmakers in the whole Nordic region.