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Birds Eye View Festival is looking for short films of any genre for the next film festival, which takes place in March 2010. All submissions must be directed or co-directed by a woman. The best few shorts will be screened at the Opening Night Gala at BFI Southbank, with a celebrity introduction, Q&A and celebratory party afterwards.

For more information and to find out how to submit your work, download the submissions guidelines, FAQs and submissions form on the Birds Eye Film Festival site. You can also submit through Withoutabox. The early bird deadline is Friday 2 October, final deadline Friday 6 November. (Extended deadline until 16 November, if you submit your film throught Withoutabox).

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