World of Shorts Film Contest

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World of Shorts Film Contest

Dear uploaders! The deadline of submission is tonight midnight CET, so there are a lot of short films being uploaded to Daazo as we speak. Dont worry, if you have started the upload before 12:00 you are IN, it just takes time to convert all your beautiful works!

Good news that the deadline of the World of Shorts Film Contest has been extended until 8th April, Midnight CET. So we are still waiting for your films!

Show your talent to the world of shorts! Upload your short film for a chance to be highlighted at the Cannes Film Festival's Short Film Corner, on Cineuropa and in the Cannes issue of World of Shorts magazine

The members of the Jury are: Domenico La Porta (editor in chief of Cineuropa) Daniel Deak and Zoltan Aprily (founders of Daazo), Anita Libor (editor of World of Shorts magazine).  The names of other prestigious Jury members will be confirmed soon. 

The winner of the Daazo prize will be highlighted in Daazo's sales portfolio at the Short Film Corner. 

The winning films and their directors will be featured on Cineuropa, on the Daazo website and in the Cannes issue of World of Shorts magazine which will be distributed at the venues of the Cannes Film Festival and the Marché du Film (market).

More valuable prizes will be confirmed at a later date. 

About Cineuropa

Cineuropa ( is the first European portal dedicated to cinema and audiovisual in 4 languages, and a platform where professionals can meet and exchange information and ideas. With daily news, interviews, databases, in-depth investigations into the audiovisual industry, Cineuropa aims at promoting the European film industry throughout the world. 

About World of Shorts

The magazine World of Shorts (WOSH), published by, debuted in 2011 on the occasion of the Cannes Film Festival with great success. Since 2012, WOSH has been published quarterly, both online and in print, for the Berlinale, Cannes and Sarajevo film festivals and the Visegrád Shorts events. It focuses on the short film sections of A-category film festivals like the Berlinale, Cannes, and Sarajevo. Its first printed edition was available for the audience of the Berlinale in 2012. The Mapping your Mind section is one of the core features of the magazine, a unique channel to connect with the short films competing at the festivals.

All issues of the magazine are available to view on

Deadline of submission is Sunday 31st March, midnight CET.

In order to submit your films to the Sarajevo Cocktail Film Contest you need to do the following:

  • register to with you Facebook account (if your are not already a registered member of the website)
  • go to (if you read this, you are here already)
  • if you have a short film already on you want to submit, just click on the submit button in the upper right corner of the site
  • if you want to submit a new film, please click on the “upload one” button in the upper right corner of the site
  • read the uploading instructions in the right column of the upload manager site and upload your film.
  • fill out all fields of the “basic” tab of the upload manager site and set your film to “public”. Click “save”!

You can always check your submission under the “submissions” tab of the upload/edit film site. Here you can submit your manually later if you wish to do so.

For additional information, please contact us on

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Should your film be among the winners, it has to stay online on in a public version for at least 3 months from the announcement of the winners. will feature your film on its different platforms and make it available to its audience for free.

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