AURORA 2012 SHORTCUTS
1. The objective of AURORA Horror film festival is to bring more
space toexhibit Terror, Horror and Gore shortcuts.
2. AURORA takes place on FEBRUARY 2012 in Guanajuato city, México.
it´s arrange by Dirección General de Extensión of
the Universidad de Guanajuato, through Cine Club and by its director Alejandro
4. Competition categories:
Fiction and animation shortcut. Films made in 35 mm, 16 mm or Pro digital,video
5. Exhibit. Registered Films could be selected to be shown off
Registration has no cost.
There is no limit to register any number of shortcuts per participant.
There is no limit of shortcut length
To be admited, Films should be show in Spanish, English or subtitle in
this two languages preferredly in spanish.
2 DVD copies (NTSC or PAL systems) are required and the festival will
It´s mandatory to register a CD with:
Stil photo of the work (300 dpi)
Synopsis in english and spanish
Director´s brief biography written in english and spanish
Director´s photo (300 dpi)
Poster o postal (it could be digital)
Registration limit date and reception of material is January 15th 2008.
consider the postal seal date.
All sending expenses are responsability of the competitor.
Festival directive is responsable of the order and date each work will
exhibit. Once admited your participation the film could not be retired.
Winning films automatically will be part in our national and international
7. Jury and selection. Film selection will be performed by a
Jury formed with
cinematographic Pros designated by the festival organization. Their names
will be reveled opportunely. Their vote would be unquestionable.
8. Awards. AURORA wil give a participation Diploma to each one
9. INFO and material reception:
Cine Club de la Universidad de Guanajuato
Dirección de Extensión Cultural de la Universidad de Guanajuato
Mesón de San Antonio, Alonso no. 12, Centro, C.p. 36000, Guanajuato,
Aurora: Muestra de Cine de Horror
Tel:+52 (473) 7353700 ext. 2722 from 9:00 to 16:30 horas
Movil: +52 045 473 1030407 y +52 045 473 1170286