CAMIFF Movie Submission
The world is blessed with rich culture and heritage worthy of celebration. Cameroon is also plagued by various social, economic, health, religious, immigration, and political issues that must be confronted. We therefore encourage the world to make films about Africa; and our selection criteria will be based on the following:
Films that promote African culture
Films that address issues affecting world
Films about history
Films about historic landmarks
Films made by Independent African filmmakers
ADDITIONAL SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Feature-length submissions must not have been broadcast or televised, or be publicly available in their entirety online prior to their date of exhibition in the Festival.
Foreign language (non-English) submissions must be available in their original language and soundtrack with English subtitles.
The Cameroon International Film Festival (CAMIFF) reserves the right to determine eligibility of any work submitted.
It is highly advised that you test your DVD submission in a standard DVD player prior to submitting. Any unenviable DVD may be disqualified. The Festival may attempt, but is not obligated, to contact the applicant for a new copy.