International New Talent’s Short Film Fest BCN-SEOUL.
- Roda a TMB (Filming on TMB): The short film competition for which entrants should present a freestyle short film featuring any of TMB’s modes of transport.
- International Exhibition: A series of international film screenings on the screens of the subway system and buses. Users can act as film critics by voting for their favorites on the Subtravelling website.
- The short film can be shot on any kind of recording device, though without the use of a tripod, inside TMB facilities.
- The maximum duration must be 3 minutes, including credits. Creations inspired by the promotion of civically-minded behavior on TMB public transport will be particularly highly rated.
- There is a free choice of subject matter, but some form of TMB transport must appear or be mentioned, as well as civic behavior on transport and mobility.
- Participants are welcome to submit more than one short film, but none of them may have been entered for or shown at the Subtravelling Festival before.
- Review carefully the participation instructions and shooting regulations that you will find on the subtravellingfestival.tmb.cat (CA) website. Remember that you must apply for permission to shoot at TMB's facilities 48 hours in advance.
This International Festival is the result of a collaboration between TMB and the Seoul Metro International Subway Film Festival (SMIFF).
During the exhibition, public transport users have the chance to watch international short films that have won awards at major film festivals.
The selection consists of 20 short films, of which ten are screened by Subtravelling and the other ten by the SMIFF.
The shorts can be seen on Mou TV and viewers can cast their votes on the Subtravelling website.
The winning film is recognized as the Best Short Film of Subtravelling, International New Talent’s Short Film Fest BCN-SEOUL.
The Seoul Metro International subway Film Festival (SMIFF), with which the Subtravelling Festival has been associated since 2016, is organised every year by the Seoul Metro in South Korea.
This partnership came about with the common goal of turning the subway into a moving theater in which to screen short films; a space that, for a few days, allows the creation of a visual culture that every passenger can enjoy, unleashing their imaginations and inspiring them during their everyday journeys.This partnership came about with the common goal of turning the subway into a moving theater in which to screen short films; a space that, for a few days, allows the creation of a visual culture that every passenger can enjoy, unleashing their imaginations and inspiring them during their everyday journeys.
This collaboration is a clear commitment to boosting young talent and being the international platform for new audiovisual promises. And it is that, thanks to this alliance between both festivals, Subtravelling brings the best shorts of Korean and international creation, selections for SMIFF to the screens of its subway and buses.
- The Catalan Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences (CA) provides support by its recognition of the Festival nationwide, as well as sitting on the jury that selects the Filming on TMB short film winner.
- Filmets Badalona Film Festival is an international short film festival that has been held between October and November every year since 2001 in the city of Badalona. Agustí Argelich, the director of Filmets, is also a member of the Filming on TMB jury. The finalists in the Filming on TMB competition are also broadcast on TV Badalona.
- Filmax Gran Via (ES) is part of the Filmax Group, an independent company with Spanish capital and international reach dedicated to the creation, post-production, distribution and exhibition of audio-visual content for the entertainment industry.