An event celebrating video makers and their work
Fucking Film Fest (FFF) was created to give the opportunity to video-makers to screen their films in incredible locations.
The festival was born as a result of an unfortunate reality for video-makers who create content to be distributed on the internet: they often don’t get the chance to showcase their work on a proper screen, in front of an audience.
FFF wants to allow video-makers to meet their viewers, exchange with them and see their reactions in real time. It is also the possibility for them to discover the work of fellow video-makers, connect with them and maybe collaborate…
In a few words, FFF is an event that screens carefully crafted programs of short-movies we love. Followed by a networking event with people in love with films.
Share, Meet and Exchange
FFF is an event happening every 2 months in different venues handpicked by the SSSHAKE team for their amazing vibes.
Our values are simple yet powerful: Share, Meet and Exchange. We want to highlight the fact that this is not only a “screening event” where people come to watch a movies and then head home. We encourage people to stay at the venue after the screenings to engage in talks about what they’ve just watched. It’s a unique opportunity for creators to share a nice moment with a crowd full of enthusiastic creative people.
FFF is about showcasing your work and not about winning a prize. However, to make the event more exciting we decided to have something at stake: The Public Choice Award. Receiving the Public Choice Award gives you the possibility to get your film screened in an even bigger screening room alongside the other winners of the different Fucking Film Fest editions. In addition, your work will be promoted on SSSHAKE social media and website.
FFF is about showcasing your work and not about winning a prize. It’s a unique opportunity for creators to share a nice moment with a crowd full of enthusiastic creative people.
What will be screened ?
For these editions, we are looking for those who can “think outside the frame”. We basically want to see things that won’t left our audience disinterested; videos that feel fresh and go beyond the scope of cinema. Art pieces that can surprise, horrify, amuse, entertain, enlighten, shock, disturb… We don’t care about genre as we don’t like to categorise films - anything that is moving images works for us. From experimental to music video, art video to animation, or fashion video to documentary. You name it.