1. Submission Review: Upon receiving film submissions, our panel of judges begins the process by carefully watching each entry. They consider various aspects, including storytelling, direction, acting, cinematography, editing, and overall production quality.
  2. Preliminary Scoring: During this stage, judges assign preliminary scores to each film based on specific criteria. This initial scoring helps narrow down the selection to a shortlist of standout entries that demonstrate excellence in filmmaking.
  3. In-Depth Evaluation: Shortlisted films undergo a more detailed evaluation. Judges delve deeper into the films’ themes, technical execution, originality, and emotional impact. They engage in discussions to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of each entry.
  4. Category Consideration: If the exhibition features different categories (such as documentary, narrative, animation, etc.), judges evaluate films within their respective genres. Each category is judged based on relevant criteria unique to its genre.
  5. Final Scoring: After thorough deliberation, judges assign final scores to the shortlisted films. These scores reflect the overall quality and artistic merit of each entry. The films with the highest scores become the finalists, showcasing a diverse range of outstanding filmmaking.
  6. Award Presentation: During the exhibition event, we celebrate the achievements of the filmmakers by presenting awards to the winners.