Screen your film to a dynamic community of filmmakers, festival curators, and industry professionals from around the world - XChange 2018 offers you the opportunity!
This year's XChange Film Festival is in association with Live Tree, curated by Harold Monfils.

Submit Your Film through FilmFreeway by clicking the button below.

Please note:

1. Read the Submission Rules & Regulations carefully and ensure that you comply with all the requirements.


2. Submission Fee / Categories: 

$10 - Indian Films (fiction/ non-fiction/ docu drama/ animation) 

$20 - International Films (fiction/ non-fiction/ docu drama/ animation)

3. No submissions will be considered beyond the deadline date of: Deadline Extended - November 7th, 2018
(Original Deadline: November 1st, 2018)

4. For further inquiries, please contact us.


Thank you for all your submissions to XChange 2018's Call For Film Showcases! Registration is now closed
selected films TBA shortly!

  • LiveTree

    LiveTree United Kingdom

    Established in 2016, LiveTree is a London based company focused on predicting the financial value films and content before it is made. LiveTree helps filmmakers secure the funding they need for high-potential projects that may be traditionally overlooked by typical channels. LiveTree’s Blossom TV is a subscription video streaming platform similar to Netflix - Blossom TV will host some of the best and most promising content available around the world and provide an audience for it.

  • Harold Monfils

    Harold Monfils Monfils Pictures / New Zealand

    Monfils is a multi-disciplinary filmmaker, with a 30-year career of international exposure working on commercials, documentaries and features. Through the years his love for travel led him to shoots in over 20 countries and 5 continents, working with a wide diversity of cultures and people as director and/or producer. He has received international recognition and a wallpaper of awards for his advertising works. In 2006, he directed award-winning feature documentary ‘Laya Project’, a visual musical journey through the 2004 Asian tsunami-affected countries. His film ‘A Good Day to Die, Hoka Hey’ documents the life story and extraordinary adventures of British conflict photographer Jason P. Howe and was selected to showcase in Cannes-France at Marche du Film in May 2016, then was screened at the Los Angeles Film Festival (LAFF) United Nations Event on June 7th 2016. The World Premiere was held at Biografilm Festival in Italy, on June 14th 2016.