Campari - Posters to Production

Want to see your unmade film idea up in lights?

Campari are calling out to all filmmakers to submit a synopsis for an unmade film idea you may have been sitting on for 30 years, three months or three days.

If your idea makes the cut, they’ll turn it into an eye-catching poster to be unveiled at the Campari Cinema Lounge at MIFF. Each poster will take inspiration from Campari’s iconic style and feature a QR code to help crowdfund your project from poster ideation to development for production. A portion from every Campari cocktail sold at the Campari Cinema Lounge will also be attributed to each of the four chosen posters.

Campari is a proud partner of MIFF’s Shorts program and the Shorts Awards for the festival’s 71st edition.

Please note: Submissions are now closed – see the nominated posters at the Campari Cinema Lounge during the festival.

Throughout its history, Campari has always collaborated with icons to inspire unforgettable creations. During the early 1900s, Campari partnered with some of the most celebrated poster designers of the day such as Leonetto Cappiello, Marcello Dudovich, Adolf Hohenstein and Marcello Nizzoli.

Campari also has a prominent history in cinema culture, having first collaborated with Italian director Federico Fellini in 1984.

Campari has continued to cement its position at the forefront of the arts and innovation by working with iconic directors to tell unique and inspiring stories, encouraging their audience to explore their inner creativity and passions.