Frequently Asked Questions
MMFF will take place from August 15th to August 21st 2022.
Currently, the maximum running time for an in-person MMFF show is 60 minutes and the minimum running time for an MMFF show is 50 minutes. For digital performances, the maximum time is 40 minutes running time and minimum running time is 25 minutes.
No. Applications and payments will NOT be accepted by mail or e-mail. Any item received will be disregarded. Everything must be submitted via the Online Application only.
Everyone is invited to attend the lottery draw (whether online or in person) which will take place on March 12, 2022 @ 8 pm. Applicants will receive notification of the results of the lottery draw (i.e. accepted, waitlisted, or declined) via email by the following business day. The names selected via the lottery draw process will posted on the website the following day.
An artist can apply for either in-theatre performance or digital performance.
In theatre performance consists of performing in a theatre space where MMFF will provide a venue, a technician for lighting and sound and a schedule that will allow 4 live performances with in-person attendance.
Digital performances consist of the artists sending a pre-recorded, high-quality theatre performance that will be streamed as a part of the festival.
No. Artists may only submit one application. Artists can re-apply the following festival year.
MMFF is an uncensored platform for artists to present their work. Having said that, the festival does not condone any illegal activity. The MMFF accepts no responsibility for any actions of the artist/company and its associations. Any company and its associates in violation of any applicable law, by-law, or any other rules or regulations, including policies of MMFF, will be subject to removal immediately from the festival without any compensation.
Yes. The description and details can be submitted later once you have been accepted into the festival.
Fringe is a great platform to produce a show while the fringe takes care of its presentation.
You can also experiment with content since Fringe is usually non-curated and is open to any performance genre of your choice. You can choose to tell your story; however you please; through text / music / moment / mime / masks etc.
An artist and their team get to perform on a platform that is recognized worldwide, and expand their network with other artists coming from regions outside your recognized area.