Omeleto

Submit a Film

We know getting a film made is hard -- and getting it seen isn't easy, either. Film festivals can often be political. And throwing it online can get lost in a sea of content. That's why we started Omeleto -- to get great films seen -- by a lot of people.

We're YouTube and Facebook's #1 channel for award-winning films, reaching over 10 million viewers each month.

To be considered, please email us at submit [at] omeleto.com with a LINK to your film. (Upload to WeTransfer, Google Drive, YouTube or Vimeo). Please mention any festival selections or awards.

You MUST own the full rights to the film.

All submissions will get proper credit if accepted. If you don't hear back from us within 14 days, unfortunately, your film was not selected.

Testimonials

I was excited to work with Omeleto from an audience perspective. As a filmmaker, it's hard to get your film seen and with Omeleto I was certain that my film could reach an audience that was much broader than the film festival or vimeo audience. As a filmmaker my biggest problem is twofold - finding funding and finding distribution that gets my film seen At the moment, I think Omeleto's network and ability to promote my film not only rivals, but exceeds what's available (like Vimeo Staff Pick). They're able to help me find an audience in a way I'd never be able to do on my own. -Emily Sheskin of Girl Boxer

Working with Omeleto was very fruitful. My short Jada has over 14 million views on the channel, a type of exposure I never imagined for it. And the feedback has been tremendous. I'd love to work with you guys again. -Doug Roland of Jada

I've been grateful for Omeleto to help build me an audience as I'm starting my career. I get dozens of emails from fans a week which is enjoyable. -Jack Anderson of Wire Cutters

We could not have imagined our film "Eric & Peety" would go viral with tens of millions of views. Omeleto surpassed every other avenue in reaching viewers around the world. We were amazed and extremely pleased with the reach and the engagement in terms of comments and sharing. Since then, Omeleto has helped reach tens of millions more viewers for our subsequent three films collectively, in large part thanks to their creative efforts. It was remarkable to see how their experiments with "Josh & Scout" generated 15M views starting from the special Memorial weekend push. Beyond the impressive global reach that Omeleto brings to Mutual Rescue's films, we are pleased at how aligned we are in our desire to inspire people to take compassionate action. We know that Omeleto understands and supports what drives Mutual Rescue, and we value their goal of focusing on storytelling. We hope to expand our international audience through Omeleto, given Mutual Rescue's popularity abroad. -David Whitman of Mutual Rescue