I can tell you some festival names that don't watch your film or just a portion of it.
In first place is Rencontres Toulouse, they don't even bother in opening Vimeo. Second, Sundance, I have to send a very hard mail telling them that after two months after I send and pay the entrance, the Vimeo count said zero. The same day I sent an email, they watch the film for 14 minutes, and probably just press play and leave it running. Third, Rotterdam. This guys don't even answer the phone. I paid using Paypal, so I started the refund process, as I send clearly the photos that they didn't play the film and say something like they watch it. Paypal refund my money as Rotterdam never answered their questions. Fourth, Hot Docs. Yes, these programmers send a letter they don't have space and bla bla bla. But what they did is just click the Vimeo twice and appeared as IMPRESSION. That is, they loaded the film and that's it. A $169.50 throw to the trash. I already send them an email asking for the refund of my money. We deserve respect. Fifth, Hong Kong Film Festival, be aware that their platform is not Paypal and you will never recover your money. They just click the video and shut down their computer. Sixth, È Tudo Verdade (Brazil). These guys are funny. They watch about 68 minutes of our documentary, but I received an email that I have to able the download button as part of their rules is that we permit to be downloaded. Obviously I disable the tick. Why should I give permission to a film festival to keep a copy for "cultural purposes" and "free of charge" of our film? For what purpose? To share to academic people a research of more than 6 years? Come on, È Tudo Verdade, that's a very polite way to make piracy. I just send an email when they told me to tick the download button, and wrote: sorry, if this means being disqualified, go ahead, we cannot authorize to download our film and keep a copy for cultural purposes. Sorry.
What I mean to share with you the name of the festivals, as I don't ever apply to them again, is to be careful and we should share this information as filmmakers, and say the festivals that do this kind of things. We filmmakers deserve respect as we respect that festival. If all of us start shouting the name of the festivals that take the money they get and run with it, the things can change.