Upcoming events

  • A Roll For Peter in Vancouver

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    Iris Film Collective, in collaboration with Dance Troupe Practice is pleased to present “A Roll For Peter”, the touring program of films made in tribute to the late great filmmaker Peter Hutton.

    The films come to Vancouver in serendipitous confluence with two screenings as part of the DIM series at The Pacific Cinematheque of Hutton’s work (the second takes place on April 26).

    Hutton, an American artist and educator, developed a unique perspective on both urban and remote landscapes through his images from the early 1970’s until his death in 2016.

    Dates: 

    Saturday, April 29, 2017 - 20:00

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  • San Diego Underground Film Festival 2017

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    Entering our 3rd year!! Call for Entries!!!

    San Diego Underground Film Festival (SDUFF) is San Diego's premier showcase of experimentation in video, film, and audio based mediums. A strong DIY ethos, combined with an art school brain and a punk rock heart makes the San Diego Underground Film Festival a unique place for films, videos, and audio pieces that strive to push the boundaries of accepted form and content. Films and videos that dissent radically in form or technique will be our priority in selections. Narrative films and documentaries that expand on narrative structure, or cover subjects related to subcultures or esoteric topics; animations both narrative and experimental; experimental films and video art; all will be considered for selection. Films and videos must show a strong sense of authorship. 

    Dates: 

    Sunday, April 30, 2017 (All day)

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  • Festival de Nouveau Cinéma 2017 Call for entries

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    Since 1971, the Festival du nouveau cinema aims to support quality, originality, and audacity in the works it selects. Its primary vocation is to present the public with projects that combine narrative with visual exploration and technological innovation.

    Deadline: 

    Repeats every day 1 times. Also includes Tue May 30 2017, Wed Jun 14 2017.
    Sunday, April 30, 2017 (All day)
  • 3rd Unseen Zinema Experimental Cinema Call

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    Unseen Zinema issues its 3rd Experimental Cinema Call: we are looking for experimental short films to take part in our experimental cinema exhibition! You can send us your videos and they will be screened in the final session of Unseen Zinema #5 together with live music from different artists.

    You have total creative freedom, regarding themes as well as technique.

    Dates: 

    Sunday, April 30, 2017 (All day)
  • WatchOut! Film Festival Call for entries

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    WatchOut! is an open air Film Festival organized by CBC Loja. The Sixth edition of WatchOut! Film Festival will Take place from 23 to 26 of May 2017 in Tetovo.

    The place of the festival will be in the the garden of the communist museum. In that space during the night the film projections will go on, separated in categories.

    Deadline: 

    Sunday, April 30, 2017 (All day)
  • Mashup Film Festival 2017

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    Mashup Film Festival is back! The 2017 edition will take place in June in France. Mashup cinema is one of the most emerging form of art nowadays. It combines traditional cinema with experimental filmmaking and the digital arts. You have until the 30th of April to submit your film. You can find all the details in our site. We would be very happy to receive your films !

    Deadline: 

    Sunday, April 30, 2017 (All day)
  • Found Sounds: Barbara Meter’s Avant-Garde Films

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    In the early 1970s, Dutch filmmaker Barbara Meter co-founded the Electric Cinema, to present and produce independent and avant-garde film. She made fiction films, political documentaries, and then moved to avant-garde film, pushing the medium forward with her unique way of repurposing documents and audio recordings, and with an innovative, masterful application of optical printing techniques. Meter manipulates the images and reworks found sounds to find and create a personal expressive mode. With film prints lovingly restored by the EYE Filmmuseum in Amsterdam, FOUND SOUNDS is the first comprehensive retrospective of Barbara Meter’s avant-garde films in the United States.

    Organized and introduced by guest curator Mónica Savirón.

    Dates: 

    Sunday, April 30, 2017 - 16:30

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  • Open Call for Filmmakers: Yukon Residency

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    The Weight of Mountains Filmmakers Residency Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada
    January 10 - April 4, 2018. Applications Close May 3, 2017

    Walking the line between structure and freedom, this residency is a many headed beast: a biennially rotating film collective on assignment, a performance of place, a cultural mirror, a momentary Narnia, an interventionist, a portal, an international exchange and dialogue, and a discovery of the invisible. The Weight of Mountains residency tailors a space for filmmakers to immerse themselves into remote, overwhelmingly present, or challenging environments world wide to intervene, divert, connect, challenge and enhance their creative practice with fellow contemporaries; bringing together international artists and cross-pollinating film and media with global perspectives.

    Deadline: 

    Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 12:00
  • Channels: Video Visions 2017 Call for Submissions

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    Channels, The Australian Video Art Festival is dedicated to showcasing new contemporary moving image by some of the most exciting Australian and international artists. Following on from the success of our 2013 and 2015 events, Channels Festival is back for 2017 with a dynamic and inclusive festival of public engagement programs, free exhibitions, screenings and international and online programs.

    Deadline: 

    Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 23:00
  • Romance, Apocalypse and Moon Landings: The Twilight Worlds of Kate McCabe

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    Kate McCabe will be showcasing a decade’s worth of her moving image work combining humor in experimental film and premiering her latest 16mm work, You and I Remain. A film inspired by the Anthropocene, You and I Remain is an apocalyptic lullaby, a landscape film mediating on the end of the world. Shot in Big Sur, the Salton Sea and in McCabe’s own neighborhood of Joshua Tree, the film shows us a portrait of the world askew with subtle and moving sound design by Jason Payne of Nitzer Ebb.

    Dates: 

    Thursday, May 4, 2017 - 19:30

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