My name is David Finkelstein. I've been asked to write reviews of experimental films for the Film International web site. You may have read my reviews over the past 13 years on FilmThreat (currently defunct). I am an experimental videomaker myself, and, while I can't guarantee that I'll actually like your film, I am a big fan of experimental work generally. Please email queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
The UMW Media Wall is now accepting submissions for the 2015-2016 academic year. The Wall is a one-of-a-kind moving image exhibition space located in the atrium of the Information and Technology Convergence Center at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA. The Wall is a large scale high definition video canvas composed of 43 separate Prysm Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) tiles arranged into a freeform array that measures 10 feet wide and 12.5 feet tall.
Every month a new artist or group show will run on a continuous loop for two weeks.
PoetryFilm celebrates films based on poems, poems turned into films, collaborations, text-based films, and other avant-garde text/image material. Events feature short films accompanied by live performances or discussion.
Submissions are welcome and ongoing: please fill in a submission form and send in together with your film. The next event will be in London in March 2013. Theme: material exploring cycles, circles, sequences, planets and patterns.
For a submission form and further details, please email Malgorzata Kitowski at [email protected]
The PoetryFilm archive is the only one of its kind in the UK - to book a screening please email [email protected]
MIA is a brand new series screening the work of artists working with moving images. Moving image art includes experimental film, video art, installation art, performance art, essay films and animation. The series is curated by artist Alanna Simone.
Screenings take place at 7PM, every 4th Friday at The Armory Center for the Arts, 145 North Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91103.
While there is no thematic requirement for submissions, upcoming programs will focus on language, ecology, the mechanics of dreaming and relationships with food.
le peuple qui manque is a French independent organization with the aim of curating film exhibitions and film festivals, promoting, distributing and preserving artist videos, experimental cinema, alternative cinema and counter-culture.
The entry form is open all the year. No limitation of duration neither formats or year of production. For more information contact us.