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Studio Two Three Call For Submissions: Films From The Attic

The Studio Two Three Film + Video Series is currently seeking submissions from student and established artists that utilizes older film + video techniques, methods, and/ or formats. This could include shooting with DVs, VHS, older digital cameras, discontinued/expired film stocks, older style film cameras, optical printing, hand processing, camera less films, etc. etc. NO DSLR work or work done on a new style HD1080p digital camera (unless used sparingly or as a method for digital transfer). The films or videos must have been completed after 2004 and must be under 20 minutes in length. The work can be any genre (including found footage and animation) and can cover any subject matter. Guidelines for submissions and more info on the Studio Two Three film series can be found at this link: http://studiotwothree.com/s23s-film--video-series

Deadline For Submissions Is: March 15th, 2014

We ask that applicants include in their submissions:
-the title of the work
-run time
-medium of the work
-year completed 
-genre
-a data DVD or online link to/with your submission (preferable downloadable) 

Please include in your submission a $5 US submission fee through either check or money order to Studio Two Three. (if using paypal please attach receipt to submission). 
Inquiries and Email submissions may send their submissions/questions to: 
Cody Huff -  [email protected]

If your film is selected we will require a downloadable copy of the film (preferred) or a data DVD. Selected artist will receive a digital copy of the screening's poster and program for their records.

Thanks,
Cody Huff

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