Cine al patio presents a monthly selection of short films in the unique outdoor setting of La Casa del Árbol Cultural Centre in the heart of Buenos Aires. Our screenings take place in a relaxed atmosphere, catered to an audience eager to experience high-level artistic content from a variety of culture and genres.
We are interested in receiving entries from all manner of fields, be it fiction or documentary, experimental or narrative, live-action or animated, and a combination of these.
At Artists 4 Peace, we dedicate space to the works of people who focus their practice in peace and sustainable living. We collect works in a number of mediums including Architecture, Dance, Film/Video, Multidisciplinary, Music, Theatre, Science, Visual Arts, Written Word, and works from young artists from the age of 18 and below.
BSF is an international, juried short film festival, created in 2017 and based in Barcelona, Spain. BSF screens outstanding short film, animation, docs, experimental and video art. We understand that some short film and video blur the lines of typical film festival categories, so we also enthusiastically encourage non-traditional and experimental formats.
Repeats every week 1 times. Also includes Sun May 02 2021, Sun Jul 04 2021.
Canyon Cinema Foundation invites proposals for a new curatorial endeavor: Canyon Cinema Discovered. This multifaceted, year-long fellowship program aims to engender fresh perspectives on experimental cinema and to meaningfully expand Canyon’s role in providing access to this key strand of American media art. Four curatorial fellows will be selected to assemble programs from Canyon’s unique collection of artist-made films for online streaming and a possible screening tour (conditions permitting)
Encountering A New Normalis an online exhibition showcasing the work of Neurodiverse Womxn Artists. With mediums from dance to drawing, poetry to performance, each artist's work is accompanied by an explorative audio description. Normally considered to be solely an accessibility resource, these audio descriptions will aim to deepen the relationship between the work and the viewer.
Monday, February 15, 2021 (All day) to Friday, December 31, 2021 (All day)
The latest episode of Into the Mothlight looks at Lux and how they support artists working in the moving image. In their chat with Lux founding Director Benjamin Cook they touch on the history of the organisation, the collection of works they are responsible for and the importance of being able to access some works online. They also discuss the 1-2-1 advice sessions that Lux delivers for artists and the Lux Critical Forum.
MILOTI Program is a curated screening of contemporary film and video work showcasing artists with a connection to the state of Ohio. Typically the screening is used as a catalyst for community to come and be together, but the pandemic requires this iteration to exist virtually. All types of film and video and people are welcome to submit and attend. Please direct questions to, and find submission forms at [email protected]