Festival of (In)appropriation #10 Call for Entries

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Since its inauguration in 2009, the Festival of (In)appropriation has emerged as a premiere international showcase of experimental found footage film and video, attracting the work of artists who probe the limits of collage, machinima, remix, détournement, mash-up, and more.

Co-curated by Jaimie Baron, Lauren Berliner, and Greg Cohen, and sponsored by Los Angeles Filmforum, the Festival of (In)appropriation now invites submissions for its 10th edition, to take place in Los Angeles in November 2018.

Filmmakers and artists engaged in the appropriation, re-purposing, and productive “mis-use” of existing visual and sonic media are encouraged to send us their work for consideration. All entries must include some form of inventive (in)appropriation, whether of existing/archival film or video footage, sound recordings, still imagery, or digital media. The most competitive submissions are those which seek to produce revelations and reconsiderations of the relationship between past and present, here and there, truth and lie, intention and subversion.

GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION:

Submissions must:

  • be 20 minutes or less in length
  • contain some form of appropriation
  • have been made in 2014 or later

Submission deadlineMay 1, 2018

Acceptable submission formats: video file via FilmFreeway

http://filmfreeway.com/festival/festivalofinappropriation

Acceptable exhibition formats: Quicktime file

Submission fee: $10
For more information, go to http://festivalofinappropriation.com or email [email protected] 
Learn about Los Angeles Filmforum at http://www.lafilmforum.org

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Tuesday, May 1, 2018 (All day)

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