Films from the South

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The first edition of Films From the South will take place at Fix in Art (Thessaloniki, Greece) in October 2019. Filmmakers and video artists are welcome to present projects that open doors to possible changes outside the dominant narratives, breaking the binary structures to intersectional understandings between class, race, gender and religion. 

As Fernando Solanas and Octavio Getino defined, the third cinemas1 brings decolonized transformative perspectives. Using the immediate, sometimes precarious, technology to bring voice to those who can’t express their own vision, questioning the visual regime from the west. 
Understanding south outside of time and space but as a counterpoint to neocolonialism, neofascism, social exclusion and marginalization. 
All submissions will be judged by an international panel of jurors and a selected number will be featured in the main program.

Rules & Terms

GUIDELINES: 
There are no restrictions in length. 
Acceptable submission formats: Digital video files only. 
Acceptable exhibition formats: mp4, avi, mpg, Quicktime file (ProRes 422). 
Please send the project via wetransfer or a link from another platform (ex: vimeo) to [email protected]. You can also apply directly by: https://filmfreeway.com/FilmsfromTheSouth
The application fee is free of charge. 
The applicant holds the sole responsibility of copyright clearance of any copyrighted material. 
The submission must include an accompanying artist statement/description no longer than 500 words. 
Submission deadline: September 15, 2019.

For inquiries please contact: [email protected] or https://filmfreeway.com/FilmsfromTheSouth

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 (All day)

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