Experiments in Cinema V3.0 (a Basement Films production) is currently seeking
un-embedded, un-dependant film/video work for this annual, Albuquerque based media art
festival. Old and new works from around the globe are encouraged for our young but
Entry deadline: January 15, 2008 (postmark deadline)
Festival dates: April 18-20, 2008
Entry fees are $15 per entry. If you are submitting 3 or more works the entry fee is
reduced to $10 per work. Entry fees must be in U.S. funds. Checks or money orders should
be made out to Basement Films. Multiple entries must be submitted on separate
discs/tapes. Artists who have submitted work in past years can waive all entry fees.
Additionally, all international submissions will not pay an entry fee for our festival.
Contact Bryan Konefsky (festival director) at [email protected] for more information.
See www.basementfilms.org for guidelines and submission form.
Notes from Experiments in Cinema V 2.0 (2007):
In 2007 Experiments in Cinema screened work drawn from an international call for
submissions. Included our our three day event were works by Daniel Barroca, Brandon
Bauer, Susan Blight, Roger Deutch, Courtney Egon, Chris Ernst, Fabienne Gautier, Jason
Halprin, Rasmus Hamburg, Janene Higgins, Jeanne Liotta, Leandro Listorti, Douglas
Katelus, Rachel Manera, Patricia McInroy, Chris McNamara, Erik Moskowitz, Ben Popp,
Jennifer Proctor, Kenny Reed, Ashley Reese, Ken Paul Rosenthal, Peter Snowden, Ann
Steurnagel, Jim Trainor, Niklas Sven Vollmer, Sasha Waters, and Mary Shannon Will.
Additionally we hosted special presentations from the founders of Home Movie Day and a
lecture titled Secession From the Broadcast by media scholar Gene Youngblood.
Experiments in Cinema is an annual collaboration between Basement Films, the Department
of Cinematic Arts at the University of New Mexico and the Amy Biehl Charter High School
Experiments in Cinema is supported by generous funding from the P.L.A.C.E. Program at
UNM, the Department of Cinematic Arts ICLS Program, and the McCune Charitable Foundation.