Calls for entries

  • Experiments in Cinema v3,0 Final Call

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    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 growing event.

    Entry deadline: January 15, 2008 (postmark deadline)

    Festival dates: April 18-20, 2008

    Entry fees:
    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 in Albuquerque.

    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.

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  • 3rd International Low & No Budget VideoFilmfestival

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    http://www.film-sharing.net/
    film sharing 3rd International Low & No Budget VideoFilmfestival
    Stuttgart/Heilbronn/Mainz, Germany & Tour 08
    Deadline: 1st of April 2008

    WE are looking for:
    ++ your old and new short films/ videos
    ++ short films and videos for the category „Worlds to work in / worlds to live in“
    ++ short films and videos for the category „We could have been happy actually...“

    WE are:
    ++ a non-commercial filmfestival for independent filmmakers
    ++ networking, in order to present the film venues at various different locations, and to thousands of interested folks

    The entry form more information can be found on
    http://www.film-sharing.net

    Be quick and send us your works! a.s.a.p.- We are starting regular and public previewing events in early 2008. We believe the general public should see most of the entered films/videos before the actual festival starts.

    Deadline 1st of April 2008
    http://www.film-sharing.net

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  • 5th Bangkok Experimental Film Festival

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    CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
    The more things change ?
    The 5th Bangkok Experimental Film Festival, March 2008

    The more things change, the more they stay the same. Governments
    come and go. So do coups. The West keeps drawing its ‘roadmaps’, but
    who’s driving? For some, having no elected government is a terrifying
    state of affairs. For others, it’s just business as usual.

    Change is not impossible. It’s constant. Nothing is permanent.
    Traditional wisdom ? especially in Buddhism ? says that time is
    cyclical, a rhythm of renewal and regeneration. But modernity’s clock
    is ticking. Its history is linear, irreversible, a path towards a
    different future. Will our history be one of progress, or will it be
    looped?

    Political, social, historical, biological, cosmic? What are the
    cycles that give shape to contemporary life? Can art interrupt them, or
    should it work with them, go along with them?

    The 5th Bangkok Experimental Film Festival is seeking films and
    other screen-based work that explores the rhythms and cycles of
    contemporary life. All genres and styles will be considered, including
    experimental film and video, documentary, art film, animation,
    machinima, etc.

    Experimental film is not just about technical innovation ? it’s
    about new voices and new perspectives. It’s about yesterday and
    tomorrow. It can articulate the furtive connections between the
    ordinary and the extraordinary, the personal and the public.

    BEFF5 is organised by Kick the Machine, Project 304 and the Thai
    Film Foundation, and is also supported by Multimedia Arts Asia Pacific.

    To submit your work, please download the BEFF 5 Entry Form here: http://www.project304.org/beff5/ and send it with your submission to:

    BEFF 5, c/o Jim Thompson Art Center,
    6 Soi Kasemsan 2, Rama 1 Road, Patumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand
    Deadline: Friday, 1 February, 2008

    For more info please call +66 (0)86 311 6062, or email beff.five [at] gmail.com

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  • VIDEOEX 2008

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    VIDEOEX 2008

    International experimental film- and video Festival

    Zürich Switzerland

    23. - 31. May 2008



    INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION / SWISS COMPETITION

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    You are invited to submit your works.



    We are looking for:

    - experimental films (35mm / 16mm / 8mm),

    - videos (experimental, videoart, essay...)

    - innovative animations,

    - experimental digital & graphic productions (to be screened)

    - experimental documentaries & innovative music videos.



    DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: 2nd February 2008.



    The following preview formats are accepted:

    - Mini DV (pal / ntsc)

    - VHS (pal / ntsc)

    - DVD (pal / ntsc)



    Maximum duration is 60 min. (exceptions may apply).

    Only works produced after 1st January 2005 are applicable.



    Download entry form and rules at www.videoex.
    ch (pdf)



    We are looking forward to receive your entries.



    VIDEOEX / Experimentalfilm & Video Festival / 23 - 31 May 2008



    Kanonengasse 20 / CH - 8004 Zurich / Switzerland

    Tel +41 433220813 / Fax +41 433220815

    www.videoex.
    ch [email protected]videoex.ch

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  • Experiments in Cinema 2008

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    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
    growing event.

    Entry deadline: January 15, 2008 (postmark deadline)

    Festival dates: April 18-20, 2008

    Entry fees:
    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
    in Albuquerque.

    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.

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