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KINOSKOP 2020 - Call for Entries

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2nd International Festival of Analog Experimental Cinema & A/V Performance - KINOSKOP
4-6. December 2020 / Belgrade, Serbia

The call for entries is open!

Kinoskop is a indie niche festival, based in Belgrade, dedicated to the exploratory tendencies and experimental ways of working with celluloid in a digital era, and a showcase of imaginative works of cinema which trigger strong audio-visual stimuli and puzzling afterthoughts, rooted in the spirit of underground, surrealist and experimental cinema.

In its second edition, due to the Covid-19 crisis, we have decided to make three days of our program available online via Vimeo stream, and to introduce festival to a broader global audience. Several of our open programs will be curated by veteran experimental film aficionados Nikola Gocic (film writer and critic and visual artist) and Marko Milicevic (film author and founder of the audiovisual initiative Kino Pleme), while some of them will also be presented by our guest curators. This year’s program will consist of recorded q&a zoom sessions with filmmakers whose films have been selected, moderated by curator of each program, a online chat and possibility to vote for the audience award.


We don't accept films shot on digital cameras!

Just Super 8mm /16mm/ 35mm - digital transfer
and Found Footage! 

Films should be made in 2019 and 2020 and with no limitations in length and can be sent via our FilmFreeway, as a passworded Vimeo link, or via Dropbox.

Films will be awarded in the categories : Grand Prix, Best Soundtrack and Audience Award. Members of the jury will be announced on our page and website.

Deadline for submissions is November 4th.

Official pages :



Wednesday, November 4, 2020 (All day)

Exhibition dates: 

Friday, December 4, 2020 (All day) to Sunday, December 6, 2020 (All day)

Contact Email: 

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