The Image Forum Festival, the largest festival of moving image art in Japan, is accepting submissions of original moving image works. There are no restrictions whatsoever on genre (art films, documentaries, animated works, dramas, and so on), techniques used, or length.
DYSPLA International Moving Image Festival is the world’s first festival dedicated to screening the visual innovation of dyslexic and neurodiverse story makers, showcasing a collection of moving images dedicated to exploring dyslexic narratives.
Dyslexic and Neurodivergent storymakers have a strong heritage in narrative and non linear art history. Agatha Christie, Pablo Picasso, WB Yeats, Stan Brakhage, Steve Mcqueen, Quentin Tarantino, and Steven Spielberg, are just a few storymakers on an endless list, that share dyslexia as their commonality, and as their genius.
The UK’s education system has belittled and undervalued the neurodivergent community for centuries. Cuts to education in the arts, craft and music, lead by the worship of academia and the mythical neurotypical are destroying our young storymakers.
The PhotoPhore, proud partner of ADAF 2018, opens its call for artists TECH BREAK. We are searching for video-art works, short movies, digital and animation films, to include in our official selection for the 14th Athens Digital Arts Festival – ADAF 2018. The screening will be part of the festival programmed from May 2018 in Athens, Greece.
For the fourth time in a row the Amsterdam Experimental Film Fest Atrabilious will take place in Filmhuis Cavia, Amsterdam. Atrabilious has in a short time managed to establish itself as a vanguard of new as well as established experimental filmmakers: a showcase of experimental film-video art of over 16 international artists. Over a period of two days more than 70 short films will be shown, including unique, never shown before material specially curated by Ronald Zapruder.
Saturday, March 31, 2018 - 20:00 to Sunday, April 1, 2018 - 19:00
An overview of new film and video works of noted experimental filmmakers and video artists, Gwendolyn Audrey Foster and Wheeler Winston Dixon.
March 2 through April 15 at the BWA Contemporary Art Gallery in Katowice. W. Korfantego 6, 40-004 Katowice, Poland. Tuesday — Sunday 10.00 am — 6.00 pm.
We kindly invite you to the opening of the Exhibition on 2nd March, 2018 at 6 pm. Free entry. Join us! Hosted by Galeria Sztuki Wspólczesnej BWA w Katowicach and Curator: Witold Stypa, Museum of Future in Berlin.
Friday, March 2, 2018 (All day) to Sunday, April 15, 2018 (All day)