Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid

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Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid
Call for entries
Until September 5, by mail sending
Until September 15, through

The call for entries for the next Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid is open until September 5 and 15, 2009.

The next 'Rencontres Internationales' will take place in Paris from November 30 to December 9, 2009:
• at the Centre Pompidou,
• the Jeu de Paume national museum,
• and other key location.

This call for entries is open to any individual or organisation, for films, video and multimedia cycles, without limit of origin neither genre nor duration. Proposals are free of charge, without any limitation of geographic.

To enter a proposal, you may have the opportunity to choose between two types of registration. Please choose either one OR the other:
• Option 1 : until September 5, 2009: Classic entry form to use with regular mail.
• Option 2 : until September 15, 2009: Entry form with video upload through

To enter a proposal (option 1 and option 2) >>> click here
ATTENTION, please read carefully the next page, and follow the needed steps one by one.

In 2007, the Rencontres Internationales, which initially took place in Paris and Berlin, opened up to a third city: Madrid. This event now constitutes a unique artistic and cultural platform in Europe for artists, professional networks and various audiences. The venues in the three cities are in particular the Centre Pompidou and the Jeu de Paume national museum in Paris, the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin, the Reina Sofia National museum and the Spanish Cinematheque in Madrid.

The 'Rencontres Internationales' reflects specificities and convergences of artistic practices between new cinema and contemporary art, explores emerging media art practices and their critical purposes, and makes possible a necessary time when points of view meet and are exchanged.

The event aims at presenting works to a broad audience, at creating circulations between different art practices and between different audiences, as well as creating new exchanges between artists, filmmakers and professionals.

It seeks to contribute to a reflection on our contemporary culture of image via a compelling program opened to everyone.