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Sheffield Fringe 2013
Call For Entries
Deadline 18th February

Now in its 3rd year, Sheffield Fringe is inviting artists’ moving image submissions for our 2013 screening series at Bloc Projects, Sheffield in June 2013, with touring venues to be announced.

There are no restrictions in theme or approach. We want the selection to be a response to artists’ practice interests and theoretical concerns. Works should not exceed 30 min and have some relationship to ‘actuality’.

Sheffield Fringe is an artist-led curatorial project, exploring the confluence point between art & documentary practice. It was first staged as a nano festival in June 2011 to coincide with Sheffield Doc/Fest. We are interested in single-channel works that inspire dialogues, and/or are playful critiques of the documentary form, performance and spectatorship.

Entry Guidelines

Please submit the following information along with links to your film/video work to [email protected]:

Title:
Year:
Running time:
Format:
Artist Statement (max 100 words):
Bio (max 100 words):
Website:

–There is no entry fee, or restrictions in year of production, or in number of works submitted.

–Individual works must not exceed 30 min. in total running time.

–Exhibition/screening copies must be available as data on Pal/Region Free DVD.

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