The Kodama Film Festival is looking for short films that explore the physical and spiritual landscapes of the planet, showing the relationship with nature and its spaces, its inhabitants, its rhythms, its movements.
General topics that may be touched upon include: the relationship between architectural and natural space, portraits of rural life, tension between local and global communities, attitudes towards migration and diversity, the ecological transformation of the planet due to climate change, and the possibilities for sustainable development.
We similarly accept a variety of mediums and formats, including but not limited to: narrative films, documentaries, video-performances, screendance, music videos, audiovisual self-portraits, and visual poetry.
Diorama Room Arts is accepting short films that are focused on a dialogue between humans and nature, and are a maximum of 5 minutes, for its second "Tune in to Green" online exhibition.
Experimental, Animation, Vignettes, Abstract - Amateurs, Semi-Pros, and Pros all welcome. We are accepting submissions of HD video shot on any type of camera, including cell phone. Editing assistance may be available upon request.