ASG is pleased to announce our Seventh International Video Open Call for time-based media! Yearly we receive dozens of submissions. The theme of the show will grow out of the quality of the submissions we receive and we will start evaluating the submissions immediately. We recommend you to check out the last few years’ exhibitions before you submit your application:
A collaboration between Bozar and Cinema Parenthèse, this series of four events focuses on pioneering and prominent Japanese filmmakers and artists whose work has rarely, if at all, been shown in Belgium before. The programmes seek to present a wide range of audacious filmic practices with bold formal experimentation married to lyrical styles in works that lie on the margins of visual culture during the 1960s, 70s and 80s.
Saturday, November 23, 2019 (All day) to Sunday, November 24, 2019 (All day)
The fourth edition of Bad Video Art Festival will take place in Moscow, Russia, in 2020.
We are looking for videos which are at the intersection of bad art, bad painting and bad cinema. We propose to study extreme forms of video art and single out certain video art works as bad videos or "B-videos". Join us if you are interested in the issues of quality and boundaries of art, or just love video art.
The International Uranium Film Festival's call for entries for 2020 is open. Filmmakers and producers can send their documentaries, animations, non-fiction or experimental movies until 1 January 2020. Next year, May 21st to 31st 2020 we're celebrating the 10th birthday of the International Uranium Film Festival and we want to bring the best nuclear films and its filmmakers from the last ten ye
László Moholy-Nagy (Hungary, July 20, 1895 – November 24, 1946) was a Hungarian painter and photographer as well as a professor in the Bauhaus school. He was highly influenced by constructivism and a strong advocate of the integration of technology and industry into the arts. A New York Times article called him “relentlessly experimental” because of his pioneering work in painting, drawing, photography, collage, sculpture, film, theater, and writing.
Previously known as The Port Orchard Film Festival, The West Sound Film Festival has changed locations to the beautiful Historic Roxy Theatre (Bremerton Washington), as well as a surprise secondary location to be announced. Our Experimental/Art film blocks are some of the most popular, so if you want to show your film to a larger audience for the genre, we're the perfect festival for you! Take advantage of our early bird deadline below!