The West Virginia Mountaineer Short Film Festival returns this spring for its 9th edition for a two-day event on April 14 & 15, 2023. We’re looking for unique, boundary-pushing works in video, animation, and film. Send us your newest work! Deadline for entries is March 10, 2023.
The Festival ECRÃ is an event that aims to ferment the culture of audiovisual, through experiences that question the notion and production of the moving image, encouraging the individual to express their ideas and thus democratize artistic creation.
From the cinema experience to installations and performances, where different states of contemplation are put into practice: narrativity and immersion, video and light, games and debates.
Open call / moving images / video installation / still images experimental digital cinema / experimental photography
Collective exhibition in a Parisian gallery, March/May 2023.
This curatorial proposal wishes to explore the artistic production of visual forms from algorithms and conscious work with interfaces, in an introspective framework that seeks to identify the specificities of each creative process.
This call is exclusive to filmmakers based in the Los Angeles metro area. We are looking for strange and experimental shorts to be featured in The New Film Underground Volume 6 screening on Feb. 25th in downtown Los Angeles.
SUBMISSION IS FREE
FIlms must be 15 min. or less. Filmmaker must indicate their zip code in the submission. Again, only filmmakers based in Los Angeles County, Orange County, San Bernadio County, Riverside County, Ventura County.
Monthly festival / A/V event "Live Soundtrack" is seeking for short or feature films without dialogue, which will be accompanied by alternative soundtracking and live performances by various electronic / ambient/ electroacoustic musicians, during the 8th season of the event (April - December 2023). Festival organiser is the curator of the musicians for each event, but a collaboration with the original composer of the film is also possible, if in Europe!
The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation is excited to announce "Sight/Geist," a new open call screening series at The 8th Floor. The Foundation is seeking ambitious film/video work from NYC-based artists who identify as emerging, in addition to those self-trained, newly graduated, and currently enrolled in undergraduate/graduate programs. "Sight/Geist" will highlight work that addresses the Foundation’s mission of art and social justice.