Laterale Film Festival is an international non competitive Festival of cinematic art organized by Associazione Culturale Laterale.
The aim of the project is to enhance the most innovative aspects of audio-visual languages of the contemporary scene and to reduce the distance between artistic research and public involvement. Particular attention will be paid to young and independent filmmakers and to self-made no-budget works, as result of individual search.
Se cobran tasas de convocatoria
Se repite cada mes en los 31 de Enero, Noviembre, Diciembre 3 veces. También incluye Mar Nov 29 2022, Sáb Abr 29 2023.
Video as art opens portals to other realities and to the experiences of others. The 8th nodoCCS Video Festival returns to its on-site proposal in the city of Caracas, reaffirming its intention to "sustain and inhabit spaces" to generate encounters in a fragmented world. The experience of the past years inspired us to go beyond the exhibition space and expand the physical locations of our projections, to generate global dynamics, new ways of collaborating and above all to articulate our work to this new reality. This year's program will feature new dynamics of selection a
Cuerpo Transparente is a audiovisual intervention and performance, on urban and suburban facades. A collective work from an open call for pieces that investigate the body (post-pandemic, real, virtual, diverse).
We look for production of audiovisual material: videodance, videoperformance, experimental cinema, video art.
In the heart of the capital of Iran, the city of Tehran, the second event of the Persian independent experimental short film festival will be held, focusing on independent cinema, environment, health, world peace and the Internet, as well as the free section. All male and female filmmakers from all over the world can participate in this festival.
Experimental Series - Salt Lake City is an experimental video/film series running out of the Union Theatre at the University of Utah.
EXPS/SLC is hosted through the School of Dance at the University of Utah. We encourage especially women, queer, non-binary, and disabled creators whose work is rooted in experimental approaches addressing movement, dance, choreography, and/or the body to apply. Please apply if your film incorporates movement or the body, but would not typically be considered as a traditional "dance film".
Call For Proposals Analogue Resilience: A Film Labs Gathering May 25 – 30, 2023 in Toronto, Canada
The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) is excited to announce that we will be hosting a gathering of analogue film labs and filmmakers here in Toronto, Canada, taking place May 25 – 30, 2023. Our intention for this gathering is to create spaces and situations for artist-run labs, collectives, and filmmakers to share with and learn from each other through collaboration and conversation.