Sheffield Fringe: Open call for artists' film

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Sheffield Fringe is a UK based curatorial platform now in the 5th year and relaunching on June 10th 2016 as a biannual arts event staged at Bloc Projects gallery in Sheffield. Incorporating a visual arts exhibition, workshops and presentations the project brings together artists, filmmakers, researchers, academics, and the general public in an event that questions ways of working with reality within a cross section of media, including film, sound and performance. Additionally there is a touring programme, which in the last round included collaborations with The Hackney Picturehouse, London; Utrecht University, The Netherlands; ICSM Men & Masculinity Conference, Turkey; UnionDocs, New York.

We are looking for work to include in the next edition. We are interested in single-channel works that inspire dialogues, and/or are playful critiques of the documentary form, performance and spectatorship.


  • There are no restrictions in theme or approach.
  • Individual works must not exceed 20 min. in total running time.
  • Exhibition/screening copies must be available as H264 Quicktime data.
  • Submitted works must be available for preview online – for example on Vimeo or Youtube.
  • Submission fee: £10 per work (after clicking Submit, you will be redirected to PayPal for payment to Ad Lumina)
  • Deadline: Midnight GMT, Sunday 25th January 2016
  • Click HERE to submit online

Details here:


Lunes, Enero 25, 2016 (Todo el día)



Lunes, Enero 25, 2016 (Todo el día)