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Edinburgh TV Festival Ones to Watch

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Ones to Watch gives television’s best and brightest access to four days of inspiring sessions, creative debate and unrivalled networking opportunities at Edinburgh in August, as well as support and mentoring throughout the year. A place on Ones to Watch is a life-changing, money-can’t-buy opportunity.

Ones to Watch 2019 will take place 19-23 August at the Edinburgh TV Festival.

Deadline: 
05/07/2019

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The Network

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Think TV's not for you? Think again! The Network is a free entry-level scheme for anyone aged 18+ who wants to start a career in television.

The Network takes place every August alongside the Edinburgh TV Festival. Our 60 delegates get four days of masterclasses, workshops and practical TV-making experience led by industry professionals, as well as a year of mentoring and access to exclusive paid jobs.

Deadline: 
05/07/2019

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Short Com call for submissions

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For those with spirit of independence and craft of short comedy filmmaking, you'll be pleased to hear that The Short Com International Film Festival returns this year! Short Com will be screening during the largest arts festival in the world, the Edinburgh Fringe and International Festival. We have prizes from film festival strategy experts; Festival Formula, screenwriting software from industry leaders Final Draft and also $500 to be won. For further details about the festival and how to enter, please visit our site via the link below.

Best wishes,

Chris Aitken

Deadline: 
06/01/2019
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$20
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Edinburgh Short Film Festival 2019 Now Open-Awards & International Showcases

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Edinburgh Short Film Festival 2019 Now Open-Awards & International Showcases

Featuring the best short films of 2019 at international film festivals 

We're screening 8 nights of short film at cinemas across Edinburgh in 2019 

Presenting awards and trophies for the best films selected by our jury for  Best Film, & Best Animation & Best Scottish Short!

This year, we're  also excited to be programming films and film partnerships for our 2019 partners: 

DC Independent Film Festival (Washington)
The Adriatic Film Festival
The Sardinia Film Festival 
Fastnet Film Festival 
Firenze FilmCorti (Florence)
Puppet Animation Scotland
Edinburgh Printmakers 

Max Length 25 minutes, international films welcomed, all genres eligible.
 

Deadline: 
06/24/2019
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$16
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Edinburgh Short Film Festival 2018 - Submissions Now Open! Awards, Cash Prizes & Global Tours

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Edinburgh Short Film Festival 2018 -  Submissions Now Open! Awards, Cash Prizes & Global Tours

Taking short film to the masses and blogging about short film around the world, The Festival also provides workshops, networking sessions and 
making awards with cash prizes for Best Film, & Best Animation & Best Scottish Short!

This year, we're  also excited to be programming films for our 2018 partners: 

DC Shorts - The US East Coast's largest short film event, (20% discount for ESFF entrants)
Mecal - the Barcelona International Short Film Festival
The Sardinia Film Festival 
Fastnet Film Festival 
Firenze FilmCorti (Florence)

Max Length 25 minutes, international films welcomed, all genres eligible.

Open for entries online: Please note, our early bird entry deadline ends Friday February 2nd 2018:

http://www.edinburghshortfilmfestival.com/call-for-entries/
 

Deadline: 
06/25/2018
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£13-£20

Light, Land & Country

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Light, Land & Country

March 9 – April 3, 2018

Gallery 23

23 Atholl Crescent
Edinburgh, EH3 8HQ

Tel. (0131) 229 1528

 

The depiction of the natural world has fascinated artists since prehistoric times. Greek and Romans artists often depicted elaborate wall paintings of landscapes and gardenscapes in pleasure villas. In China’s late Tang dynasty, landscape painting had evolved into an independent genre that embodied a universal longing by the elite to commune with nature. However, the term "landscape" didn’t come into general use until the 1600s. Derived from the Dutch term landschap--meaning a region or tract of land--it gradually developed into a popular genre in seventeenth-century Holland for wealthy Calvinist patrons who desired paintings that described the beauty and spirituality of the world around them. By the second half of the 20th century, the concept of landscape was extended to incorporate concepts of urban architecture and the rise of industrial spaces. Likewise the rise of nature photography has been used to document issues of conservation, environmentalism, and concerns of land use.

 

For our Spring 2018 exhibition, Gallery 23 welcomes artists of any medium to submit works that invite viewers to contemplate the ways in which we relate to the land we inhabit and explore the ways we relate to our own physical environment. We encourage submissions in ANY two-dimensional artistic medium, as well as multiple prints or copies of photographs. Works are not limited to solely to the visual; we are open to text-based works as well.

 

All works will be for sale at the artist’s discretion.

 

For more information about Gallery 23 please visit:

https://www.facebook.com/Gallery23/?fref=ts

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Submission Guidelines:

Please send either a preliminary sketch or an image of a completed work to both:

 

Dr. Julie V. Hansen                                    Lauren Denler

Gallery Director                                          Intern

gallery@esuscotland.org.uk                      ldenler.gallery23@gmail.com

 

Submission Deadline: February 7, 2018

 

Feel free to submit existing work that you feel is congruous with the intentions of this project.

For more information about visit: https://www.facebook.com/Gallery23/?fref=ts

 

DROP OFF: Monday, March 5 – Wednesday, March 7, or by special appointment) Please ensure all work is signed, has all info on reverse and is display ready. If framed, we prefer white or neutral frames.

 

Please Include The Following in Your Submission:

• Up to 10 images of your artwork with titles

• Title format: FULLNAME_TITLE_SIZE_MEDIUM_DATE_PRICE/RANGE (for multiples, please specify the edition: ie.“digital print, edition of 10”)

• A brief artist bio/statement up to 200 words with any pertinent information related to works submitted for label or catalogue copy

• Contact information including phone number/email / *website / *blog / *instagram (*if applicable)

 

COMMISSION: Gallery 23 will accept a 30% commission of any sales of consigned artwork during the exhibition period.

 

PICK UP: Unsold works will be available Wednesday, April 4th for pick up.

 

The exhibition opening will be held at the gallery’s West End location on Friday, March 9th, from 6:30-9:30.

 

EMAIL: gallery@esuscotland.org.uk

WEBSITE: https://gallery23.org.uk/

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Gallery23/

Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 12.00 / 5.00 p.m. | Saturday 12.00 p.m./ 4.00 p.m.

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ART SUPPORTING A CHARITABLE CAUSE

 

Gallery 23 is affiliated with ESU Scotland (English Speaking Union), an international charity recognised for its schools’ educational programmes. All proceeds from art sales support the charity.

 

To become a member of Gallery 23, please contact: secretary@esuscotland.org.uk

 

Deadline: 
02/07/2018
Fee Detail: 
Free
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