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Le MUP

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The Mange Un Poulpe Festival (Le MUP) is committed to the celebration of the vibrant community of short film, video, and animation artists on the beautiful island of Montreal. We hope to build ties between emerging and established professionals, and provide an arena where all short filmmakers, including students, can screen their films in public and support their fellow colleagues. Our ultimate goal is to connect short filmmakers to a broader audience in order to grow the film industry.

Its a 15$ fee for one soumission.
Here is the breakdown :

15$ :
50% goes to the cash prize;
8.5% goes to Filmfreeway;
41.5% goes to Le MUP;

3rd place : 50%
2nd place : 50%
1st place : Trophy

The more films we get, the bigger the cash prize will be !

Deadline: 
02/01/2020

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15$
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Simultan Festival 2019 CALL FOR VIDEO SUBMISSIONS!

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SIMULTAN FESTIVAL 2019 - CALL FOR VIDEO SUBMISSIONS!

DEADLINE: 14th OCTOBER 2019

In 2019, SIMULTAN festival carries the theme “There will be a time when it will not be“, which aims to question technology’s influence on the different aspects of individual and social life, to explore speculative situations, and to disturb the standardized image of the future as a cult of infinite progress and development. The festival delves into the realms of personal, political, social, philosophical and existential aspects of our day and age, by pointing out the various ways in which the artists respond to and how they record those changes, and how they imagine the future.

We are open for submissions of innovative video works, related to the festival motto.

– CATEGORIES: video / experimental video; documentary / experimental documentary; digital / generative.
– NUMBER OF WORKS: 2 max. / author.
– DURATION: 10 minutes max. each
– VIDEO FORMAT: AVI or MOV; format 16:9 or 4:3 (recommended compression H.264; sound 48kh).

The video must contain the title of the work author’s name and year of production.

All works will be watched works and selected by a jury. Only those accepted will become part of the Festival screening program. The decision of the jury is final.

Incomplete applications will not be considered!
All the artists will be notified by the end of October 2019.

Deadline: 
10/14/2019

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1st Annual SAYMO Short Film fest

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Call for Short Videos 1st Annual SAYMO Short Film Fest

SAYMO Collective & Gallery is pleased to present their 1st Annual Short Video Fest on (Insert Date of Screening). This festival is open to all forms of short videos, including genres such as performance, animation, stop motion, experimental, narrative, comedy, etc. All accepted videomakers will be included in our press materials.

 DATES:

 - Submission Deadline: (by Nov 5th 2019)

 - Notifications: (by Nov.12th 2019 ) Only selected artists will be notified and invited to provide a video file for best screening quality.

 - Night of Screening: (TBA – Location – Negative Space Gallery – Cleveland, Ohio) w/ Livestream to the World Wide Web

Deadline: 
11/05/2019

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$10 (up to 3 submissions on one application)
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Festival of Cinema NYC

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Festival of Cinema NYC, New York City's fast growing film festival enters its fourth year in 2020! Beginning the first Friday of August, this year Festival of Cinema NYC will run from August 7 - 16th.  

Festival of Cinema NYC seeks the best in independent film of all lengths and genres. Whether your film is a drama, comedy, horror, sci-fi, fantasy, documentary, experimental, LGBTQ, animation, etc. - we want to show it! Our Opening Night, Closing Night, Midweek Red Carpet Event, and Midnight Madness Grindhouse Horror films are all selected from the very best submissions we receive. Plus, every filmmaker that submits their film(s) will automatically receive a one year subscription to Videomaker Magazine, a leading subscription service that focuses on guiding independent filmmakers with online tutorials and publications (a $20 value).  Our only criteria is that your film be truly independent and not backed by any of the seven major movie studios. All selected filmmakers get VIP passes that allow entry into all our screenings, events and parties.

As a film festival created by filmmakers for filmmakers, Festival of Cinema NYC  has quickly made its mark on the festival circuit. Sponsored by Regal Cinemas – the 2nd largest theater chain in the United States, Festival of Cinema NYC screens over 100 films at the historic Midway Theater in Forest Hills. Films are exhibited on grand screens with state of the art sound and projection. Attendees get to experience each screening in the comfort of the theaters recliner seats. Additional screenings, workshops and panels presented at the Queens Library at Forest Hills and the Queens Museum in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, offer filmmakers and guest a world class event showcasing the work of truly independent filmmakers locally and from around the world. 

Because Festival of Cinema NYC was founded by independent filmmakers we understand the needs and challenges that filmmakers face. Our festival staff is committed to offering filmmakers the opportunities they seek to promote and ultimately have their film seen and sold. Since our inception in 2017, over 10 films have found distribution through our sponsors, with many more being offered distribution deals from visiting distributors. One of the key components to Festival of Cinema NYC's success, is making sure each filmmaker and their film get the proper attention and publicity that they deserve. Our publicity department works around the clock to ensure that filmmakers get as much coverage in news and local media. Filmmakers at the festival have had their films covered in various news publications around Queens and New York City, including the N.Y. Times, the NY Daily News, The NY Post, The Queens Chronicle,  CBSN and NY1 News on Spectrum cable. Attending filmmakers are invited to participate on the official festival video podcast, hosted by New York City's largest network of independent film - The NYC Indie Film Collective.  Moreover, filmmakers in attendance each get a Q&A following their screening, giving them the chance to engage our audience. 

Additionally, Festival of Cinema NYC hosts panels and workshops that strongly appeal to filmmakers. Subjects including distribution and production resources, as well as workshops by industry leaders such as Sag-Aftra and Seed & Spark. Beginning with our 2019 edition, Festival of Cinema NYC has partnered with Cinemarket. Debuting at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, Cinemarket is a secure Online Transaction Platform (OTP) where license owners can sell their film directly to distributors and exhibitors.  The platform offers a full-service, end-to-end solution for distributors and producers to close legally-vetted, industry-standard licensing agreements, including payment and escrow services. In other words, Festival of Cinema NYC is now one of the handful of film festivals in the North East where filmmakers will have an opportunity to interact with distributors directly!

Festival of Cinema NYC is a competitive festival that accepts films and media of all lengths, genres and subjects. Awards in 18 categories include Best Feature and Short Narrative, Best Documentary, Best Animation, Music Video & Experimental, and Best Web Series. Audience choice for Feature and Short film are also awarded. Past Jury members have included Anna Garduno, Executive Producer at Netflix; Amy Peters, Emmy award winner; Doug LeClaire, founder of Asbury Shorts USA; and  Isil Bagdadi, president of distribution at Cavu Pictures. Winners walk away with an amazing custom statuette as well as over $20,000 in prizes being offered from some of our amazing sponsors. Sponsors have included The New York City Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, The Queens Economic Development Corporation, Maspeth Federal Savings Bank, The Queens Council on the Arts, SAG-AFTRA, Moviemaker Magazine, LA/NY 411, Indiepix FIlms, Final Draft, Jungle Software, Showbiz Media, InkTip, Simple DCP, Soundview Media Partners, Synimatica, The Acting Studio NYC, Seed & Spark, Yelp and Big City Graphics. 

Finally, what would a film festival be like without any parties and events?? Filmmakers and attendees are encouraged to engage each other at our networking events, red carpet after parties, karaoke night, trivia night, comedy night, and billiards night - all taking place on festival grounds throughout Forest Hills!

Deadline: 
04/13/2020

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Varies ($35-$90)
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Video Artists - Win a TV Commercial on CBS!

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Naples TelevisiArt 2020 Call to Video Artists - Win a TV Commercial on CBS!

KAJ Gallery Contemporary Art of Naples, Florida is offering video artists the opportunity to win (up to 24) 10 second tv spots on the Naples CBS affiliate television station (Wink TV). International artists are encouraged to apply. It will be determined at the time of judging if artists are awarded more than 1 commercial spot.

The theme is simply TelevisiArt, and any form of creative video will be considered.

Please visit the link below to view the prospectus:

 

Deadline: 
11/14/2019

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$10 per video / $25 for 3 videos
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Call for Short Film Submissions: Black Girl* Magic

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Artists Without A Cause is bringing back the Black Girl* Magic Film Series and we’re looking for short film and video submissions by Black womxn* FTLI filmmakers for a screening during Black History Month in Berlin, Germany. Our third installment of the series is being presented in collaboration with White Guilt Clean Up and Frauenkreise Berlin, where it will take place. The resilience and power of creativity in the face of discrimination, injustice, and everyday violence is truly magical. We are excited to celebrate Blackness beyond mainstream tropes and through the lenses of Black womxn* once again with new filmmakers and and new stories.

What we’re looking for:

Short films and videos by Black womxn* FLTI of any genre and exploring any theme. Bonus for films with themes of creativity, power, resilience, and joy of Black Girl* Magic.

We’re looking to fill about 90 minutes of runtime.All filmmakers are invited to join in the discussion! Berlin-based? You’re welcome to join us at the screening. Not in town? No worries, we would love to have you call in online.

Deadline: 
01/15/2020

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