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L'ALTERNATIVA 2021 CALL FOR ENTRIES

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The Call for Entries for the next edition of l'Alternativa is now open!

L’Alternativa, Barcelona Independent Film Festival, celebrates its 28th edition. We offer filmgoers, filmmakers and industry professionals a unique opportunity to discover and enjoy screenings and activities that value creative freedom, diversity, innovation, commitment and thought-provoking reflection.

L’Alternativa will take place from 15 to 28 November 2021, and will be a hybrid event: onsite* and online.
The main onsite venue is the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB).

We accept features and shorts, fiction, nonfiction, essay, animation and experimental from Spain and worldwide.
Cash prizes. 
Entry deadline is 1st July 2021

* Circumstances permitting

Prize summary: 
Cash prizes in all official sections
Deadline: 
07/01/2021

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MIXTAPE Virtual Dance Festival 2021

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MIXTAPE is an annual dance festival presented by Atlanta’s Zoetic Dance featuring dance works that celebrate, support and uplift inclusivity and gender equality throughout our communities.

MIXTAPE Vol. 4 highlights dance film works focused on the revival of the body and soul through movement, dance and film. It will celebrate finding new pathways for creativity and flow during times of stagnant turmoil, embracing the artists’ journey as we continue to navigate a world in extreme flux.

Restore breath, regain flow - A return to inner peace, core desire and personal conviction.

Films are screened in June 21, 2021 virtually.

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Artist Benefits

Artist/Teaching Stipend

Presenting artists are offered a $250 stipend and a $150 teaching stipend. *Teaching stipends only applicable if presenting artist is teaching a master class for the MIXTAPE virtual workshop. More details available to artists on workshop upon acceptance.

Widespread Visibility

As a presenting artist in MIXTAPE, your film work will be seen by diverse audience across various virtual platforms. Visibility is guaranteed to all presenting artists through an extensive social media and marketing plan facilitated by our marketing and administrative teams.

Networking

Presenting artists will have the opportunity to network with other dance artists from local & national communities throughout the duration of the MIXTAPE program.

Artist Promotion

Artists will be supported and promoted through online publications and features across various virtual platforms through a widespread marketing implementation campaign.

Deadline: 
03/26/2021

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Supernova Digital Animation Festival "Regeneration"

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Regeneration celebrates a period of renewed existence, an improvement of social and economic conditions, a release from corruption, positive feedback, and the reactivation of a catalyst. It represents the conceptualization of a generation that will disrupt the hegemonic structures of the past and a break from patterns that no longer serve. A REgeneration in the spirit of change and expansive reasoning towards an alternate future that puts digital motion artists and their work at the forefront.

Denver, February 23rd — Denver Digerati opens the “Regeneration” artist submission portal for the 6th annual Supernova Digital Animation Festival, dedicated solely to artists working with digital animation and motion art, hosted in Denver, Colorado. Supernova is presented by Denver Digerati, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, with the mission to advance digital motion art through exhibition and education, accelerating the merger of art and technology. Artists from across the world can submit for consideration, their latest motion-artworks through the Supernova Film Freeway portal. 

The Supernova Digital Animation Festival is a singular example of innovation within an urban context, as well as a celebration of visionary artists who utilize technology to influence new media artworks and animation. Supernova will employ a multi-faceted approach for presentation in 2021. Thousands of Colorado residents will have the advantage of attending a walking-tour activation of the large network of public LED displays, through partnership with the Denver Theater District, as well as the continuation of a month-long takeover of Night Lights Denver, on the iconic Daniels & Fisher Tower, supporting artists through direct commissions for their work. The full slate of programming will be exhibited through a robust online platform throughout the month of September. 

In 2021, Denver Digerati will increase the focus on education and will offer a series of Crush Courses. There is a lot of excitement surrounding the workshops, which will be led by some of the most successful artists working in the medium today. In addition to classes for adults, teen classes will be taught, with the inclusion of reduced-rate or free education for youth. All of the workshops will bring the opportunity for works produced in the classes to be shown in the festival providing a unique and exciting exhibition experience.Artists may submit up to two animations for consideration through Supernova’s submission portal on Film Freeway. Artists submitting their work prior to April 30th enjoy a discounted submission fee. The final deadline is July 2nd. Program selections are announced in early September, along with the full program of additional arts activations, and community collaborations.  

** All Supernova submissions must be suitable for public presentation. Artists working with adult themes will be considered for the annual “Overdrive - Adults Only Animation” program curated by celebrated artist Faiyaz Jafri.

Supernova is supported by the Denver Theatre District, Bonfils Stanton Foundation and numerous partnership organizations. Use of outdoor LED screens for Supernova is made possible by Branded Cities and Orange Barrel Media. A full list of 2021 sponsors will be announced this summer. For a full recap of the 2020 festival, visit denverdigerati.org/supernova-archive. 

Prize summary: 
Cash Prize awards totaling $5,000 for Festival competition categories
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Denver Digerati awards approximately $5,000 total in cash prize awards to winners in multiple program categories, with the focal competition presenting the best of all submissions.  A new component of the awards in 2021 is the introduction of an artist residency program, connecting award winners to further the conversation around their work following Supernova’s conclusion. The festival supports work by seasoned artists and those seeking to develop within the field, including works considered for the festival’s annual Student Competition, and student works produced directly through Denver Digerati’s education department. 

Supernova Award winners from 2020 included: Sine Özbilge, Huckleberry Hax and Ted Wiggin in the focal Competition, Maja Gehrig and Raquel Meyers in the World on Fire program, Natalie Nichols, and the team of Kaz Fantone and Wyatt Hall in the Student Shorts program, and the Award of Distinction to Kimberly Burleigh in the Director’s Choice program

Deadline: 
07/02/2021

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15 - 25 USD
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Cine al Patio - Open Call for films

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Cine al patio presents a monthly selection of short films in the unique outdoor setting of La Casa del Árbol Cultural Centre in the heart of Buenos Aires. Our screenings take place in a relaxed atmosphere, catered to an audience eager to experience high-level artistic content from a variety of culture and genres.

We are interested in receiving entries from all manner of fields, be it fiction or documentary, experimental or narrative, live-action or animated, or a combination of these.

The aim of Cine al patio is to ultimately connect audiences through a shared love of cinema, to reconcile people through the power of stories told over a mere matter of minutes.

We very much hope that you’ll share that experience with us.

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The winner of each month's audience vote will win a digital poster that has been created especially by our award-winning graphic-design team, and all selecterd films will recieve written promotional reviews of their work.

Deadline: 
06/13/2021

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Aritsts 4 Peace Call for Submissions Issue 4!

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At Artists 4 Peace, we dedicate space to the works of people who focus their practice in peace and sustainable living. We collect works in a number of mediums including Architecture, Dance, Film/Video, Multidisciplinary, Music, Theatre, Science, Visual Arts, Written Word, and works from young artists from the age of 18 and below. 

New issues are released every two months and we continually accept submissions throughout the year, regardless of deadline.

Please apply if you feel your creativity emerges as a response to the need of peace and sustainability, we’d be honored to have your work featured upon our next issue on March 29th 2021

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Works selected will be featured in our upcoming issue on March 29th or a later issue within the year.

Deadline: 
03/01/2021

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Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival

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The Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival is all about showcasing the outstanding work of first and second time filmmakers. It's our sole focus and it's what we do exceptionally well. The event takes place in scenic Middlebury, Vermont in late August each year. Our 7th Annual festival will roll out August 26-29, 2021.

Over its first six years, MNFF has been incredibly fortunate to attract a diverse array of passionate new filmmakers from around the world working across all genres who are creating brilliant work. We seek out compelling and memorable stories about underrepresented communities. We encourage risk taking and boundary breaking in the films that we select. We have created innovative partnerships with prestigious organizations like the Vermont Symphony Orchestra, the Jacob Burns Film Center and now the Bali International Film Festival that give our filmmakers truly distinctive opportunities to advance their craft and careers. And, at the heart of it all, MNFF offers a festival environment that is genuinely and deeply supportive of the emerging new voices in independent filmmaking. Check out our many reviews on FilmFreeway from filmmakers and you'll know why Middlebury is such an essential and enjoyable destination on the festival circuit.

After successfully concluding our innovative MNFF6: ONLINE festival this past August, a move necessitated by the adverse impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are now planning MNFF7 with an eye to being back "on the ground" in Middlebury. It is our fervent hope that by late August of 2021, we'll be able to welcome our filmmakers back to the safe environment of Middlebury. As with so many other festivals, the pandemic has scrambled our planning and created many uncertainties. But, we are proceeding with optimism and truly looking forward to presenting another exciting event that celebrates new filmmakers.

We will book four great venues to screen our 2021 selections: the historic Town Hall Theater, the recently renovated Marquis Theater, the beautiful Dana Auditorium and the inviting Twilight Hall, the latter two both at Middlebury College. We anticipate having as many as 85 slots available for accepted entries and selections will be made by a panel of judges led by the Festival’s Artistic Director, Jay Craven, noted Vermont filmmaker, impresario and educator.

If conditions permit, we will encourage our selected filmmakers to come to the Festival, engage in Q&A sessions with audiences following their screenings, network with peers in the peaceful surroundings and immerse themselves in the pleasures of small town Vermont. And, hopefully, we'll once again be housing our filmmakers in the wonderful homes of area residents, an unforgettable experience that distinguishes MNFF from so many other festivals. If we can offer stimulating Craft Panels and Distribution Sessions at MNFF7, we will do that, along with welcoming celebrated directors, producers, actors and writers to our stages. And we hope to find ways for our attendees to safely gather and share stories at vibrant venues around the Middlebury area. And, of course, we'll anticipate wrapping up MNFF7 with the wonderful VTeddy Awards at the Closing Ceremonies, where our winners take home the coveted VTeddy in recognition of their outstanding work. Keep up with all the developments for the 2021 Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival at middfilmfest.org and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. We are staying optimistic and we hope you will too!

Prize summary: 
Multiple $1000 cash prizes awarded
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The Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival offers the following Awards and Prizes:
- The VTeddy Award, our coveted and iconic custom made tuxedo-clad Teddy, in the following categories: Best Narrative Feature, Best Narrative Short, Best Documentary Feature, Best Documentary Short, Audience Award-Feature, Audience Award-Short
- The Hernandez/Bayliss Prize for the feature film that best captures the triumph of the human spirit and honors the inspirational power of independent filmmaking. Value: $1000.
- The Clio Visualizing History Prize for the Advancement of Women in Film, honoring a woman filmmaker whose feature film boldly portrays the story of a person or events of historical significance. Value: $1000.
- The Gaia Prize for Environmental Filmmaking, honoring a feature film with exceptional insights into environmental issues. In recognition of Gaia, Mother Earth in Greek mythology, this award seeks to encourage new filmmakers from around the world to bring widespread attention to global sustainability concerns. Value: $1000.
- The Shouldice Family Prize for Best Vermont-Made Film, honoring a Vermont-based filmmaker whose short or feature length film is of exceptional quality. Value: $1000.
- The Thaddeus Stevens Prize for Social Engagement by a Vermont Filmmaker, in tribute to the heroic Vermonter, Thaddeus Stevens, who played a decisive role in the abolition of slavery and the establishment of free public schooling in America. Value: $500.
- The AICEF Prize for Cross-Cultural Filmmaking, honoring an American filmmaker whose work deftly explores and embraces cross cultural themes, awarding an all-expenses paid round trip to screen their film at the 15th Annual Bali International Film Festival in Indonesia in May 2022 and a showcase screening at MNFF7. Value: $2000.
- The Vermont Symphony Orchestra Award for the Best Integration of Music Into Film, given exclusively to a short film director. The award includes multiple live performances of the winning film’s score by the VSO alongside a simultaneous screening of the film as part of the VSO’s statewide winter tour in early 2022. This dynamic performance/exhibition combination will also take place at MNFF8 in August 2022. Travel arrangements will be made and underwritten by the VSO and MNFF to bring the filmmaker to a select VSO performance. A remarkable and clearly distinctive award, by any standard.

Deadline: 
05/28/2021

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Fee Detail: 
$40 - short film [3-40 minutes] $55 feature film [41-120minutes]
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