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Working the Wound Screenwriting Workshops





Learn the craft of screenwriting and originate complex protagonists whose personal arcs speak to the compelling and intersectional experiences of women, people of color, and/or the LGBTQ+ community. For writers of all identities.

Using this unique approach to the craft of screenwriting, Jenny Kleiman uses characters' misbehaviors and trauma (yes, in comedy too!) to develop complex story arcs. Specializing in plot problem-solving, these workshops will help you identify and hone your voice. Further, in an effort to combat and destroy familiar tropes previously reserved for women and minorities in cinema, these workshops are specific to developing and honing the inner narratives, experiences, and tribulations of minority leads.

This weekly workshop is an opportunity to create layered and complex characters to drive your feature or TV pilot. Over eight weeks, you will develop and workshop your idea with the focus and goal of FINISHING YOUR SCRIPT. ​ Modeled after a professional writers’ room, students will read each other’s work weekly to discuss, critique, identify, and learn story structure, this class is great for levels: beginners, intermediate, or professional writers looking to create great stories with compelling leads. ​

8-Week Sessions: $400. Next Session starts Tuesday, January 12, 2021 and runs weekly through February 30, 2021

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Call for short films: ARCHIBA Urban Film Festival



ARCHIBA is a film festival looking for short films that explore the relationship of the individual with the spaces they inhabit, the architecture and urban landscapes of the world and urban life.

Archiba's mission is to be a small mirror of life in contemporary societies, its rhythms, its pulses, how cities from all corners of the world look and feel, and thus generate a starting point for collective reflection.

The short films, music videos, videoperformances and screendance films can be linked to different themes and formats, such as: biographies, documentaries, fictional stories, audiovisual self-portraits, portraits of the urban landscape, of architectural spaces, of social conflicts, diversity, migratory issues and other realities of life in community, ecological impact, self-sustainable development.

ARCHIBA'S selected short films will be screened at Buenos Aires's lively La Casa del Arbol Cultural Centre, alongside panels of discussions and video interviews with the filmmakers


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3-8 USD
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Open Call for WHAT IS REAL? group exhibition in Brooklyn, NY





We are calling for artists that work in all mediums (i.e. writers, photographers, painters, musicians, performance artists, video artists, sound artists, poets, philosophers, makers) who work with or interpret the seemingly unanswerable question: WHAT IS REAL?

You scroll, you like, you add, you wave, you chat, you share, you post, you repost, you wish, you hope, you predict, you try but fail to discern what is real. Even though we know so much about the biological aspects of life, the way it unfolds for each of us is a mystery. That mystery is what makes life so complex and beautiful. It has led to philosophy, science, psychology, myth, and metaphysics. How do we perceive color and time? What are feelings and are they real? What is god and is god real? What are UFOs or the Boogie Man? 

The paranoia and anxiety that is triggered by other unknowns can be debilitating. Is free will real if we are controlled by larger political and economic entities? Where are these food products coming from? Is this company trying to control me? Is this news article stating facts? Am I being monitored through my online presence? Can I trust the justice system? Can I trust my memory? Do we live in a simulation? What do we define as normality? Is the apocalypse real and is it just around the corner? 

We are now more than ever forced to rethink what we know about our sociopolitical, economic, and environmental climate, and yet we realize that humans have always tried to understand reality, who we are and why we are here. We are influenced by the media and ads which makes it even harder to be critical and formulate our own beliefs. Oversaturated by information that is not easy to process, it takes extreme effort to sift through what is real and what is fake, or are they one and the same? Reality in the 21st century is subjective, a perception, a perspective. Can we say that reality is a spectrum? 

WHERE: A Victorian, 4-story house (est. 1910) located in Prospect Park South, Brooklyn 

WHEN: Saturday, May 1, 2021 (please note that this date is subject to change)

WHO: Artists that can hand deliver their work, or local enough to New York City that we can coordinate simple pick up arrangements (meaning no shipping). Artists that are not local: we will accept video, sound or other work that can be transferred online.

WHAT: Please submit a brief artist statement and images of works that relate to the theme. We will also accept a website and/or Instagram account if you believe that your general practice deals with this question. 

THE SHOP: Please submit images of artist books, zines, prints, T-shirts, clothing, little objects, souvenirs, etc. that you would be interested in selling at our shop. ONLY ORIGINAL WORK. Can submit to both exhibition and shop OR either or. 


DEADLINE: Friday, January 15, 2021, 11:59PM EST

Thank you for your interest and we look forward to reviewing your submissions!-

--Tunie Betesh, Nicole Economides, and Natalia Almonte


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no–body's room




no — body’s room is an online video art screening program in collaboration with LUX Moving Image (London).
no — body’s room investigates, researches, and brings together video artworks that reflect on the idea of the “cannibal image”. The image is seen as a “living body” that nourishes itself with other images.

The screening will show works that establish a dialogue between the representation of the human body and the moving images, following three sub-categories:

1. Skin
Keywords: external surface, incarnation, image as body, body of the image, living “body”.
2. Biting and Chewing
Keywords: violence, interaction, decomposition, incorporation, fragmentation, incarnation, embody, openness.
3. Viscera
Keywords: intimacy, structures, interiorization.

Each category will screen works of contemporary artists alongside archive video artworks of LUX London.


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ITSLIQUID International Art Exhibition | February 11/12 – March 12, 2021
Deadline: December 27, 2020

ITSLIQUID Group, in collaboration with Venice Events and ACIT Venice – Italian-German Cultural Association, is selecting all interesting photo, painting, video art, installation/sculpture and performance art works to include in the next exhibition THE BODY LANGUAGE – ITSLIQUID International Art Exhibition 2021 that will be held in Venice during the period of Venice Carnival 2021, at THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space, from February 11 to March 12, 2021, and at Palazzo Albrizzi-Capello from February 12 to March 12, 2021.

THE BODY LANGUAGE analyzes the hidden parts of our identities, through an immersive experience inside the fascinating universe of the complex labyrinths of our consciousness. The human body is a changing system that connects us with other bodies and spaces to perceive the surrounding reality; a strong communication system with its own language and infinite ways of expression. The exhibition will be presented during the period of Venice Carnival 2021 and we invite artists to be inspired by the magical power of Venetian costumes, exploring the connection between desires, needs, fears through rituals that brings human kind to change, to transform and to evolve their inner world.


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depending on number and dimensions of selected artworks
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Woman Scream Festival 2021-Global Call for Submission





Woman Scream Festival (Grito de Mujer) in its 11th. edition, opens its first call for video proposals to participate on the virtual events that will take place online, starting March 1st  throughout March  31st , 2021. The chosen theme for this season is: "Women Warriors: Violence is not in quarantine!"

“We, the WOMEN warriors, adapt to any circumstance. We stay strong, in the midst of the worst pandemic. We, who are indoors, quarantined with our abuser. We, the girls who live with those who mistreat us. We, the resilient of life. We, the strong WOMEN who don’t give up, who won’t be silenced, who will never give up or stay quieted! We are brave, we are art, we are hope, we are poetry, we are the SCREAM ”.


Participating Categories *:

Short/Micro Film
Video Poems
Micro Conferences
Micro Workshops (literature, art, women, etc.)
Short Theater
Visual Arts


This call is open from November 25th, 2020 to January 5th. 2021. (We won’t keep any contact with participants)


Who can participate:

People of any gender, age or nationality (Children with prior written permission of their parents only*) with one (1) proposal, filmed on video in any of these languages: Spanish, English, French, Italian, Portuguese and / or German , preferably created exclusively for the festival.

We accept previously published works*, as long as they comply with the guidelines of this call and fit into any of the themes of Woman Scream Festival, as detailed below (*See notes):

-Single participation per category (One person can participate in up to two languages, same category).

-Video proposals related to the slogan of the 2021 festival will be accepted:

"Women Warriors: Violence is not in quarantine", a tribute to women and girls living in quarantine with their abusers, and / or similar topics within Woman Scream Festival themes.

-Proposals whose messages are focused from hope, in a positive way, will be valued. Raising self-esteem and strengthening women self-value messages are welcome to support those women and girls in truly need during difficult times.

-We do not accept proposals that visualize or promote violence in any way, or sexual, sexist nor offensive content. Woman Scream is a family-friendly event. Please take it into consideration before submitting.



-The chosen proposals will be included on the Woman Scream 2021 agenda for March, under any date according to global calendar availability.

-Event Promotion.

-Certificate of Appreciation sent to email of selected participants once the festival is over.


Time duration, by category:

-Short films (Brief. No established limit)
-Video-Poems (3 mins tops. Including greetings)
-Micro Conferences (15 mins tops).
-Micro Workshops (Topics of interest to the festival: literature, art, women, etc.) (15 mins tops).
-Short theater (monologue 5 mins tops. Group 15 mins tops).
-Performance (video 5 mins tops).
-Music (song, performance, solo or group, 1 piece)
-Dance (1 piece, solo or group)
-Visual Art (10 tops. including greeting)


Submission format

-You must upload the video to Vimeo or YouTube and send us the link.

-If selected, we will ask you to send us the video file through WeTransfer, Google Drive, Dropbox or any other, to download. If your content has Copyright, we’ll need your authorization to upload it on our YouTube and Facebook channels, for festival broadcasting use.

-You can record using a cell phone with good resolution or a digital/video camera.

Attachments must be in:

MPG4 format
Maximum Resolution (1080x72)
For publication on Social Networks (YouTube, Facebook, etc.)

We’ll value creativity, relevance to festival’s subject, quality of presentation, image, lighting and sound.


If your proposal is selected

Additional attachments, besides downloadable video file, must be send:

-Short biography (5 lines tops)
-A good resolution photo
-Contact email (please double check email to avoid mistakes).
-Written authorization where you allow Woman Scream to use the material to promote the festival on its social networks and pages, indicating that you’re participating freely out of solidarity in compliance to guidelines.


Greetings to the festival


Each newly created video must contain a greeting or mention to the Woman Scream Festival 2021, indicating name, nationality and country of residence at the beginning (20 seconds or less)


If your proposal hasn’t been created recently but, you wish to send it to this call, you can do so, if you are selected, you must attach to your video a mention or greeting to Woman Scream Festival 2021, along with your name, country, nationality and / or place of residence (10 seconds or less).


How to send your video

To submit your proposal, use the form at the bottom of page:



OPENS NOVEMBER 25th, 2020- UNTIL JANUARY 5th, 2021.




Our team will be selecting the proposals that best represent the theme of the festival based on the quality of content, image, sound, creativity and relevancy.


Important notes:


* Children participation: Must include written document authorization, signed by parents or tutors, in PDF format, with their names, country of residence and personal identification number of your country (identity card, ID, etc.), authorizing the "Woman Scream Festival" to release child (include name) video/image distribution on our social networks and channels. Proposals that fail to include this document, will not be considered.

* We will not consider proposals that fail to meet any of the aforementioned requirements.

* We will not maintain any communication with the participants, except with selected ones. The chosen videos will be part of our Woman Scream Festival for March 2021 calendar at by Feb 15th.

* Your possible questions could be answered in this call. Please read the details carefully.

* Woman Scream Festival reserves all selection rights. Decision is final.

* Non selected proposals will be eliminated, but we will keep your email to send future calls (unless you indicate otherwise).

Registration will be considered as a guarantee that the author owns the image, music and text rights to project their work within the framework of the Festival, as well as the acceptance of the bases automatically when submitting their work to this call.


Prize summary: 
Certificate and participation on festival
Prizes Details: 

-The chosen proposals will be included on the Woman Scream 2021 agenda for March, under any date according to global calendar availability.

-Event Promotion.

-Certificate of Appreciation sent to email of selected participants once the festival is over.


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