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Moinho Cine Fest

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Moinho Cine Fest is an international film festival for micro and films with prizes and screening fees.

The length of the nano film is until to 01:00 (mm:ss) and the micro film is until to 05:00 (mm:ss)

It's organized by ANARTEM - Associação Cultural and directed by André Almeida Rodrigues, a Portuguese filmmaker.

The 4th edition of the festival will take place in April 2022 in Custóias, Leça do Balio and Guifões, Matosinhos, Portugal.

GOALS

• Be a showcase of the panorama of world film production in 2020 and 2021.

• Promoting itself as a meeting point for “all world cinema”.

• Paid to filmmakers to screening their films in competition.

Prize summary: 
Win up to 200 EUR + screening fee to all films in competition
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 AWARDS

• Best Film: 200 EUR + Trophy + Certificate

• Best Nano Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Mobile Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Portuguese Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Portuguese Nano Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Portuguese Mobile Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Local Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Animation: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Documentary: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Experimental Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Fiction: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Music Video: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Dance Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Fashion Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Honorable Mentions – Jury decision (if applicable)

SCREENING FEES

• 0.05 EUR per second without credits to films in competition

Deadline: 
12/31/2021

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Fee Detail: 
July 2 EUR August: 3 EUR September: 4 EUR October: 5 EUR November: 6 EUR December: 7EUR
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Aggregate Animated Shorts Fifth Annual International Short Film Festival

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Submissions are DUE JULY 25 / 11:59 PM PST 

Thank you for your interest in exhibiting at Aggregate Space Gallery (ASG). We are pleased to announce our Fifth Annual International Short Film Festival. In our ongoing effort to present unique and challenging art experiences to the public, ASG is proud to launch this continued celebration of non-commercial and experimental animation. Animation, as a subset within video art, is unique in its versatility as a communicative artform and its magical ability to place viewers inside adjacent realities. It is a medium without rules or restrictions, and its content can address ideas as simple or as complex as the animator intends.

We will be accepting films from 2 - 25 minutes of length in the categories of narrative and non-narrative. Animations of all styles, digital and analog, will be considered. Submissions are DUE JULY 25 / 11:59 PM PST. You will receive an email from our team regarding your submission in early August.

During the presentation of the program, audiences will be rating each film based on

Most seductive

Best Technique

Best Sound Design

Best in Show

Each winner will be included in our award ceremony next to the juror’s awards for Narrative and Non-narrative films. This year, our Award Ceremony will take place either online or in-person and will include screenings of a film by each of the jurors, the viewer’s choice awards, and the juror’s top 2 films, and an honorable mention from each category.

The films and their presenters will be publicly announced via social media once the decisions have been made. Also to be announced are the identities of the jurors, who will come from last year's Animation Festival winners scene. It's a short turnaround, so spread the word and get your submissions in ASAP.

There is a required submission fee of $20

*** WE WILL EVALUATE ONLY ONE SUBMISSION PER PERSON ***

Deadline: 
07/25/2021

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$20.00
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Altered Images

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Altered images is a spontaneous space for experimental film production, videoart, installations and live music. The festival aims to showcase silent or sound movies that are open to a sound reinterpretation.
Our showcase is open to artists all around the world whose works have an experimental and innovative character.
Its goal is to create forthcoming events of live music, projections and art installations where people can enjoy the show in a relaxed and friendly environment. We’re looking for brave and risky filmmakers, who enjoy exploring the sounds and the different touch other artists can provide to their images.
One of our key priorities is to look after the chosen videos that will be showcased as well as after the artists behind them. Not only by inviting them to attend the event, whenever possible, but also by providing them with a complete feedback.

Deadline: 
06/12/2021

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5 GBP Standard fee
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The RSA Morton Award

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Entries for this year's Royal Scottish Academy Morton Award are now open!

The Morton Award (£5,000) is open to artists working in a lens-based media in Scotland. The award is funded by The Morton Charitable Trust and administered by the Royal Scottish Academy. This funded opportunity provides research, development and production time for a new body of work in a lens-based medium.

ELIGIBILITY

  • Artists must be working in a lens-based media (includes digital & analogue photography, film and video)
  • Artists must have been born in Scotland or have studied at a Scottish art school or have been resident in Scotland for at least 3 years.
  • Undergraduate or postgraduate students are not eligible.

Image: Sekai Machache, The Divine Sky, 2020

Prize summary: 
£5,000 to research, develop and produce a new body of work in a lens-based media in Scotland
Prizes Details: 
  • Monetary award to research, develop and produce a new body of work in a lens-based medium
  • Exhibition of selected completed work at the Royal Scottish Academy in 2022
  • Acquisition of work into the prestigious RSA Permanent Collections.
Deadline: 
06/27/2021

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The 2021 Film and Video Poetry Symposium

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The Film and Video Poetry Society Presents:
The 2021 Film and Video Poetry Symposium

Poets, writers, filmmakers, and media artists are called to submit their work to the 4th annual Film and Video Poetry Symposium. The film festival and symposium will celebrate and screen a large scope of film and video projects developed primarily through the medium of poetry. FVPS will host a media gallery, a series of panels, guest speakers, and public dialogues regarding film and video poetry over the course of the symposium.

The Film and Video Poetry Symposium will accept submissions of poetry films, filmpoems, digital-poetry, poetry video, choreopoems, Cin(E)-Poetry, spoken word film and videos, videopoems, visual poetry, poetrinca, media poetry, and film and video works that are driven by onscreen text.

The Film and Video Poetry Symposium also calls for experimental film and video work that explores language and/or literature whether it be oral, written, visual, or symbolic. This includes non-narrative work and the avant-garde. We strongly consider work that challenges traditional and current visual communication methods while continuing to function as a mode for exploring narrative forms and personal expression.

The Film and Video Poetry Symposium also calls essay film, works of epistolary cinema, documentaries, animation, performance art film and video, and oratorical works.

Lastly, The Film and Video Poetry Symposium seeks virtual reality projects, new technology, algorithmic, 360° Video, digital art, video mapping, installation proposals, and video art presentations that feature, hybrid, or contain strong aspects of poetry.

Prizes Details: 

Best Videopoem or Poetry Film
Outstanding Poem presented within a film or video
Best Experimental Work
Best Essay Film
Best Choreopoem
Best Documentary
Best Spoken Word Performance
Best Animation
Best Performance Art Film or Video
Special Programmer's or Jury Award

Deadline: 
09/04/2021

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20 usd
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Open Call for Short Films

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THE HEALTHY SCEPTICISM SHORT FILM COMPETITION

We invite submissions of short films (under 15 minutes) to appear as part of the Healthy Scepticism film festival. Submissions should offer some contemplation of the issues under consideration at the Healthy Scepticism project (outlined below), and may do so in any way the filmmaker sees fit. Submissions might explore, for example, any of the following kinds of questions: What are your or others’ experiences of health, illness, wellness, medicine, healthcare? What is your perspective on how our healthcare systems do and do not work? How do we currently think of ourselves as “ill” or “healthy,” and why? What role does media – including social media – have in our perceptions of health, wellness, illness and disease? How do personal encounters, family histories, ethnic, sexual and gender identities change our experiences of health and illness, of healthcare and healthcare systems? How has COVID-19 changed things for us in terms of how we understand health and its care?

 

THE HEALTHY SCEPTICISM PROJECT

Health sceptics have never been more in the news. Though mask-abstainers and COVID-19 conspiracy theorists filled our headlines early on, they have more recently had to share with new and more measured conversations around vaccine hesitancy and the very real fears, experiences and collective memories that drive it. These are not new feelings. Sometimes these scepticisms are the result of the ways in which healthcare has let us down now and in the past; other times, they are the result of unique, personal and specific experiences. Scepticism arises both within and outside the formal contours of medical practice. It differs from community to community, individual to individual and nation to nation. Scepticism can be transient or specific to single issues or perhaps revolve around other, more culturally embedded networks of caring and healing that trump in importance healthcare’s more formalised versions. Wherever these are and however they appear, the Healthy Scepticism aims to trace them: to explore what the history and present of medical scepticism can tell us about our current relationships to health and healthcare, and through this to explore ways to improve how we care for health long term.

We will feature the films of our finalists as part of our film festival, and one overall winner will be featured in the festival alongside an interview. The winner will be chosen by an interdisciplinary panel of judges working across the Healthy Scepticism project.

 

Deadline: 
06/01/2021

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