Open Call for the 16th Busan International Video Art Festival

Call for submissions are now open for the 16th Busan International Video Art Festival.


BIVAF mainly introduces video artworks that deal with contemporary social issues. In particular, we plan to invite works on post-Soviet spaces and cities this year, and we would like to select works that can be presented together through the open call. The submissions are open from 1 to 20 August. For details, please refer to the guidelines below. You can also find the guidelines and Google Forms link on our website and Facebook.


Thank you for your interest.


Submission link(**Google Forms**):


trans masc film and video art

Call for Submissions: trans masc film and video art

The Otherness Archive is building a sustainable digital and publicly accessible archive, having received a grant from Arts Council. The first category of focus is dedicated to the trans masc experience, to be launched in October 2022.

This call for submissions is for trans masc video art, moving image work, and films to be included within Otherness Archives digital archive. This could potentially lead to requesting to feature your work in some of our future screenings (if so, you will receive a screening fee).

If you'd like to submit your work to be included ahead of our launch in October 2022, please submit your films and works by 31 July 2022, by providing a few details in this form: 

Ageing from Existence

projektado collective is opening for video contributions to its latest project ‘Ageing from existence’. Open to everyone, professional or amateur, and driven by an experimental and collaborative approach to audiovisual communication, this project is an opportunity to delve into a shared and unpredictable process.

All video submissions will be used in the final piece, as long as they don’t infringe any of our platform’s guidelines* and relate to the topic explored in this open call.

Adventure Filmmakers Workshop - Fall 2022


The Adventure Filmmakers Workshop is an exceptional chance for independent and emerging filmmakers to advance their skills under the guidance of two of the world’s premier and proven adventure filmmakers. During a jam-packed 10 days in the fall, participants will hone their craft, strengthen their skills, whilst networking with fellow filmmakers, industry insiders, and decision-makers. 

This all takes place within the core of the Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival, where epic stories are told through the eyes of adventurers, authors, photographers, and filmmakers from around the globe.

What does the program offer?


Hello London Actors!

Univeristy of Arts London Film & TV course are looking for great talent to be lead in an exciting drama titled 'Maggots'. We are in urgent need of actors to come in and showcase their skills. Auditions to be held on the 16th of May. 

Feel free to contact us by number - 07908557210 

Or email -

Or social - @Maggotsfilm

International Portrait Film Festival

IPFF is on the path towards its third edition in 2022. Once again, we will celebrate short portrait cinema and art with the potential to explore, educate, and transform.

A portrait is an image heavy with meaning. Multilayered and multifaceted, it has a visual, psychological, material, emotional and spiritual dimension.

Unravelled in art, the painted, the literary, the photographic portrait is often perceived by the human mind as a still frozen in time. But, in fact, it has already undergone a transformation. From its true origin, through the consciousness that revives the brush, the quill and the lens, to the semblance that begins its life on the canvas and on the page. Imitation and repetition, but with endless potential for future metamorphoses.


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