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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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Open Call for Films and Music videos: Vinilonga Short Film Festival

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Vinilonga is a film festival run by filmmakers for filmmakers! A new cinematic endeavour based out of Buenos Aires, Argentina, The Vinilonga Film Festival offers emerging and established talent alike a dynamic space in which to showcase their own unique projects. With events taking place both online and in cultural hotspots across South America, the festival also affords audiences the opportunity to experience a wealth and diversity on storytelling beyond the remits of mainstream cinema.

We like to imagine ourselves as a conceptual costume party, in which a different theme or topic serves as a sort-of cinematic dress-code for each of our editions. With a new instalment of the festival held every three months, each programme contains fifteen short films carefully selected from a rolling pool of submissions in order to fit the brief for that particular season.

So whether your interests lie in fiction, documentary, video-dance, video-poetry, experimental film, animation, or a combination of these elements, we encourage both domestic and international participants to utilise whatever means or methods they see fit when submitting their short film or video-clip for our consideration.

With our curatorial criteria based around finding unique perspectives on contemporary issues, including stories and styles and values we don’t typically observe in the mass-media, our aim at Vinilonga is to integrate a plethora of creative voices from across space and culture into a unique cinematic ensemble. In presenting the best-possible stories told over a mere matter of minutes, we hope not only to illuminate what separates us as artists but what unites us as human-beings

Prizes Details: 

Audience award

- Will receive a digital poster of the film made by our graphic designers' team

All submitted films will be considered for future editions of our festival AND partner festivals

Deadline: 
10/02/2021

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from 4 USD
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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 Mind at Play

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Superpresent magazine is seeking submissions of visual art, film, audio, poetry, essays, and short stories for its summer issue.  The theme for the issue is "The Mind at Play."  More details can be found at http://superpresent.org  Please read the call page for details.

Deadline: 
06/01/2021

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Superpresent

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Superpresent is seeking submissions for its Summer 2021 issue.  The theme for the issue is "The Mind at Play".  We are seeking submissions of visual art, experimental art, poetry, essays, short stories, audio, and video.  Please check our website for details: www.superpresent.org

We do not charge submission fees and the magazine is available for download at no charge.

Deadline: 
06/01/2021

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A Voyage of Absurdity

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EXTENDED DEADLINE : 3RD MAY 2021

 

There is this idea(l) of the artist creating art for art’s sake, living la vie bohème, being envied for their freedom and creativity and having the liberty to express their individuality as they please. Is this actually the case though?

Being a practising artist does not necessarily mean one’s life is effortless and without any obstacles along the way. Taking the (often subconscious) decision to become an artist comes with costs. Living in a world where the humanities and, in particular, the arts, are not favoured by the wider socio-economic system as a fruitful financial ecosystem indicates that the majority of people working in the creative industries will have to find alternative means of supporting themselves financially, while, simultaneously developing and working on their creative practice. Countless external factors hinder many artists from reaching their full potential by limiting their existence. Thus, unavoidably, they are drawn to making a considerable number of sacrifices in many aspects of their lives.

In this exhibition, we invite artists who have experienced this type of dualities in their professional journey, having to juggle between different realities, and thus, separate lives, and who want to participate by exploring how the various stimuli from this contradiction have fed back into their work. We want this to be a multisensory event, calling to all people of all backgrounds to apply and look into how their work has been affected by the additional efforts that they have had to make in order to make ends meet, as well as how they imagine their futures will unfold. The purpose of this exhibition will be to reflect on the truths of the people in the creative industries and to pave the way for repurposing the art world with more care and collectivity.

International artists are encouraged to apply, but new guidelines (after Brexit) need to be taken into consideration.

Creatives of all mediums are asked to submit their work, showcasing the complex character of their realities through their art.  

Curatorial team: Vanessa Giorgo, Anna Kolosova, Melissa Vipritskaya Topal

Deadline: 
05/03/2021

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A £5 submission fee to cover for admin costs
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