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Contact Email: aneil@cultural-center.org
Call Type: Exhibitions
Eligibility: International
State: Massachusetts
Entry Deadline: 5/14/21
Days remaining to deadline: 35

REQUIREMENTS:
Media
Video - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 6
Total Media - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 6

Entry Fee (Short Film Exhibit First Entry): $20.00

Media Fee (per sample over minimum):$5.00

CALENDAR
Exhibit runs from June 9-July 17, 2021.
Submissions due by Friday, May 14, 2021.
Notification of acceptance by Friday, May 28, 2021.
Open House on Saturday, June 12 from 2-5pm.

ENTRY FEE
$20 for first entry/$5 for each additional entry, you may enter up to 6 total. Payment is non-refundable and does not guarantee acceptance.

ELIGIBILITY
This call is open to artists worldwide, both amateur and professional. Open to all genres of filmmaking, there is no specific theme. Must be in English or with accompanying subtitles and not to exceed 15 minutes in length. Work that is copied or done under the guidance of an instructor is not eligible.

NOTIFICATION
Notification will be done by email. If for any reason you do not receive your notification by the notification date, please check the filters in your email account.

FORMATTING
Media must be in MOV, MP4, WMV, 3GP, AVI, ASF, MPG, M2T, MKV, or M2TS format using Café guidelines. The resolution minimum 640 x 480, maximum resolution 1920 x 1080. Aspect ratio 4:3 or 16:9. The maximum file size is 100mb. 

Deadline: 
05/14/2021

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Fee Detail: 
$20 for first entry/$5 for each additional entry, you may enter up to 6 total. Payment is non-refundable and does not guarantee acceptance.
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International Call | Sunset Kino Award 2021

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Deadline: May 16th, 2021

The Salzburger Kunstverein announces the inaugural call for the 2021 Sunset Kino Award for excellence in
contemporary film and video.

Supported by patrons “Elke & Harald,” the award consists of two €4,000 prizes, and screenings of the winning
films at Sunset Kino, a film festival hosted by the Salzburger Kunstverein in the summer of 2021.

The award is for professional artists aged 35 and younger working in contemporary film or video. Artists should submit
films or videos they have made since the beginning of the Covid-19 crisis. Submitted work does not have to be
thematically related to Covid-19, only produced during this time. Applicants should have a significant professional
practise (ie. exhibitions or screenings in contemporary art institutions or film festivals). Only one film per candidate
(maximum length of 60 minutes) may be submitted. This must beaccompanied by a short preview (maximum
three minutes) of the submitted film.

Applications (in German or English) should take the form of a single word or pdf document by email to
info@salzburger-kunstverein.at (subject line: Sunset Kino Award 2021) in the following format:

1. One page cover letter with contact details and with hyperlinks to submitted film & preview of film
(uploaded online via vimeo, youtube or other accessible platform, password protected is acceptable). A
short description of the film may be included here.
2. Two page (maximum) CV listing exhibitions / screenings.

Deadline for submissions: May 16th, midnight Central European Time, 2021. Late applications or
applications without previews or with incorrect criteria will not be reviewed. Please do not send DVDs
or .mov files. Only the successful candidates will be contacted. The jury is Omer Fast (Artist & Filmmaker),
Aziza Harmel (Curator, Kunsthalle Wien) and Bernardo José de Souza (Curator, Spain/Brazil).

About Sunset Kino
Sunset Kino is Austria’s only outdoor, avant-garde cinema, founded by Séamus Kealy in 2017.
Participating artists, programmers & film-makers to date include: Gabriel Abrantes, Stan Douglas,
Omer Fast, Anthony Cokes, Nan Goldin, Emily Wardill, Fischli & Weiss, Chris Marker, Ian White,
Diagonale Film Festival, Golden Pixel Collective, Agnieszka Polska, Cameron Jamie, Loretta
Fahrenholz, Mika Rottenberg, Michael Snow, Bady Minck, Oisin Byrne & Gary Farrelly, Amalia Ulman,
Bruce McDonald, Köken Ergun, Lukas Valenta Rinner, Neil Young & many more.

Picture: Sunset Kino 2020, photo: Michael Groessinger

Deadline: 
05/16/2021

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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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Call for Entry - this human world International Human Rights Film Festival

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The 14th edition of this human world is taking place in Vienna, from December 2-12, 2021.

this human world is Austria‘s first festival devoted to the subject of Human Rights and one of Vienna’s largest film festival.

The films shown at this human world are presented in an International competition programme consisting of four different sections and a number of thematic programmes, curated by the festival team, curators, experts, NGOs and partner festivals.

this human world presents outstanding documentary and fictional feature films, short films, animations and experimental films dealing with human rights issues. Films, that aim to encourage people, to scrutinise and re-examine their views and that are wary of human rights and responsibilities. Furthermore the festival programme contains thematic lectures, workshops, talks, panel discussions, performances and a nightline.

this human world ‘s annual competition programme does contain films, that raise social awareness of human rights issues outside the framework of mainstream films and that focus on socio-critical themes. Films, that fascinate and that captivate with their innovation, aesthetically and thematically. The application for the competition programme is open for films from all categories: fictional features, documentaries, animations, experimental films as well as animated and experimental short films produced after January 1st, 2019.

All films must be submitted on filmfreeway!

Prize summary: 
Win up to 2.000€ cash prizes.
Prizes Details: 

International Competition: 2.000€
Austrian Competition: 2.000€
Up&Coming Competition: 1.000€
exp:an:ded Shorts Competition: Artist-in-Residency by Q21 in Vienna

Deadline: 
06/30/2021

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Split Videoart Festival

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Split Videoart Festival invites international and domestic video artists to participate in the second edition that will take place in Split 12th-15th May 2021. 

​Call for entries is opened for emerging and established authors, new authors and students. 

Our goal is to  promote video art in public space and  attract new audiences by organizing exhibitions in galleries and unconventional spaces and locations around town. A part of the program will be shown online as a stream through our website.

MAIN PROGRAMME

If applying in this category! Your work has to be up to 15 minutes long and presented as single-channel version. We accept all genres ( experimental, animated, hybrid, documentary, essays and all other non fictional film and video) as long as they are suitable for public display.

SPECIAL PROGRAMME

In this category you can apply film and video work longer than 15 minutes, single-channel or multi-channel videos and loop installations.

All entries must be produced in time period 2019. - 2021.

Prizes Details: 

GRAND PRIX
The best video work selected by established authors.

SPECIAL MENTIONS

Deadline: 
04/01/2021

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
5 EUR
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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: 
05/31/2021

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
3 GBP Early Bird; 5 GBP Standard fee
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