"There is a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in..." -Open Call for Visual Artists

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We are reactivating our apartment gallery and looking for 2D visual work for our 5th thematic exhibition about resilience "There is a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in ..."

We accept all visual arts except sculpture: painting, photography, drawing, digital, prints, fiber art, collage, film or video, etc.


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Panorámica, International Independent Film Festival

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The biggest independent film festival in México, now in its seventh edition!

Panorámica, International Independent Film Festival invites students of cinema, visual arts and communication, independent filmmakers, amateurs and professionals, from all around the world, to participate in PANORÁMICA 7th Edition 2020, which will be screened in several venues in Mexico City.

Panorámica is a spot for the promotion and display of cinematographic works. This event is a non-profit organisation, and its main priority is the independent cinema created by emerging filmmakers from all over the world.

The main aim of the Festival is to provide to new filmmakers the possibility of making their works widely known, and thus to facilitate a dialogue between the author and its audience. In order to make this happen, Panorámica will conduct Q&A sessions between the author, the festival’s crew/cast and the audience; these sessions will take place during the Festival.

We recognize the filmmakers' work by giving them a certificate for their participation. There will not be a physical or monetary award.

Opel call for entries: february 1st to July 19th.
Notification day: August 16th.
To be screened on October.


Panorámica, Muestra Internacional de Cine Independiente convoca a estudiantes de cine, artes visuales, comunicación y carreras afines, así como cineastas independientes, amateurs y profesionales, de todo el mundo, a participar en su Séptima Edición 2020, la cual se llevará a cabo en diversas sedes de la República Mexicana.

Panorámica es un espacio para el apoyo, la difusión y la exhibición de obras cinematográficas; es presentada como un medio sin fines de lucro y su prioridad es el cine independiente realizado por creadores emergentes alrededor del mundo.

Las películas que se presentan no participan por ningún premio o remuneración económica, ya que el objetivo primordial de la Muestra es brindar la posibilidad a nuevos realizadores de dar a conocer su trabajo, así como ofrecer un diálogo entre el autor y el espectador; para poder llevarlo a cabo, Panorámica realiza sesiones de Q&A entre el cineasta y parte de su equipo con la audiencia asistente; así como conferencias y mesas de debate sobre distintos temas de interés, contando con invitados especiales expertos en la cinematografía universal.

Convocatoria abierta del 1° de febrero al 19 de julio (contando con tres etapas).
Notificando a los seleccionados el día 16 de agosto.
Para proyectarse durante el mes de octubre del 2020.

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The finalists (30 films) will be screened at several valuables venues in Mexico City.
The directors have the opportunity to attend the Q&A sessions during the festival.
All films selected will receive award-certificates.

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Call for Entries - Revelation Perth International Film Festival 2020

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Revelation Perth International Film Festival is calling for entries for its 2020 edition and is looking for films of all forms, all durations, all subjects and all nationalities.

Submissions close 1 April 2020

Revelation is an official AACTA Awards Qualifying Film Festival


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$40 AUS
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Call for participation in “MAKE A MOVE” – An Art incubator for contemporary European non-institutionalised and independent theatre

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The incubator is aimed for all independent theatre makers, be it individual artists or collectives (companies),in the field of contemporary movement-based theatre practices (such as physical theatre, mime, improvisational theatre and other forms with astrong relation to the body and movement). We are using the terms “non-institutionalised” or “independent” theatre to refer to practices that take place outside and beyond established institutions or repertory theatres. However, we are aware that this realm of theatre can only be adequately understood and precisely named in the context of each individual European country or region. 

The ‘Make a Move’ project objective is to contribute to the revitalization of European theatre by mobilizing the unutilized creative and innovativepotential of non-institutionalised and independent theatre practices, such as physical theatre, corporeal mime and improvisational theatre. 

The strategy to achieve this is to develop and test an innovative incubating environment in which non-institutionalised and independent theatre practitioners will have the opportunity to develop their artistic and professional skills and grow their production proposals from the stage of creative ideas to different stages of production and promotion. The project will identify at least 5 new cooperation opportunities and initiate applications to sources of funding.

Eligibility Criteria

- Mid-career theatre makers with at least 10 years of professional work, be it individual artists, collectives or companies

- Artists from the field of movement-based theatre practices and/or with a strong relation to the body and movement in their artistic practice

- Artists who are European residents, working freelance and/or in collectives (companies), based/registered in Europe

- Collectives (companies) with eligibility for funding in their country of residence is a requirement 

- Very good written and spoken English skills

Overall criteria

- An interest in being a part of transnational collaboration and co-creation process

- An interest in building capacities in the areas of cultural business and audience development 

- Acommitment to networking and further developing international cooperation projects

- A commitment to bringing artistic questions, interests or concerns and developing them further inside of the incubator

- An interest in sharing and showing work within the context of the European Capitals of Culture 2020 (Rijeka and Galway)


- Working in an international context

- Improving professional skills 

- Peerlearning, education and training

- Improving career opportunities to work internationally 

- Accessing new markets, creating network possibilities, building partnerships and contacts 

- Reaching new and wider audiences

Programme and Calendar

There will be three thematicallydefined Labs as part of the whole Incubator in three cities:

(1)           “Digital Practices” in Galway, Ireland (25/04/2019 – 04/05/2019)

(2)           “Site-specific theatre and audience outreach” in Rijeka, Croatia (10/09/2019 – 19/09/2019)

(3)           “Inside Out - Positioning non-institutionalised theatre practices in a critical journalistic and business context” in Targu-Mures, Romania (09/12/2019 – 18/12/2019)

The dates exclude traveling days.

Terms and Conditions

-  The artist or collective will be paid 4.320,00 Eurosfor participating in all the three Labs.

- All expenses are paidincluding travel, accommodation and subsistence (or per diem).

- If an individual artist applies, they must attend all thethree Labsof the incubator during 2019, in Galway (Ireland), Rijeka (Croatia) and Targu-Mures (Romania).

- If a collective of artists or a company applies, they have an option sending onlyone artist per Lab(2-3 artists in total for the whole Incubator).

- During eachLab, an artist will have the opportunity to collaborate and co-createwith nine (9)other artists inresidenceand occasionally with some local or regional artists.

- At each Labthe co-creation activity will culminate in a work-in-progress showings. These will be public events held indifferent locations in each Art Incubator city, in which participating Make a Move artists will stage performances and interact with the local audience to receive feedback on the work that the artists will be developing in the Labs.

- Art Incubator participants willblogabout their experience and the artists’blogs will be available on the project website.  The blogs will be part of a reflective process that will allow other external artists and cultural managers to understand the evolution of the artists' practices through the Labsand the co-creation laboratories, and will include photos, videos, etc.

- Art Incubator participants will be supportedin identifying and elaboratingnew cooperation project ideas.

Application process

Please apply by filling in the online application formthat includes your personal details, short biography, motivation letter, CV(s), reference(s) and links to examples of your work.

Please make sure you are filling in the right application form since there are two options: one for an individual theatre maker and the other for a collective (company).

The deadline for the application is 30th December 2018 at 5pm (GMT). 

Selection process

An interim decision will be made based on artistic quality, potentially including follow up interview via Skype.

The applicants will be informed about thefinal results, including waiting listby February 2019.

During February 2019, the selected Artists/Collectives will be contracted by the project. 

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