Post Reality

#PostReality 4/5/17
The PhotoPhore, proud partner of ADAF 2017, opens its call for artists #PostReality. We are searching for video-art works, short movies, digital and animation films, to include in our official selection for the 13th Athens Digital Arts Festival – ADAF 2017. The screening will be part of the festival programmed from May 18 to 21, 2017, in Mitropoleos 23 str, in the historic center of Athens, Greece.

15 Second Horror Film Challenge

15 Second Horror Film Challenge 10/15/17
15 Second Horror Film Challenge is a nonprofit international film-making contest which dozens of celebrity judges decide the Top 20, share their personal Top 5 picks, and award films in a variety of categories. Filmmakers can submit as many fifteen second horror films as they wish. Call from entries is from now until Oct. 15th 11:59pm EST. Full program premieres Halloween. Results process and release throughout November into December.

 

 

Updates

Hi all-
Well, I just lost an hour with daylight savings time… we sprung forward, despite that we are expecting snow here tomorrow. Even if the weather is unpredictable, I hope everything is well creatively and in all other aspects.

Here are some updates from my March 2016 listings. I have eliminated at least one opportunity that now charges 20.00, so…. :( let me know if you catch something I missed.
best of luck,
tracy

Dream Africa Platform

DreamAfrica Platform (ongoing)
Voices, animations and films from around the world to celebrate cultural representation in digital media. We can feature shorts and films on our app for a week or month. There are opportunities to screen at festivals we sponsor and participate in globally. As well, we offer longterm options for submitters to monetize their content globally. email:  dream@thepearldream.com Agreement here.

SUSTAINABILITY SHORTS FILM COMPETITION

SUSTAINABILITY SHORTS FILM COMPETITION 3/24/17 (5pm)
You are eligible for one of 3 prizes ($500, $300, $200) if you: 1. Create a short film about sustainability (under 10 minutes), 2. Submit it by March 24, 2017 All entries will be screened as part of the UNCG Sustainability Film and Discussion Series at the Weatherspoon Art Museum on Thursday, April 27, at 6:30pm, where winners will be announced and celebrated.  Entries must address sustainability, which UNCG defines as the “enduring interconnectedness of social equity, the environment, the economy, and aesthetics.” Judging is based on relation to sustainability as well as concept, cinematography, acting, production quality, costuming, writing, etc.
Submit films on DVD or in screenable online format (YouTube, Vimeo) together with your name, phone number and email address, and the title and length of the film by 5pm on March 24, 2017 to Sarah Dorsey sbdorsey@uncg.edu (if you have questions, contact Sarah via email or at 336.334.5610). By entering the competition, entrants agree to the following: 1) Films must be original work, must not infringe on any rights of others, and must have all necessary permissions. UNCG will not be held liable for any copyright infringements. 2) To claim prizes, winners must be present (in person or via audio/video connection) at the screening. 3) Entrants will retain all ownership rights to their films. 4) UNCG reserves the right to not screen any film(s) for any reason. 5) Prizes are not negotiable or transferable. 6) The decisions of the judges are final.

Ottawa International Animation Festival

Ottawa International Animation Festival 5/26/17
Only animated films that were completed after May 27th, 2016 are eligible. You must submit your entry form online through your OIAF login account. Your preview film must be submitted on a streamable URL link. The link must remain accessible until the end of July. If your film has dialogue that is not English and is not subtitled, you must include an English dialogue script. Director’s photograph (300 dpi), biography and 3 stills from the film (300 dpi) are required. If your film is selected, we must receive a high-definition Quicktime .mov file (H264 or ProRes only, minimum resolution 1920×1080). We can accept DCP for Competition films, however we require a .mov file as well in order to screen at our non-DCP venues as needed.