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The East Village Queer Film Festival

EVQ Film Festival

August 21-26

The East Village Queer Film Festival (EVQ) celebrates queer film in all it's glorious diversity. The festival, presented by the Wild Project in association with New York No Limits and led by Director Lola Rock’n’Rolla, embraces an inclusive Queer identity, featuring films that entertain, explore and promote queer-themed issues, work by and featuring LGBTQ artists, as well as work inspired by the expanded innovative and audacious downtown Queer avant garde. The festival seeks to become a positive space for building, growing and fostering the Queer film community and to serve an integral role ushering in the future of Queer film.

EVQ features features, shorts, music videos, and "Future Cult Classics"in all genres. 

“You don't have to be LGBT to submit your film but you do have to be Queer!” - Director Lola Rock’n’Rolla

For General and Submission Inquiries: evq@thewildproject.com

The East Village Queer Film Festival

EVQ Film Festival

August 21-26

The East Village Queer Film Festival (EVQ) celebrates queer film in all it's glorious diversity. The festival, presented by the Wild Project in association with New York No Limits and led by Director Lola Rock’n’Rolla, embraces an inclusive Queer identity, featuring films that entertain, explore and promote queer-themed issues, work by and featuring LGBTQ artists, as well as work inspired by the expanded innovative and audacious downtown Queer avant garde. The festival seeks to become a positive space for building, growing and fostering the Queer film community and to serve an integral role ushering in the future of Queer film.

EVQ features features, shorts, music videos, and "Future Cult Classics"in all genres. 

“You don't have to be LGBT to submit your film but you do have to be Queer!” - Director Lola Rock’n’Rolla

For General and Submission Inquiries: evq@thewildproject.com

The East Village Queer Film Festival

EVQ Film Festival

August 21-26

The East Village Queer Film Festival (EVQ) celebrates queer film in all it's glorious diversity. The festival, presented by the Wild Project in association with New York No Limits and led by Director Lola Rock’n’Rolla, embraces an inclusive Queer identity, featuring films that entertain, explore and promote queer-themed issues, work by and featuring LGBTQ artists, as well as work inspired by the expanded innovative and audacious downtown Queer avant garde. The festival seeks to become a positive space for building, growing and fostering the Queer film community and to serve an integral role ushering in the future of Queer film.

EVQ features features, shorts, music videos, and "Future Cult Classics"in all genres. 

“You don't have to be LGBT to submit your film but you do have to be Queer!” - Director Lola Rock’n’Rolla

For General and Submission Inquiries: evq@thewildproject.com

Blue Magpie Experimental Film Series/Taiwan

Blue Magpie Experimental Film Series/Taiwan

CALL FOR ENTRIES

The Film Center at NCTU seeks experiment film and video for its fall international film series.

Requirements for entries

A work, or series of related works should be able to be screened in continuous playback, totaling between 15 and 50 minutes in duration (longer works may also be screened, but our series is designed to showcase as many contemporary artists as possible).

·      Filmmakers and experimental multimedia artists (presentable in a theatrical format) are invited to introduce their works in Hsinchu, but it is not requisite.

·      Where dialogue is essential to understanding a film, subtitles in English (and, if possible, traditional Chinese characters) should be provided. We are interested in works from around the world.

·      We are seeking contemporary works in our call for entries (works produced in roughly the last six years, 2011-2017).

·      Venue: Wednesday afternoons and evenings from September through December 2017 at the Film Center at National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan. DCP format welcome (not required).

 

We are open to all types of experimental cinematic works and are especially interested in films that include such elements as:

·      Original experimental music and sound FX producing innovative mise-en-scène and lyrical/narrative possibilities

·      Exploration of posthuman themes—including interspecies issues as well as prosthetics and robotics

·      Multimedia editing sources/processes—for instance, mixing analog/digital, surveillance/archival footage, interactive, various cut techniques and uses of transitions, layers and montage

 

Please send applications and links to works to Dr. Dean Brink, Director, Film Studies Center (interpoetics@gmail.com).

·      In the subject line, please include: "2017 Film Series Submission: [Your last name], [Title of work(s), running time(s)], [total running time]”

·      A brief (maximum 200 words) description of each work

·      A brief biography (maximum 200 words) of artist(s)

·      Contact information: include email and postal address

·      2 still images from each film submitted

·      For each film submitted, include:

o   Original title

o   English title

o   Country of production

o   Year of production (2011-2017)

o   Running time

o   Premiere (world/Asian/Taiwan)

o   Link and password

§  Links for previewing works online (Vimeo, YouTube, etc.) are preferred.

 

Applications may alternatively be mailed, with a preview DVD, to:

Dr. Dean Brink

Dept. of Foreign Languages & Literatures

National Chiao Tung University

1001 University Road

Hsinchu City, Taiwan 30010  

(Materials cannot be returned.)

·    Deadline for submissions: July 31, 2017.

·    There is no entry fee.

2nd Edition: Golden Frames 2017 - International Short Film Festival

GOLDEN FRAMES 2017 - INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
 
Six Sigma Films is now pleased to announce its 2nd edition i.e, Golden Frames 2017 for Short Films & Documentaries. This festival provides an online platform to encourage and promote budding & talented film makers. Screening of short listed films & docs will be on 12th May 2017 in Andheri, Mumbai.
 
Golden Frames 2016, International Short Film Festival was a big success & we received more than 1000 entries from 80+ countries. 100+ short films from 60 countries across the world was screened on 23rd-24th April 2016 at Andheri, Mumbai. All genres of Films ranging from action to romance, drama, comedy, science fiction & animation were showcased. Read More about the first edition of Golden Frames & the winners at - http://www.sixsigmafilms.com/goldenframes.htm
 
Six Sigma Films is a major Film Production House. It is amongst Top producers & distributors of Short films, videos, independent films online. It is also a top organizer of Film Conferences/Awards & Festivals. We have conceptualized and organized first ever film finance conference & awards in India (COFFI). We have successfully organized more than 10 short film festivals. Our YouTube Channel have 600 plus short films, documentaries & videos, over 35 million views and counting. Six Sigma Films has worked closely with the major industry associations, corporates & premier educational institutes.
 
SELECTION PROCEDURE 
Creative and Technical merit - Story line, narrative, Subject treatment, Direction, Technical aspects (i.e., Cinematography, Screenplay, acting, music etc)
 
COMPLETED SUBMISSIONS INCLUDE:
- Submission fees 
- All required fields through Online platform 
- Synopsis (in English), 2 high resolution stills from the film, trailer, and an official film poster
 
CATEGORIES OF THE CONTEST
Films in in all genres & any language is acceptable
1. Short Category 
Short Films & Docs with duration upto 10 minutes
2. Long Category
Short Films & Docs with duration upto 30 minutes*
* Exemption on duration of the film on merit. Running time includes end credits. 
 
DATE OF SUBMISSION
Earlybird Deadline: March 20th, 2017
Regular Deadline: April 15th, 2017
Late Deadline: May 1st, 2017 
 
ENTRY FEE
a) Earlybird Fee: INR 1600/- OR US$ 24 
b) Regular Fee : INR 2000/- OR US$ 30 
b) Late Fee : INR 2600/- OR US$ 40 
 
PAYMENTS:
It can be made through filmfreeway.com or Paypal
1. The submission fee is non-refundable.
2. We do not wave submission fees to preserve the integrity of the competition. 
 
BENEFITS TO THE PARTICIPANTS 
1. Screening for shortlisted films 
2. Certificate of Merit to winner film makers. 
3. Certificate of Participation to every short listed film 
4. Free Entry passes for screening to shortlisted films 
5. Opportunity to get Membership of Young Filmmaker Cell (YFC)- Click Here 
6. Winning films will covered by TheBuzzDiary.com, the top entertainment website for viral stories & videos 
7. Opportunity to work in future projects of Six Sigma Films & its Associates. 
8. Trailers of participating films of this festival will be uploaded on our popular YouTube Channel
 
PAYMENTS: 
It can be made through filmfreeway.com or Paypal 
1. The submission fee is non-refundable. 
2. We do not wave submission fees to preserve the integrity of the competition.
 
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS 
1. It is a global contest and open for everyone above 18 years 
2. You can submit your application online through filmfreeway.com. Otherwise filmmaker can request us for entry form has to send the contest entry form. 
3. Films in in all genres & any language is acceptable, but films in a language other than English MUST include subtitles in English 
4. Short films & documentaries must be 30 minutes or less in length. Running time includes end credits. 
5. We consider all films regardless of commercial, theatrical, or television screenings 
6. No film may be withdrawn from the festival programme after its selection. 
7. Works-in-progress and films with distribution are accepted but they need to specify it in their application.
 
 

12th International Oriental Film Festival Of Geneva

The festival presents a hundred films of all genres, from the countries of the East and West, and highlighting a cinema of quality shaking the norms and initiating dynamics of transformation of mentalities. The program explores oriental societies in their diversity and questions the boundaries between the East and the West, through fictions, documentaries and short films that are unknown or little known in Switzerland. FIFOG also seeks to initiate debates on themes related to the East as well as the West, to offer a platform of expression for young directors in Switzerland and the Orient, and to foster dialogue and understanding Intercultural dialogue.

History Film Festival

History Film Festival is a unique international festival which brings together and appraises the production of historical documentary films, a genre which lately attracts more and more followers. The first edition of History Film Festival will take place in Rijeka (Croatia, Europe) from September 6 to 9, 2017. History Film Festival aims at offering viewers and film experts an insight into contemporary film and TV production of historical documentary films, at the same time providing a place where film professionals can meet and share their creative ideas for future projects. Among thousands of film festivals around the world, History Film Festival is one of a kind because no other festival deals exclusively with historical documentary films.

Festival programme consists of a competition programme, and special thematic programmes (presentations of independent and TV productions, screenings of material from film archives, specialized conferences). Thematic conferences and seminars included in the programme of the Festival will be dedicated to mutual influences of film and history, to film production related to certain historical events and characters, to the status of film archives’ materials, to biographical film, etc. Besides historians and film authors, a significant role will be given to film magazines and their authors who will be offered to publish the discussions held at these meetings. Promotions of specialized and nonfictional books dealing with history and film will also be organized during the Festival.

Film authors attending the Festival in Rijeka, will also be invited to participate in workshops with a view to presenting their approach to historical documentaries to the students of the University of Rijeka and to the general public.

One day of the Festival will be dedicated to the presentations of a selected TV company and its documentary production. By introducing the themes and the production methods used, it will offer an opportunity to the film authors to present their projects to the representatives of that TV company and to possibly establish business relations with it.

Films of all lengths and years of production (divided in two main categories: independent production documentaries and documentaries produced by TV companies) can be submitted using Film Freeway: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/HistoryFilmFestival

For additional information regarding History Film Festival, please visit our web site at http://www.historyfilmfestival.com/ and do not hesitate to contact us anytime.

KAFFNY Infinite Media

 
KAFFNY INFINITE MEDIA
HIDDEN INTERSECTIONS OF GLOBAL CULTURE  
 
In its 11th year operating in the arts scene of New York City and 4th year in Brooklyn, KAFFNY invites the world to participate in creating the first platform for "Infinite Media." Culture is not a fixed point. The mere idea of a "tradition" can be used for inhuman purposes. By applying the concept of infinity, KAFFNY turns the dialogue to all those artists who recognize a needed deference to the concept of humanity, and away from any official definition of global culture.
 
KAFFNY's expertise in programming comes from the application of a third culture perspective, which is a proactive form of cultural awareness from the inside-out, rather than politically reactive. For the first ten years, KAFFNY honed this by looking at the condition of the Korean diaspora, showing films from five continents, with all kinds of ethnicities, characters, stories, genres and mediums.
 
Whether presenting works by documentary filmmaker Dai Sil Kim-Gibson, DJ Spooky’s live musical re-score of the 1956 seminal classic Korean film, “Madame Freedom,” pioneer video art by Nam June Paik, multi-faceted perspectives on the 1992 Los Angeles Riots, or a three-wall gallery projection dance party for a music film set to the entirety of Girl Talk’s definitive mashup album, KAFFNY moves across platforms to bring present the richest exhibition of the hidden intersections of global culture.
 
Originally founded in 2006 as the Korean American Film Festival New York, our festival venues include: Wythe Hotel Cinema, Village East Cinemas, TheTimesCenter, SVA Theatre, Chelsea Clearview Cinemas, Skirball Center at NYU, Anthology Film Archives, as well as gallery and outdoor public spaces throughout New York City. Our partners include: Ford Foundation (Good Neighbor Committee), Korean American Community Foundation, The Korea Society, CUNY Asian American/American Research Institute, Korean Association of New York Artists, Korea Times, The Korean Channel. KAFFNY is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

 

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