Time: November 2, 2010 at 1pm to November 28, 2010 at 11:45pm
Location: Liverpool, UK
Website or Map: http://www.movementonscreen.o…
Event Type: open, call, for, submissions
Organized By: moves - Festival of Movement on Screen
Latest Activity: Nov 2, 2010
INTERSECTIONS: Filming Across Culture & Technology
27 April - 1 May 2011
onscreen | onsite | online
In Liverpool & the UK
>> OPEN CALL
For FILMS, INSTALLATIONS/LIVE EVENTS & PAPERS
Deadline: Sunday 28 November 2010 (midnight)
No entry fee
> The Festival
Established in the North West of England, moves - International Festival of Movement on Screen is the largest exhibition platform in the UK for experimental screen-based artworks that explore “movement on screen” through film, video, installations, live events and papers.
We are thrilled to announce the festival dates for moves 7th edition:
27 April - 1 May 2011 | Liverpool & UK
> The Theme
With great excitement moves launches its 2011 theme: INTERSECTIONS - Filming Across Culture & Technology
All new art forms come into light by processes of experimentation: crossing, altering and pushing traditional boundaries merging classic conceptions/practises with new technologies/techniques.
moves11 will investigate the importance of these fusions in screen-based art to innovate, highlighting connections that look at multicultural and interdisciplinary creations, new forms of representation questioning conventional limitations as a way to create new genres/disciplines. Meet us at the intersection of culture and technology.
To showcase the best experimental short films and video art exploring "movement on screen" from around the world moves is now inviting filmmakers and artists to present screen-based works that investigate cultural and technological intersections. moves11 will look at films, installations, live events and papers that create connections at various levels capturing, discussing and imagining different INTERSECTIONS.
The best works shown at the festival will enter the race for the moves Film Award (cash prize £1000), moves Audience award (professional training worth up to £500) and the international moves Tour Award (to screen around the world).
If you would like to submit a film, video, installation/live event or paper examining the theme INTERSECTIONS please visit www.movementonscreen.org.uk to register and submit your project.
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