[Frameworks] One Minute Film Festival - Call for entries (for those in/near Chicago)
patrick.friel at att.net
Tue Jul 20 14:52:45 CDT 2010
This is primarily for those of you in or near Chicago (Milwaukee, Iowa City,
etc), as participants are expected to attend.
I want to let you know about the One-Minute Film Festival, which will be at
the Art Institute of Chicago on Friday, August 13. Details from the AIC are
below. Since event host Jason Simon is not local, I have been recruited to
help publicize and promote the screening (read: to get people to submit!).
Anyone and everyone is able to submit work, whether you are a video maker or
Please consider participating in this unique event there will likely be an
eclectic and diverse range of works showing, from active film/video/new
media artists to people who¹ve never touched a camera before.
Also, please forward this widely to your local email lists, social
networking contacts, friends, students, etc. Anyone can participate, so it
does not matter if they are not a film/video maker.
Call for Entries:
Jason Simon's One-Minute Film Festival
Part of the Art Institute of Chicago¹s Summer Sounds series (events in
conjunction with the current Sound & Vision exhibition)
Friday, August 13 9pm-12am Pritzker Garden at the Art Institute of
Jason Simon, the partner of Sound & Vision
<http://www.artic.edu/aic/exhibitions/exhibition/Sound-Vision> artist Moyra
Davey (Canadian, born 1958), is a filmmaker who for eight years running has
hosted an annual festival. Anyone may submit their film for Simon's
festivals as long as it follows one simple rule: the film can be no longer
than 60 seconds. Simon serves as the event's organizer and VJ, screening the
films in a decidedly party atmosphere. Staged until now in a barn in
Narrowsburg, New York, this will be the first traveling presentation of the
festival. The festival will end in 2012 after ten years, at which point
MassMoCA will launch a traveling exhibition of the project¹s ³greatest
Entry rules: Each film must be no more than 60 seconds in length, in
Quicktime format, and on a DVD. Advance registration will be accepted August
113 and is recommended, as films brought on the night of the event may not
get into the program. All advance submissions must be postmarked on or after
August 1 and must be received at the Art Institute by 12:00 p.m. on August
Please send advance submissions to:
Lectures and Performances
Art Institute of Chicago
111 S Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611
To submit your film in person, please register on August 13, 2010 at the Art
Institute¹s Griffin Court from 5:008:00 p.m. Registration includes signing
a waiver. Discs will not be returned. Filmmakers should plan to be present
at the event.
Members $8, nonmembers $10. Tickets available the night of the event at the
Pritzker Garden gate on Columbus Drive. Cash only. Free for guests
submitting a film entry.
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