7 IN OUT FESTIVAL 2013 – OPEN COMPETITION | ITSLIQUID

7 IN OUT FESTIVAL 2013 – OPEN COMPETITION

Calls | February 21, 2013 |

7. IN OUT FESTIVAL 2013
Animations / Documents / Etudes Film / Experiments / Video / Concerts
19-20.04.2013

During the 7th edition of the Festival we want to connect artists with different approaches to the medium of film and education! We invite all artists working in animation, documents, experiments, video, and those who are studying or have completed the academy of fine arts or film schools.

The theme of this year’s Festival and competition is “Translating the present: contemporary forms of rebellion”.

The competition will be divided into two stages. Approximately 20 artists from Poland and abroad will be shortlisted for the second stage of the competition and will be invited to attend the festival in Gdańsk and workshops.

From among these artists, a winner will be selected by a jury comprising Wojciech Marczewski, Marina Grižnić and Bogna Burska.

Awards:
First prize funded by the Marshal of the Pomorskie Voivodeship Mieczysław Struk
Second prize funded by the National Audiovisual Institute

In addition, a pool of prizes sponsored by the Festival’s partners will be awarded for honorable mentions. The best video works will also be made available on the website of the National Audiovisual Institute (www.ninateka.pl) and released on DVD.

Deadline for submission of entries accompanied with a filled out entry form and other required attachments is March 17, 2013!

Competition rules and attachments can be downloaded from the FESTIVAL IN OUT section at www.laznia.pl

Participation in the Competition is free-of-charge.

The Marshal of the Pomorskie Voivodeship Mieczysław Struk is the project’s Honorary Patron.

Please join to our new Facebook fanpage http://www.facebook.com/pages/Festival-IN-OUT/555476874476936

Centre for Contemporary Art Laznia
ul. Jaskolcza 1
80-767 Gdansk
Poland

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