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Events | February 22, 2006 |

ArtExpo 2006 Exhibitions – River’s Edge Film Festival . USA

We are selecting all interesting video/short.films to include in the next 2006 Exhibition:

River’s Edge Film Festival – August 17-20, 2006 – Paducah, Kentucky, USA. The Rivers Edge Film Festival is a four day event built around the showing of quality indipendent film from around the world. Our focus is both on the film lover, providing multiple venues in which to experience the best the world cinema has to offer, and on the film maker, offering opportunities for exhibition, education, and networking with contemporaries. There will be four screening venues, and International ArtExpo Collection will be screened at least twice during the festival. Festival staff will introduce each film or film series before the screening and a question and answer period will follow each film, if the filmmaker is present. The deadline for applications is March 30, 2006.

Participation open to: professional artists, architects and designers, filmmakers, associate groups and studios. The number of works with you can participate is unlimited. All works must be on DVD (PAL or NTSC), no matter what the original source medium. The duration may be any, with a preference given to a max lenght of 15 minutes. If you are interested, fill the form below:

Name/Surname: …
City/Country: …
Film title: …
Running time: …
Brief film synopsis: …

and send your video submissions – with a CV/biography, videography and an introduction about the piece to:

arch. Luca Curci
via Casamassima, 75
70010 – Capurso (Bari) – Italy

Thanks for all,
Luca Curci
Art Director
+39.3387574098
lucacurci@lucacurci.com
www.lucacurci.com/artexpo

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