onedotzero, a London-based moving image and digital arts organisation, are seeking innovative short films, installations, interactive work and live audiovisual performances to showcase at the BFI Southbank, London, UK between 10-14 November 2010. The deadline has now been extended until next week, 16 July due to the high number of entries.
"We know that it's been a hectic couple of months for a lot of people so in response to the requests we have been getting we have decided to help by extending our deadline," onedotzero said in an email. Entries have so far come in from 51 countries.
The critically acclaimed five-day festival onedotzero_adventures in motion, is billed as the first stop on onedotzero's extensive worldwide network of events, and is one of the longest-running, dedicated digital short film festivals in the world.
Over fourteen years the programme has expanded to embrace a wide range of digital motion arts and is acclaimed by artists, audiences and creative industries alike for providing a platform to explore new ideas and innovation through curated compilation screenings, features, exhibitions, live av performances, club nights, presentations and panel discussions.
Those submitting entries can do so under the following criteria.
Innovative shorts: work of under 30 minutes across music video, animation, motion graphics, narrative
shorts, artists moving image, documentary and generative art. Feature films: alternative feature-length work with a distinctive directorial approach for the big screen.
Live audiovisual performances: onedotzero has a passion for presenting narrative-driven live cinema, original VJ sets and unexpected collaborations between musicians and artists.
Installations: engaging audiovisual installation and compelling interactive experiences. Both existing work and proposals for new projects will be considered.
Free to enter, the new deadline for receiving entries is 16 July 2010 by 5pm.
Full submissions guidelines and info can be found at http://www.onedotzero.com/submissions.
onedotzero recently co-curated Decode: Digital Design Sensations, an exhibition at the V+A Museum, London, which showcased the latest developments in digital and interactive design.
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