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Posted: Jun 28, 2012 CALL FOR ENTRIES: CRAFT/FILM VIDEO PROGRAM
Source: Manitoba Craft Council
The Manitoba Craft Council is seeking submissions for an upcoming film programme focusing on craft.
Submissions (film or video) can include experimental, documentary or narrative works that have a component of craft. We are especially looking for work that expands our notions of craft and opens eyes to different ways craft is used in contemporary artistic practice.
The programme is being curated by Jennifer Smith, a curator with a focus on craft, who also moonlights in the media arts sector as the Distribution Coordinator at Video Pool Media Arts Centre and as the Distribution Assistant at the Winnipeg Film Group.
-1 dvd copy of the film
-a list of previous screenings (if applicable)
With your submission the Manitoba Craft Council is being given non-exclusive permission for a one time screening of the work, on-line exhibition of stills, and excerpts of the film as content on the Manitoba Craft Council website or as promotional material. This authorization is for clips not exceeding one minute for promotional use only.
Submission Fee: Free of charge.
Screening fees: The Manitoba Craft Council will be paying IMAA screening fees for the chosen films.
Mail: If you are submitting a film from outside Canada, please label your package for cultural purposes only-no commercial value and assign a value no higher than $5.00.
Make sure your customs fees are covered. Your package will be returned if it has outstanding shipping or customs costs.
Please send submission on playable DVD with the film name, director’s name, date, length, and contact information written on the disc.
c/o Manitoba Craft Council
553-70 Arthur St.
Submissions are to arrive by August 15, 2012