- Maximum length: 10 mins
- H.264 format, QuickTime movie file, high resolution (min 720x480, max. data rate 50.000 kbit/s)
- Work explores theme of light
- Work completed after January 1, 2014
- Work produced for a commercial purpose or within a commercial context is not eligible.
Interested artists are invited to submit their work by sending a Vimeo or YouTube link to , or apply using the link below. If your film is selected, a screening copy of the work by January 31, 2016 via Dropbox, WeTransfer, Google Drive or any other online sharing system. The Festival committee reserves the right to determine the eligibility the projects. There is no entry fee.
Moving-Image-Arts is a collaborative short film festival created by artists/curators Gerda Cammaer and Pierre Tremblay. This one-hour film festival is a juried showcase of short films and videos from around the world, taking place at the School of Image Arts, Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada.
The main purpose of Moving-Image-Arts is to celebrate independent short films. We are interested in short films and videos of any genre, from vines to narrative shorts, from micro-docs to video-poems, from animation to experimental.
The festival will be launched at the Toronto-Montreal-Lille biennial conference on The Inventions of Light in February, 2016. Hence, for the first edition of Moving-Image-Arts, we are specifically looking for short films that explore the theme of light and approach this theme in original and imaginative ways.
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