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Lucania Film Festival 12

The community the landscape and the territory are the elements which make LFF unique in its genre. The Cinema gets rich with other artistic forms: Video installations, performance Cinema, rural Theatre, applied sounds, international competitions of short and long films, with retrospectives of masters of the Cinema revived in different contexts, because the projection headquarters are the lands, the corn fields, the white little houses of the farmers or the housewives, streets and terraces.


27th International Short Film Festival Berlin

The coming festival edition will present more than 400 films during six festival days in various competition categories and special programmes. Prizes valued at a total of €40,000 will be up for grabs for those films selected to run in competition.


17th International Short Film Festival in Drama

The 17th International Short Film Festival in Drama will be held in the city of Drama, in Northern Greece, from 18 to 24 September, 2011. Events held during this period will include the 34th Greek Short Film Festival, the 17th International Short Film Festival, 5th digi2011 and other side events.


Rhizome Commissions 2011

Rhizome awards grants to emerging artists for creation of new media art. By new media art, we mean projects that creatively engage new and networked technologies and works that reflect on the broader social and political impact of these tools and media in a variety of forms. Rhizome defines emerging artist as artists who exhibit great potential yet are not fully recognized within their field. Commissioned works can take the final form of web-based works, works that engage mobile platforms, performance, video, installation or sound art. Projects can be made for the context of the gallery, the public, the web or networked devices. Rhizome Commissions awards generally range from $1,000 to $5,000.


Electrofringe 2011

Electrofringe is now calling for proposals for the 2011 festival as part of the This Is Not Art (TINA) group of festivals in Newcastle. The five-day festival of electronic arts and culture will take place from the 29th September – 3rd October, 2011.


TRANSFERA 50

TRANSFERA arrived to program number 50!
To celebrate it, Transfera TV, a space that broadcasts video art from Madrid (Orange, Euskaltel), offers the following programme the days:


DigitalBigScreen Festival 2011

Process of cinema digitalization, which at last is starting also in Slovenia, enables us to view new content in cinema halls. That includes video and it’d derivations (video document, video performance …).


EIKON competition for photography

EIKON announces a Europe-wide competition for photography on the subject of prohibitions in the space of art. This competition is directed at all those who think the discussion of conventions is important when it comes to dealing with art or our behaviour within spaces dedicated to art. An expert jury will choose the best works, which will then be shown in a three-week exhibition at Leopold Museum in Vienna.


HyperKult 20

Computers are extremely complex machines for which, since early times, their inner workings have to be hidden behind interfaces in order to use them. Software engineering and interface design have developed strategies of information hiding and functional segmentation to accomplish this. Systems like Doug Engelbart’s NLS, Ivan Sutherland’s Sketchpad, Alan Kay’s Dynabook, the Graphical User Interfaces, the iTunes Store, Facebook and Cloud Computing are examples of highly complex designs that show simplicity at their surface. People are not expected to know anything about what goes on at the backend.


WRO 2011

The WRO Media Art Biennale is the leading international forum for new media art in Poland and Central Europe. Since its inception in 1989, WRO has been presenting art forms created using new media for artistic expression and communication, exploring current creative territories and building a critical perspective toward emerging issues in art and society.


 
 
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