The Grand Rue Sculptors are a community of artists living in a down town popular neighbourhood of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. In December 2009 the ‘Sculptors of Grand Rue’ hosted the 1st Ghetto Biennale 2009. Over forty artists, film-makers, academics, photographers, musicians, architects and writers came to the Grand Rue area of Port-Au-Prince to make or witness work, that was shown or happened in the neighbourhood.
West Virginia Mountaineer Short Film Festival seeks independent, unique and compelling work in film, video and animation.
Created in 1994, the International Festival of Mediterranean Documentary & Current Affairs Film, called now PriMed, helps give a better visibility to films dealing with the societies, history, heritage, and art in Mediterranean countries. The Festival also helps these films to get better distribution across the region.
EMAF is one of the most influential forums of international Media Art. As a meeting point for artists, curators, distributors, galleries and an audience of experts the festival has a great impact on the topics and aesthetics of Media Art. Each year the festival offers its visitors a current overview of experimental films, installations, performances, digital formats and hybrid forms, ranging from personal and political subjects or formal experiments to provocative statements from the pulsating area of “Media Art – Society”. The Festival sees itself as a place of experimentation and a laboratory where extraordinary works, experiments and ventures are created and presented.
Medialab-Prado and EOI Business School call for projects and papers that will investigate, analyse and represent through data the running of infrastructures and global systems. Selected projects will be collaboratively developed during the Visualizar’11: Understanding infrastructures workshop, that will be held in Madrid from June 16 to July 1, 2011.
The Marseille International Documentary Film Festival is organised to promote cinema by presenting films to broadcasters, the media and the public.
Rebellious festival. Rebellious cinema. This is what we are looking for, after all everyone has a rebel inside.
To create more public awareness for the book as an independent genre of art production, the EU-funded project “Artists’ Books on Tour – Artist Competition and Mobile Museum” was launched in June 2010 by the MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art (Vienna) with the MGLC – International Centre of Graphic Arts (Ljubljana) and the UPM – Museum of Decorative Arts (Prague). The core activities of the project cover.
Cinema: Journal of Philosophy and the Moving Image is now accepting submissions for the 2nd issue. Editors welcome articles that fall under the broad rubric of the relations between cinema and philosophy.
The Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture announces that the 9th CYPRUS FILM DAYS – International Film Festival 2011, co-organised with the Rialto theatre has been upgraded to an international competition festival. The festival, which is being held for the 9th time this year, will host an international competition section titled “Glocal Images” in which film-makers from around the globe and Cyprus are invited to submit their films.