Call for entries
Deadline: 21 September 2011
Serial Box Video Festival
Serial Box Projects seeks submissions for the second installment of its ongoing silent video festival. Materials must be received by Sept. 21, 2011.
The “Serial Box Video Festival” is an intermittent public exhibition in downtown Columbia, MO, organized with support from the University of Missouri. Videos are rear projected onto the plate-glass window of a one-story street-facing building at night, glowing and accessible to viewers and passersby. A scrolling LED and/or monitor(s) can be displayed in the bottom corner of the window for text or secondary videos. All videos are displayed without sound.
Each festival installment opens with a group screening of all selected entries. In the following weeks, individual videos are given at least one solo screening, in which the video plays on a loop.
Please send videos and/or proposals to:
Nathan Boyer and Anne Thompson
Serial Box Projects
A126 Fine Arts Building
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211
Please do not submit more than three videos.
If you mail work on a disc, please use a format supported by Quicktime (http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3775), preferably .mov and as high definition as possible. Title the video file or files “YOURNAME_VIDEO_TITLE.
If you e-mail work or a proposal, we can view videos on a Web site (yours or a third-party site such as Vimeo). BUT: please note that if your work is accepted, you will need to provide a copy in the format listed above.
If you send work via a file-transfer service, please use one in which the window to download the file does not expire in a short period of time, and use the format and naming conventions outlined above.