call: One Minute Films and Videos
Call for entries
Deadline: 2 April 2010
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VideoChannel – Cologne & CologneOFF VI – 6th Cologne International Videoart Festival
are looking for “one minute films and videos”
on the theme “memory ” and “identity” for
an online feature, future screening programs in the framework of the anniversary celebrations and the competition of CologneOFF VI – http://coff.newmediafest.org
The accepted films will extend
OMFC – One Minute Film Collection – the uinique selection of films and videos lasting exactly 60 seconds.
• deadline: 2 April 2010
• Theme: “memory” and “identity”
• Duration: exactly 60 seconds (including title and credits)
• only one film/video can be submitted
• Productions using language and/or text other than English need English subtitles.
• The preview copy should be preferably made available online for review and/or download
as Quicktime . mov, Windows Media .wmv, Flash video .swf or.flv minimum size 480×360, preferred 640×480
–> if no own website is available, alternatively the film can be submitted via an upload/download platform, for instance, SENDSPACE – www.sendspace.com – a free upload service, after upload please send the link, and VideoChannel will download the film then.
• The selected artists/directors will be invited to send a hardcopy of the selected video on DVD in best screening quality.
Entry Form – please cut and paste
a) full name
b) email, URL
c) short bio (max. 300 words, English only)
a) title English
b) URL (Internet address for review/download)
c) year of production
e) work synopsis (max. 300 words/submission, English only)
f) 2 screenshots (jpg, 800×600 px)
Please add this declaration & sign it with your full name & email address
I, the submitter/author, declare to be the holder of all rights on the submitted work.
In case the work is selected, I give VideoChannel the permission to include the work in the video environment online and screenings in physical space, until revoke.
Please send the submission either in
plain email text, RTF (Rich Text Format) or WORD . doc as attachment to
subject: VideoChannel “one minute film”