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submission call sptv.org

  • Deadline:
    Dec. 21, 2004, 7:53 a.m.

About sptv.org :

sptv.org is pure diversity. sptv.org is the exact opposite of regular tv. It shows videos and films that have been worth producing, eluding the fate of becoming commissioned cliches. sptv.org thrives on the diversity of a digitalized culture, a large creative resource evident in its content. It creates a non-commercial space outside cheap mainstream programs. sptv.org is a product of Internet culture and will develop accordingly. sptv is a sample of that creative intellectual potential out there - wherever that is. sptv should became the first open source internet Tv. Everybody can join us
and became a broadcaster. The sptv should develop itself in a major network of broadcasters from around the world, where everybody has his broadcast hours.


Ongoing. We are seeking works for our 2004-2005 programming year.

What are we looking for:

- Videos should be short. under 30 min. all types of independent/
non-commercial work is accepted: experimental, documentary, music videos, vj-ing clips, narrative, non-narrative, controversial, political, personal, sexual and so on. Formats accepted: DVD, miniDV, DVCAM, or CD (avi, quicktime, mpeg at a minimum resolution of 640x480). Please include: Synopsis, CV and contact information. all submissions will be addes to the sptv.org archive for possible inclusion in future curatorial projects. Artists will be contacted for permission prior to having their work included in other programs. Unfortunately, Artist Fees cannot be paid at this time.
There are no official entry forms or entry fees.
- Public participation. If there is an event in your city and you want to be seen on sptv.org, contact us, and we can make a live stream or brodcast a recorded version of the event.
- We are also looking for people willing to cooperate in enlarging the
structure of sptv.org. Please contact us at sptv@sptv.org

Send all materials to:
on line: ftp://sptv.org with username: sptv and password: sptv ( we would encourage ftp submission)
or with post:
Daniel Gontz
gestettengasse 19/39
1030 vienna
For more information visit our website http://www.sptv.org or contact us at sptv@sptv.org