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OPPORTUNITY

Call for Entries: 6th Annual ATA Film & Video Festival


Deadline:
Wed Jun 01, 2011 00:00

Location:
San Francisco, California
United States of America

Artists’ Television Access invites experimental film and video makers to submit their work to its 6th Annual ATA Film and Video Festival. Short works including but not limited to, animation, documentary, narrative, abstract and found footage based will be accepted. Also, this year the festival is open to proposals for workshops, installations and media performances.
The ATA Film and Video Festival is committed to showcasing films and videos that use an unconventional stylistic and technical approach and bring up subjects or concepts that not only entertain, but also provoke, our diverse audience. For guidelines, more about the festival, and to submit your work and proposals go to our website.
Artists' Television Access is an artist-run, experimental media arts gallery that has been in operation since 1984. ATA provides an accessible screening venue and gallery for the exhibition of programmed and guest-curated screenings, exhibitions, performances, and events.
The ATA Film & Video Festival is dedicated to celebrate and support underground film by exhibiting every year 2 original ensembles of short works by emerging and established film and video artists from all over the world.


OPPORTUNITY

5th Annual ATA Film & Video Festival> Call for Entries


Deadline:
Tue Jun 01, 2010 00:00

Artists' Television Access is accepting submissions for its 5th Annual ATA Film and Video Festival. We are looking for experimental film and video, including but not limited to, animation, documentary, narrative, abstract and found footage. The ATA Film and Video Festival is committed to showcasing short films and videos that use an unconventional stylistic and technical approach and bring up subjects or concepts that not only entertain, but also provoke, our diverse audience.

Entry Length/Year:
Works no longer than 20 min and completed in any year will be considered.

Formats:
Video, Super 8 and 16 mm. Preview: DVD* * All previews will be kept in the Festival's archive.

Entry label:
Each entry must be labeled with name, title, contact info and length.Thanks!

Entry fee:
$10 PER FILM Payable by check with submission or by Paypal online. Entry fee not required from filmmakers who have screened at the ATA festival in the past.

Dates:
Postmark deadline: June 1, 2010; Notification: July 2010; Festival: October 2010

To submit your film go to http://festival.atasite.org/2010/submit.html and fill out a submission form online. Then, mail your preview DVD and entry fee to:

Artists' Television Access
Film & Video Festival
992 Valencia St
San Francisco, CA 94110

We look forward to receiving your submissions!

Artists' Television Access
992 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
http://festival.atasite.org
festival@atasite.org


OPPORTUNITY

5th Annual ATA Film & Video Festival> Call for Entries


Deadline:
Tue Jun 01, 2010 00:00

Artists' Television Access is accepting submissions for its 5th Annual ATA Film and Video Festival. We are looking for experimental film and video, including but not limited to, animation, documentary, narrative, abstract and found footage. The ATA Film and Video Festival is committed to showcasing short films and videos that use an unconventional stylistic and technical approach and bring up subjects or concepts that not only entertain, but also provoke, our diverse audience.

Entry Length/Year:
Works no longer than 20 min and completed in any year will be considered.

Formats:
Video, Super 8 and 16 mm. Preview: DVD* * All previews will be kept in the Festival's archive.

Entry label:
Each entry must be labeled with name, title, contact info and length.Thanks!

Entry fee:
$10 PER FILM Payable by check with submission or by Paypal online. Entry fee not required from filmmakers who have screened at the ATA festival in the past.

Dates:
Postmark deadline: June 1, 2010; Notification: July 2010; Festival: October 2010

To submit your film go to http://festival.atasite.org/2010/submit.html and fill out a submission form online. Then, mail your preview DVD and entry fee to:

Artists' Television Access
Film & Video Festival
992 Valencia St
San Francisco, CA 94110

We look forward to receiving your submissions!

Artists' Television Access
992 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
http://festival.atasite.org
festival@atasite.org


OPPORTUNITY

5th Annual ATA Film & Video Festival> Call for Entries


Deadline:
Tue Jun 01, 2010 00:00

Artists' Television Access is accepting submissions for its 5th Annual ATA Film and Video Festival. We are looking for experimental film and video, including but not limited to, animation, documentary, narrative, abstract and found footage. The ATA Film and Video Festival is committed to showcasing short films and videos that use an unconventional stylistic and technical approach and bring up subjects or concepts that not only entertain, but also provoke, our diverse audience.

Entry Length/Year:
Works no longer than 20 min and completed in any year will be considered.

Formats:
Video, Super 8 and 16 mm. Preview: DVD* * All previews will be kept in the Festival's archive.

Entry label:
Each entry must be labeled with name, title, contact info and length.Thanks!

Entry fee:
$10 PER FILM Payable by check with submission or by Paypal online. Entry fee not required from filmmakers who have screened at the ATA festival in the past.

Dates:
Postmark deadline: June 1, 2010; Notification: July 2010; Festival: October 2010

To submit your film go to http://festival.atasite.org/2010/submit.html and fill out a submission form online. Then, mail your preview DVD and entry fee to:

Artists' Television Access
Film & Video Festival
992 Valencia St
San Francisco, CA 94110

We look forward to receiving your submissions!

Artists' Television Access
992 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
http://festival.atasite.org
festival@atasite.org


EVENT

4th Annual ATA Film & Video Festival


Dates:
Fri Oct 23, 2009 00:00 - Wed Sep 16, 2009

ATA celebrates original, independent and underground film & video with the 4th ATA Film & Video Festival on October 21, 22 & 23, 2009.

On Friday, October 23, ATA will present "Stories We Tell Ourselves", a program of short works that offers unique representations of the myriad facets of life by emerging and established artists.

A Poem to be Read into a Flashlight with a Microphone Placed Above the Breast of a Pregnant Mother
Tommy Becker (in person) - 2009, 2:50, DV, San Francisco, CA

To Be Regained
Zach Iannazzi (in person) - 2009, 10:00, 16mm, Williamsburg, MA

The Acrobat
Chris Kennedy - 2007, 6:00, 16mm, Canada/USA

Naomi & Irving
Laura Bouza (in person) - 2007, 4:00, 16mm/miniDV, Los Angeles, CA

Spaghettidog
Elham Rokni - 2006, 5:32, miniDV, Israel

Destination Finale
Philip Widmann - 2008, 9:15, 8mm, Germany

My Tears Are Dry
Laida Lertxundi - 2009, English, 16mm, Spain/USA

Myth Labs
Martha Colburn - 2008, 7:30, DVcam, Netherlands/USA

Chorus
Paul Clipson (in person) - 2009, 7:00, S8mm, San Francisco, CA

The screenings will be followed by musical performances and the announcement of ATA Audience Awards.

In addition, two installations by local artists will be presented in ATA's gallery: "Gaze," by Mary Franck, exploring new possibilities of speculation through digital technology, and "Trace," an Intervention by Rebecca Najdowski, focusing on thresholds of humankind and the natural world.

And, the ATA Window will project a selection of experimental shorts and innovative animations during the month of October. Pieces range from Jeejung Kim's sinister, ocular - --opened eye, closed i - i closed, eye opened-- - to Anna Geyer's glorious Ich bin ein junger Hupfer, a hand-manipulated color study accompanied by birdsong and yodeling.

ATA is at 992 Valencia at 21st Street. Doors open at 7pm every night. Screenings start at 7:30pm. Tickets are $7-$10.

For complete information, festival trailer and questions with the filmmakers visit http://festival.atasite.org/2009