ONEDOTZERO_10: Call for submissions

by Andy Polaine on February 4, 2006

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Time for any of my ex or current students and general creative bods to send out their DVDs. onedotzero, the world’s largest digital film festival, is open for submissions for the 10th festival. I’m very glad to say that I hope to be able to actually go and see it this year too! (But shush, that’s a secret right now).

Here are the official announcement details:

onedotzero is currently open for submissions of original moving image work for the tenth annual festival, taking place at the ica, london, 02-11 june 2006.

the annual london festival is the first stop in onedotzero’s global network of festivals, onedotzero tours across the uk, europe, the baltics, the americas and australasia, reaching over 60 cities in 2005.

the festival is committed to providing a home for visionary moving image experimentation, so that both established and emerging talent can thrive side by side, and remain accessible to all.

onedotzero_10 is open for submissions of original moving image work for the following programming areas:

wow + flutter: experimental explorarions in motion graphics. preference will be placed on new work created for, or premiering at the festival.

wave length: music videos. innovative work from the most adventurous music promo directors around.

extended_play: narrative shorts

j-star: innovative japanese short-form work rarely seen outside of japan

documentaries: radical short and feature-length original documentaries.

fashion: highlighting fashion’s collision with the fields of graphic design, illustration, and new forms of moving image

environment: films dealing with architecture, rural, and urban environments.

early deadline for submissions: fri 24 feb 2006

onedotzero_10, ica, london. may/june 2006 – exact dates tbc.

Check out www.onedotzero.com for full submission form and guidelines.

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1 dh February 4, 2006 at 4:23 pm

saw it a few years ago when it was in Hongkong, the quality of work was quite amazing.

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