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18-Apr-2014 8:45am PDT  

 

Glovebox Short Film & Animation Festival

4 Annual December 31, 2014 to December 31, 2014

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OPEN CALL FOR ENTRIES • Select a Category of Entry to continue.

Animations (shorts)
Any short animation (under 25 minutes) that has not been previously entered in the Glovebox Short Film & Aniamation Festival.

Animation can be made with either hand rendered art, computer generated imagery, or three-dimensional objects, e.g., puppets or clay figures, or a combination of techniques.
Documentaries (shorts)
Any documentary film under 25 minutes that has not previously been submitted to the Glovebox Short Film & Animation Festival
Dance/Performance (shorts)
The dance /performance category is open to any short film under 25 minutes that uses dance or performance art as a means to tell a story or narrative. This category is open to any film that has not previously submitted to the Glovebox Short Film & Animation Festival
Fine Art/Conceptual (shorts)
The Fine Art/ Conceptual Film category is open to all short films (under 25 minutes) involved with 1.) conceptual art where the work takes precedence over traditional aesthetic and material concerns. Many of works of conceptual art films often are also installations. 2.) Films that are themselves a piece of art. Any films that have not been previously submitted to the Glovebox Short Film & Animation Festival apply.
Music Videos
The music video category is an opportunity to highlight both film artist and music artist. All videos must be under 10 minutes. Music videos should not have been previously entered to the Glovebox Short Film & Animation Festival.
Drama/Narrative/Comedy (Shorts)
Open to any short (under 25 minutes) dramatic, narrative, or comedy film that has not been previously entered to the Glovebox Short Film & Animation Festival.

MISSION & OBJECTIVE
The mission of the Glovebox Short Film & Animation Festival is to have a diverse creative community come together under one umbrella to participate in the culture and language of film.

Now in its 4th year, the Glovebox Short Film & Animation Festival is a rising star among indie animators and filmmakers, predicting the most talented up and coming artists. In 2011, the festival showcased a music video by Mr. Little Jeans who later scored a spot on the Iron Man III soundtrack and 2013 the festival awarded the "Best in Show" award to Laurent Witz and Alexandre Espigares for their animation Mr Hublot. The film later won an Oscar and Glovebox could not be more excited or the talented team. Don't miss out on seeing or exhibiting in this avante -garde and grass-roots film festival.

The annual festival takes place in Boston, MA in late fall/winter.


ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Glovebox (GLVBX) is a non-profit 510 c3 arts organization, hosted the first annual Short Film & Animation Festival in June of 2011. The mission of the Festival is to have a diverse creative community come together under one umbrella to participate in the culture and language of film. The festival also supports the dialogue, talent, and interaction of local and international film and animation artists with the public. The annual Glovebox Film Festival provides an arena for ‘art films’ to be unabashedly ‘artsy’ and commended for being so.

Learn more about Glovebox and the festival at www.glvbx.com

ORGANIZERS
Jodie McMenamin (Festival Registrar) ; Jodie McMenamin (Festival Registrar) ; Jodie McMenamin (Festival Registrar) ; Jodie McMenamin (Festival Registrar)

GENERAL RULES
For full festival rules and guidelines visit www.glvbx.com

Films entered for consideration can be completed in any year after 2010.

Film submission fees are not refundable.

To be considered for screening at the festival, entries must be sent with a secure online viewing format for judging (ie. Vimeo, YouTube, website, IMBD etc.)

Films in competition cannot be tied to a Domestic Distribution Deal. Films that have screened on US national network or cable television or distributed to public national theaters prior to the festival dates are also ineligible for competition.

All commercial/private property including, but not limited to, all trademarked and/or copyrighted materials shown or recorded within the film is the sole responsibility of the filmmaker. The Glovebox Short Film and Animation Festival does not take responsibility for any legal claims of trademark or copyright infringement against the film, the film’s producers, or for publicly exhibiting the film. The filmmaker assumes all responsibility for any and all legal claims arising from exhibition of the film at The Glovebox Short Film and Animation Festival.

Participants agree that their film or clips from it and all other material related to their project may be used and/or published in the event program, Glovebox web site, and for any promotional purposes that Glovebox Short Film and Animation Festival deems appropriate for this festival and future festivals.

Glovebox will make our best effort to ensure that the correct title and credits are listed on festival materials but will not be held liable for inadvertent errors and omissions. We reserve the right to adjust dates and times of film screenings, without notice. Glovebox Short Film and Animation Festival will not be held responsible for delays or cancellations due to file failure, or similar situations.

By submitting your film to Glovebox, you attest that you have read and understand these Guidelines and Rules, hold all necessary rights to screen the entered film publicly, and are authorized to grant and does hereby grant said rights to Glovebox Short Film Festival.

The Participation Agreement – film makers selected to be screened at the festival will be required to sign a participation agreement and send it in with the final format after the judging period.

Selection for screening in the festival will be determined no later than one month prior to the festival. Filmmakers will be notified of their status by email, whether their film(s) was accepted into the festival or not.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

For full festival rules and guidelines visit www.glvbx.com Films entered for consideration can be completed in any year after 2010. Film submission fees are not refundable. To be considered for screening at the festival, entries must be sent with a secure online viewing format for judging (ie. Vimeo, YouTube, website, IMBD etc.) Films in competition cannot be tied to a Domestic Distribution Deal. Films that have screened on US national network or cable television or distributed to public national theaters prior to the festival dates are also ineligible for competition. All commercial/private property including, but not limited to, all trademarked and/or copyrighted materials shown or recorded within the film is the sole responsibility of the filmmaker. The Glovebox Short Film and Animation Festival does not take responsibility for any legal claims of trademark or copyright infringement against the film, the film’s producers, or for publicly exhibiting the film. The filmmaker assumes all responsibility for any and all legal claims arising from exhibition of the film at The Glovebox Short Film and Animation Festival. Participants agree that their film or clips from it and all other material related to their project may be used and/or published in the event program, Glovebox web site, and for any promotional purposes that Glovebox Short Film and Animation Festival deems appropriate. Glovebox will make our best effort to ensure that the correct title and credits are listed on festival materials but will not be held liable for inadvertent errors and omissions. We reserve the right to adjust dates and times of film screenings, without notice. Glovebox Short Film and Animation Festival will not be held responsible for delays or cancellations due to file failure, or similar situations. By submitting your film to Glovebox, you attest that you have read and understand these Guidelines and Rules, hold all necessary rights to screen the entered film publicly, and are authorized to grant and does hereby grant said rights to Glovebox Short Film Festival. The Participation Agreement – film makers selected to be screened at the festival will be required to sign a participation agreement and send it in with the final format after the judging period. Selection for screening in the festival will be determined no later than one month prior to the festival. Filmmakers will be notified of their status by email, whether their film(s) was accepted into the festival or not.