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|Fiction short no more than 20 minutes in duration shot on DSLR camera
|Documentary Shorts no longer than 20 minutes in duration shot on a DSLR camera
|Music Videos shot on DSLR camera
|Animation short no longer than 20 minutes in duration shot on a DSLR camera
|Experimental Shorts of no longer than 20 minutes in duration shot on a DSLR camera
MISSION & OBJECTIVE
STILL / MOVING DSLR Film Festival is dedicated to bringing original works and emerging talent to London's vibrant, multicultural arts community. It was created as a platform for new and established photographers, artists and filmmakers to interact and educate.
STILL / MOVING was inspired by the development of HD video-capable digital SLR cameras that have revolutionized film-making. The accessibility of this technology has led to a creative revolution; expanding creative freedom, mobilizing and given voice to ﬁlm-makers previously denied the opportunity. As creative and professional boundaries blur, ground-breaking work is being produced by photographers, artists and filmmakers using the DSLR camera as their primary tool. Until now, this convergence and creative phenomenon has not been fully explored or discussed and Photofusion have programmed the STILL / MOVING Film Festival to do just that.
STILL / MOVING is created and coordinated by Photofusion [www.photofusion.org] London's largest independent photography centre and a non-profit organisation funded by Arts Council England. The festival is sponsored by Warner Music UK, in partnership with Picturehouse Cinemas (Ritzy) and The London Borough of Lambeth.
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
The first STILL /MOVING DSLR Film Festival is coming to London this September. Brought to you by Photofusion, London’s largest independent photography resource centre, STILL / MOVING will be an eight-day festival celebrating the ways that photographers, artists and film-makers are engaging with DSLR technology.
Throughout the festival, outdoor screenings will take place in Brixton – the creative hub of South London – to a wide and diverse public audience.
Festival events will include:
- evening screenings on Windrush Square and The Ritzy cinema
- film installations
- a Photofusion gallery exhibition
- events, panel discussions and master classes.
A programme of selected submissions will cover a range of genres including animation, documentary, fiction, experimental and music video.
Panel discussions, events and master classes will explore the creative phenomenon, blurred boundaries and freedoms that the development of HD video-capable digital SLR cameras has opened up.
Submit to get your talent acknowledged:
Key industry decision makers and commissioners will judge the submissions
Successful films will be included in the programme of evening screenings on Windrush Square and The Ritzy cinema to a wide and diverse public audience
Impress the industry judges with your film and be in with a chance of winning a commission, a category award or the Judges’ Prize for the best film.
Be part of the festival’s legacy, as we will make the successful films available on the website.
We are lining up some fantastic prizes for this year, so please keep checking for updates soon when they will be announced.
STILL / MOVING is sponsored by Warner Music UK, in partnership with Picturehouse Cinemas and The London Borough of Lambeth. Photofusion is funded by Arts Council England
Julia Martin (Director)
The STILL / MOVING DSLR Film Festival is governed by the creativity, quality and breadth of films submitted with the proviso that all submissions, whether animation, documentary, experimental, fiction, music videos, or the blurred boundaries between, must be shot on a DSLR camera and no longer than 20 minutes in duration.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
By submitting to the Festival, you agree to the following:
You are the sole author of, or the absolute legal and beneficial owner of all rights of copyright in the material, free from any right or interest of any third party conditional or otherwise.
You have authority to enter into these arrangements.
If your film is chosen to screen in competition, we will send you an acceptance email and request a screening copy of your film.
The screening copy must be received by the date stated in the acceptance email, or your film will not be screened.
STILL / MOVING, and Photofusion Ltd, can keep the preview tape/disc for its archive film libraries for viewing by other film festivals and organisations. *Please note that we will notify you if we intend to curate your work in programmes outside of the festival screenings and you will be given the opportunity to opt out.
Insurance of tapes is the responsibility of the sender. STILL / MOVING, and Photofusion Ltd, will not take responsibility for any loss or damage to entries.
By submitting your entry you consent to, and have obtained all necessary consents for (and agree to provide copies of the same on request), all or any part of the production being reproduced by STILL / MOVING, and Photofusion Ltd, and/or any other parties authorised by STILL / MOVING, and Photofusion Ltd, and/or broadcast by a third party in any media (e.g. press, television, internet or telephone download), solely in relation to, and in support of, the Festival provided that, wherever reasonably possible, the author of the work is given appropriate notification and credit.
Images from the film can be used in STILL / MOVING, and Photofusion Ltd, their websites and all other media outlets related to STILL / MOVING publicity and you indemnify STILL / MOVING, and Photofusion Ltd, against any responsibilities incurred by the screening of this film.
Any alterations or withdrawals from the festival MUST reach us within 10 days of festival acceptance notification in order for us to meet judging and print deadlines. No alterations can be made after this date.
Submissions that do not comply with the terms and conditions detailed will be disqualified.
The STILL / MOVING decision is final, and we cannot enter into discussion about films not accepted.