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"Call for Artists: International Paris/Berlin Festival"
2002-05-31 until 2002-06-30
The International Paris/Berlin festival is a transdisciplinary action,
favoring contemporary creation in different fields: film, video, visual arts
and multimedia, to create a meeting space for exchanges between various
forms of artistic language and their audiences. By bringing together the
diverse mediums of creation and their respective audiences and allowing them
to communicate, the Rencontres becomes an open event in which the
specificities and links between languages and gazes can emerge within
evolving contemporary production.
THE CALL FOR ENTRIES is open for film cycles, 35mm, 16mm, super 8, and
video, without any restriction of length or type; for installation,
performance, multimedia and sound creation cycles. Proposals are free,
without any limitation of country. All individual or organization can send one
or several proposals to the Meetings programming.
The next festival will take place in Paris in Autumn 2002, and in Berlin in
Spring 2003. This non-commercial event is organized by roARatorio, a
non-profit organization within artistic and cultural aim.
CINEMA AND VIDEO CYCLES
- Fiction / Full-length films - 35 mm, 16 mm, super 8 and video
- Fiction / short, medium length - All formats
- Experimental Film - 35 mm, 16 mm, super 8
- Video art / Experimental video - All video formats
- Documentaries - All formats
- Animation movie - All formats
- Intervention - performance art, happening
- Installation - sound, video and multimedia
- Interactive writing - Network happening, online work, net art, forum,
- Sound creation - Lecture, sound poetry, experimental music, concert
Cinema and video proposals are received on VHS videotape. All proposals are
received by mail, enclosing the ENTRY FORM filled, dated and signed, UNTIL
THE 30th OF JUNE, 2002. The entry form, and all infomations about the
festival, are available at http://art-action.org (follow links
to call for entries - the website is posted in English, French, German ann
Spanish), or by email firstname.lastname@example.org (on request, entry form sent in
the message body or in attachment), or by fax 33 1 42 33 36 44.
TO DOWNLOAD THE ENTRY FORM (in english, german and french)
pdf format (310Ko): http://www.art-action.org/entry_form_paris_berlin_2002.pdf
If pdf format downloading is too slow, the entry form is available in html
format (quick load 19Ko) :
Entry form in english: http://www.art-action.org/site/en/ripb/fiche.htm
Entry form in german: http://www.art-action.org/site/de/ripb/fiche.htm
Entry form in spanish: http://www.art-action.org/site/es/ripb/fiche.htm
Entry form in french: http://www.art-action.org/site/fr/ripb/fiche.htm
Please feel free to contact Nathalie Hénon with any questions.
51 rue Montorgueil
75002 Paris - France
tel: 33 1 40 26 66 34
fax: 33 1 42 33 36 44
In 2001, supported by : DRAC Ile-de-France - French Ministry for Culture and
Communication, the Regional Council of Ile-de-France, the City of Paris, the
french-german cultural channel Arte, the Goethe Institute in Paris, The
National high school for arts in Paris, the National high school for design,
the Canadian Embassy in Germany, the Neederland Embassy in France and
Germany, the Belgium Ministry of the Flemish community, the Japanese
Fondation, Citroen, Philips France, the Ratp. The Meetings receive the
patronage of the German Embassy and of the Unesco.