Embed your video in the online submission form for panel review. (Embedding your video is not a requirement, but it does speed up our reviewing process of the work)
For Multiple Submissions, please log out and register for a new account using the same email address but different Password. Embed the additional submission in the new account.
Pay the Festival Fee via the PayPal button in your submission profile.
Earlybird Deadline: April 25, 2012 (postmarked/uploaded)
$25 Early fee
Standard Deadline: Extended to August 31, 2012 (postmarked/uploaded)
$35 Standard fee
Late Deadline: September 15, 2012 (postmarked/uploaded)
$45 Late fee
Send two (2) DVD copies of your video and a printed submission form for panel review to Videoart.net, P.O. Box 572, New York, NY 10025. OR
Upload your video file by selecting the "Upload video" link in your Festival profile and upload your video directly for panel review. Please include the Title of the work in the "Subject" field and Your Name in the "Message" box. Maximum file size can be up to 2 GB, but we highly recommend files be kept under 1 GB. You are not required to mail in a printed submission form if you upload a file.
NOTE: Embedding a video is extremely useful for preliminary online viewing, but is not a requirement if your video is not available online. In order for the panel to review your work at a high enough quality for Festival consideration, we ask that you send in DVDs or UPLOAD a video file via the UPLOAD VIDEO option in your Submission Menu. Whichever you prefer.
All submitted videos are for festival panel review purposes only. We do not share your work with anyone.
For the purposes of the festival, films/videosshould be no longer than 30 minutes long.
Media must be labeled with the title, runtime, director(s), and contact information.
The Video Art & Experimental Film Festival encourages the submission of many different genres of work, such as Documentary, Narrative, Street Art, themes of Sexuality, themes of Environmental-Awareness, and/or themes of Politics. Though by its nature, video art and experimental film possess elusive definitions, the Festival welcomes any and all artists and filmmakers that have crafted projects with an experimental edge.
Formats and Mailing Instructions
A Complete Application should include the following:
Two copies of your film/video in a DVD (NTSC) format for Multi-Zone or Zone 1 (North America) (Unless you have already uploaded your video to us). These DVDs are the official panel review copies.
A printed submission form for each piece that is being submitted
Any available press materials
Notification of Acceptance
Artists/Filmmakers will be notified of acceptance via email by November 1, 2012.
Send to: VIDEOART.NET
PO BOX 572
NEW YORK, NY
NOTE: Materials WILL NOT BE RETURNED, do not send MASTER COPIES. All international submissions must have “For Cultural Purposes Only No Commercial Value” clearly written on the outside of the package for shipping.
Videoart.net's 3rd Video Art & Experimental Film Festival will take place February 7-8, 2013 in New York City.