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Call for Entry: Athens Video Art Festival 2013

By NewsDesk • Published on March 15, 2013

athensThe 9th edition of the Athens Video Art Festival is open for entries till March 28, 2013. There is no entry fee.

Athens Video Art Festival is an annual International Festival of Digital Arts and New Media. Entries can be submitted in categories like video art, installation, animation and web art.

The submitted film can be based on any topic but should not exceed 15 minutes. The festival does not accept master copies of films; they can be submitted in the DVD (PAL) of Video file format. In case of the latter, the size of the file should not exceed 1 GB and can be in either .avi, .mpeg, or .mov format.

Filmmakers cannot apply in more than four categories, a separate entry form and kit will be required for each entry. Submissions can be made online or via post. In both case, 4 video still in high resolution of 300 dpi in .jpeg format, filled entry form as per the category, and any other document or file necessary, should be submitted.

See here for entry forms.

Postal Address:

Athens Video Art Festival

Miltiadou 18, 10560, Monastiraki

Athens, Greece

(Write “cultural sample / no commercial value” on the envelope)

All other details like, venue, program and accommodation will be soon announced on the festival website. http://www.athensvideoartfestival.gr/

 

 

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