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2015 Onion City Experimental Film And Video Festival: Call For Entries
19 November 2014 12:09 PM, PST
The Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival has experienced a slight hiatus, but is returning in 2015 for their astounding 26th annual edition. As of this writing, the tentative dates are set for January 29 to February 1, 2015.
Onion City is one of the best and greatest experimental and avant-garde media festivals in the world, with the emphasis there on “world” as the fest typically screens a fantastic selection of international work in addition to local favorites.
Due to the hiatus, there is only a brief submission window this year, so be sure to get your work in soon!
Please visit the Chicago Filmmakers website for the Onion City submission form and full guidelines.
December 12, 2014
1 Entry: $25
2 Entries: $30
3 Entries: $35
4+ Entries: $40
Onion City is one of the premiere international festivals exclusively devoted to experimental film and video.
Onion City was founded in the 1980s by the Experimental »
- Mike Everleth
New Filmmakers: 7th Another Experiment By Women Film Festival
17 November 2014 2:55 PM, PST
November 19, 2014
Anthology Film Archives
2nd Ave. at 2nd St.
New York, NY 10003
Hosted by: New Filmmakers
Another Experiment By Women Film Festival (Axwff), the screening series curated by Lili White, will be hosting their 7th event as part of New Filmmakers at the Anthology Film Archives in New York City.
Filmmaker Rhayne Vermette has two films screening, including her amazingly abrasive abstract found footage piece, Black Rectangle; while Axwff curator Lili White will also be screening her landscape film Turquoise Beads, which compares post-9/11 NYC with New Mexico’s Chaco Canyon.
Also, if you aren’t in the NYC area and cannot make this screening, all films will be available for streaming from November 20 to 29 at the Axw/Online website, which is shaping up into a terrific resource thanks to all the dedication and hard work White has been putting into her Axw project.
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- Mike Everleth