Screening Event: Call for Short Films, Caraboo Projects

Image Credit: Olwyn Carroll, Magnet, 2018 (film still)

Deadline Sunday 23 September 2018

We are looking for short films for a screening event during our inaugural exhibition Watching Limbo (21st September – 21st October) in our South Bristol project space.

We welcome single-channel film and video works from within the fields of artists' moving image and media art, short narrative films, documentaries, experimental and essay films, animation and video collage. There are no restrictions on date or premiere status. During this event we want to put a focus on short filmmakers in the South West and create networking opportunities. We will also host screening events during the course of future exhibitions. 

To submit your work send a link to your film (and password if required). Maximum 3 works (10mins and under) per Artist.

We aim to respond to applicants by the end of September.

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