Caraboo Projects Screening Event: Call for Short Films

[email protected]
www.carabooprojects.com

Deadline Friday 01 March 2019

We are looking for short films that relate to the idea of ‘imagined faraway lands’ for a screening event that will accompany our next exhibition 'Javasu' by Savinder Bual (29th March – 28th April).

The exhibition is inspired by Bristol resident Mary Baker, who in 1817 convinced the public that she was ‘Princess Caraboo’ from a fictitious island called Javasu. 

We welcome single-channel moving image works in film and video that are no longer than 10 minutes in length. 

To submit your work please send a link to your film (and password if required) with the subject line: Javasu Screening Event Submission [your name] to [email protected]

We aim to respond to applicants by March 17th.

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