Innersound 2013: Mysterium – call for short silent films

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INNERSOUND International New Arts Festival
Bucharest, August 26-31 2013 – 2nd edition – “Mysterium”

CALL FOR SHORT SILENT FILMS: Submission deadline: May 15, 2013

About InnerSound:

InnerSound New Arts Festival was created by young and enthusiastic artists from Romania, who gave it a unique format at its first edition in 2012. InnerSound is growing into a strong platform for the emerging composers, instrumentalists, photographers, visual artists and film directors, while at the same time including in its program internationally renowned artists.

The theme of InnerSound 2013 is Mysterium, referring to the European medieval tradition of syncretism. The idea of “mystery plays”, the predecessors of theatrical manifestations, is updated to contemporary secular realities. The InnerSound audience is invited to discover the hidden meaning behind every event, by hearing, seeing, feeling and interacting with the magic that artists have prepared for them.

Silent Film Night:

The InnerSound original and successful concept brings together film directors / visual artists and young art music composers for fresh and exciting projects. In 2013, the Silent Film Night will take place in the courtyard of the National Peasant Museum, on August 29th. The music will be performed live by a chamber ensemble (up to 5 performers, one on a part: flute, bassoon, violin, viola, cello, may incorporate electronics) and will be written by the best young Romanian composers, selected by the festival team.

This year we invite artists of all ages and nationalities to submit short, silent films or animations between 3-8 minutes long, until May 15th, either by file transfer at innersound.festival@gmail.com, or by mail, at the following address:

The Electroacoustic and Multimedia Music Center –
The National University of Music in Bucharest
Mr. Cătălin Creţu
Str. Ştirbei Vodă nr. 33, sector 1
010102 Bucharest
Romania

Please include in your application:
a CV or biography
the synopsis or the script of the film
a short text describing the connection with the festival’s theme, “Mysterium”

It is recommended to submit a MOV file format with one of the following codecs: H.264, MPEG-4 or M JPEG.

Please note that:
It is not necessary to have the film created especially for the festival. In that case, the festival cannot financially support the production of the film, nor the travel and accommodation expenses.

If the number of submissions is too large, we reserve the right to make a selection of the projects. The selection will be made by a jury of specialists selected by the festival team.

We recommend that all films should be created within the last 5 years.

Any theme is allowed and any film gender can be approached, as long as it seduces the audience and brings it in your inner world.

Content shall not contain imagery which: (a) is sexually explicit or suggestive, violent derogatory of any ethnic, racial, gender, religious, professional or age group, profane or pornographic, or which contains any dangerous activity or promotes the excessive or irresponsible consumption of alcohol; (b) promotes use of drugs, tobacco, firearms/weapons; (c) is obscene or offensive or endorses any form of hate; (d) contains trademarks, logos or trade dress owned by others, or advertises or promotes any brand or product of any kind, contains any personal identification, such as license plate numbers, personal names, email addresses or street addresses; (e) contains copyright materials owned by others (including photographs, sculptures, paintings and other works of art or images published on or in websites, television, movies or other media) without permission; (f) depicts, or is itself, a violation of any law.

Looking forward to your submissions!

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