[artinfo] [UNXposed] San Francisco Art Institute Film and Video Festival by November 17

UNXposed Moderator saiz at unxposed.com
Wed Nov 5 19:08:40 CET 2003

The 11th San Francisco Art Institute Film & Video Festival is seeking short
films in any genre and completed in any year for its festival to be
presented in San Francisco February 6, 7, 13, & 14, 2004.

Innovative & non-traditional work is encouraged.

Cash Prizes will be awarded by the Jurors: Kathy Geritz, Curator, Pacific
Film Archive; John Palmer, Programmer, American Cinematheque; and Scott
Stark, Filmmaker. Previous festival winners have included Peggy Ahwesh, Guy
Sherwin, Chel White, & Sharon Couzin.

Entry Guidelines
1.) Preview or exhibition copies may be in Super-8mm, Regular-8mm, unslit
Regular-8mm, 16mm. Mini-DV, VHS (NTSC), hi-8, or DVD.  Maximum running time:
30 minutes. Label film with your name, address, phone number, email address,
title of work, date of completion, projection speed, whether sound or
silent, and cueing instructions, and length of film in time and/or footage.

2.) Include a self-addressed, stamped envelope or mailer for return of your
film.  International postal coupons are acceptable for international

3.) In addition to the entry form available through the link above, please
include a brief synopsis or statement for inclusion in program notes.
Optional: frame enlargements, stills, or digital images to include with
program notes.

4.) Include a self-addressed stamped postcard for notification of receipt of
your submission and another one for notification of acceptance.

5.) Entry fees: Early deadline entry fee: 2 films may be entered for $30 if
received by November 17. The regular entry fee of $40 per film applies to
each film received after November 17 and by December 15. The late entry fee
is $50 for each film received after December 15 and by January 9, 2004.

6.) Please send checks or money order, in U.S. funds only, made payable to
the San Francisco Art Institute.  Payment by major credit card is also
accepted.  Entrants living outside the U.S. who cannot send funds in U.S.
checks should contact the email address below.

Send films to:
San Francisco Art Institute
800 Chestnut Street, San Francisco, CA 94133

Please do not send entries in fiber-filled envelopes as the fibers damage
playback equipment.

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