Online entries for the International Competition now open under www.kinoderkunst.de
KINO DER KUNST, a worldwide unique combination of film festival and art exhibition, will hold its second edition from April 22 to April 26, 2015. Movie theatres and museums all over Munich will present an International Competition, retrospectives, special focuses, talks and multi-channel installations. KINO DER KUNST investigates the relationship between visual art and cinema, the programmatic focus being the current approach of filming artists to fiction and narration.
We invite visual artists from all over the world to submit their recent works to the International Competition. All entries must reveal an innovative approach to the various forms of fictitious narration a high technical level. They must have been produced after January 1, 2013. An international jury of famous artists and curators will award two main prizes totalling €20,000. Single-channel works of any length or format, made by visual artists, are accepted. All films are to be submitted online, and exclusively online, on www.kinoderkunst.de. After entering your data (address, film title, credits, director’s biography, synopsis, technical details) you receive a registration number which you need to send, along with a DVD, to the indicated Munich address of KINO DER KUNST. Downloads or links are not accepted.
Film entry for the International Competition: http://www.kinoderkunst.de/web/en/about/call-for-entries-international-competition/film-registration.html
Submission deadline is December 15, 2014.
We are looking forward to your works!
For questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or
+49 89 130 14 30 0.
KINO DER KUNST is a project organised by EIKON Süd GmbH, partnered with the Bavarian State Ministry of Education, Science and the Arts, the BMW AG, the Ingrid Werndl-Laue Foundation, the Biehler von Dorrer Foundation, the HypoVereinsbank, the Kirch-Foundation, the Goetz Collection, Louis Vuitton, ARRI Film & TV Services GmbH, Bayerischer Rundfunk and the Federal Foreign Office, in cooperation with the University of Television and Film Munich, the Academy of Fine Arts Munich, the Pinakothek der Moderne and the Museum Brandhorst.
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