Film school graduates are seeking submissions for an independent short film. This opportunity is an independent micro-budget film projection being organized by graduates trying to fund a feature film called “We’re Just Here to Swim”.
CODAsummit Virtual The Intersection of Art, Technology and Place Sept. 30 — Oct. 2, 2020 CODAsummit Virtual is the only conference focused on the exciting ways creative professionals are incorporating technology to create artwork installations that are changing the ways we experience our environments. We invite
BAFTA Breakthrough USA will showcase and support the next generation of creative talent in film, games and television, identifying excellent individuals who have had a breakthrough year in the industry. In 2020, and for the first time, BAFTA will identify, celebrate and support up to
In 2020, the BlackStar Film Festival will host the second annual BlackStar Pitch. Filmmakers will pitch their projects in front of a virtual audience and a panel of judges to receive feedback and have an opportunity to win a $25K co-production deal with WORLD Channel.
Have your Independent TV Pilot or Web Series shown at NFTV 2020! SUBMIT NOW! For full contest rules visit www.filmfreeway.com/nftv or email us at email@example.com. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for updates or visit our website for more information!
theGrio is looking for summer interns! Please share with individuals looking to be part of #theculture ✊🏾 bringing stories by us and about us, TO us. Positions are across our editorial, video, and social media departments! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (submissions and questions only).
DOC NYC, New York’s documentary festival, takes place annually in November. Its Only In New York (OINY) program is co-presented by Showtime Documentary Films and connects filmmakers who have works-in-progress (features or series) to industry representatives. Due to COVID-19 and anticipated public health directives, OINY
2021 Vilcek Prizes for Creative Promise in Filmmaking The Vilcek Foundation will award three Creative Promise Prizes of $50,000 each to young foreign-born filmmakers who demonstrate outstanding early achievement. Eligible genres include narrative, animation, documentary, and experimental filmmaking. Why Should You Apply? 3 Filmmaking prizes will
Reading period is currently open until August 15, 2020. For its next issue, Evocations Review is seeking general fiction, poetry, and artwork submissions as well as submissions for a creative nonfiction contest. To submit, please adhere to the full submissions guidelines below. No fee for
iJungle 2020 Illustration Awards is a competition to celebrate the world´s art of illustration. Located in Europe, it is opened to illustrators, agencies, representatives, students and teachers all over the world . iJungle 2019 has 6 categories: Book, Editorial, Comics, Commercial, New Talent (Student), Self-Promotion
APE is a biannual design competition with change at its heart. It is about stimulating a shift in the mindset of creatives to encourage responsible thinking. And allowing you to contribute your creativity toward change. For this debut edition, we give you a reusable glass
During March, Kickstarter will highlight short films on its homepage for the very first time. The Kickstarter team is raising the visibility of shorts on the platform for one month. If you want to participate, you can launch your project anytime between March 1st –
Elsa Nilsson is looking for two video artists to create visual companion pieces to music written based on rhythms of crowds chanting “Black Lives Matter” and “Enough is Enough.” Elsa’s mission with this music is both to express my feelings around the issues I care
Heart to Soul Cardiac Wellness is offering a semester long project for film students at New School beginning in January 2020. The goal is to get an 8 week cardiac wellness program into an online digital format to increase audience outreach. A word from the organiser: “I
The CenCom team is gearing up for a new season of engaging events, from summits and panel sessions to site visits that put you in the room with doers and decision makers—and help you blaze your own trail with a career in media and communications.
‘POC in Audio’ Directory Aims to Diversify the Podcasting Industry In her 2018 acceptance speech for Best New Artist at the Third Coast International Audio Festival, Phoebe Wang called out the overwhelming whiteness of the podcast industry. So she and four of her friends and colleagues decided
Center for Communication to Honor Disney’s Rita Ferro at Annual Award Luncheon The Center for Communication announced July 9 that Rita Ferro, President, Disney Advertising Sales, will receive its Frank Stanton Award for Excellence in Communication at the Center’s annual luncheon at the New York event space
Student Spotlight Where are you interning this summer? We want to hear all about it. Did you stay in the city or did you head back home? Are you working on anything special? Fact: We love showcasing student work. We want to feature the next generation of storytellers
Girls Write Now (girlswritenow.org) is building their class of 2020 to make sure they have a diverse and dedicated community of volunteer mentors. Girls Write Now is a nationally award-winning nonprofit and New York’s first and only mentoring organization for girls. For more than 20
Tubi chief content officer Adam Lewinson, Awesomeness TV co-head Shelley Zimmerman, media investors Jeff Berman and Raina Kumra and “Sorry to Bother You” producer Nina Yang Bongiovi are joining TheWrap’s Grill conference on June 5 at The London West Hollywood. Now in its 10th year, the digital-first news site TheWrap is bringing a
Bloomsbury is seeking a Graphic Designer who is highly creative, self motivated, and has excellent organization and communication skills. They publish award-winning literary fiction and non-fiction books and are looking for a talented and creative designer with interest in both. Requirements Prepare jacket, cover, and
MARGARET MEAD FILM FESTIVAL Submissions Deadline is May 1 The 43rd Annual Margaret Mead Film Festival, the preeminent international showcase for contemporary cultural storytelling, will screen an outstanding lineup of international documentaries this fall, running October 17–20, 2019. Each year, the festival presents remarkable films and
tba: Journal of Art, Visual Culture, and Media, is an annual peer-reviewed journal organized by graduate students of the Visual Arts Department at Western University in London, Ontario. It provides an interdisciplinary forum for emerging and independent scholars and artists by bringing together studio, art
The Battle for The Soul of New York is a documentary about the great local NYC businesses that make New York what it is. Famous classic places and plucky upstarts, mom n pop shops and businesses of all shapes and sizes tell their stories. Are these
RADICAL NEW FILM WORKSHOP PROGRAM CREATED BY BROOKLYN FIRE PROOF, INAUGURAL SCREENING ANNOUNCED Brooklyn Fire Proof Classroom Brings Together Legendary Filmmaking Collective Millennium Film Workshop and Job Path for New Media Education BROOKLYN, NY – Brooklyn Fire Proof (BFP), the creative complex of movie studios,
Entries are now open for Show Me Shorts 2019. This is the 14th edition of Aotearoa New Zealand’s leading international short film festival. A traveling festival that reaches 28 venues nationwide, from Kaitaia to Stewart Island, and even a special screening in Antarctica! Show Me
Troma Entertainment has two open spots for Observer Volunteers at their legendary cult film studio in Queens, NY. Get to work with the Troma Team and legendary filmmaker Lloyd Kaufman, creator of The Toxic Avenger. Gain experience working in the Troma office, helping on shoots,
The Laundromat Project 2019 Create Change Residency and Fellowship programs, February 18 Application Deadline
Apply to The Laundromat Project 2019 Create Change Residency and Fellowship programs! Application Deadline: Monday, February 18; 11:59 pm Program Dates: April – October, 2019 The Laundromat Project is building our 2019 Create Change artist development program around the theme: Abundance. We are looking for artists, cultural producers, and makers
Call for Submissions: The Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies (CMCS) Bridging Gaps Conference, Deadline March 18
Extended abstract deadline: March 18. 2019 NYC 2019 CMCS 8th International Conference Bridging Gaps: Re-Fashioning Stories for Celebrity Counterpublics Terrace Club at Club Quarters New York City, USA Friday, August 30 – Sunday, September 1 The Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies (CMCS) Bridging Gaps conference series, with the
FREELANCE ALERT! We’re looking for black writers to contribute to IGN for Black History Month. Have you got a unique take on a video game or the industry? We want to hear from you! Pitch me at email@example.com