Cairo Video Festival for video art and experimental film – Open Call

Cairo Video Festival for video art and experimental film – Open Call

This Deadline Expired: Friday, April 30, 2021

Medrar for Contemporary Art is launching its open call for the 10th edition of Cairo Video Festival, which will be held in October 2021. The festival continues its focus on providing a platform for sharing and discussing newly produced video art and experimental film. Based on their experience in the previous edition, the 10th edition will continue to focus on expanding its non-conventional venues. Programs will be screened among venues scattered around the city, in addition to theatre screenings and exhibitions to promote, expand and harvest attention to the practice.

The 10th edition of the Cairo Video Festival comes to culminate the many steps and stages that represent shared experiences with video art and experimental film, and also summarizes their recurrent inquiries about the relationship between the arts and the reality we live in, the current events and the eagerness to experiment and to add new and different values ​​with each edition. It is an opportunity yearned for with every edition to enjoy witnessing all these innovations, experiences and new concepts from around the world, and to share them with the public.

They are now launching an open call for submission to all video artists and experimental filmmakers from various technical fields. The festival also encourages designers and developers who work in the fields of virtual reality, animation, interactive softwares, and artistic games via the Internet, computers or smartphones to respond to the call. Likewise, those who emphasize the use of the moving image in their installations or live performances. Curators and institutions involved in the production and distribution of video art and experimental film are also encouraged to submit their programs. The festival program takes the format of a series of showcases, accompanied by talks and discussions with active video-makers and curators to tackle some of the key themes and issues addressed in the works.

Check out the previous edition here.

Learn more here.

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Kevin Broad
Kevin Broad

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Kevin Broad uses novel, unfamiliar methods in his search for the elusive. Expression surges through act of painting, capturing ephemera with singular force.…

Kevin Broad uses novel, unfamiliar methods in his search for the elusive. Expression surges through act of painting, capturing ephemera with singular force.…

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János Korodi
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Brent Crothers
Brent Crothers
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