VIDEO HOOK-UPS OPEN CALLS:
VIDEO HOOK-UPS Call for Proposals – Deadline: 2/15/2018
Submission form and further details: https://goo.gl/forms/pr4qPAsfAGYvjZPp1
VIDEOHOOK-UPS (https://videohook-ups.com/) accepts pitches for both articles and video tutorials concerning experimental film and contemporary video art. A collective for unconventional video, VIDEO HOOK-UPS seeks to motivate and inspire contemporary work through the exchange of art and ideas. The first deadline for article and video proposals is February 15th, 2018; a new deadline will be established each month.
Current rates: accepted article pitch authors will be paid $25 for a completed essay meeting VH-U editorial approval. Approved filmmakers will be paid $50 for their work upon VH-U editorial approval and completion.
Some topics of interest to VH-U:
– social media and video
– interviews with filmmakers
– projection mapping
– machinima, Second Life
– video synthesis
– bridging the gap between cinema and video art
– organization and search of media assets through stock or Creative Commons websites
If you have any questions, please contact us: videohookups [at] gmail [dot] com
‘Just Experimenting: Playing the Edge of Film’ Open Call – Deadline: 5/24/2018
Submission form and further details: https://goo.gl/forms/FIWl6ipW6Lxk4hTJ2
OPEN CALLS FROM AROUND THE WEB / AROUND THE WORLD:
Open call deadline 31st January 2018
An open call for isthisit?’s fourth publication, which will be available to view online and in physical book copies. The overriding theme of the publication will be considering the rise of artificial intelligence in contemporary consciousness, world wide automation, neural networks and machine learning.
You are invited to submit to isthisit?’s fourth publication, which will be available to view online and in physical limited edition books. If your application is received successfully you will receive a free digital copy of the issue.
The overriding theme of issue 4 will be considering the rise of artificial intelligence in contemporary consciousness, world wide automation, neural networks and machine learning.
You’re invited to submit any and all types of work that fit under this loose theme, from videos to physical sculptures, net art to paintings. We are also looking for academic (and not so academic) essays that consider these ideas.
To submit email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘issue 4 submission’ alongside your work, description, artist/writers bio, links to website, Facebook and Instagram (for promotional purposes) and anything else you’d like us to consider.