teisipäev, 13. oktoober 2015

Robotexi videokonkurss

Võistluse teemaks  on „Robot läbi maailma silmade”.

Kuidas näevad inimesed  roboteid, kuidas näevad teised elusolendid roboteid? Kas robotid on meile ainult kasulikud või esineb nende olemasolus ka negatiivseid aspekte. Laske fantaasial lennata!

Võistlustöö pikkus peab jääma vahemikku 30 sekundit kuni 3 minutit.

Võistlustöö peab vastama teemapüstitusele.

Võistlustööl ei tohi olla kujutatud ebasündsaid asju

Võistlustööd tuleb üles laadida Youtube/Vimeo keskkonda  ning saata link  e-maili  teel triin.lehtmets@robotex.ee

Võistlustööga peab.txt failina kaasa saatma järgneva info:
töö teema;
autori ideed lühidalt tutvustav lõik (3 kuni 5 lauset);
autori nimi;
autori vanus;
autori kontakttelefon;
autori e-mail;
kool/huviring (olemasolul);
juhendaja (olemasolul).

Iga osavõtja võib esitada kuni kaks võistlustööd.

Võistlustööde esitamise tähtaeg on 20.11.2015


Autasustamine toimub 4.– 6. detsembril toimuval Robotex 2015 üritusel TTÜ spordihoones
(Männiliiva tänav 7).

Võitjaid teavitatakse auhindamisest. Auhinna saavad ainult auhindamisele kohale tulnudosalejad. Eelneval kokkuleppel korraldajatega on võimalik auhind kätte saada Robotexi kontorist
aadressil Raja tn 15, Tallinn

Vaata ka teisi Robotexi konkursse:

esmaspäev, 12. oktoober 2015

"Liblikmees" kinodes

9. oktoobril hakkas Eesti kinodes jooksma lühifilmide kassett "Lennud unes ja ilmsi", mis sisaldab nelja lühifilmi.

Teiste hulgas on ka Kinoonude stsenaristikalaagrist läbi käinud "Liblikmees", mille lavastas Edina Csüllög. Film põhineb Mehis Heinsaare novellil ja selle on adapteerinud Urmas Nimetu.

Pikalt haudunud stsenaarium osales Nisi Masa stsenaristika töötoas (2010) ning idee võitis ajaloo esimese Baltic Pitching Forumi (2013).

"No Fishing" ja "Vanameeste näppaja" Cinamonis

Tartu Tudengipäevade jooksul näidatakse Tartu Cinamoni kinos igal õhtul tudengifilme. Teiste hulgas linastuvad ka "No Fishing" (teisipäeval) ja "Vanameeste näppaja".

Seansid toimuvad esmaspäevast neljapäevani kell 19.

Nädala lõpetab reedene Tudengifilmi üritus, kus selguvad aasta parimad tudengifilmid. Ürituse žüriisse kuulub ka Tudengifilmi mitmekordne laureaat Urmas Reisberg.

reede, 9. oktoober 2015

Carbon Culture Poetry Film Prize

We want to integrate film and literary culture. Carbon Culture will award a $1,000 prize for the best poetry film. Zata Kitowski, director of PoetryFilm, will pick the grand prize winner and finalists. The winning entry will receive $1,000. The top five entries will receive high-profile placements across a number of networks, note in a one page ad alongside honorable mentions in our newsstand print and device editions. All entries are considered for sponsored entry to our list of film festivals and poetry film festivals. Deadline for submissions is January 1, 2016.

Rules for Submission
Create a video adaptation of any CCR poem or your original poem.
Post the video to a Youtube or Vimeo account and make it live.
Submit the piece as an Mp4 alongside your bio or team member’s bios to us.
Prize Announcements will be made in April 2016

Film Types
All visual and textual interpretations of any contemporary poem written by you or someone on your team are welcome. Animation (digital or cartoon,) live action, kinetic poems, stop motion, anything you can imagine. We are looking for literal and non-literal interpretations of the poem. How long should it be? That is up to you. Poetry is meant to be heard and we encourage audio.

The prize is open to poets, students, individuals and teams.


Doctor Clip Roma Poetry Film Festival 2015

International Festival of Poetry Film
Fifth Edition

Terms of Entry:
Films no longer than 10 minutes relating to a poem, aesthetically or in their form or content, and produced after October 2013.

Subtitles: English subtitles are required, Italian subtitled are welcome. 
Format: Youtube or Vimeo URL to the video, with password.
The link will be valid till December 5th, 2015
If the film will be selcted for Doctorclip 2015 the author is required to send a copy of the film in the following format (HD Prores 422) for the screening.
Registration Deadline:  November 20th, 2015
Fees: none


5th CYCLOP International Videopoetry Contest

The 5th CYCLOP International Videopoetry Festival will take place on November, 20th and 22th, 2015 in Ukraine (Kyiv). The festival programme features video poetry-related lectures, workshops, round tables, discussions, presentations of international contests and festivals, as well as a demonstration of the best examples of Ukrainian and world videopoetry, a competitive program, an awards ceremony and other related projects.

One of the projects is a new Contest for International Poetry films within the framework of CYCLOP festival. The list of international jury: Alastair Cook (Filmpoem Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland), Zata Banks (PoetryFilm, London, United Kingdom), Javier Robledo (VideoBardo, Buenos Aires, Argentina), John Bennet (videopoet, USA),  Alice Lyons (Videopoet, Sligo, Ireland), Sigrun Hoellrigl (Art Visuals & Poetry, Vienna, Austria), Lucy English (Liberated Words, Bristol, United Kingdom), Polina Horodyska (CYCLOP Videopoetry Festival, Kyiv, Ukraine) and Thomas Zandegiacomo (ZEBRA Poetry Film Festival, Berlin, Germany).

Rules and regulations:
Films of up to 10 minutes duration that are no more than two years old (January 2013) may be entered.
There are no limitation about subject and language restrictions. All films that are not in English must have English subtitles.
Video can be performed in any techniques using any necessary equipment (video, animation, flash etc).
By sending your film, you confirm that the film may be shown at the CYCLOP Videopoetry Festival. The artist must have all property and screening rights.
Each artist can send more than one work.
All videos must be sent with the following characteristics:
File format: .MOV or .AVI.
Standard: PAL. Codec: H264.
Resolution: HD — 1920 x 1080 or 1280 x 720 (16:9) / SD — 640 x 480 (4:3) or 640 x 360 (16:9)
The closing date for entries is 30 September 2015.
All entrants will be informed by e-mail of the results of the call for entries from Oktober 2015 on. Please make sure that your e-mail address is correct.


5th Sadho Poetry Film Festival

Entries are now being invited for the 5th Sadho Poetry Film Fest 2015-16

Deadline: Submission by mail: October 30, 2015
Submission for online preview: October 22, 2015 (if the entry form is submitted through mail.)

The Sadho Poetry Film Fest, the first of its kind in Asia, is a unique biennial festival that showcases the finest Poetry & Poetic Films from all over the world.

The festival has two avatars. The two-day main event is organized at New Delhi every alternate year, in which all the films are screened and the viewers vote for the 'Viewers' Choice Award'. The next year, the festival travels to various cities with abridged screenings, also targeting destinations that are normally left out of the film-festival circuits.

The festival has a special section for poetry films made by students independently or as a part of their film-school curricula.

Sadho also has material exchange partnerships with other important organizations and festivals that focus on this genre of films in other parts of the world, and is always looking for new collaborations.
The screening of the travel festival will begin soon.

We showcase films, that broadly fall into following categories:
Poetry Films – based on or inspired by a poem. Most of the films in the festival are of this genre.
Poetic Films – Films that are highly poetic in their cinematic construction. We include some of the finest of this vast and varied genre in our festival.
Poetry Discourse Films – Films that engage in a debate about the image, the world and life.
Student Poetry Films - Films on poetry made by students as a part of their curriculum or independantly.
Film on poets