Call for artists!
Performance artists all around the world are invited to send proposals for INPORT, International video-performance and video documentary Festival, in Tallinn, Estonia on November 2004.
Last year we received nearly 200 videos, from Britain, Canada, Poland, Holland, Ireland, Italy, Germany, Uruguay, Russia, USA, Finland, Switzerland, Peru, Spain, Japan, Serbia, Sweden, Scotland, Macedonia, Turkey, Mexico, Belgium, Norway, France, Slovenia, Brazil, Australia and Estonia. On the INPORT Festival was presented 38 videos by artists from around the world.
More info about last year Festival on the offical web-site: http://www.inport.tk/
It is a great opportunity to show your works to Estonian audience! This is non-profit Festival and unfortunately we got a very small budget so we can only show your video/videos on the singel screen. We can\’t offer artistic fees, accomondation or travel expenses. After Festival we make the on-line cataloge on the Festival web-site.
Performance artists are invited to submit proposals for festival in the following categories:
Video-performance (performances made specally for camera) Video documentary (video documentations of performances)
Formats accepted: VHS (PAL only), miniDV (PAL only), VCD, DVD
There is no limit of lenght, but please do not send the masters!
There are no official entry forms or entry fees!
Enclosed with the video/videos you must send the following (on the paper or CD-R/Word document):
Performance artist or group name
Performance date, venue, Festival or event where it was first performed
Brief resume of the performance artist
Contact info (e-mail, postal address, etc.)
Deadline: 10.September 2004(postal stamp)
No materials will not to be returned, but will be kept in the Festival archive for the projects in the future and for interested curators and artfestivals organizers!
Send all materials to:
All deliveries from international participants must be marked: NO COMMERCIAL VALUE – FOR CULTURAL PURPOSES ONLY;
If you have any questions, please contact:
INPORT curator and organizer