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Moving Image Centre Update 15 April


Mic Update 15.04.04

Got through your easter eggs yet? Sent us your films yet?
Hey, its the first Shortfuse of the year....


Shortfuse41 : A Night Of Shortfilms

This Sunday night, 7.30pm at the Classic Comedy bar - we're showcasing the latest and greatest shorts. Featuring the experimental eye-fest of David Eggleton's Teleprompter, the dry wit of Marc Laureano's Cake, a tasty sampler of films from Michelle Menzies... and more and more... Only $6 for MIC members, Bcard holders and students, and $8 for others.
SF41 Lineup: 'When Time Becomes a Loop' Rachel Dreyer 'Teleprompter' David Eggleton Ornamental Screens Michelle Menzies 'It All Happened So Quickly' Paul Scantlebury 'I Peter 2:2' Chungmin Moon 'Cake' Marc Laureano 'Its All About Me' David Sullivan 'The Hitch' Simon Clark


Homegrown : Call For Entries


The Moving Image Centre will once again present the cream of the latest crop of NZ made short film at this years New Zealand Film Festivals. Homegrown features the best New Zealand shorts made in the last 18 months, and screens in cinemas in 12 main centres
We are Seeking Films from all genres and formats with preferred length of less than 20 minutes. Deadline for submissions is Friday 30th of April. Works mastered to Film and Video are accepted.
This programme will be selected by a committee of leading filmmakers.
Download an entry form from mic's website www.mic.org.nz or call and request one to be posted out.
Please send a preview VHS to HOMEGROWN, Po Box 78172, Grey Lynn, Auckland or drop it into MIC's offices at Level 1, 300 K'Road, AK


Sonic Sampler : Call For Entries

MIC is seeking sound based, VJ/ DJ collaborations and/or experimental film and video works for possible selection in an MIC selected Film Festival programme. Films up to 25 minutes will be considered.
This programme will be selected by a committee of leading filmmakers.
Please send a preview VHS to SONIC SAMPLER, Po Box 78172, Grey Lynn, Auckland or drop it into MIC's offices at Level 1, 300 K'Road, AK

Fringe Festival Entries

The 17th Wellington Fringe Film Festival will be held at The Paramount Theatre in Wellington from 5-9 July, 2004. There is no selection process and no entry fee although you must attend. The philosophy behind the Fringe is to establish a valuable support network, encourage debate and challenge film makers to push the boundaries. Mentors will host forums and facilitate question and answer periods which follow each film.
Short Film Programme To enter the Short Film Programme, please fill out an entry form, enclose a VHS preview tape and send it to the Wellington Fringe Film Festival, PO Box 9207, Te Aro, Wellington, by 7 May. Please read the rules and regulations provided or visit our web site for more information. Schools please note that entry forms must be filled out by students.
Special Fringe Competition To enter the Special Fringe Competition make a film of no longer than 3 minutes (including credits) that contains a reference to "Orange". We're looking for originality and innovation within this theme. The competition will be judged by the Festival's mentors and prizes will be awarded after the screenings on Thursday 8 July. To enter, please fill out an entry form, enclose a screening copy and send it to Special Fringe Competition, PO Box 9207, Te Aro, Wellington by 4 June. Please read the rules and regulations.

For entry forms and further information please visit our web site atwww.fringefilmfest.co.nz or call (04) 802-4942. Newcomers please check out our 'Guide to the Fringe'.


Outdoor Screenings : Seeking Films

Seeking Documentaries, animations, short films, features, clay-mation, music videos.- no real criteria, but are looking for a wide variety that represent the creativity of our culture. Our motive is to raise money and awareness for a local Auckland radio station Fleet FM 88.3. My ideals are based on artists networking and sharing resources.
Films should be in DVD or mini DV format (preferred) but can include VHS films need to be received by me here in Auckland by the 26th of April 2004
Contact Rachael Patching heartquark@hotmail.com 021 251 8276

Shortcuts Cologne Entries

Call for Entries

Dear filmmakers, friends and colleagues,
The Koelner-Filmhaus celebrates it´s 7th International Short Film Festival short cuts cologne from December 1-5, 2004 in Cologne, Germany. We are now inviting submissions from filmmakers all over the world for our International Competition, the deadline for the receipt of entries is the 15th August 2004. All genre and formats are welcome! Please send us all preview-copies on VHS cassettes (pal/ntsc) or DVD only. The Entry Form and Regulations are attached to this email and can also be downloaded from our website www.koelner-filmhaus.de, where you will find soon further information about the festival. If there are any questions, please contact our new festival director Marita Lenze.
Lots of success and best regards
your festivalteam short cuts cologne n°7
presse@koelner-filmhaus.de www.koelner-filmhaus.de

Animation And Digital Art

Call for Entries Dates: 30 Apr Location: International, Singapore Think you can create the next Nemo, Shrek or Gollum? Co-organised by SIGGRAPH Singapore Chapter and MDA, ComGraph2004 is Calling for Entries now! Submission deadline: 30 April 2004. ComGraph 2004 http://www.3dsense.net/pages/frame_main/frame_main.php? g_section=comgraph&

Documentaries To Make Life Real

Dates: 29 Apr - 28 May Location: National, Australia Melbourne, March 30, 2004- REAL: Life on Film is Australia's only film festival dedicated to screening contemporary documentary films. REAL showcases local and international films that address diverse and challenging subjects and presents alternative visions of the world. http://au.movies.yahoo.com/n/ink/n/ news_30_documentaries_to_make_life_real_at_acmi.html


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