Produced by the City of Saskatoon in partnership with PAVED Arts. This call is open to all Saskatoon-based video, film or media artists.
We are looking for short video or film works to be screened as a part the 2016 Culture Days festivities: Saturday, October 1st at 8pm. Selected works will be projected onto the west facing pier of the Senator Sid Buckwold (Idylwyld) Bridge, visible from the west side of the South Saskatchewan River. On-site video projector and audio speakers will be assembled for the screening.
This years themes for I Am The Bridge are: Food, antiracism and newcomers. We encourage applicants to consider how, for example, food may be a “bridge” to stop racism, or to develop a video short that in a general, literal or abstract way touches on any of the expressed themes. Short video pieces made in specific relation to this call will be considered alongside of older works that fit the general thematic tone. This will be an open event, free to the public and ALL AGES. Screening fees will be paid for those works selected.
All interested artists should apply with the following:
- Accepted support material format: NTSC (Quicktime file, .mov) on a Data DVD, must be in ISO cross-platform (Windows or Mac) format.
- 8 mm and 16mm Film works are welcome but must be transferred to video and submitted in the above format.
- Works of 15 minutes or less will be considered.
Vimeo or Youtube link submissions are welcome.
A short artist statement about your video piece (not to exceed 300 words).
Applications must be received no later than Friday, September 2nd at 5pm.
Email submissions should include a link for Dropbox, WeTransfer, or other large file transfer service, for delivering quicktime movie support material. Please send submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.orgData-DVD discs may be sent to: I Am The Bridge c/o PAVED Arts
424 20th Street West, Saskatoon, SK. S7M 0X4