Above: Screen capture from Android Porn, one of the DOTMOV 2012 winners.
The DOTMOV Festival Schedule has been announced over at SHIFT (who double up as the festival’s organizers). As usual, the festival will take place at select cities in Asia, North America and Europe.
For the latest information and more details, please see here.…
From their press release:
This year’s total submission of works is 194, coming from 16 different countries. The 13 works have been selected by the guest judges. The Screening of these videos on the websites and venues around the world is from November, 2012.
* The screening schedule of each venues will be released on the website from November 2012.
They have also released the first three shorts for your online consumption pleasure below (starting with the one pictured at …
SHIFT is once again accepting submissions for their world wide, digital short film festival. We’ve featured them for several years in a row now, and the results are always impressive!
From their blog:
Online magazine SHIFT presents DOTMOV Festival 2012, a digital film festival aiming to discover talented creators and provide them with an opportunity to show their works. Screening was took place in 20 places, Hong Kong, London, Stockholm, New York, India, Brazil etc besides Japan last year. Works submitted from all over the world will be screened throughout the world venues from November 2012. Last year’s total
Hæxagon will be the most unique and unmatched video endeavor to be created within Hong Kong in recent years. With an estimated budget of HK$ 300,000 this post-apocalyptic themed short film dares to dwell into the Science Fiction genre. A genre that traditionally holds a vast fan base in Hong Kong but is hardly exploited by local filmmakers.
Hence, Hæxagon wants to fill a long vacant niche within Hong Kong’s filmic landscape and tries to go even further. Bringing Science Fiction elements into a jungle environment, mixed with ingredients of the 1970s doomsday exploitation. Brought to life by a crew …
Are you a Chinese speaker interested in practicing your written English skills, or an English speaker interested in practicing your Traditional Chinese interpretation? And an RPG fan? Here’s something that might interest you!
Verve Fanworks is in the process of fan-translating Dynasty International’s classic Chinese-language RPG, “幽城幻劍錄,” into English. Script translation is 75% complete, and the team is looking for a few more translators to push that measure all the way up to 100%! The original language is Traditional Chinese, and scripts can be provided to interested volunteers in a number of formats for greatest ease. Perfect …
You may have been wondering why we’ve been missing in action for the past few weeks, and if you’re reading this, you will have noticed that we’ve been hard at work on a major overhaul of the site.
Aside from the leap into color, we’ve also added two new sections that I hope reflect on our editorial vision:
- The Business of Cultural Exchange
All about creating and commercializing pop culture. I hope to use this section to get under the hood of the cultural production process. Expect it to be filled with case studies, interviews and occasional reports of odd
SHIFT, a Japan-based international online magazine that features creative culture, has announced the continuation of their short films and calendar competition for 2011-2012. (Last year’s results were quite impressive.) The details for submission have been included below.
DOTMOV Festival 2011
Online magazine SHIFT presents DOTMOV Festival 2011, a digital film festival aiming to discover talented creators and provide them with an opportunity to show their works. Works submitted from all over the world will be screened throughout the world venues from November 2011 (screening schedule will be different depending on the venue). Last year‘s total submission was
To raise awareness for the upcoming Sapporo Biennale 2014, the Sapporo Pre-Biennale Executive Committee are working with Shift Magazine to host an art competition. Submit a proposal for a Sapporo-related art project to be displayed at pre-biennale exhibitions as well as the biennale itself.
The official call for submissions:
Sapporo Pre-Biennale Contemporary Art Exhibition 2011 is holding a International Art-Proposal Competition which includes plans, plan drawings, photographs of maquettes, and sample images. Application period
finishes March 15, 2011has been extended to March 25.
And from their website:
…what would fuel your artistic imagination in Sapporo, or for that