Submissions open for the 2016 Film Festival, Slamdance Alumni returns for Manager Position, and programs expand through Slamdance Cinema Club, Slamdance Studios on HULU, and beyond.
(LOS ANGELES, CA---May 29, 2015) Following last year's record breaking submission numbers, Slamdance Film Festival
is now open for 2016 entries with a new program called DIG
and the return of alumni Clementine Leger
as festival manager. At the same time, the organization's distribution arm Slamdance Studios
, is showing major year-round growth for its online and live event enterprises. This month, Slamdance Studios
premieres Slam Collective’s I Want To Be an American
based on the exquisite corpse parlor game, and the wildly successful ArcLight Presents Slamdance Cinema Club
screens Pavan Moondi's & Brian Robertson's Diamond Tongues
and Chris Furbee's Huntington's Dance.
(LOS ANGELES - May 4, 2015) Slamdance DIG
(short for Digital, Interactive & Gaming) is a new program from the Slamdance Film Festival dedicated to emerging independent artists working in new, hybrid and immersive forms of digital media art.
If your work pushes, breaks, or defies the boundaries of storytelling through digital media in any way, we would like to see it. We are primarily interested in a diversity of form and content. If you think your work fits, it likely does.
Artists are encouraged to submit either works in progress or completed projects for consideration. From these submissions, judges will program a showcase that will open in Los Angeles, California in 2015. Selected final works will also have the opportunity to exhibit at the 2016 Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
Submissions are free and open to the public.
For more information on submission materials and to send us your project, click through to our online form: http://bit.ly/1Dz6TIY