(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
Last week, Withoutabox
asked our Readers to give them a bit of insight on our review process and the season ahead. Check out what they had to say to put your best script forward!
The Screenplay Competition Early Deadline is April 7th, submit today and learn more about the competition here
Two premiere cinema organizations have partnered to bring fresh independent films to ArcLight audiences with the Slamdance Cinema Club.
(LOS ANGELES, CA—February 16, 2015) Beginning March 2015, movie lovers in Los Angeles will have another reason to celebrate with the premiere of Slamdance Cinema Club
, a new series of independent films titles to be shown exclusively at ArcLight Cinemas
. Each month, the Slamdance Cinema Club
will select new independent films from the 2015 Slamdance Film Festival to be screened at ArcLight Hollywood followed by a filmmaker Q&A, with high-profile surprise guests and moderators.