LightCube Video is seeking video and experimental film works exploring the themes of Freedom and Independence and their relation to Sustainability: societal, economic and environmental.
Inspired in part by US troop’s Afghanistan remake of Lady Gaga’s video Telephone, the original Gaga video, and ongoing terrorist attacks in the United States, artists are invited to create/submit a video or film exploring their ideas of Freedom and Independence, with an eye toward whether an open, free society is sustainable. Not necessarily looking for music videos, but anything goes. No minimum or maximum length requirement.
Chosen, curated videos will be exhibited at Visual Voice Art Gallery in Montreal, and given online exposure and sales potential on LightCubevideo.com. Online digital formats will be specially formatted for fine art collectors or film distribution.
The FREEDOM SPARKS VIDEO AND FILM FESTIVAL will open July 1 (Canadian Independence Day) and run through the 4th of July, (American Independence Day) for two weeks.
THERE IS NO ENTRANCE FEE. Works will be curated by selected independent curators.
DEADLINE: May 30, 2010.
Please send a link to your submitted work (with CV and artists statement if applicable) to Curator@LightCubeVideo.com, OR send an authored DVD with your video/film, CV and artists statement to
Orb/FREEDOM SPARKS Video and Film Festival
421 Hudson Street
New York, NY 10014
SPONSORS AND PARTNERS
LightCubevideo.com is a new sales site for exciting video art and experimental film. Proposals and curators are accepted on a rolling basis. Videos and films are sold online with a Burn-to-DVD application and rented with HD streaming. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or check out Freshmintvideo.com.