SAN FRANCISCO CINEMATHEQUE announces
CROSSROADS 2015: April 10–12 at San Francisco’s Victoria Theatre
CALL FOR ENTRIES HAS NOW CLOSED…THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR SUBMITTING!
Festival program will be announced in early March 2015.
Founded by filmmaker Bruce Baillie in 1961, San Francisco Cinematheque is the Bay Area’s premier venue for avant-garde/experimental, underground and personally expressive film and video work. In its steadfast dedication to exhibiting works of aesthetically radical cinema from all historical eras and geo-political locales, San Francisco Cinematheque celebrates the breadth and depth of this vibrant art form in all its myriad expressivities. Cinematheque seeks submissions of recent films and videos for CROSSROADS 2015, the sixth manifestation of our annual film festival to be held April 10–12 at San Francisco’s Victoria Theatre. CROSSROADS 2015 will showcase new film/video works by emerging and established filmmakers, including performance and works of “live cinema.” Cinematheque seeks submissions of compelling non-commercial, artist-made work of all genres and durations.
Submitted works must have been completed after January 1, 2013.
One submission form or online entry must be received for each work submitted.
CROSSROADS 2015 will (potentially) screen work in the following film/video formats: 8mm, Super-8mm, 16mm, 35mm, QuickTime ProRes and Blu-Ray. We also seek submissions of performance, multi-projector pieces, installations and other para-cinematic forms. Please contact email@example.com with inquiries concerning additional exhibition formats or for more information.
• All entrants will be sent a receipt of submission(s) via email.
• Festival participants will be notified via email by February 15, 2014.
Cinematheque will pay rental fees for all works screened at CROSSROADS.
Questions? Please contact Cinematheque at firstname.lastname@example.org.
pictured above: Alexander Stewart—Peacock, featured in CROSSROADS 2014