Onedotzero, the moving image and digital arts organisation that co-curated the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Decode: Digital Design Sensations exhibition earlier this year, is looking for talented creatives for another exciting prospect it has tucked up its sleeves.
The Onedotzero Adventures in Motion festival, which will be held at London’s BFI Southbank for five days in November, is one of the longest-running digital short film festivals in the world. Providing a platform for image-makers to get their work seen by fellow creatives, the festival allows artists to explore new ideas through short films, installations, interactive work and live audiovisual performances.
But why tell you about it now? Well, Onedotzero is currently looking for films, motion graphics and generative art to be shown at November’s festival.
There are four categories – innovative shorts, feature films, live audiovisual performances and installations – and it is free to enter. Hurry though, as the submission deadline is 30 June.
For more information about the categories, visit www.onedotzero.com/submissions.
The Onedotzero_Adventures in Motion festival runs from 10-14 November at the BFI Southbank, London