CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Toronto Queer Film Festival


CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:  Toronto Queer Film Festival

Decolonizing Sexualities

Student Showcase

DEADLINE: October 6th, 2018

 
DateSaturday, October 6, 2018 - 12:00pm

Email

 TQFFstudentshowcase@gmail.com    

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:  Toronto Queer Film Festival

Decolonizing Sexualities

Student Showcase

DEADLINE: October 6th, 2018

This year’s TQFF is showcasing student work!

Who can submit? Any student living in Toronto/GTA

What exactly? Film + video art under 20 minutes.

Who’s programming? A student trio from OCAD University's Integrated Media Program.

The Toronto Queer Film Festival showcases contemporary, innovative, queer and trans film and video art. We are especially interested in supporting formally experimental films and/or social justice themed projects that center the experiences of Indigenous people, people of color, people with disabilities, transgender people, sex workers, porn makers, and other communities often marginalized in contemporary LGBT cultural programming and spaces.

Our 2018 festival theme is “Decolonizing Sexualities.” As such, we will be prioritizing submissions by and about Indigiqueer/Trans/2 Spirit filmmakers and filmmakers of color that address issues of colonization, decolonization, settler colonialism, experiences of living in and resisting racist/colonial societies, migration, and/or any other topics of relevance to the theme of Decolonizing Sexualities.

This year's festival will take place November 1 - 4, 2018 at OCAD University.

What to submit?

- a link to or a file of your video/film

- one PDF file containing a description of the work (max 200 words) + a short bio (max 200

words)

Where to submit? TQFFstudentshowcase@gmail.com

There is no submission fee.

If you have any questions, comments or accessibility notes, please contact Lisa, Amanda or

Jeremy at TQFFstudentshowcase@gmail.com

DateSaturday, October 6, 2018 - 12:00pm

Email

 TQFFstudentshowcase@gmail.com    

Website

https://www.facebook.com/events/304143436808556/

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Saturday, October 6, 2018 - 12:00pm

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:  Toronto Queer Film Festival

Decolonizing Sexualities

Student Showcase

DEADLINE: October 6th, 2018

This year’s TQFF is showcasing student work!

Who can submit? Any student living in Toronto/GTA

What exactly? Film + video art under 20 minutes.

Who’s programming? A student trio from OCAD University's Integrated Media Program.

The Toronto Queer Film Festival showcases contemporary, innovative, queer and trans film and video art. We are especially interested in supporting formally experimental films and/or social justice themed projects that center the experiences of Indigenous people, people of color, people with disabilities, transgender people, sex workers, porn makers, and other communities often marginalized in contemporary LGBT cultural programming and spaces.

Our 2018 festival theme is “Decolonizing Sexualities.” As such, we will be prioritizing submissions by and about Indigiqueer/Trans/2 Spirit filmmakers and filmmakers of color that address issues of colonization, decolonization, settler colonialism, experiences of living in and resisting racist/colonial societies, migration, and/or any other topics of relevance to the theme of Decolonizing Sexualities.

This year's festival will take place November 1 - 4, 2018 at OCAD University.

What to submit?

- a link to or a file of your video/film

- one PDF file containing a description of the work (max 200 words) + a short bio (max 200

words)

Where to submit? TQFFstudentshowcase@gmail.com

There is no submission fee.

If you have any questions, comments or accessibility notes, please contact Lisa, Amanda or

Jeremy at TQFFstudentshowcase@gmail.com

Website: 
https://www.facebook.com/events/304143436808556/
Email: 
 TQFFstudentshowcase@gmail.com    
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