Get your art into public space with Art By Chance

0 Posted by - January 8, 2010 - Blog, Installations, Public art, Screen
Art art everywhere

Art art everywhere

Sent to us from Art By Chance: Ultra Short Film Festival:

IT’S TIME TO MOVE!
ART BY CHANCE is the brand new “Ultra Short Film Festival” that will be aired in May 2010 all around the world. Films will meet with us unexpected, non-theatrical venues around the world on digital advertising screens located inside metros, busses, railways, public transport.
ART BY CHANCE present urban dwellers with stimulating content thus colouring the time slices that are usually considered dead.

UNIQUE SHORT FILM FORM AS WELL AS THE SCREENING
ART BY CHANCE opens to movies of all kinds; fiction, animation, documentary and video art with the exception of training and advertising films. Enthusiastic and creative international film makers will be preparing 30 seconds long, films*, on “Time”.  Participants also submit online from  www.artbychance.org

IN THE SUMMER OF 2009 MILLIONS OF PEOPLE WERE CAUGHT BY A SHORT FILM
Last year festival aired May-June-July 2009 in 13 countries and in over 70 cities around the world for the first time and was viewed by more than 1 billion people worldwide.

ALL THE WORLD’S WAITING TO SEE YOUR SHORT FILM!
ART BY CHANCE is currently partnering with many digital advertising network operators throughout the world. With these partnerships ART BY CHANCE realize a revolutionary event allowing art to meet millions of people around the world. The best festival entries will be selected by an international jury and will be screened. ART BY CHANCE films took place on 7907 screens in 20 different networks.

LARGEST AUDIENCE EVER REACHED BY A PUBLIC ART EVENT
ART BY CHANCE is going to allow film makers to share their work with a large audience. Viewers around the world will have the opportunity to watch the best festival movies free of charge and within the course of their daily routine. This is the largest audience ever reached by a short film festival. Reaching so many people can only be possible by taking the screenings outside the theatres where the urban people can see it without an effort.

Seems like an opportunity to insert some political into the public.

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