GLASS, MEET THE FUTURE 2021 CALL OUT (ENGLISH VERSION)

APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN

Following on from the success of “GLASS, MEET THE FUTURE 2020” in July 2020 online at North Lands Creative, we are pleased to announce that we will proceed with Glass, Meet the Future in 2021. This Film Festival will take place both online and live at the Toyama Glass Art Museum in Japan.

 

Applications are now open for female artists/ filmmakers who wish to participate in the second presentation of the Glass, Meet the Future Film Festival 2021. We are interested to hearing from female glass artists using the medium of film and glass in their work, or documentary-style film about glass, making and materials.

Simone Fezer “Frame by Frame” Photo Credit Patrizia Sichmanova.

FILM FESTIVALS

glass, meet the future digital film festival
online at north lands creative
05 - 21 march 2021

Glass, Meet the Future 2021 Digital Film Festival will showcase a cross section of international diverse and engaging series of short films curated and directed by female artists and filmmakers using glass as the predominant feature.

glass, meet the future film festival
live in japan at the toyama glass art museum
october 2021

GMTF Part 1 will showcase the 2020 and 2021 programmes, featuring a cross section of international diverse and engaging series of short films curated and directed by female artists and filmmakers using glass as the predominant feature.

GMTF Part 2 will screen the ‘The Soul of a Statue’ by Martin Janecky and Tom Hogben 

GMT Part 3 will feature a series of documentaries featuring artists across the Creative Europe ISGNE network.

HOW TO APPLY

Primary content should be glass based.

  • Films must have been made since 1 January 2017.
  • Short films only. 
  • They can be a few seconds long, and although we’d prefer no longer than 10 minutes, we will accept up to a maximum of 15 minutes including credits.

APPLY NOW

Please complete the application form HERE or email the following information to info@northlandscreative.co.uk

  • Artist biography: Please tell us about you, your creative work, and recent projects or exhibitions. (100 words)
  • Description of the film work: Please outline the background and context to the film you are submitting (50 words)
  • Link to work: Please provide a link to the film you wish to submit (preferably with a Vimeo or YouTube link).
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  •  DEADLINE Monday 22nd December 2020

This project has been made possible with the support of the UK in Japan Programme supported by British Council Scotland, Creative Scotland and British Embassy in Tokyo. And it also has been cooperated with Toyama Institute of Glass Art, Toyama Glass Art Museum.