Call for Entries: Berlin fashion Film Festival

ARTSTHREAD - Call for Entries: Berlin fashion Film Festival

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Website: Berlin fashion Film Festival

Location/Experience: any

How: Complete online application form

Deadline: May 14 2014

Berlin fashion Film Festival is gearing up for its third edition, which will take place in July during Berlin Fashion Week from July 08-11 2014.

The Berlin fashion Film Festival has started accepting submissions for its third edition. The event will take place in July 2014 in Berlin, during Berlin Fashion Week, and it will consist of three public screenings on July 8 and 9, the Berlin fashion Film Festival Award Ceremony on July 10, and the Berlin fashion Film Festival Party on July 11.

View the Berlin fashion Film Festival 2013 winners on ARTS THREAD.

Fashion designers, filmmakers, photographers, production companies and advertising agencies are invited to submit their fashion films directly on the Berlin fashion Film Festival website. All films will be reviewed and considered for the official 2014 selection, which will be finalised by May 31, 2014.

The selected films will be judged by an international jury including Not Just a Label’s founder Stefan Siegel, Vimeo’s lead curator Jordan McGarry, fashion designer Charlie le Mindu, Serviceplan’s executive creative director worldwide Maik Kähler, Esmod Munich designer and art director Ingo Brack, and Berlin-based stylist Jan Luckenbill.

For the 2013 edition, the Berlin fashion Film Festival received over 500 film submissions from 38 different countries, and was featured in more than 150 media outlets, including Vogue.it, El Pais, MTV, ZDF and The Independent. The 2013 programme will continue its tour until June 2013 across a selected range of international locations, which have included the Cartel in Dubai, Soho House in Berlin, and on February 8, 2014 the Museo del Traje de Madrid; an event organised by the international distribution platform Piovra.

Image credits: Berlin fashion Film Festival 14 / Odditory, Monica Menez

 
 

International Center of Photography

ARTSTHREAD - International Center of Photography

Website: www.icp.org

Online collection: icp.org/collections

Address: 1133 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street, New York NY 10036

Open: Tuesday – Sunday 10.00 – 18.00, Friday until 20.00, Monday closed

Admission price: general: $12, students $8

In addition to the temporary exhibitions the Permanent Collection at the International Center of Photography contains more than 100,000 photographs and an extensive selection is viewable online.

Since its opening in 1974, ICP has acquired important historical and contemporary images through a dedicated acquisitions committee and through generous donations and bequests from photographers and collectors. The collection spans the history of the photographic medium, from daguerreotypes to gelatin silver and digital chromogenic prints.

The collection is strongest in its holdings of American and European documentary photography of the 1930s to the 1990s. It comprises large bodies of work by W. Eugene Smith, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Farm Security Administration photographers, Alfred Eisenstadt, Lisette Model, Gordon Parks, James VanDerZee, and Garry Winogrand. Recent purchases have included work by contemporary photographers such as Carrie Mae Weems, Justine Kurland, Katy Grannan, Vik Muniz, Tomoko Sawada, and Susan Meiselas.

Another component of the collection is a significant group of photographically illustrated magazines, particularly those published between World War I and II, such as Vu, Regards, Picture Post, Lilliput, Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung, Arbeiter Illustrierte Zeitung, and LIFE.

Qualified researchers may use the Print Study Room to consult materials from ICP’s Collection. Appointments may be made by contacting the Collections Assistant via fax at 212.768.4688 or email. Please provide your name, address, a detailed description of the research topic and works you would like to see, phone contact number, and date and time requested. ICP staff will respond to help ensure that our holdings can meet your research needs.

Image credit: Laurie Simmons, Woman/Red Couch/Newspaper, 1978. © Laurie Simmons. Gift of Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz, 2010