SCREEN2018. International call for photoworks on audiovisual format
This year we’re turning the Screen night into an international call for photographers using the audiovisual format as final means of dissemination of their work.
Showcasing 10 shortlisted videos, an international jury conformed by relevant professionals on the medium of photography will appoint one single winner that will receive a 1000eu. cash prize (Taxes excluded*)
Jury: Laura El-Tantawy, Irene de Mendoza, Natasha Christia and Emillie Hallard.
Who can participate?
- Photographers from any corner of the world, professionals or not.
- Must be 18+ years old to enter.
How to participate?
- There are no fees of participation. .
- There’s no specific topic or requirements regarding the methods used. .
- One single proposal per participant. .
- We will give priority to unpublished projects. .
-The deadline day 30 of September.
* Note that not meeting the following guidelines will be automatically excluding your
proposal from the selection process, sorry guys!.
- Credits, text and other mentions must appear in English or with an english translation.
- Basic information as the title and name of the author must appear at the beginning AND the end of the program respectively.
- In case the photo project shown has an introduction text, make sure it doesn’t exceed a 70 words limit. Remember it must appear in English or with its
- The video should be sent as a QuickTime file (.mov)
- As a guideline, the average tempo of this kind of production is around 10 images per minute. )
- Maximum length of the slideshow is 3min. )
- Export your video at a fair good quality for a big projected screen. (1024x768Pixels at least
Please add the following information in the same email:
- Name of the author or collective.
- Title of the project.
- Short project statement.
- Duration of the slideshow, to the second.
- Software used to create the slideshow.
- Musical credits.
- Please avoid sending us PowerPoints, Flash or video DVD’s.
- The commonest editing tools are iMovie, Keynote, Premiere and FinalCut. We kindly encourage you to stick to one of those.
- After import and export, check that the proportions of your photos are accurate, that there are no deformed images, 6X6 are still square, etc.
- For exporting the video use always the top available compression.
- It is better to avoid too-rapid movements (tracking shots, zooms, etc.) which can result in weird transitions during the screening.
- Ensure that sound levels are calibrated and uniform during the whole program. Export the sound without compression (16 bits, 44.1 or 48 KHz)