The 18th Seoul International Newmedia Festival



Deadlines

05 Mar 2018
Call for entries

08 Apr 2018
Final deadline

Address

#201, 43 Susaek-ro, Seodaemun-gu,  03715, Seoul, Seoul, South Korea


Festival description
Short Films 40'<
Feature Films >60'


Qualifiers
 
Festival requirements
 Fiction
 Documentary
 Animation
 Fantastic
 Terror
 Experimental
 Music Video
 Other
 Genres
 Any Theme
 Has submission fees
 International Festival
 Physical Location
 January 2016
 Production countries: Any
 Shooting countries: Any
 Director nationalities: Any
 Debut Films 
 School projects 
 Languages 
Korean English
 Subtitles 
Korean English
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• Media-based works completed after January 2016, which show alternative, experimental and creative insight in themes and forms.

• Any form of works available for screening including alternative fiction film, visual film (video art), video performance, dance film, found-footage film, essay film, documentary, etc..

• The work must be subtitled in English or Korean unless the dialogue is in Korean or English.

Festival start: 15 August 2018      Festival end: 24 August 2018

Seoul International New Media Festival (NeMaf) is the annual festival that shows media-based art with innovative spirit in its themes and forms.

The types of works we show include single-channel video arts, media arts, documentaries, found-footage films, essay films, experimental films, and so on. It takes place at multiple cinemas around Seoul.

It has been founded and showcased more than 2,000 media-based works and discovered 1,000 artists since it was founded in 2000.

NeMaf now opens for submissions and seeks innovative films and media art works.

• If your work is selected for ‘Golcal Propose’ section, it is eligible to win the following prizes, which are worth approximately 10 million KRW in total.

• Awards: Best Korean Propose,Best Glocal Propose, Korean Alternative Cinema, and Audience Jury Award

• If your work is selected for non-competition sections at NeMaf 2018, NeMaf Program Committee will decide which section it will be shown in, and inform you.

• Media-based works completed after January 2016, which show alternative, experimental and creative insight in themes and forms.

• Any form of works available for screening including alternative fiction film, visual film (video art), video performance, dance film, found-footage film, essay film, documentary, etc..

• The work must be subtitled in English or Korean unless the dialogue is in Korean or English.

  

 
  

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