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Electundra 2005 - Audio/Visual Festival - Melbourne

It's the Electundra second birthday and we want to welcome you to the underground alternative. Electundra 2005 is an excursion through sound and image that draws from the avant garde through garage easthetics to tech-head explorations in new technology and all the while keeping you entertained, questioning and above all exhilarated. All the artists in Electundra, no matter how diverse their vision, have one thing in common; and that is that their work is far from common. read more for details or visit http://www.electundra.com

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Liquid Architecture 6 - call for submissions

The Feedback Sessions. Liquid Architecture continues its tradition of providing opportunities for emerging sound artists. For the forthcoming sixth annual Liquid Architecture, the festival presents the Feedback Sessions. The Feedback Sessions are designed to give unpublished and unsigned artists an opportunity to play their work and have it discussed in a public forum with the festival audience. Four, one-hour sessions will be assigned to selected artists to present and discuss their work in the format they choose. The Feedback Sessions are scheduled to take place at the North Melbourne Town Hall over the weekend of 2nd and 3rd of July 2005. read more for details or visit http://www.liquidarchitecture.org.au

Optronica film & music festival (uk)

A hybrid of film festival and music festival, Optronica is a brand new five day event focusing on the convergence of visuals and music. Starting on Wednesday July 20th 2005, Optronica opens with 3 nights of live audiovisual performances at the bfi London IMAX; the World premiere of Plaid & Bob Jaroc's Greedy Baby AV spectacular, the UK premiere of DJ Spooky's solo film remix Rebirth of a Nation and a stunning AV show from ex-Kraftwerk star Karl Bartos. Packed Friday and Saturday schedules follow, with cinema screenings, talks, panel discussions and live performances at the National Film Theatre, where audiovisual acts including Skoltz_Kolgen and People Like Us play at Optronica Lab. On the Friday night, there will be a special live audiovisual performance by Addictive TV on the fly-tower of the National Theatre, with projections visible across the Thames, and a club night Optronica @ The Spitz on the Saturday night with a line-up of DJs and VJs from France, Holland, Poland, the UK and Japan. visit http://www.optronica.org/ for more info

Can A Sista Rock A Mic? festival

Can a sista rock a film? which is part of a week long music festival called can a sista rock a mic? has extended it's submission for shorts & films... Mini dv preferred, but will convert dvds to dvcam for broadcast. Your project will air on Comcast Channels 5 & 6 and Starpower Channels 10 & 11 in Washington, DC. during the month of June (every Thursday) while the week long festivals is happening and after. So get your works in! This is a great chance to have your project broadcast on cable television. No submission fees at all. It's free. More details on the whole "Can A Sista Rock A Mic? week long festival next week at http://www.bgirlmanifesto.com

Vibewire.net e-festival online now

The Vibewire.net e-Festival is now in progress at http://www.vibewire.net/efestival and already is full of a range of fascinating and informative discussions. The e-Festival runs till Monday April 18 and features more than 50 guests across 9 panels, giving you unprecedented opportunities to engage in discussion with some of Australia's and the world's most interesting people including Nancy Soderberg, former US Ambassador to the United Nations, Robert Greenwald, Director of the documentary Outfoxed, Peter Wintonick, the current Adelaide Thinker in Residence and international editor for Canadian film magazine POV and Craig Silvey, author of the acclaimed novel Rhubarb, chosen as the "One Book" of the recent Perth International Arts Festival. The festival is focused around three themes which each contain three panels: Global Issues - with Nancy Soderberg, Adam Ma'anit, Tim Colebatch, World Vision, Alan Wu + more. Panels :: we're rich, they're poor, so what? // global democracy vs global dominance // green becomes grey

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Radiator Digital Cultures Series 2005 (UK)

The Radiator Festival for New Technology Art is offering a diverse programme of new artists' commissions, exhibition, performances, installations, screenings, Trampoline platform events as well as workshops, artists' talks, music events and much more. Visit http://www.radiator-festival.org for details

Electrofringe 2005 festival - calls for submissions

Electrofringe is a hands-on, all-in new media arts festival dedicated to unearthing emergent forms, highlighting nascent trends and encouraging young and emerginging artists to explore technology and its creative possibilities. Electrofringe will take place in Newcastle as part of the This Is Not Art Festival from the 29th September - 3rd. We are now seeking EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST from new media artists, curators, artsworkers, writers and producers. Possible areas for investigation include (but are not limited to) wireless, wearable, sensor based, sound, video, audio/visual, web, networked & online collaborations, software, art & science, robotics, custom electronics, experimental interfaces, media based installations, performance and hybrid practices. Submit via http://www.electrofringe.org/

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Voices from the Waters film festival(India) call for submissions

Water, the source of life, today, has been deviously packaged into a commodity, creating a paucity of water and causing severe trauma to various peoples all over the world. The shortage of drinking water both in urban and rural areas has escalated to an acute level in the last five years, specially heightened by drought and war. This will have serious repercussions for the peoples of the world and the environment. One of the objectives of Water Journeys is to screen films on water issues, water struggles, water conservation and related issues in schools, colleges and communities to start a dialogue on the issue of control and use of water. It aims at networking with agencies involved in the protection and preservation of lakes, rivers and other water bodies. Further Water Journeys will soon start an international journal on water issues. It will address the socio-political and cultural implications of water, making it an interesting and enlightening knowledge source for action. In its 27 years of active involvement, Bangalore Film Society has been instrumental in screening films of internationally acclaimed film directors from all over the world, initiating a process of intercultural dialogue and creating avenues for divergent aesthetic experiences. read more for details or contact deepfocus@bgl.vsnl.net (Anupama Jayaraman, Co ordinator, Water Journeys).

Two Fires Festival, Braidwood, NSW

The inaugural Two Fires aims to discuss, promote, explore issues around environment, conservation, reconciliation and the arts. Held at the town of Braidwood, NSW 45 mins from Canberra, ACT. visit http://www.twofiresfestival.com for details

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