Microcinema International has released a call for entries for their next Independent Exposure program – “Up in Smoke.” They’re looking for original short moving image works of 15 minutes or less that explore architecture as a central character through its catastrophic affect on its surroundings. By looking at all means of reinforcing,
subverting, documenting, building and destroying architecture of any form, scale, and social level, this series hopes to expose architecture in a state of change. All genres of work will be considered.
A 1+ hour program of selected of works will be publicly screened on the side of the Architecture building of Rice University in Houston, Texas on April 12th 2004. This screening will be free, open to the public, and act as the finale to the Up In Smoke Spring ’04 Film Series screened
on the campus of Rice University.
There is no fee to enter.
For more details, visit the Microcinema.
Posted on February 24, 2004 in News by Film Threat Staff
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