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Vol. 5, Issue 17 of The Poetry Victims is now online...
Featuring Photography by Michael Crowley
and Poetry by Karen Douglass
Call for entries in the "15 Minutes of Fame" Festival of Shorts.
World Without Borders (WWB) is organising it's first festival.
Getting the general public aware (by means of artistic expressions) of the fact that there is a serious in-equality between western and non-western "world" citizens restricting the latter of travel opportunities and the same development possibilities as westerners.
WWB is alwayson the look out for video-artist, animators, documentary makers etc. who wanna contribute their creations to the WWB cause..
Art-work handed in before the 17 dec. will be shown on the festival by the VJ's and/or installation.
Arab documentarians invited to submit works
Aljazeera network and MIPDOC invite Arab documentary filmmakers to
submit their works to compete for the Trailblazer Award. Deadline for
submission is December 15.
Directors and producers are encouraged to nominate themselves by
sending their resumes and a copy of their latest material. The winner
will be awarded in March 2009 at a festival to be held in the French
city of Cannes, along with winners from regions including Asia, Europe,
Latin America and Africa.
For more information (in Arabic), visit
d01faf658668.htm. To apply, send documents to
This was posted on the Art4Development Yahoo! Groups listserv.
Human Rights Watch International Film Festival
YOUTH PRODUCING CHANGE
CALL FOR YOUTH MEDIA SUBMISSIONS ON HUMAN RIGHTS
*Deadline for submissions: December 10, 2008
The Human Rights Watch International Film Festival in partnership with Adobe Youth Voices seeks youth-produced media works on human rights issues* for its second annual YOUTH PRODUCING CHANGE program to screen in our New York, London, Boston and San Francisco film festivals in 2009-10. YOUTH PRODUCING CHANGE provides a platform for youth to share their perspectives with audiences worldwide. We are currently seeking film, video and animated works on human rights issues created by youth ages 19 and younger.
Performance Artists Nathalie Broizat of France and Ariadna Rodriguez of Spain arrive at the party. Broizat and Rodriguez performed a unique piece about the election of Barack Obama.
See all party pictures here: http://www.pluginamp.com/network/image/tid/567
Pictures from the November 15 AMP Party in Downtown Los Angeles can be seen here: http://www.pluginamp.com/network/image/tid/567
YourPR has posted a new item, 'Rua the Operatic Taxidriver'
In this episode of YourPR, Ned talks with Rua, a San Francisco cabdriver, about the creativity of taxi work and other surprising creative outlets in her life.
You may view the latest post at http://yourpr.org/2008/rua-the-operatic-taxidriver