Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin is opening the second part of its annual call for entries until 22 April, for the event that will take place in Paris and Berlin in autumn 2023.
Major event dedicated to contemporary practices of the moving image, the Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin propose every year a new international programme made of works by internationally renowned artists and filmmakers, along with works by young artists shown for the first time.
How to submit a work?
Any individual or organization can submit one or several works, regardless of geographical origins. The call for entries for both the main programme and the Moving Image Art Prize are open to cinema, video and multimedia works. There are no restrictions on length or genre.
The first part of the call for entries closed on 31 December 2022. A new call for entries is open until April 22, 2023, with priority given to works produced in 2023. If you have entered a submission in the first part of the call for entries, you do not need to re-enter it in the second part.
To enter a work, two types of registration are possible:
- Submission to the main programme.
- Submission to the Moving Image Art Prize.
Detailled information and registration on www.art-action.org
Deadline: until 22 April 2023
About the event
Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin offers a forum for reflection and discovery dedicated to contemporary pratices of moving image. It introduces guests from all over the world: artists, filmmakers, institutions and emerging organizations, giving us a picture of an on-going creation, of new issues raised by the evolution of the production methods and ways to present new works, and of the different emerging artistic and cultural contexts.
In a few words:
- 2 editions per year. The programme is presented in Paris and then in Berlin.
- a selection of 100 to 150 works per edition. An in-depth search for new works, more than 5,000 submissions received each year.
- an important place given to young creation and emerging forms.
- international artists, such as, in past editions, David Lynch, Claire Denis, Jean- Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Miéville, Pedro Costa, Michael Snow, Valie Export, Antoni Muntadas, Chantal Akerman, Alexandre Sokourov, Artavazd Pelechian…
- collaborations, present or past, with major cultural venues, in Paris notably the Louvre Auditorium, the Grand Palais, the Centre Pompidou, the Palais de Tokyo, and in Berlin the Haus der Kulturen der Welt.