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Kinodot Experimental Film Festival

From May 20, 2017 until May 21, 2017

Regulations

Kinodot Experimental Film Festival
Kinodot was launched in 2012 as online minimalist short film festival at kinodot.com. In five years the project has developed into independent international experimental film festival with live screenings in movie theaters and unconventional venues in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Films submitted to Kinodot must match at least one of the four selection criteria:
No Money - films made without a budget;
No Mumbling - films without dialogue or narration;
No Music - films without a music score;
No Montage - films made without editing, i.e. filmed in one shot.


Kinodot was created to support and distribute new experimental films, and to inspire filmmakers to experiment in their own way. We promote freedom of ideas, formalism, simplicity and self-restriction as oppose to the secondary film production and self-censorship of high budget festivals. We believe that a great film can be created with very basic means, without special education or expensive equipment. We also believe that creating and following a strict set of formal rules can have a liberating effect on every artist.

Kinodot Competition
Kinodot competition includes only one category: Experimental films
There is no genre, topic or length restrictions.

Awards
The winner of Kinodot competition is decided by professional international jury. Kinodot Jury Prize and 1000$

Submission and Other Terms
The festival will take place in St. Petersburg 20-21 May 2017. Experimental films of any length, finished not earlier than 15.01.2015 can be submitted.

The deadline for applying to Kinodot competition is February 28. The entry fee is 8€.
From the entry fees we pay the award money and cover some basic expenses, same principle as crowdfunding.

By submitting the film to Kinodot Competition the copyright owners agree that, if selected, the film will be screened up to 4 times during the festival and up to 2 more times in the next two years during non-commercial promotional Kinodot screenings.

Experimental Film Competition

Experimental Competition deadline: Feb. 28, 2017 for 8.00 €

About

This Festival was founded in 2012

Kinodot Experimental Film Festival
Kinodot was launched in 2012 as online minimalist short film festival at kinodot.com. In five years the project has developed into independent international experimental film festival with live screenings in movie theaters and unconventional venues in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Films submitted to Kinodot must match at least one of the four selection criteria:
No Money - films made without a budget;
No Mumbling - films without dialogue or narration;
No Music - films without a music score;
No Montage - films made without editing, i.e. filmed in one shot.


Kinodot was created to support and distribute new experimental films, and to inspire filmmakers to experiment in their own way. We promote freedom of ideas, formalism, simplicity and self-restriction as oppose to the secondary film production and self-censorship of high budget festivals. We believe that a great film can be created with very basic means, without special education or expensive equipment. We also believe that creating and following a strict set of formal rules can have a liberating effect on every artist.

Kinodot Competition
Kinodot competition includes only one category: Experimental films
There is no genre, topic or length restrictions.

Awards
The winner of Kinodot competition is decided by professional international jury. Kinodot Jury Prize and 1000$

Submission and Other Terms
The festival will take place in St. Petersburg 20-21 May 2017. Experimental films of any length, finished not earlier than 15.01.2015 can be submitted.

The deadline for applying to Kinodot competition is February 28. The entry fee is 8€.
From the entry fees we pay the award money and cover some basic expenses, same principle as crowdfunding.

By submitting the film to Kinodot Competition the copyright owners agree that, if selected, the film will be screened up to 4 times during the festival and up to 2 more times in the next two years during non-commercial promotional Kinodot screenings.

Contact

Mikhail Zheleznikov, Alena Koroleva - Curators
kinodot@gmail.com
+79052600535
http://kinodot.com
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Address

Kinodot LLC
Mikhail Zheleznikov
Konstantinova 12-80
195427 St. Petersburg
Russia