DOTMOV FESTIVAL 2007

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DOTMOV Festival 2007 is a digital film festival with an aim to discover talented creators and provide them with an opportunity to show their work. Submitted works throughout the world will be screened at Soso Cafe which is produced by an online magazine Shift for a month, from November 1st to 30th. Last year’s total submission was 267 works from 27 countries. All selected works for this year will be shown on Shift web site. During the festival, a lot of related audio & visual events will be held. And the tour will be held to Tokyo, Osaka and Sendai afterward.

The deadline is on 20th of September. Join this festival with your full of originality work!








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Specifications


Festival mission



The goal of this festival is to discover talented artists and provide them with an opportunity to show their work. We are also trying to increase the international scope of the festival by inviting guest creators, active on the front lines of the creative world, to participate as judges. During the festival, holding a lot of related audio & visual events, we explore the possibility of digital films.


Date and Place:



Date: November 1st – 30th, 2007

Place: Soso Cafe (1F Sansei Bld., S1 W13 Chuo-ku Sapporo, Japan), Sendai Mediatheque (2-1 Kasuga-cho, Aoba-ku, Sendai, Japan), Combine (1-10-23 Nakameguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan), digmeout ART&DINER (2-9-32 Nishi-shinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Japan)

Online: All selected works will be shown on Shift web site. (from November 1st)


Organised by



SHIFT MAGAZINE


Sponsored by






Collaborated by


CANON INC.





In Cooperation with


Soso Cafe. Sendai Mediatheque, Combine, digmeout ART&DINER


Media Sponsors



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CBC Net, Creative Behavior, db-db, designboom, Heavy Backpack, Hint Fahion Magazine, iBlog, IdN, Japan Design Net, Marca Acme, Mutual Response, Netdiver, Neo2, Pixelsurgeon, Praktica, Public/image, Styleboost, TAXI, UltraPDX, Urban Collective, Web Designing

Guest Creators



The Designers Republic: A group of UK creators taking an active part in the forefront of the world.
With clients from Warp to Nokia, Nike, Sony and NTT, and work ranging from
music print to video and experimental film, and from award winning web
design to TV channel identities, their influence on global graphic design
has grown large in recent years. Well known also for their Peoples Bureau
For Consumer Information on-line lifestyle store.

Motion Theory: Motion Theory is a micro-studio, redefining the production industry through a combination of creative development, filmmaking, and innovative visual effects. The company’s unique studio model unites the efforts of directors, designers, visual effects artists, writers, and others, resulting in a deeply collaborative and multidisciplinary approach to making commercials, music videos, and other creative content.

Motion Theory has delivered work for some of the world’s leading companies, including Budweiser, Electronic Arts, ESPN, Gatorade, Hewlett Packard, NBC/Universal, Nike, Sony BMG Records, Warner Records, and partnered with top agencies such as Goodby Silverstein & Partners, Ogilvy & Mather and Wieden Kennedy. Additionally, leading artists, including Beck, Modest Mouse, and REM have sought out the studio’s directors to create music videos.

The studio has been recognized for its groundbreaking projects, receiving awards from the AICP, AIGA, Art Directors Club, Clios, D&AD, and MVPA for outstanding direction, creative design, animation, and multi-channel work.

Yoshi Sodeoka, C505: Yoshi Sodeoka is an artist, designer and musician based in New York city.
Over the past decade, his projects have been featured in books and magazines (I.D. Magazine, Res, IdN, Artbyte), DVDs (Nike Presto Spirit of Movement, Reline 2, RUGA), web sites (Whitney Museum’s Artport, Turbulence.org, Rhizome. org, Wired.com) and exhibitions across the world (San Sebastian’s GlasKultur, The Creative Time Holiday Light Show at New York’s Grand Central Terminal, Berlin’s Transmediale, Poland’s Krakow Film Festival, WNET Reel NY).

Sodeoka has received grants from the likes of the Greenwall foundation and his work is part of the permanent collections of the San Francisco MoMA and New York’s Museum of the Moving Image.
Sodeoka has lectured at the School of Visual Arts, Parsons School of Design and the Pratt Institute. He’s juried design awards for the Art Director’s Club, the One Club, the Webby Awards, the Society of Publication Designers, and the .MOV Festival by Shift Japan. He’s also a member of the experimental noise udio/visual duo, KNBS. They’ve performed internationally, in places like Sapporo, Singapore (Design Edge festival), Valencia and Barcelona (OFFF festival, Sonar festival).

Jiro Ohashi, Salmagazine.org: An editor. After working for several computer or graphic magazines,
he started publishing a graphic magazine “SAL magazine” (published
by Electric SAL) in 2001, seeking appearance of a free paper.
Organizing an audio visual event “SAL magazine night”. Released a
DVD “AUDIOVISUALJAPAN” (by Gas As I/F) in 2004, books “Novelty
Design” and “Disk Package Design” (both by Shoeisha) in 2005.
Presiding a website “salmagazine.org” since 2005.

Sugarcube: Korean leading web creator agency who create Samsung’s branding site constantly and with these web sites, they’ve got some awards like “10 Hot Issues Best Site of Korea” and “2002 New York Festival”.
Their strong point is eBranding, interactive storytelling and online promotion through ‘digital storytelling’.

Fork: Linderman’s work is commonly associated with the early experimental and commercial design projects at Fork Unstable Media, a design studio that he co-founded in Hamburg, Germany in 1996. He is currently the Creative Partner at Fork Unstable Media Ost, living and working in Berlin.

After studying Art and Design at the University of Wisconsin, he shifted his focus to Graphic Design, coupling the two interests and authoring pieces characteristic for its contextual juxtapositions of current events, language-nostalgia and perverted corporate vernacular.

In 1999, Linderman and partner Manuel Funk founded the Berlin studio Fork Unstable Media Ost. The studio has since been commissioned for artwork in printed media, animation, film and interactive installations for exhibitions at the Sonar Festival (Barcelona), Künstlerhaus Vienna, Micronanze Festival (Rome), Iconologica Festival (Alicante) and for the Austin Museum of Digital Art (AMODA). Three fork projects are included in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) permanent collection.

Current Fork clients include international roll-outs and promotions for Adidas, Nivea (International), Evian and Der Tagesspiegel or creative support for friends NOAH or the FC Saint Pauli Rugby.

In addition to creative direction in the Berlin studio, Linderman is a teaching professor at the Academy of Art and Design Offenbach for Graphic and Interactive Design since the spring of 2004.


Applicant’s qualification



We accept all work including prize-winning works or works submitted to other contests in Japan as well as in other countries. Submissions are accepted regardless of nationality and open to both professionals and amateurs. If some contests forbid sending your work to other contests, please respect their requirements.

Animation, images, sounds, music, text and illustrations in your work should be original.
However if the author give a permission to submit, it doesn’t have to be your original.

Works submitted for the past edition of DOTMOV festival can’t be accepted.


Theme



Choose your favourite theme and create a work with it. (You can submit as many pieces as desired.)


Works to submit



The work should be digital film works such as animation, design or music clip.

The format should be videotape (VHS/S-VHS), mini DV (NTSC), or DVD (video format/NTSC or PAL).

We will not accept any works that are not in the above formats such as digital data (quicktime movie or flash etc.) and PAL mini DV tape.

Please post your work which is copied in the above media.

We only accept works which is delivered by post. Submitted work is not returned to you. Please save a master copy for yourself.


Deadline



September 20th , 2007


Fees / Awards



Submission is free. Any money for film production or prizes are not given.


Copyright



Copyright and the right to use and distribute works are given to the creators.

Organiser has the right to use the works at projects related to this festival (i.e. publicity, projecting and displaying in the event, showing on the web).



Contact E-mail address



staff@shift.jp.org




How to submit


1. How to submit



Complete the application form and send your work with it to the following address. Please download the application form from here. *You need Adobe® Acrobat Reader™.

Submission starts on July 1st, 2007.


Shift Magazine

1F Sansei Bld., S1 W13 Chuo-ku, Sapporo 060-0061, Japan

Tel: +81-11-280-2270

2. Selection



Shift and guest creators will select works to show at the event from all those that arrive before the deadline, September 20th, 2007.

Results will be sent to the selected creators only. We will not accept any inquiries.


3. After the selection



The selected works are screened for one month from November 1st to 30th, 2007 at Soso Cafe which is produced by the online magazine “Shift“.

And the tour will be held to Osaka and Sendai afterward.

All selected works will be shown on Shift web site from 1st. November.



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