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Call for Submissions

  • Subject: [cg] Call for Submissions
  • From: Laura Berman <laura@foodshare.net>
  • Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2002 18:46:55 -0500

Planet in Focus: The Toronto International Environmental Film & Video

Call for Submissions

Planet in Focus: The Toronto International Environmental Film & Video
Festival, is now accepting entries for our third annual festival, to be
held Sept. 27-29, 2002. The mandate of Planet in Focus is to promote the
use of film and video as catalysts for reflection, discussion and
appropriate action on the social and ecological health of the planet. Our
goal is to present to traditional and new audiences (including children and
youth) the most aesthetically interesting, educational, thought provoking,
and entertaining films and videos on social and ecological themes. The
festival features screenings of works from around the world, post-screening
discussions with filmmakers and environmentalists, panels, workshops, and
networking opportunities for producers, distributors and broadcasters.

Recognizing that the 'environment' is contested terrain, both as a
biophysical entity and as a philosophical frame, Planet in Focus invites
submissions of films and videos, in all genres, that critically examine the
concept of 'environment' and challenge current human/nature relations.
Special consideration will be paid to:
a. works that push the boundaries of accepted notions of "environment"
b. works that present cultural perspectives that are under-represented in
c. works that will have their world or Canadian premiere at Planet in Focus

To obtain more information on the festival and download our entry form,
please visit our website at: www.planetinfocus.org.  Earlybird deadline is
April 1, 2002 and the final deadline for entries is May 1, 2002.

Planet in Focus is committed to screening works from all over the world. We
especially seek work by artists from communities and regions of the world
whose work is not usually seen in Canada. We are also very interested in
works that are from the perspectives of, and made by, people from within
these under-represented communities and regions. We need your assistance to
reach these artists and communities.  Your help in passing along this
information to other interested parties would be much appreciated!

Mark Haslam
Founder and Executive Director

Planet in Focus Toronto International Environmental Film & Video Festival
581 Markham Street, 3rd floor
Toronto, ON, Canada
M6G 2L7
phone: 416-531-1769
fax: 416-532-1338
e-mail: piffest@hotmail.com
web: www.planetinfocus.org

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