Film, Audio, Media, RMIT

A place for production staff and students in Media, Media and Communication @ RMIT – by Paul Ritchard

Month: September 2015

Radar is the world’s leading music video director community,

Want to get going in music videos once you’re graduated? Calling all final year students! Let Radar’s Playlist help­ it’s FREE!

Radar is the world’s leading music video director community,

We work with up and coming directors and help them get paid work, get videos promoted and help connect with world ­leading reps and production companies.

To encourage brand new directors, we’re setting up a playlist on our Radar YouTube channel to promote recently graduated students.The best videos on the playlist win a FREE tryout membership on Radar ­ where you can read briefs and pitch to make budgeted music videos with artists and labels worldwide.

Most budgets on Radar range from $800 and $15k,. Commissioners range from major record labels to independent labels and artists worldwide. Subscriptions to Radar are between $9 to $15, entirely optional and can be easily cancelled at any time.

If you’d like us to feature your work and take a shot at winning a free membership, please send a link to Jake@Radarmusicvideos.com and he’ll sort it out. Send a link to your best music video, if you don’t have music videos, send us a link to the best video you’ve directed.

We’re looking forward to seeing your work!

Meanwhile, learn more about how to build a career directing music videos on our blog.

www.radarmusicvideos.com

Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia in Tokyo, Japan.

This is Shoko Takegasa from Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia in Tokyo, Japan.

I’d like to inform you that we currently open call for entries. The festival will be held in June, 2016.

We accept submissions via shortfilmdepot (http://shortfilmdepot.com/) and all rules and regulations are also available on our website (http://www.shortshorts.org/2016_call_for_entry/e-index.html)

It would be great if you could consider submission of your students’ films.

Human Rights Arts & Film Festival

Submissions are now open for HRAFF 2016
The annual Human Rights Arts & Film Festival is devoted to the exploration of human rights issues through art, film, music and conversation. We envision a diverse and vibrant cultural community that is engaged with human rights.

Submit your film for the opportunity to move and inspire HRAFF audiences, and be a part of the premier human rights art and film festival in Australia.

Key Dates:

EarlyBird closes 16 October 2015 (discounts apply)

Features close 30 October 2015

Shorts close 27 November 2015

Fees:

Early Bird

Features (Standard / WAB Discount) $40.00 / $35.00

Shorts (Standard / WAB Discount) $25.00 / $20.00

Student Shorts (Standard / WAB Discount) $20.00 / $15.00

Standard

Features (Standard / WAB Discount) $50.00 / $45.00

Shorts (Standard / WAB Discount) $30.00 / $25.00

Student Shorts (Standard / WAB Discount) $25.00 / $20.00

For more information and to submit visit http://2015.hraff.org.au/submissions/

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