Friday, May 25, 2007

vBrooklyn Wants Your Videos

vBROOKLYN is billed as a video festival about Brooklyn as a place and about video as an artform. It's now accepting submissions for its next video festival, which will run in (hate to think about it right now) December, 2007. Here's is some of the verbiage that the festival organizers sent to GL:
The vBrooklyn video-festival documents Brooklyn, NY, USA's, evolving cityscape, culture and people with contemporary video-art.

Brooklyn is New York City's most populous borough and would be the United States' fourth largest city if independent. It's undergoing a period of intense transformation, both physically and culturally, as more people move into the borough and development hits critical mass.

vBrooklyn is asking video-artists to tape the borough before it permanently transforms, building a dynamic historic record through personal interpretation and literal documentation. vBrooklyn maintains a focus on urban landscape while including works about the people and experiences that make Brooklyn a uniquely strong, identifiable city within a city.
For more information about submitting and about the festival, click over to the vBrooklyn website.


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