Exhibition of 100-Second Film and Video - Boston

Exhibition of 100-Second Film and Video - Boston
50 Oliver St.
Suite 201A
02356
North Easton, United States

Tel: 508-230-7200

Festival Overview

The 100-Seconds is a celebration of culture through the language of motion media and the common constraint of 100 seconds. It is a unique yet accessible global dialogue. Launched in 2005, the festival embraces authentic, raw, creative voices from producers of all skill levels and backgrounds. People are invited to submit works of film, video, animation or computer art that are 100 seconds in duration and attend locally curated exhibitions that fuse regional voices to an international conversation. This event is sponsored by Easton Community Access Television

Awards

The festival is not commercial and non-competitive.

Genres

Action Adaptation Adventure Advertising Animation Art-house Asian Black Black Comedy Bollywood Children Comedy Crime Disaster Documentary Drama Educational Erotic Experimental Family Fantasy Foreign Language French Gangster Gay and Lesbian Ghost Historical Horror Independent Jewish Legal Martial Arts Medical Murder Mystery Music Video Musical Mystery National Natural History Noir Period Political Reality Religious Romance Science Fiction Short Silent Sport Spy Student Supernatural Teen Thriller Travel TV War Western Women

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Internationational Exhibition of 100-Second Shorts - Boston
Submission Fee: Free
Any films from any background or genre as long as it is less than 100 seconds in length.
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Jason Daniels
Administrator
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Entries

Open to the public

Eligibility:

everyone

Formats:

link to flle
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