Saturday, 01. November 2014
22. 06. 11. - 11:00
Tricky Women 2012 - Call for Entries!
Tricky Women is the first and only festival of animated film that is dedicated exclusively to animation by women.
The festival offers an international competition of animated short films realized by female artists and produced in 2010 or 2011.
The 9th edition of Tricky Women AnimationFilmFestival will take place in Vienna 14th - 18th March, 2012.
The deadline for applications for the preliminary selection is October 21st, 2011.
Awards: Tricky Women Award of the City of Vienna worth 4,000 Euro 3-month scholarship to live and work at quartier21/MQ under the Artist-in-Residence Program
Synchro Film & Video Material Prize worth 1,500 Euro
Hubert Sielecki Award worth 750 Euro (for Austrian animation)
Tricky Women Audience Award: Accreditation for Tricky Women 2013 Awards and prize monies will go to the directresses of the films!
Find more information and the entry form on www.trickywomen.at
In addition to the competition we are also looking for animated films dealing with issues of gender sensitive work/unemployment/precarity/visions.
A selection of these films will be shown in one or more special programmes at the festival.
Older films may be submitted as well; films from 2010 or 2011 may also be entered for the competition.
We proudly present also the first Tricky Women publication: TRICKY WOMEN -AnimationsFilmKunst von Frauen / Women in Animation (Some texts are in English, some in German!).
For more information about the book and the Tricky Women DVDs please check out our webshop!
We are looking forward to your entries and please spread the word for Tricky Women 2012!
contact: culture2culture quartier21/MQ Museumsplatz 1 A-1070 Vienna Tel: +43 1 990 46 63 email@example.com www.trickywomen.at
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