June 22 Deadline: The International Experimental Cinema Exposition - 2007

From: TIE (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Jun 09 2007 - 16:05:49 PDT

TIE invites submissions for its 2007 Festival of films, filmmakers and curatorial innovation (November 21-24 / Montevideo, Uruguay). Since the festival's inception in Telluride, TIE has screened over 600 innovative historic and contemporary films and joined over 200 of the world's most influential avant-garde filmmakers. TIE has also become home for ground-breaking world premiers, from legends such as Stan Brakhage to a new generation of leading experimentalists.

TIE seeks films that challenge popular and conventional modes of cinema. From difficult and hand-made films to extraordinarily radical and obscure compositions, TIE selects only outstanding celluloid cinema from the outerspaces of contemporary screen-culture.

*If a submitted film is selected, the exhibition print must be film.
*All lengths are considered. A nominal entry fee is required.
*Films from any era or date of completion are considered.
*Initial Deadline: June 22, 2007.


"... the foremost event for experimental cinema ...TIE provides the ideal conditions under which to view the most innovative filmmaking from around the world..."
- Liz Deschenes, Zing Magazine

“…a vital gathering of some of the world's most creative minds…”
— Judy Hussie-Taylor

“…I’ve never been to a festival that felt so easy and intimate…”
— Tony and Elizabeth Gault

“…all the work was of the highest caliber…every film brought an interesting experience...provided the highest quality exhibition…”
— James Harrar

“…the most incredible lineup of experimental and avant-garde films I’ve ever seen…nowhere else have I seen three generations of films and filmmakers…the best festival of its kind…”
- Filmmaker

Submission Form:

TIE, The International Experimental Cinema Exposition
849 Humboldt Street, #2
Denver, CO 80218

Phone: 303.832.2387
Website: http://www.experimentalcinema.org
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