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   THE 29TH ANNUAL NEW YORK EXPOSITION OF SHORT FILM AND VIDEO
        One of the U.S.A.'s longest running festivals
            for the independent film/video community
                         CALL FOR ENTRIES
       PREMIERE: NOVEMBER 16 - 17 - 18, 1995, THE NEW SCHOOL
          NOW ACCEPTING ENTRIES -- DEADLINE: JULY 31, 1995
    --  ANIMATION -- DOCUMENTARY -- EXPERIMENTAL -- NARRATIVE --
 
     New York's premiere showcase for cutting-edge and classic
  independent shorts seeks animation, documentary, experimental
  and narrative works under 60 minutes in length.  The New York
  Expo, now in its 29th year, is one of the nation's longest-
  running annual festivals of short independent film and video.
 
     Over the years, the Expo has sought out and presented the
  best of the new -- conceptually advanced, technically
  innovative, thematically challenging, and unconventional non-
  commercial films and videos -- works that have often had a
  difficult time finding a venue.  Finalist works are screened
  for the public and the New York film/video community at the New
  School in Greenwich Village, and are seen by distributors and
  exhibitors in this major media market.  Selected finalist works
  will tour to other venues.  The 1995 New York Expo will feature
  panel discussions and a special screening of selected films
  from the Oberhausen International Short Film Festival.
 
  First, Second, and Third Place awards are granted in each
  category, plus a cash Eastman Kodak prize.  Judges for the Expo
  have included Academy Award-winning directors, noted
  independents, and eminent scholars and critics.  The Expo is
  supported by the New York State Council on the Arts, Eastman
  Kodak, Home Box Office, and the New York Film/Video Council,
  among others.
 
  Films/videos should have been completed since 1993.  Student
  and international entries are welcome.  Entry fee: $35.  Public
  screening formats: 16mm and 3/4" NTSC video; 35mm and Super 8
  films are shown in video projection.  Preview on 3/4" or 1/2"
  video, NTSC only.  Entry Deadline: July 31, 1995.
 
  Contact:
  Robert Withers, Director
  New York Expo of Short Film & Video
  532 LaGuardia Place, Box 330
  New York, NY 10012
  voicemail (212) 505-7742
  email: [log in to unmask]
 
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