Moving-Image-Arts is a collaborative short film festival created by artists/curators Gerda Cammaer, Pierre Tremblay and Devin Shears. This one-hour film festival is a juried showcase of short films and videos from around the world, taking place at the School of Image Arts, Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada.

For this 4th edition of Moving-Image-Arts we are looking for any artistic and poetic expressions of MEMORY. We are particularly interested in short experimental videos that envision how memory is not a perfect processor. Memories degrade with the passing of time. The manner information is encoded, stored, and retrieved can all be corrupted. Possible themes include: mnemonics, memory games, computer memory, short-term memory, long-term memory, fading memory, memory overload, memory decay, memory loss, memory failure, collective memory, cultural memory, memory disorders, amnesia and absentmindedness.

The festival will take place on February 28th, 2019, at the School of Image Arts.

For more info: movingimagearts@ryerson.ca

The Festival committee reserves the right to determine the eligibility the projects. There is no entry fee.

We are looking for independent short films and videos exploring the theme of MEMORY.

Films and videos need to be 10 minutes maximum, preferably shorter, and completed after January 1, 2017.

Genres accepted: We except short films of any genre, but preference is given to experimental films and art videos. Work produced for a commercial purpose or within a commercial context is not eligible. Student films are welcome.