This is the seventh edition of Spacejunk Art Centers’ ambitious film festival dedicated to street art. The objective of this year’s festival is to allow the public to discover the history and techniques of the discipline, as well as some of today’s many different forms of audiovisual production and expression. After the first edition’s powerful, eclectic programming, the 2018 edition really took things to the next level with nearly 12 hours of free outdoor cinema, the arrival of international directors to debate with the audience, and also the real-time creation of a stop-motion film by director and street artist Kiptoe.
2019’s edition of the Street Art MOVIE Fest is being held alongside the Grenoble Alps Street Art Festival. The Street Art MOVIE Fest runs over three days to showcase the history, artists and techniques of street art culture in cinema. The SpaceJunk team has made a selection of different works and video formats that highlight the discipline. A total of 4 feature films and some 15 short films and animated films, in addition to less traditional formats such as time-lapses and animated gifs, will be presented from May 31 to June 2, 2019 at the Jardin de Ville de Grenoble. This festive and central location will be transformed into a real open-air cinema. All screenings are free and open to all!
The Street Art MOVIE Fest also includes meetings with filmmakers, a time-lapse workshop in partnership with Enlaps and La Cinémathèque de Grenoble which will take place on Tuesday 4 June from 4pm to 6pm, and the creation of original audiovisual content, thanks to Imer who will be coming along to produce an animated graffiti live.
Feature Films: First Prize
Short films: First prize
Animated Films: First Prize
The Street Art MOVIE Fest, organized by Spacejunk Grenoble, an art center dedicated to emerging cultures since 2003, will be held in Grenoble at the beginning of each edition of the Street Art Fest Grenoble-Alpes. Through the festival, it benefits from the financial support of the City of Grenoble and the Métropole. It relies on the Cinémathèque de Grenoble (CNC labeled) to build up an archive of contemporary street art film production.
Which works can compete?
All audiovisual works related to Street Art produced "frame by frame", regardless of the technique, and produced for cinema, television and any other distribution platform, completed after January 1, 2017 and submitted for the first time to the Street Art Fest, will be accepted. To compete, entries must be submitted by April 1 in one of the following categories:
a) Short films
b) Feature films (made for cinema or television and lasting more than 50 min)
d) Animated film
e) Time lapse
f) Animated GIF
Technical characteristics of audiovisual works
a) for selection
Films must be submitted to the Festival by indicating a web address (URL) in the registration form. Only streaming video films will be considered. Password-protected URL links must be downloadable and active until May 2020. N.B.: for the selection, non-French and non-English speaking films must be subtitled in English. Spacejunk may consider unfinished films (Work in Progress) provided that they are sufficiently advanced to be judged, and that the applicant undertakes to Spacejunk to complete them by May 1st. In this case, please note clearly in the title and at the beginning of the film that it is a WIP. If you wish to replace the film by a more recent version, please contact the programming team.
b) for official selection screenings
The applicant (director, producer or distributor) undertakes to provide the presentation copy before May 20, 2019. The selected films will be presented in MP4 or MOV formats. They can be provided on USB key, on external hard disk or digitally by FTP, WeTransfer...
The submission of films can be done online:
A registration fee of two euros (plus platform fees) is required. Only online registration forms from the above-mentioned platforms, duly completed and received before April 1st preceding the festival, will be taken into consideration.
The selection is made under the direction of the artistic delegate, in collaboration with the artistic programming department of Spacejunk Grenoble. It will lead to the programming of works in official selection in the categories feature films, short films, animated films, documentaries, Time Lapse, animated GIF.
The list of selected films will be available on www.streetartfest.org from May 2020. For the selected films, the Festival will inform the applicant by email and will request the necessary material for publications and screenings. From this notification, you have until April 10, 2019 to withdraw in writing from the program. No work may be withdrawn after this date. For films not selected, the Festival will inform the applicant by email.
Spacejunk Grenoble assumes the subtitling of the non-French-speaking works presented in competition. Spacejunk Grenoble will fully cover the costs of this operation provided that the participants provide time-coded lists of the original dialogues as well as their French or English translation (these elements will be asked for later if your film is selected in competition). Films with dialogues may be presented in the original version if they are subtitled in English.
Invitations / Accreditations
The invitation and/or accreditation forms will be sent with the notification of the selection results.
Conditions of support: Feature film and short film in competition - Accommodation for 2 nights for the director (only one director per work in case of co-direction) and one meal per day.
Spacejunk does not take in charge any travel expenses.
Transportation and insurance
The transport and insurance costs of the copies as well as all related charges, including import and export customs brokerage fees, are entirely at the expense of the producers or directors or forwarding agencies, for the outward journey. Spacejunk Grenoble will return the presentation copies at its own expense. The works will either be kept at Spacejunk Grenoble, or returned at the request of the recipient. Spacejunk Grenoble will exclusively bear the storage and insurance costs of the copies during the period between the taking charge of them and their delivery to the carrier. In case of loss or damage of the copies, the organizers are liable only up to the replacement value. The insurance policy taken out by Spacejunk provides, in case of damage, for the reimbursement to the producer (in the country of production) of the cost of replacement of the damaged material upon presentation of the invoice.
The management of Spacejunk Grenoble decides the composition of the international juries up to three members for each category. The juries reserve the right not to award prizes, but may under no circumstances award prizes not mentioned below.
Official prizes The juries will award :
- for feature films: First Prize
- for short films: First prize
- for Animation Films : First prize
Television and internet broadcasting
By accepting these rules, you authorize Spacejunk, free of charge and for a period of one year (from the announcement of the selection), to reproduce and broadcast on television channels and websites, an extract of the films selected as part of the Festival. These excerpts may not exceed 10% of the total length of the film and will be limited to 3 minutes for feature films. They will only be used for the promotion of the Festival and Spacejunk in TV or web programs, interviews or reports.
All the films in the official selection of the current year will be available in a digital video library (viewing on demand), intended for the users of the municipal libraries in France and the library of the Street Art fest Grenoble-Alpes. This partnership may grant selected films a fee per viewing for films that request it. Throughout the duration of the events, particularly for buyers and distributors, the selection of films will be available on this platform. In addition, an electronic catalog will be available online.
The applicant declares that he is the actual author or the entitled party of the work(s) registered, and as such is the owner of all literary, dramatic and musical property rights. As such, you guarantee Spacejunk Grenoble against any trouble, claims and any legal action concerning the presentation of the film. The data provided at the time of registration will be used in various bilingual publications and may be subject to translation, correction or modification prior to publication. The mere participation of each candidate in the official selection confers on the organizers the right, free of charge, to present the complete work at public screenings, for non-commercial purposes, within the framework of the screenings organized during the Festival and the uses granted under the present regulations.
The Street Art MOVIE Fest will give rise to additional screenings of the official selection or award-winning works, as part of some school screenings during the Grenoble Street Art Fest (June) and throughout the year at the University of Grenoble-Alpes as part of the Cross-Curricular Elective (50 students per semester)
As part of its mission to preserve the cinematographic heritage, Spacejunk Grenoble is partnering with the Cinémathèque de Grenoble (CNC Label) to digitally archive the films presented for the official selection.
Promotional material and original works
All available publicity material (posters, brochures, etc.) as well as a selection of original documents used in the making of the film (storyboard, sketches, sets, cellulos, etc.) are welcome. They can either be returned to the producers at their expense, or deposited at Spacejunk Grenoble.
Election of jurisdiction
Participation in the Festival implies unreserved acceptance of the terms of the present regulations. In the event of a dispute as to the meaning of these rules, the courts of the organizer's headquarters (Tribunal de Grande Instance de Grenoble) shall have sole jurisdiction, the French version being the authentic version.
The management of Spacejunk Grenoble is in charge of settling cases not provided for in the present regulations.
"Informatique et Libertés" ("Information Technology and Liberties")
The information, including photographs, that you are asked to provide is essential for the production of all distribution media (whether paper or electronic) relating to the Festival. This information will also be used on the Internet and in Spacejunk Grenoble's database. In accordance with the law "Informatique et Libertés" of January 6, 1978, you can exercise your right of access, rectification and opposition on the information concerning you, and present in our file, with the Festival management.