LAZNIA 1 2016 - 10. IN OUT FESTIVAL 2016 - call for applications
10. IN OUT FESTIVAL 2016 - call for applications
Experiments / Video / Documents / Animations
This year we invite artists to take part in the open competition for experimental, video, documentary and animations. This year's edition is dedicated to "Theatricality". Applications shall be sent by 3th of April 2016. Films shall fulfil the following requirements: created with any technique; duration: from 1 to 20 minutes; the film should be produced between 2014 and 2016.

- The first award PLN 5 000.00 funded by the the Marshal of the Pomorskie Voivodeship, Mieczysław Struk.
- The second award PLN 4 000.00 funded by Laznia CCA.
- Moreover, the Jury shall award special mentions.

Rules of competition & application form:

IN OUT Festival is ongoing since 2005. This year’s edition aims to take closer look at the subject of what can theatre and theatricality represent for video art and visual artists, and what can video and video makers represent for theatre. How does the theatre’s function change in new media’s field of influence? Do theatrical strategies work in connection with other media – and how? And finally: how can we theatricalise moving image?

Within Festival there is an open competition for works of experimental, video, documentary, and animations. The competiton has two stages, during the first one, until 8th of April 2016 the jury will choose 20 artists whose works would qualify to the second stage and those will be presented during the reviews and exhibition in CCA Łaźnia. Artists will be invited to Gdańsk.

10. IN OUT Festival – 23-24 April 2016 r.
Łaźnia CCA 1 Gdańsk - Dolne Miasto – screenings
Łaźnia CCA 2 Gdańsk - Nowy Port – exhibition and screenings in KinoPort.

10. IN OUT Festival curators:

Jolanta Woszczenko is a curator and historian. She is currently writing a PhD at the University of Gdańsk on experimental film and video. Since 2009 has been working on IN OUT Festival, since 2012 as a curator. At the Laznia CCA she runs the Parakino cycle of monthly meetings with experimental film and video artists and curators from Poland and abroad - Parakino.

Piotr Morawski is a cultural scientist and historian of culture. He works in the editorial board of Dialog (Dialogue) and at the Institute of Polish Culture at the University of Warsaw. He collaborates with the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute, most recently in the “Teatr publiczny. Przedstawienia 1765–2015” project (Public theatre. Representations 1765–2015) and in creating an electronic encyclopaedia of Polish theatre. He focuses on the cultural history of stage performances. He also writes about contemporary theatre and its social and cultural implications.
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