CVF 2015 Call for Entries

Chinese Visual Festival  is launching its Call for Entries for the 2015 edition. Chinese Visual Festival is a leading cultural event showcasing Chinese-language creativity through films, contemporary art, music and more. With an annual event and screening sessions in London, a UK touring program and international expansion planned, Chinese Visual Festival presents Chinese realities to overseas audiences through imaginative conversations between moving images and art.

There is no restriction on the types of moving images that will be accepted, including documentaries, feature films, short films, animations and art videos. CVF 2015 aims to highlight works that cross the boundaries of film and art. As a leading event promoting Chinese-language creativity, we will only accept entries from filmmakers and artists who are citizens and residents of the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, as well as members of Chinese communities around the world.

The 2015 festival will be hosted by our academic partner, King’s College London, and take place between 8th May and 17th May 2015. The deadline for submissions is 31st December 2014.

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