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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: t-minus festival of timelapse at tonic


Come celebrate the acceleration of life, the hallmark of the modern world, at the first Annual T-minus Movie Festival at Tonic, New York, February 16th, 2004.

Timelapse videography is becoming increasingly easy to pull off in the age of digital video.  Overarching patterns of human movement can reveal truths and secrets hidden to standard human impressions of time.  What slows down when everything is sped up? What frenetic movement is present on a glacial scale?  How can things that move so fast demonstrate a unique inner peace when viewed from a different speed? What are the defining patterns in the world of motion?

Seeking timelapse movies of any style or genre.

We welcome submissions, from 1-15 minutes in length, in the following

- NTSC Region 1 DVD.
- Digital, MPG, AVI, MOV formats (on Mac or PC CD)

Submissions will not be returned.

Please contact us if you have an alternative timelapse experience or
format in mind; we are enthusiastic and open to experimentation.

Please submit entries to:

c/o Joshua Goldberg
170 West End Avenue, #2B
New York, NY

Direct all email inquiries to:

Deadline for submissions:
February 9th

T-minus Movie Festival
February 16, 2004
Tonic (NYC)

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Louis, This looks cool. Is there a website where we can see previous entries?1/12/2004 2:07:20 PM
I don't actually know. This was a posting on the Max/MSP list. I thought it sounded pretty interesting.1/16/2004 3:38:48 PM
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louis- please click the release button in your text editor when you post if you would like to include it in the email newsletters. thanks.2/1/2004 4:55:59 PM
Well, it's probably too late, but I have now. Intersting. It took me about a month to even notice the categories buttons...2/3/2004 9:26:43 AM
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yeah it can be a bit confusing- that's why we're beta! i think nick's putting together a user's guide.2/3/2004 11:34:07 AM
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