M a T e R i A L cinema Issue #30 explores the material processes of film making, and film presentation, whether digital or analogue, small-screen, handmade or multiplex; performed, or projected, performed and projected, an historical or recent work…
by Kathleen Quillian with contributions from Timeless Motion artists’: Antonella Bonfanti, Paul Clipson, Keith Evans, Kerry Laitala, Jeanne Liotta, Scott Stark and Mark Wilson. Timeless Motion is a gallery exhibition featuring cinematic installations by seven experimental moving image artists that…
by Kate Ewald Kelly Gallagher’s films screen at Other Cinema’s Black Lives Matter, 2/13 and Pixillation Prodigies, 3/19! Kelly Gallagher is a radical experimental animator and filmmaker working in essayistic forms. Primarily dealing in hand-made practices, Gallagher focuses on intimate,…
More microcinema in ‘Xperimental Xchange‘, 11/14 and ‘Avant to Live‘, 11/21 at Other Cinema. “The major obstacle for amateur filmmakers is their own sense of inferiority vis-à-vis professional productions. The very classification “amateur” has an apologetic ring. But…
On Cinema and Surveillance: ‘The Pervasive Eye’ With amazing articles on microcinema, alternative projections,’mis-en-experience’, ‘veillance’ and privacy, The Yes Men oeuvre, new feminist filmmakers, film practice, and new books and film festivals from a fantastically subversive line-up of artists and…
The Fall issue of OtherZine #29 will be published in early September 2015!
Proposals are due July 1, 2015.
A proposal can include (but certainly is not limited to) a description, outline, incomplete draft, schematic, or other articulated brainstorm. If you already have something written or published, that’s great, too. Please note that, while writing a proposal is not required for submitting an article or other piece of writing, it is highly recommended.
Selections for the September issue will be made by July 15th, 2015.
Final versions *of selected submissions* are due August 15, 2015.
We suggest 1000-2000 words for any written work, although please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have something else in mind…We are open to suggestions for projects as yet unimagined!
At this time we are unable to pay for any contributions.
Please direct all proposals, submissions, and related inquiries to:
A little more about OtherZine…
OtherZine is the semi-annual webzine of Other Cinema, microcinema extraordinaire for experimental film, “live cinema”, and video art in San Francisco’s Mission District. Whether avant-garde or engagé, OtherZine’s emphasis is on the radical subjectivities and sub-cultural sensibilities that find expression in marginalized cinematic genres, media archaeological efforts, as well as contemporary intermedia hybrids. We encourage cinema-related writings and artist projects that support these endeavors and other explorations in media culture: articles, essays, interviews, reviews (art, books, media, events), rants, videos, illustrations, images, and other!
Current and past issues are available at: http://www.othercinema.com/otherzine/
~Please email all written submissions, 1000-2000 words, as an attachment
(pdf, doc, rtf; no docx, please)
~Please include with your final submission:
- A bio of no more than 100 words
- Relevant links (no more than 4) [optional]
For artist projects, any or all of the following are encouraged,
or to illustrate your writing:
Video (vimeo or youtube links; mov)
Audio (SoundCloud link; mp3, wma)* [please confirm before submitting]
Web-ready images/screenshots (links; 72dpi, jpg, png, gif)
Please send as attachments or to Dropbox by request
unless the images are available online.
If you choose not to provide any, some may be chosen for you.
Please also include all relevant credit info.
Note: All quotations, titles, names, and dates should be double-checked for accuracy. The same applies to references in any endnotes. Film and book titles appear in upper and lower case in italics, unless otherwise noted. Quoted articles appear in upper and lower case in quotations. Longer quotes can be singled out as a block quote. Please observe these guidelines as much as possible before sending your text. Also, show placement for any visuals.
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