Art By Chance: Ultra short film festival

LOOK AROUND! You may come across a short film!


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The largest public art event Art By Chance 2011 is on! CHANGE themed ultra short films air on 20.000 screens in 20+countries 200+ cities worldwide from 13 May to 13 June. The festival takes place simultaneously in Austria, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, El Salvador, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Spain, The Netherlands, Turkey, UK and USA

The only film festival filmgoers can enjoy for free ART BY CHANCE presents 23 ultra short films in this year’s selection. Urban dwellers can see ART BY CHANCE 2011 films at airports, metro stations, restaurants and bars, campuses and shopping malls…

Films are selected by a prestigious international jury; Walt Disney Producer Don Hahn; Executive Director of ARTE France Cinéma Michel Reilac; Film Journalist and Course Director, MA Film Curating, London Film School Nick Roddick; Founder and Director of British Independent Film Awards Johanna Von Fischer, Singer and songwriter Harun Tekin.

Startling ultra short films!

ART BY CHANCE 2011 Selection contains films of all kinds; fiction, animation, documentary and video art. Viewers around the world will have the opportunity to watch the best festival movies free of charge throughout their day.


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ART BY CHANCE announces its 2011 theme: CHANGE

ART BY CHANCE is opens to films of all kinds; fiction, animation, documentary and video art with the exception of training and advertising films. Check their videocalling :

What ART BY CHANCE brings to urban life?
.Selected short movies presented to the public on digital screens
.Stimulating content that colours short periods of ‘dead’ transit time
.Compelling short films with cultural and social content
.An opportunity to view short films in public spaces outside movie theatres

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