Open Call | Architecture Short Films
Submissions Due | June 12, EOD
What stories does our built environment tell? How can film help us understand the places we inhabit?
As we continue to explore the relationship between architecture and film, the Toronto Society of Architects is inviting architects, studios, designers, film makers and the public to submit their short films reflecting on themes of architecture, urbanism and design. We’re interested in films that explore the built environment (and the people behind it) through storytelling, and are looking to take stock of what kind of short films have been produced by the architecture and film community as we continue planning events for the fall.
What we are looking for
We’re looking for short films between 3 and 40 minutes in length which fall into either of the following categories:
- Architecture and the Built Environment | Films in this category should share stories through the exploration of themes related to architecture and the built environment. Films might speak to a specific building or architect or explore larger urban and social issues through the built environment.
- Architectural Fly-Throughs | We’re looking for fly-throughs, augmented and/or virtual reality experiences which are not only technologically or visually impressive, but which also tell a story by integrating narrative elements. How can we leverage digital tools to better tell the stories of the places we design even before they are built?
How to submit
Submissions should be made either by WeTransfer or an emailed screening link to email@example.com
This Open Call will remain posted until June 12, 2020 after which the TSA’s film committee will review submissions to help inform fall programming and opportunities to screen a curated selection of these films.