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Tenoha Milano launches the first Open Call x TENOHA WALL Short Video
# Open Call
# Tenoha Wall
# Short Video
# Contemporary Japan
# Tenoha Milano
Tenoha Wall Project
The call is open to all artists aged over eighteen years of any nationality.
The videos sent must explore the theme of this edition in a creative and original way.
The theme chosen for the first edition open call of TENOHA WALL Short Video is contemporary Japan.
How does the thousand-year-old culture of Japan intersect with its extremely pop and constantly evolving present? Japan offers an extraordinary variety of experiences, from historical sanctuaries to more recent technologies. A country whose strong traditions are accompanied by an insatiable appetite for modernity.
The projects received will be evaluated by a committee and the 10 best videos will be shown in the Led wall of TENOHA Milano, located in via Vigevano 18.
Only entries that have complied with the below terms and conditions will be considered for the open call TENOHA WALL Short Video.
Participating is free of charge. Entrants must be adults.
All videos must be related to the theme: Contemporary Japan. Japan delivers an extraordinary variety of experiences – from historic shrines to the latest technology. A country whose deep-rooted traditional heritage sits comfortably alongside its insatiable appetite for modernity.
Entries must be received by Tuesday, April 30, 2019 11.59pm. Late entries will not be accepted.
There are no restrictions on style or theme, but all videos must be no longer than 60 seconds including credits, and WITHOUT sound. Entries that exceed this limit will not be considered.
Video size: 1080 x 1080 px
Video orientation: Square
Accepted aspect ratios: 1:1
Video formats: MP4, MOV, codec H.264
6. SUBMITTING YOUR ENTRY
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, containing:
– registration form (see attached) completed in its entirety and signed;
-link of wetransfer with uploaded the video that you intend to nominate;
Subject of the email: Name Surname TENOHA WALL Short Video 2019