Saturday January 24 8pm, $8 at the door.
The 100 Second Film Festival is non-commercial, non-competitive, collaborative. Our objective is to stimulate people to create, watch and share videos that are 100 seconds long.
At its simplest, the 100 Second Film Festival is a collection of short videos presented to an audience in person or through the medium of cable television or the Internet. The videos are collected via the Internet and snail mail after being promoted through a high energy low budget ‘call for entries’.
Each screening contains several works produced by the local audience. This is up to the individual or group curating the festival screening. The curator(s) can put together the works in any fashion that they see fit.
The 100 Second shows are put together from works collected through these ‘call for entries’ and the existing pool of videos that exist online with a tag of ‘100seconds’. Every show can be different, addressing a variety of themes and audiences. The only constant is the pace of 100 seconds.
The project is fueled by the Creative Commons. 100seconds.org/