- Problems viewing the streams?
- What is the permanent collection
- Problems with registration
- Why wasnt I selected?
- I missed the deadline for submissions, now what?
- Where can I find the press and media page?
- My film has been selected, how do I login to edit my information?
- Do selected artists get paid for their works?
- Is there a max. or minimum lenght for submissions?
- What is the copyright policy?
- Can I upload my film to your server?
- Why isnt the festival broadcasting all year round?
- Address for sending submissions
- How many films can I submit?
- What are the specifications for submitting a film?
- What is the entrance fee for film submissions?
- When can I submit my film?
- How to play streams in VLC
- Can I support this festival?
- Can I download the films?
- Do I have to pay to view films?
- Where can I find the program?
- Where can I watch films?
- Minimum system requirements to view films?
- Who organizes this festival?
Submissions 08/12/2010There are numerous reasons why your work has been left out of the Streaming Festival program.
See below a selection:
1. We did not receive your work.
2. Your work was technically below par. Please keep in mind that the main theatre of the festival is a computer monitor, regardless of the physical screenings that we occasionally do. Thus, we need to convert your submission to our internet broadcasting standard. Wrong framerate, small dimensions, unexplained videonoise or badly digitalized vhs tapes will eventually not work.
We have pretty simple standards which you can always find on the submission form.
3. Your work was conceptually below par. The festival aims to bring together conceptual, but also original, artistic and challenging, works of art. Even though we keep an open mind, some works don't befit these standards.
4. Your work would be better presented in a gallery or part as an installation. We are mostly, and mainly a platform on the internet, and can't re-create the feel or possibilities of a gallery or physical location.
5. You were selected, but did not receive our email or the email ended in your junk folder. Try a search to see if your work was included.
Send an email if you think something went wrong according to you with the submission.
Submissions 1/11/2010You can always try to email us, and see if there's an opening.
However, it seems more likely that you'll have to wait till the next edition.
Submissions 25/04/2008All lengths are accepted, whether it's 2 hours or 2 minutes.
Submissions 11/03/2008By submitting an entry to the Streaming Festival you must acknowledge and agree with the following points:
- I am fully authorized to grant permission to the Streaming Festival for showing my entry during the festival.
- I declare that I own or cleared all the rights of my entry submitted to the Streaming Festival.
- The Streaming Festival and their affiliated websites cannot be held responsible in any way for the content of my entry.
- I indemnify and hold harmless the Streaming Festival from and against all claims and legal expenses in connection with any claim, or third party claims based on my entry submitted to the Streaming Festival.
Submissions 15/01/2008Streaming Festival
Mauritskade 47 E
Submissions 15/01/2008Submit as many films as desired. However fill out a separate submission form per film.
Submissions 3/12/2007We accept the following specifications for submissions:
- CD or DVD (NTSC and PAL)
- 1280x720 (min:720 x 576)
- Data rate min 750Kbps (advised:1000)
- 44KHZ 16bit stereo
Keep this in mind:
Films are foremost shown on a computer monitor full screen, and possibly also on the big screen on physical locations. If your work has unexplained videonoise, dropped frames, is too small or is a badly digitalized vhs copy it will mostlikely not be selected.
Submissions 3/12/2007There is none! Submitting a film to the festival is absolutely free.
Submissions 24/11/2007The next edition of the Streaming Festival will be held in December 2014. The submission form is now available right: here