The Atticus Review Videopoem Contest, 2019-20

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Atticus Review is happy to announce our second annual Videopoem Contest judged by Swoon. Contest participants can submit up to three videopoems for a single entry fee of $10. You may submit video files or links to Vimeo or YouTube pages. Please no submissions of work where the judge is a collaborator or is otherwise directly involved. The videopoems can be previously published.
First Prize: $250 & Publication
Second Prize: $50 & Publication
Third Prize: Publication
Deadline: January 12th, 2020
Winner Announced: January 31st, 2020

ABOUT THE JUDGE:
Marc Neys / Swoon / No One

No One is a composer, Swoon a video-artist, and both personas reside in Marc Neys from Belgium.

As one of the leading and most prolific figures in modern videopoetry he made videopoems for and with writers from all over the globe. He inspired new creators through his workshops and showcases on videopoetry.

He creates works with a focus on the purely poetic quality of the moving image in relation to the spoken or written poem. A sophisticated interplay of constructed soundscapes and images with personal reflections. Through a visual language and references to his everyday life, he creates a framework in which the poems come to a different development.

He released 3 CDs over the last two years and his videos have been selected and featured at festivals all over the world.

Links:
https://musicfromnoone.bandcamp.com/
https://vimeo.com/swoon

Atticus Review Videopoem Contest, 2019-20



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