segunda-feira, 3 de março de 2014

12th MUMIA - Open Calls - Brazil

art: Clécius Rodrigues


12˚ MUMIA – UNDERGROUND WORLD ANIMATION FESTIVAL

BELO HORIZONTE - NOVA LIMA 01 to 31 of October / 2014
Extra Screenings / Special Programme: Teófilo Otoni a Almenara (November / 2014)
Exhibition places: Humberto Mauro Cinema – Palace of Arts, Joaquim Pedro de Andrade Cineclub, Uma Tela no Meu Bairro Cineclub, Sabotage Cineclub, Luis Bessa Public Library, UNA House, C.A.S.A (Armatrux Artistic Company), PUC São Gabriel, SESC Palladium, Curta Degustação Cineclub, Undió.

TALKS + GUESTS + RETROSPECTIVES + PARTIES

The best of the world animated films on Minas Gerais’ screens.

FREE ENTRANCE

Objectives:
MUMIA aims to broaden the spaces of imagination and possibilities of a new speech on art, of a new way of sensing the world and also a new way of expression, amid giving support to the brazilian cinematography culture by creating room to the emerging of new audiences, producers and directors.
Films and vídeos produced without any kind of support, no money at all or even those which caused loss to its producers and other ones made with very low budgets are very well accepted too.

Organizers:
MUMIA, a competitive festival, is a iniciative of brazilian animators with the support of Belo Horizonte’s Incentive Law of Culture, UNA Universitarian Center,  ABCA, SESC Palladium, Leite Films, Pimenta Films, Favela É Isso Aí,
Sinpro Minas, Oficina de Imagens, Mucury Cultural.

Purpose:
The purpose of MUMIA is to promote the cultural production of animation films and videos, contributing to its development as an artistic language, specific format and  production method. The Festival also aims to offer the local audience the access to the national and international animation production beyond what is currently available through commercial outlets, traditional production houses or film institutions.


REGULATIONS
Chapter I
Purpose
MUMIA – Underground World Animation Festival – is focused in promoting recent animation short films, incentivating inovation and creativity.

Chapter II
Registration
2.1 - The Festival is opened to national and international animated films of any format and any lenght, completed after 2004, regardless of the original format, that should be sent preferably to the email inscricoesmumia@gmail.com through wetransfer (www.wetransfer.com) on H264 format. DVDs (NTSC) will also be accepted (See address below).
International productions should include credits and complete dialogue list.
Each director can submit more than one film or video, but must submit each of them with separate entry forms.
Videos made in different worlds will be very well accepted too.

2.2 - Film's links, photos and all the adicional information must be sent by May 31st 2014 to the email inscricoesmumia@gmail.com

DVDs must be sent by May 31st 2014 to the Festival adress:
11º MUMIA – Centro Universitário UNA - Campus Liberdade
Rua da Bahia, 1764
Lourdes
Belo Horizonte – MG
30160-011
Brasil
Tel: (031) 9804 5253

Chapter III:
Selection 
3.1 - There will not be selection of the films and videos submitted. But films that do not fit the festival's genre, according to the opinion of the festival's diretors, will not be accepted.
3.2 - Selected films and the programming will be available from August 23, 2014 in: http://www.mostramumia.blogspot.com/
Chapter IV:
General Information
4.1 – Preview tapes will not be returned and will be part of the Festival’s archive and can be screened  only for cultural purposes on special programmes in Brasil or other countries, including television programmes, without commercial purposes under the director’s authorization.
4.2 - If your work is accepted into the festival, you agree to allow MUMIA to use the film (including images, photos, sound and clips – maximum of 30”) within our promotions and screenings.
4.3 – MUMIA’s is also allowed to use pictures, photos and graphic  and publicity materials of the films to promote them in every media supports.
4.4- All the selected Brazilian and international animations will be part of a Special Programme to be screened on the cities of Teófilo Otoni and Almenara (Minas Gerais) on November / 2014.
4.5 – Registration will be confirmed by mail until september / 2014, after the arrival of all required materials and information.
4.6 - The submitter of the films must pay for all the shipping costs.
4.7 - The entry of a film or a video implies acceptance of the terms of these regulations. 
4.8 - Other issues will be decided by the MUMIA’s organization committee. 

fill out the entry form here
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?usp=drive_web&formkey=dFFMajhqRnMwdzc1aVN1WWxvclQxS3c6MQ#gid=0



terça-feira, 5 de novembro de 2013

AWARDS 11th MUMIA - Underground International Animated Film Festival Brazil


INTERNATIONAL
Best Short: Still moving - Yann Chapotel – 8’10”- França- 2011

2 Best Short: Mortale - Paolo Bonfiglio – 6’48’- Itália – 2009

3 Best Short: Safar - Mashaallah Mohammadi – 5’35”- Iran – 2012

Juri: Paulo Nazareth (artist)

NATIONAL

Best Short: Un Día de Trabajo - Fransisco Rosatelli Vocation MUMIA: Visceral - Bruno Cabús

REGIONAL
Best Regional Short: Quinto Andar - Marco Nick Regional Vocation MUMIA: Bicho Papão - Luciano Irrtum
Special of juri: made directed in movie: A Bad Day - Fernando Rossi
Special Honor Kids: A história do dragão do bafo quente – Coletivo / Instituto Libertas

Juri: Leo Ribeiro (animator) e João Perdigão (jornalist)

quinta-feira, 8 de agosto de 2013

11th MUMIA - COMPETITIVES PROGRAMS

NATIONAL 1 (52’)
O Cangaceiro - Marcos Buccini -  5’34” – PE – 2012
O visitante imaginário - Daniel Muniz – 7’25”- Araraquara – SP – 2013
Phantasma - Alessandro Correa – 10’20” – SP – 2012
Engole ou Cospervilha? - Marão, David Mussel, Pedro Eboli, Fernanda Valverde, Jonas Brandão, Giuliana Danza, Gabriel Bitar e Zé Alexandre – 8’- RJ/SP/MG – 2013
Laurinha – Escola - Jon e Thomate – 1’30”- Ribeirão Preto – SP – 2012
Teste das Palavras - Jon – 6’30”- Ribeirão Preto – SP – 2011
Selva de Pedra – Telmo Carvalho – 2’24’- CE – 2012
Mais um dia entre muitos - Fernanda Sayuri Gutiyama – 6’33”- Campinas – SP – 2012
Última Evolução - Vinícius Pimenta – 3’04”- SP – 2012
Caranga - Água - José Francisco Peligrino Xavier – 45”- Joinville – SC- 2011

NATIONAL 2 (48’)
Laurinha - O Leão - Jon e Thomate – 1’30”- Ribeirão Preto – SP – 2012
Esporte para Todos – Telmo Carvalho - 1’52 ‘- CE – 2012
ONE MAN - Graciliano Camargo – 4’- SP – 2012
Ovelina - Pamella de Castro Alves Pesareli – 2’14’- SP – 2012
Xí! Comeram o lanche da vovó! - Alan Nóbrega – 1’10’- RJ – 2012
Suassuna - A peleja do Sonho com a Injustuça - Filipe Gontijo – 8’43’- 2013
A Vaquinha Preta - Maurício Sabbi – 3’18”- Caxias do Sul – RS – 2012
A invocação da Grande Serpente - Alessandra Martins – 3’07”- SP – 2013
The Loving Dead - Henrique Braga e Rodrigo Brustolin – 9’32’- Santo Antônio da Patrulha – RS – 2011
A ARCA VIROU CAMINHÃO - Cleuberth Choi – 4’- DF - 2011
Encantadores de Histórias – Raquel Piantino – 7’30’- DF
Caranga - Dengue - José Francisco Peligrino Xavier – 45”- Joinville – SC- 2011


NATIONAL 3 (50’)
Bicho Homem - Telmo Carvalho - 2’14 ‘- CE – 2012
Paleolito - ismael lito e Gabriel Calegario – 6’- RJ – 2013
Tá Frito - Daniel Batista, Tiago Maia e Yasmin Rodrigues  - 3’20’- AM – 2012
A princesa e o coração gelado - Antônio Navarro, Beca Furtado, Zu Escobar – 11’16”- RS – 2009
Filamentos - Grupo é – 4’44’- SP – 2013
A noite em que o Destino dormiu com o Acaso - Alessandra Martins – 4’37”- SP – 2011
Videoclipe Insomne - Gustavo Palma – 4’31”- AM/RS/RJ/SP – 2012
Um Apólogo - Felipe Nascimento Gaze, Délio Freire, Darcy Alcantara Neto e Wolmyr Aimberê Alcantara Filho – 8’18’- ES- 2012
Programa de Múmia - Diego Lacerda – 3’37”- PE – 2012
Piconuts – Rüsben – 40”- BA – 2012
Caranga – Energia Elétrica - José Francisco Peligrino Xavier – 45”- Joinville – SC- 2011


NATIONAL 4 (54’)
Oportunidade para Todos - Telmo Carvalho - 2’22”- CE – 2012
Awara Nane Putane - Uma História do Cipó - Sérgio de Carvalho – 23’- AC - 2012
Caranga - José Francisco Peligrino Xavier – 45”- Joinville – SC- 2011
Esta Noite Tem Peleja - Felipe Nascimento Gaze e Wolmyr Aimberê Alcantara Filho – 11’38”- ES – 2009
A Última Reunião Dançante – Lisandro Santos – 12’45’- RS – 2012
Caranga - Do Outro lado do Manguezal - José Francisco Peligrino Xavier – 5’30”- Joinville – SC- 2011

NATIONAL 5 (52’)
Embolada - Telmo Carvalho - 2’16”- CE – 2012
Caranga - Manguezal Legal - José Francisco Peligrino Xavier – 45”- Joinville – SC- 2011
Quiriri - Filipe Cargnin – 10’- SC – 2013
O Rei Está Morto – FTP – 21’21”- Caxias do Sul – RS – 2012
Me Cutuca - Zé Paulo Vieira da Costa - 2'31" – PA – 2013
L'anime - Diego Urrutia – 4’26’- Pelotas – RS – 2012
Visceral - Bruno Cabús – 7’35’- PE – 2012
Urlok de Otirb - André Brito – 2’30”- RJ - 2007       

NATIONAL 6 (39’)
Comunicando - Telmo Carvalho - 4’49”- CE – 2011
O Mistério da Lua - Alessandra Martins – 1’45’- SP – 2013
Caranga – Reciclagem - José Francisco Peligrino Xavier – 45”- Joinville – SC- 2011
Ed. - Gabriel Garcia – 13’56”- RS
Além do Muro - Camila Mitiko Inagaki – 2’07”- Pelotas / RS – 2011
Ícaro - Ricardo Pinto – 1’- PB – 2010
Planeta dos Boi-Peixes – Fabio Yamaji – 1’- SP – 2012
Un Día de Trabajo - Francisco Rosatelli – 3’12”- SP – 2012
Reminiscências - Clarissa Machado – 3’33’- PE – 2012
Balada do Guarda-Roupa – Diego Akel – 6’06”- CE – 2012


REGIONAL 1 (69’)
Eram os Deuses Extraterrestres? – Cacinho - 6':22" – Juiz de Fora – 2012
De martelos e serrotes – Jacson Abacatu – 2’- BH – 2012
CHUVAS DE VERÃO - Robson dos Santos – 5’05”- BH – MG - 2013
Mein Spiegel – Daniel Bretas – 2’25”- BH – MG – 2012
Pesona Victima - Glauber Rodrigues – 3’20”- BH – MG – 2013
Silêncio Intencional - Giuliana Danza - Cicero Miranda – 6’35’- BH – MG – 2012
Toninho e a Patota - Cláudio Henrique dos Santos – 8’- Pará de Minas – MG – 2013
Bequadro II - Simon Pedro Brethé – 6’- BH – MG- 2012
A história do dragão do bafo quente – Coletivo / Instituto Libertas – 5’40”- BH – MG – 2012
A moça que existe em meus sonhos - Luhan Dias – 14’04’- BH – MG – 2013
Cura sexual - Edward Armache – 4’54”- Mariana – MG – 2013
Macknópolis - Ana Pessôa – 4’43”- Contagem – MG - 2013

REGIONAL 2 (58’)
O SEGREDO DA MÚSICA - Robson dos Santos – 4’19”- BH – MG- 2013
Tudestória - Luhan Dias – 17’45’- BH – MG – 2013
2004 - Edgard Paiva – 5’48”- BH – MG – 2011
A BAD DAY – Fernando Rossi – 5’30”- BH – MG – 2013
Quinto Andar - Marco Nick – 7’40”- BH – MG – 2012
Presente- Felipe Ávila Neves – 8’18”- BH – MG – 2013
Bicho Papão – Luciano Irrtum – 5’22”- BH – MG - 2013
Cafeka - Natalia Cristine Alencar – 2’30”- BH – MG – 2011
O Barquinho e a Baleia - Débora Arau e Dayane Gomes – 58”- Contagem – MG – 2013


INTERNATIONAL 1 (59’)
the Animation Tag Attack – Christen Bach- 09’58”- Alemanha – 2012
La lune d'en face / moon next door - Guillaume de Sacrafamès – 3’34’- França – 2011
The whole truth about the disappearance of dinosaurs - Guillaume de Sacrafamès – 5’42’- França – 2012
The Library - Leo Crane – 4’- Inglaterra – 2012
Park a Person - HEIDI STOKES – 6’37”- Inglaterra
Santino - Francesco Scarponi – 9’43”- Itália –
MEMENTO MORI - Daniela Wayllace – 10’- Bélgica – 2012
Overcast - Velislav Kazakov – 9’25’- Canadá - 2011

INTERNATIONAL 2 (55’)
Java japonaise / japanese Java - Guillaume de Sacrafamès / Pir – 7’14”- França – 2012
SUNNY AFTERNOON - Thomas Renoldner – 6’50”- Austria – 2012
Nuestra arma es nuestra Lengua - Cristián Cartier Ballvé – 15’- Argentina – 2013
Suciedad LTDA - Andrés Tudela – 16’35”- Colômbia – 2012
Rupturas deliciosas - Frank Morales – 1’45’- Espanha – 2012
The pigeons - Josselin Beliah & Elise Chabert – 1’- França – 2012
QOSA - Fernando Ocampo – 1’32’- Paraguai – 2012
White tape - Michelle Kranot – 2’05”- Dinamarca – 2010
Conversation - Chen Hailu – 2’48”- China - 2008

INTERNATIONAL 3 (59’)
Patakes - Nicolas Bianco-Levrin & Julie Rembauville – 10’40 – França – 2012
You Shall Not Leave the Way! – Veronika Szemlova – 7’16”- Republica Tcheca – 2011
A NAU CATRINETA - Artur Correia – 4’30’- Portugal –
Sisters - Lea Vidakovic – 7’48’- Bélgica – 2012
CREAMEN - ESTHER CASAS – 11’- USA / Espanha – 2013
EIDEANN - ÁLVARO GRANADOS – 5’ – Espanha – 2013
Toto - Zbigniew Czapla – 12’-  Polonia

INTERNATIONAL 4 (60’)
15 BILHÕES DE FATIAS DE (-T)+DEUS – Cláudio Jordão – 9’- Portugal
EL VENDEDOR DE HUMO - JAIME MAESTRO – 6’- Espanha – 2012
La vida en la cima - Javier Ojeda Arancibia – 14’30”- Espanha - 2013
Mortale - Paolo Bonfiglio – 6’48’- Itália – 2009
Alter ego - Marcela Rodríguez – 13’- Colômbia – 2012
Les supercheries littéraires: Comment créer un gourou auteur de best-sellers - Joris Clerté
-3’12”- França – 2013
La nuit américaine d’Angélique - Christian Desmares & Jean-Yves Castillon – 7’25”- França – 2013

INTERNATIONAL 5 (52’)
O MILAGRE - Francisco Lança – 4’- Portugal
Safar - Mashaallah Mohammadi – 5’35”- Iran – 2012
Droits collectifs - Pierre-Emmanuel Lyet – 2’- França – 2012
Friendsheep - Jaime Maestro – 7’05”- Espanha – 2011
The Cuckoo Clock - Roxana Vasilescu – 5’37”- Alemanha – 2009
Widow Caillou - Agnès Patron – 7’30”- França – 2011
My name is Maria - Elio Quiroga Rodríguez – 11’- Espanha – 2010
Enter The Lovely - Owen McGonigle – 2’53”- Escócia – 2010
ORA – Aqua - Matei Branea – 30”- Romênia – 2010
Gallery - Robert Proch – 5’- Polônia - 2010

INTERNATIONAL 6 (59’)
LÁGRIMAS DE UM PALHAÇO - Cláudio Sá – 6’- Portugal – 2012
Baranhaie Rangi/Colorful Rains - Mashaallah Mohammadi – 3’30”- Iran – 2013
ADAGP - Pierre-Emmanuel Lyet – 2’- França – 2012
Vecinos (Neighbours) - Jaime Maestro – 6’35”- Espanha – 2012
Still moving - Yann Chapotel – 8’10”- França- 2011
Old Buddy - Hero (Olivier Dressen) - 4'40 – Malasia – 2012
Pixel Joy - Florentine Grelier - 2'09 -  França - 2012
The Story of Little Paolo - Nicolas Liguori - 22'- 2011
Round - Kirk Hendry – 5’26” – Inglaterra - 2008

INTERNATIONAL 7 (56’)
Les Primtemps - The Spring - Jerome Boulbes - 15'13 – França - 2012
Like Rabbits (Sticky Ends, chap. 2) - Osman Cerfon - 8'- 2012 - França
Dulces sueños – Pablo Turcatti – 5’- Uruguay – 2009
Les Voiles du partage - Pierre Mousquet, Jérôme Cauwe – 8’- Belgica – 2013
REW DAY - Svilen Dimitrov – 6’40”- Bulgaria – 2012
Kali, o vampire – Regina Pessoa – 9’20”- Portugal – 2012
Let’s Go! - Alexis Beaumont e Remi Godin – 3’35’- França – 2012

INTERNATIONAL 8 (62’)

It’s such a Beautiful day – Don hertfeldt – 62’- 2013.

sexta-feira, 5 de abril de 2013

11˚ MUMIA – UNDERGROUND WORLD ANIMATION FESTIVAL - regulation and entry form


11˚ MUMIA – UNDERGROUND WORLD ANIMATION FESTIVAL
BELO HORIZONTE - NOVA LIMA 01 to 31 of October / 2013
Exhibition places: Humberto Mauro Cinema – Palace of Arts, Belo Horizonte Cultural Center, Casa do Baile (House of Ball), Joaquim Pedro de Andrade Cineclub, Uma Tela no Meu Bairro Cineclub, Uma tela na minha rua Cineclub, Sabotage Cineclub, Luis Bessa Public Library, UNA House, C.A.S.A (Armatrux Artistic Company), PUC São Gabriel,  Nada- Undió Shop,  SESC Palladium – (Betim’s City Hall Auditorium).
Extra Screenings / Special Programme: Teófilo Otoni (November / 2013)
TALKS + GUESTS + RETROSPECTIVES + PARTIES
The best of the world animated films on Minas Gerais’ screens.
FREE ENTRANCE

Objectives:
MUMIA aims to broaden the spaces of imagination and possibilities of a new speech on art, of a new way of sensing the world and also a new way of expression, amid giving support to the brazilian cinematography culture by creating room to the emerging of new audiences, producers and directors.
Films and vídeos produced without any kind of support, no money at all or even those which caused loss to its producers and other ones made with very low budgets are very well accepted too.
Organizers:
MUMIA, a competitive festival, is a iniciative of brazilian animators with the support of Belo Horizonte’s Incentive Law of Culture, Betim's City Hall, ABCA, SESC Palladium, Leite Filmes, Pimenta Filmes, Sinpro Minas, IT Films, Comunication and Entertainment, UNA Universitarian Center,  Oficina de Imagens, Mucury Cultural,  Casa Fora do Eixo.
Purpose:
The purpose of MUMIA is to promote the cultural production of animation films and videos, contributing to its development as an artistic language, specific format and  production method. The Festival also aims to offer the local audience the access to the national and international animation production beyond what is currently available through commercial outlets, traditional production houses or film institutions.

REGULATIONS
Chapter I
Purpose
MUMIA – Underground World Animation Festival – is focused in promoting recent animation short films, incentivating inovation and creativity.

Chapter II
Registration

2.1 - The Festival is opened to national and international animated films of any format and any lenght, completed after 2003, on DVD (NTSC), regardless of the original format.
International productions should include credits and complete dialogue list.
Each director can submit more than one film or video, but must submit each of them with separate entry forms, although the films or videos can be sent all together in the same DVD.
MUMIA will receive the films also through www.transfer.com on H264 format.
DVDs must be sent to the festival's adress (see below).
Videos made in different worlds will be very well accepted too.

2.2 - Registration forms, DVDs, files and all the adicional information must be sent by May 31st 2013 to the Festival adress:

11º MUMIA – Centro Universitário UNA - Campus Liberdade
Rua da Bahia, 1764
Lourdes
Belo Horizonte – MG
30160-011
Brasil
Tel: (031) 9804 5253
Photos must be sent by mail to inscricoesmumia@gmail.com

Chapter III
Selection 
3.1 - There will not be selection of the films and videos submitted. As long as the screening time of the Festival programming is completed, the selection will be over. Films that do not fit the festival's genre, according to the opinion of the festival's diretors, will not be accepted.
3.2 - Selected films and the programming will be available from August 23, 2013 in: http://www.mostramumia.blogspot.com/

Chapter IV:
General Information
4.1 – Preview tapes will not be returned and will be part of the Festival’s archive and can be screened  only for cultural purposes on special programmes in Brasil or other countries, including television programmes, without commercial purposes under the director’s authorization.
4.2 - If your work is accepted into the festival, you agree to allow MUMIA to use the film (including images, photos, sound and clips – maximum of 30”) within our promotions and screenings.
4.3 – MUMIA’s is also allowed to use pictures, photos and graphic  and publicity materials of the films to promote them in every media supports.
4.4- All the selected Brazilian and international animations will be part of a Special Programme to be screened on the cities of Teófilo Otoni on November / 2013.
4.5 – Registration will be confirmed by mail after the arrival of all required materials and information.
4.6 - The submitter of the films must pay for all the shipping costs.
4.7 - The entry of a film or a video implies acceptance of the terms of these regulations. 
4.8 - Other issues will be decided by the MUMIA’s organization committee. 

Submission here


translation: Claudia Nunes