CMIAR 27 – Ohio Peace Film Competition

6 04 2016

Ohio Peace Film Competition 

The Ohio Peace Festival, The Columbus Moving Image Art Review, The Mershon Center for International Security Studies, The OSU Film Studies Program and The Gateway Film Center have come together to create a film festival to inspire people around Ohio to engage with the idea of peace through film. Regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, orientation, or experience as a filmmaker, we want to see films created from all walks of life.

Brief Submission Rules
We ask all filmmakers to consider these three ideas and how they apply to your film:

“It can only be achieved by understanding.”
“Ignorance is a menace to peace”
“The opposite of war is not peace, its creation”

These ideas can be included as a general theme, a line of dialog or text, or even be part of the title of the film. When completing the submission form, make note of how at least one of these ideas influenced your film.

Films should be under 40 minutes in length and must be submitted by May 8th 2016.
A panel of curators from The Ohio Peace Festival and the Columbus Moving Image Art Review will award a first, second, and third place prize during the screening event on June 7th at the Gateway Film Center.
The awards will be award as the following:
Best Film – $500
2nd Best Film – $300
3rd Best Film – $200

Competition Dates
Submission Deadline May 8th 2016
Screening Date: June 7th 2016
Submission is Free
For More information about the Ohio Peace Festival – http://www.ohiopeace.com/

To submit to the film competition – https://movingimageart.wordpress.com/ohio-peace-film-competition/ 

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Columbus Moving Image Art Review 19 Spring 2014 June 27th Friday 8pm

21 06 2014

The Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) will host its 19th quarterly local moving image screening event on Friday June 27th from 8pm to 9:30pm at the Ohio State University’s Hagerty Hall Theater room 180. CMIAR is a screening event for artist residing in Columbus, Ohio and surrounding areas. CMIAR was developed by two local moving image artists who wanted to create a way for the seventh art of film to return to the presentation medium of the cinema house. CMIAR 19 will be programmed with moving image work from Ohio State University Students, Staff and Alumni, CCAD Students and Faculty, and local Central Ohio filmmakers. Admission is free. Light food and drinks will be provided. CMIAR is sponsored by the OSU Film Studies Program and Nicolettecinemagraphics.

CMIAR 19 Artists:

My Typewriter – Matt Swift
Overlooked 1 – Phil Garrett
Be Happy – Emily Holt
Puppet Man – Yang Wu
We Bleed Too: The Story of Tony Bush – Pamela I Theodotou
Lillian Edie Devoult: Portrait of a Transgendered Individual – Emily Holt
Overlooked 2 – Phil Garrett
Your Memories – Nikki Swift
Life Lapse: Infinity – Eric Homan
City Lights – Alys Beach, Digital Graffiti 2014 – Matt Swift
Buzz 2 – Ken Rinaldo
Pixilation – Shannon McLoon
Overlooked 3 – Phil Garrett





Columbus Moving Image Art Review 17 December 13th at 8PM

6 12 2013

The Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) will host its 17th quarterly local moving image screening event on Friday December 13th from 8pm to 9:30pm at the Ohio State University’s Hagerty Hall Theater room 180. CMIAR is a screening event for artist residing in Columbus, Ohio and surrounding areas. CMIAR was developed by two local moving image artists who wanted to create a way for the seventh art of film to return to the presentation medium of the cinema house. CMIAR 17 will be programmed with moving image work from Ohio State University Students, Staff and Alumni, CCAD Students and Faculty, and local Central Ohio filmmakers. Admission is free. Light food and drinks will be provided. CMIAR is sponsored by the OSU Film Studies Program and Nicolettecinemagraphics.

CMIAR 17 is:
Magic Eye – Franz Ross
Patsy – Yang Wu
Accidental Art – Peter John Ross
Rural Colors – Northern Ohio – Matt Swift
Life-Lapse: 2013 – Eric Homan
City Walks Nikki Swift
Flash Fetch – Cody Wittekind
Back on Earth? – Phil Garrett
Smile Bigger Than Face – Chris Wittum
Fish Tank – Ethan Roberts