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ШORLD ШIDE ШEB FESTIVΔL
11—12—13—DEC

MUSIC VIDEO COMPETITIOП
C∆LL FOR EПTRIES!


For this year’s festival edition we want to draw some attention to the numerous amazing music videos that are produced and might sometimes get lost in the depths of the internet world since the 90s are over and there is no real music TV culture anymore.
The best 3 music videos will be picked and then broadcasted during the festival in our Krake TV programme taking place between 11-13th December via our website.

OUR SELECTION PROCESS WORKS IN 2 STEPS

Step One — The Jury

For step one you have to pass our festival jury, consisting of four video experts, each one of them coming from a different corner or artistic vision. We want the jury to represent a diverse audio-visual perspective and broad understanding of what it takes to make a good music video. The jury will then - out of all entries - select the 10 best music videos and pass them over to step 2.

Step Two — The Audience

We would like to know your opinion and give the 10 jury-selections to the public to vote. Which criteria you apply to pick your favorite is absolutely up to you.

You may want to consider the following, though: 

• most suprising
• costume
• acting
• abstract video art
• visual effects
• narrative
• audio-visual coherence
• dancing
• low budget 

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LEGAL & RIGHTS — Filmmakers, producers and artists, who submit videos declare to own all required rights of the video. Krake Festival are not responsible for legal disputes that occur when videos are submitted without permission or without the required rights of used material. Nor can they be held responsible to clarify any occuring issues with the person illegally submitting the video.

FORMAT — The music videos should be no longer than 7 minutes. Please make sure the videos doesnt’t contain a credit roll at the end. You can send the credits together with your application via email, though. We will publish the credits when your video gets selected by the jury and will be put on our website for the public voting.

HOШ TO ΔPPLY

Please send your MUSIC VIDEO as a weblink (youtube, vimeo, etc)! please don’t send the actual video file!

Please send the CREDITS in written form with your email. Please make sure your video doesn’t contain a credit roll at the end. We will publish the credits when your video gets selected by the jury and will be put on our website for the public voting. 

Please send your application to musicvideos@killekill.com

Deadline: 20th Nov 2020

THE JURY

ANDREA FAMILARI FAX  is a Italian artist, born in 1987, lives and works in Berlin, Germany. He investigates mostly the perception of audio, the way to represent it and to describe the feeling with geometrical structures. His works are focused on the data analysis of the sound to generate distorted landscape, surreal forms and abstract scenery of decomposition of micro/macro cosmos. His projects encompass from performance, interactive installation, photography and geometry.
Presenting solo performance as well collaborating with several musicians such as Dadub, AnD, Oscar Mulero, Eomac, Samuel Roher, Honzo, Ascion, Platonic Dive, Meg … And has collaborated with labels like Pressure, Electric Deluxe, Inner Surface, Repitch Recordings and Opal Tapes among many others. He exhibited and performed at Berlin Atonal, Mira Festival, Mapping Festival, Electron Festival, Krake Festival, roBOt Festival, Flussi Festival among many others.

In 2013 he also founded, together with Marco Berardi (Mogano) and Giuseppe Bifulco (Drøp) the Records Label Arboretum, a cooperative platform for Audio/Video experiments. In 2017 he developed psst.one, a web channel focused on weekly video interviews about the artists involved in all aspects related to the audio/video field."


ALESSANDRA LEONE is a music video director, motion designer and multimedia artist. Berlin based since 2007, Leone has continued to do freelance work as Art Director and Motion Graphics Designer for commercial projects, while developing her artistry through a variety of collaborations with musicians, performers, filmmakers.In 2012 she founded StratoFyzika, a Berlin based intermedia performance group producing audiovisual/dance work for stage. Leone started collaborating with cutting-edge artist and musician Zoë Mc Pherson in 2016, and joined her as music video director of the String Figures project. Some of the videos they produced won several prizes and were screened at film festivals in Europe and abroad. In 2020 Leone and Mc Pherson funded SFX, a platform producing audiovisual experiences and objects.

Instagram @ale.byss, 
www.alessandraleone.comauxiliaryfields.cargo.site


LUCIA DUNLOP studied Film and Animation for three years in Buenos Aires, along with photography and lighting courses. She then went on to lead of a film crew as Head of Production at Teatro Vorterix and different concert venues around the capital to record live shows and interviews, working with the likes of Slash and Misfits. 

 She directed music videos, documentaries and short films before moving to Berlin, where she became one of the Ismus founders. Taking her stance as Design Manager, she is responsible for their visual identity alongside countless other projects in Berlin to date. 

You can find some of her work at https://cargocollective.com/luciamarkich

 

DEVIN MOHR worked in NYC in design for entertainment creating ambient environments for events held at the Plaza Hotel, the St. Regis and for Ian Schrager (of Studio 54) hotels and events early in his career. Later moving to New Orleans and designing in a similar capacity for high-end events. He spent ten years in Hawaii producing three albums, performing and creating over 40 music videos.

Devin Mohr exhibited at the New Orleans museum of art as well as a solo exhibition at The Hawaii Museum of Contemporary Art.

https://www.devinmohr.com
https://vimeo.com/user7933762

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KRAKE FESTIVAL is a Berlin based festival for challenging electronic music, organized by the Killekill crew. Krake means octopus and the festival is organised in a comparable way: Over the coarse of a week it spreads across various locations. KRAKE is not about genres or hype, it’s about music, that dares to step off the beaten track, about surprising performances and a down-to-earth attitude, far off the mainstream.

KRAKE FESTIVAL is a Berlin based festival for challenging electronic music, organized by the Killekill crew. Krake means octopus and the festival is organised in a comparable way: Over the coarse of a week it spreads across various locations. KRAKE is not about genres or hype, it’s about music, that dares to step off the beaten track, about surprising performances and a down-to-earth attitude, far off the mainstream.

KRAKE FESTIVAL is a Berlin based festival for challenging electronic music, organized by the Killekill crew. Krake means octopus and the festival is organised in a comparable way: Over the coarse of a week it spreads across various locations. KRAKE is not about genres or hype, it’s about music, that dares to step off the beaten track, about surprising performances and a down-to-earth attitude, far off the mainstream.