Following a highly successful 3rd year, Sensoria, the UK’s festival of film, music & digital will be back in April/May 2011. The festival is expanding from 7 to 10 days and the SensoriaPro industry event is expanding from 1 to 2 days. Dates are 29 April – 8 May 2011.
Sensoria’s guests so far have included Jarvis Cocker, Richard Hawley, Nitin Sawhney, Mark Kermode, John Robb, The Comsat Angels, Reverend and the Makers, Richard H Kirk (Cabaret Voltaire), British Sea Power, Julien Temple and many more. Events have taken place across the city and at venues including Sheffield Cathedral, Grosvenor House Hotel, the historic Butcher Works courtyard, guerilla-style projections around the city, Sheffield Law Courts and an underwater music system in Ponds Forge swimming pool. Sensoria has launched many new films including Eve Woods’ The Beat Is The Law.
The festival crosses musical genres and has celebrated everything from Americana/folk, indie and electronica through to rockabilly.
Call For Entries
Sensoria is now looking for exciting new work in the realms of music, film and digital – this can include fiction features or short films with an innovative soundtrack or score, music related biopics, music documentary and truly exceptional music video. Films should have been completed after 2008.
Sensoria is particularly looking for music-related submissions that outline how their proposed project or performance includes an innovative, exciting use of visuals.
There is no submission fee.
Submissions should include a CD/DVD/MP3, short synopsis, two production stills and full contact details and arrive no later than 19 November at the following address:
Sensoria submissions, Bank Street Arts, 32 – 40 Bank Street, Sheffield S1 2DS.
For any enquiries regarding submissions please email email@example.com