• 10th May 2018, 23.00 (GMT)
  • Submissions received after this time cannot be considered


  • No entry fee
  • Through the compilation of the application form


  • Apply and works send by email, Dropbox, WeTransfer, etc. cannot be considered
  • Only after the organizers’ confirmation of acceptance, artists can send the file .mp4 1920×1080


  • Individuals and collectives are welcome to apply
  • Applicants must be over 18 years old
  • Artists who submitted their videos for the previous edition of the festival can also participate, excluding the videos selected for the first edition
  • Employees of the SantaGiulia Fine Arts Academy in Brescia and of the Foppa Group cannot participate


  • Video must be made after 1st January 2016
  • Video should not last more than 15 minutes
  • All works in languages other than English or Italian must include subtitles in any of these languages
  • Each artist or collective can participate with no more than 3 works, sending also a statement or synopsis of the work (max 500 characters for each work), a short bio (max 500 characters)


  • The artists, by submitting their works, authorize the organizers’ re-elaboration, respecting the integrity of the works and the artist, of fragments of their works to show as promotion of the festival
  • The artist grants the work’s show during the Festival’s evenings, which will take place in Italy, in the Brescia area in 2018


  • Works respecting all submitting rules will be judge and selected by Anna Albertelli, Nicole Bolpagni, Delia Bongiovanni, Linda Carluccio, Giuditta Colombi, Serena Filippini, Pietro Modonesi, Rita Puliafito, Marta Scherini e Alice Vangelisti, coordinate by Alessandro Mancassola
  • Works will be chosen at the incontestable discretion of the committee


  • The artist must hold the copyright of the submitted work. If in the work there is something holding by a third party, a permission from the copyright holder is required. Permission must be obtained from the copyright holder for the use of any video, music or any other content used in the submitted work.
  • The artist states that the work’s contents do not violate the human rights. Anyway, the artist exempt the SantaGiulia Fine Arts Academy of Brescia from any responsibility on the contents of the video, which will be shown in public spaces and will be visible to all ages.
  • The artist takes sole responsibility for resolving any third party‘s claims of infringement of rights and/or claim for damages. The SantaGiulia Fine Art Academy of Brescia shall not be held accountable in the event of any dispute.
  • The personal data provided by the artist will be used only for communications relating to the festival.
  • The personal data won’t be disclosed to third party without the agreement of the interested party. This information could be disclosed to a third party only when it is strictly connected with the festival’s working and management