Today is an important day. We are opening a call for submissions to all the Artists and Companies who want to give a contribution at the “AcademyDays2020: sharing is caring” in support of ICRC.
For many years the physical stage and the time available didn’t give us the opportunity to offer visibility to all the great talents around the world that make up our beloved Industry. But now, thanks to the platform we´ve built for the event, that stage extends endlessly and we want to give all artists around the world the chance to be on it.
For this reason, we are looking for some inspiring, top-notch contents that will be published on the on-demand section of the AcademyDays website and which will be visible for free to all the registered users. Your contribution will be incredibly important for the event and will further help us reach a big and valuable goal: to help all suffering people affected by the pandemic, with the help of ICRC.
We’re asking for video contents lasting no more than 20 minutes in English. In your presentation, you can talk about/use any software or application available in our industry without any limitations. The presentation will have to focus on one of the following topics: business, marketing, technology, new software or scripts, technique, vision, studio culture, photography, art, making of.
Fill the form below and add both an abstract of your idea for the presentation and a link to your portfolio / website / personal page online. If you don’t have any, please upload some examples of your works via wetransfer and copy the link in the form.
We’ll select the most relevant applications and will send further information about the guidelines to make the presentation via email.
By joining forces and putting our best efforts, we can make great things.
We’re looking forward to receiving your ideas.
SOA AcademyDays Team
Deadline to submit your ideas: November 8th, 2020.
Deadline to send your final video: November 22nd, 2020.
Give your support to ICRC in their fight against COVID-19 in those in countries also affected by war and armed violence. They are trying to prevent the spread of this disease by supporting vital health care centers and providing crucial items such as soap and masks.