We're excited to announce our new development:
Video! Video! Video Festival, a 5-day moving-image festival to take place in August of 2016!

Video! Video! Festival will include

  • Short Movies
  • Long Movies
  • Video Art
  • Videos that aren't art or movies!
  • Panels
  • An after party with DJs and Performers!
  • A super special SURPRISE guest video artist!
And, best of all.... IT'S ALL FREE!!!

The Line-up

Most film festivals and submission-based screenings require that artists pay them to submit their work and also charge admission. But with your help, Video! Video! Video Festival won’t be like other festivals.We will be FREE: Free for makers to submit to and free for the public to experience! But, as Plato famously said, freedom is never really free. We have just started an Indiegogo campaign to raise the funds necessary to make sure we can make this event free of charge and accessible to all! We will use your donations to ensure that everyone can participate for free. We will pay our panelists, pay our staff, and offer a travel honorarium to our visiting video artist! With the money we will throw a huge party and we will pay our DJs and performers!

We're happy to announce our guest of honor, Francisca Benitez!

Francisca Benitez (b.1974) is an artist born and raised in Chile, living and working in New York since 1998.

Recent solo exhibitions include Oro Dulce at Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space, New York (2014) and Canto Visual at Museo de Artes Visuales, Santiago, Chile (2013). Notable group exhibitions include Mapping Brooklyn at the Brooklyn Historical Society and BRIC House (2015); Efemérides at the Museo Histórico Nacional, Santiago, Chile (2014); Thinking and Speaking at Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm (2013); Desire Lines / Líneas del Deseo at Espai Cultural Caja Madrid, Barcelona, Spain (2012) and The Street Files at El Museo del Barrio, New York (2011).

Her work has been featured in major international exhibitions including the XII Bienal de La Habana, Cuba (2015); the Lisbon Architecture Triennale, Portugal (2013) the Beijing Biennale, China (2009); and the LA Frewaves 10th biennial of film, video and new media, Los Angeles (2006). Francisca graduated as an architect from the Universidad de Chile in 1998 and later as a Master in Fine Arts from Hunter College CUNY in 2006. She has received awards from the New York State Council on the Arts, the Lambent Fellowship of the Tides Foundation and Fondart Chile, among others.

Her most recent performances in New York were Alternate Path, at Storefront for Art and Architecture at Pier 57 (2013); Soliloquy in signs, at Pier 54 (2014); and As you lean on me and I lean on you, we move forward, at the High Line (2015). http://franciscabenitez.org

How can you participate?


No money? That's fine! Share it with your friends!

Another way to participate is by submitting your work the festival! We have 4 categories:


Short Movies!

Video Art!

Not Art or Movies!

And the last way to participate is by being a panelist. Click here to be a part of a panel.