The House of the Festival summoned this Friday Cuban designers to present proposals for the graphic campaign of 44 International Festival of New Latin American Cinemawhich will be held in the Cuban capital between December 8 and 17.
Works may be submitted individually or as members of a creative team made up of professional designers. Each author or team may submit up to two proposals, and in the case of students, they may only participate together with these creative teams, in accordance with the call reviewed by the Prensa Latina (PL) agency.
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The organizers established May 12 as the closing date for the reception of the proposals, which will be admitted in the format of a poster, slogan and a sketch (story board or general lines) of the spots of the contest.
The selection of the project graphic campaign of this edition of the Festival will be carried out by a specialized jury according to the profile of the event, adds the information.
The chosen visual identity will be reproduced in all formats with the purpose of promoting it before and during the celebration of the Latin American film festival.
The report specifies that once the winning proposal has been defined, the House of the Festival will coordinate meetings with its creators to jointly agree on the contracting of design services.
In turn, the organizers of the event will guarantee a communication strategy in the press to promote the result of the chosen project.
Add the call that participants must send their work via email, JPG or PDF format (300dpi), together with the author’s data in the body of the message (name, identity card, telephone), to the address: [email protected]
Also known as the Havana Film Festival, it was inaugurated on December 3, 1979 as a continuation of the Viña del Mar (1967 and 1969), Mérida (1968 and 1977) and Caracas (1974) festivals, as can be read in your website.
It was seen as the definitive response to the urgent demand for a space that would guarantee the systematic encounter between the continent’s cinematographies and their creators.