New HD Art Channel Looking For Experimental Films

By , posted 16 September 2010

Ikono Menasa, the new 24/7 HDTV art channel on Arabsat, is looking for new experimental videos to be broadcasted via Satellite. Arabsat reaches more than 16.5 Million households in northern Africa, the Middle East and parts of Europe. If you would like to participate, please send a link of your video work to info@ikono.tv The submission deadline is the 15th of each month, starting in September 2010.

Ikono Menasa, the new 24/7 HDTV art channel on Arabsat, is looking for new experimental videos to be broadcasted via Satellite. Arabsat reaches more than 16.5 Million households in northern Africa, the Middle East and parts of Europe. If you would like to participate, please send a link of your video work to info@ikono.tv The submission deadline is the 15th of each month, starting in September 2010.

To be considered, films must be under 10 minutes in running time and be generally considered to be experimental in nature (i.e. video art, animation, music videos etc). Narrative and documentary films won't be considered, and the nature of the audience means that films with nudity or religious scenes are unlikely to be considered.

For more information and submissions details, visit www.ikono.tv

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