Future Vision Festival 2022 - A celebration of unusual animation & film
Tokyo & Amsterdam, Call for Entries Future Vision Festival - Dedicated to showing you unusual animation & film from Japan and Holland. This includes film, performance, games and other experiences.
Our International call for entries on Filmfreeway is closed. Thank you for your thousands of entries! We are currently viewing your films. You can still send your work for consideration through our Google form above. Selected works will be screened at Future Vision Festival, December 2022.
We also accept 360° films, stereoscopic 3D films, video-games, exhibits and 'unusual' media. If there are special requirements for your work please email email@example.com with the details.
Future Vision Festival 2022 sets out to celebrate unusual animation & film and we receive exquisite treasures from every corner of the world in response to our calls for proposals. These voices are unusual to hear and impossible to ignore.
The films are a mix of every imaginable style, bending and blending techniques and transmitting a gamut of themes direct from the zeitgeist of today's animators and film-makers worldwide.
The festival programme spans venues in Japan and The Netherlands and is available free online.
Future Vision Festival 2022:
A Celebration of Unusual Animation & Film in Tokyo, Amsterdam, Online & SALTO 1 TV NL (UPC Digital Channel 32)
The Future Vision Broadcast – From Tokyo To Your Home. Japanese & Dutch animation, peeks behind the scenes & highlights including interviews with internationally acclaimed pop artist Keiichi Tanaami,
inspiring Dutch animation director Paul Driessen,
Egbert de Ruiter of the HKU University of The Arts, The Netherlands,
and Professor Tatsutoshi Nomura from Tama Art University, Japan.
Enter the subversive world of Future Vision Amsterdam.
Fay Heady leads you through animation, surreal interludes and chats with artists, celebrities and film-makers, whilst floating through the air on her magic carpet.
Future Vision Amsterdam airs on SALTO 1 TV NL (UPC Digital channel 32, Netherlands only). Watch previous episodes internationally and free of charge on futurevisionamsterdam.com & salto.nl
SALTO 1 TV
UPC Digital 32
Friday (May 13th) at 21:00 &
Saturday night 14/15 May at midnight
ALL JERK NO WORK
NEW YOKU VIEW
Saigo No Shudan,
NEW WORLD VARIATIONS
Hong Ning & Zhao Xiaofeng, China
JUH JEE JUH BOO BOO
Waldemar Schuur, Netherlands
Dann Parry, UK
THINGS WILL BE OK
Anita Chen, Taiwan/Australia
Vivien Forsans, Canada
Mahdi Barqzadegan, Iran
Ben Meinhardt, Canada
TEQUILA ACID PARTY
Liesbeth Eeckman & Joel Rabijns, Belguim
Kimono & Chibby Chan Save The World is a video game based on the cartoon series of "Kimono & Chibby Chan". The game is an homage to the old arcade-style video game Donkey Kong.
Instructions: Download the game (choose "Keep" if prompted),
Unzip and run the exe.
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We would like to extend our huge thanks to
The Embassy of The Kingdom of The Netherlands for their generosity in supporting Future Vision Festival.
Thank you also, Egbert de Ruiter for support and advice, and students of
HKU (Utrecht University of the Arts) in The Netherlands for allowing us to screen
a wonderful program of animated short films by up and coming future visionaries from the Dutch animation world.
Deep thanks go to Professor Tatsutoshi Nomura of Tama Art University Tokyo (Mr Gon), for his support, guidance, words of wisdom, talent and for his valued contribution to the world of animation.
Love and thanks to Joris van de Sande and the wonderful people at SALTO television for being home to Future Vision Amsterdam. See you all in the FUTURE...future...future...