The Amarcord Arthouse Television Awards (AATVA) is a web-only competition with the focus on arthouse films made primarily for television and video. AATVA is a division of the Blow-up Arthouse Film festival. It links the most creative artists together with very intelligent audiences for its annual festival of narrative, musical and documentary films, shorts, animations, experimental films, and student work. The Festival was named after the Fellini's iconic film "Amarcord".
The event pursues goals to introduce more people to the arthouse film. The festival would like to see films made primarily for aesthetic and philosophical reasons.
All accepted entries will receive digital Official Selection Laurels.
Main Category winners will receive digital Laurel and Trophy or Certificate.
All Technical Category winners will receive digital Laurel and Certificate.
No premiere requirement
Jury and Organizers
Programming director: Carol Sherman
1401 N. Clark
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Phone: (312) 951-1868
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Any genre. Duration: under 50 minutes. Student projects over 50 minutes must be submitted to the Feature Film category.
Duration: under 70 minutes. Projects over 70 minutes must be submitted to the Feature Film category.
Duration: under 50 minutes.
Duration: under 45 minutes.
All genres (over 50 minutes).
Any animated or experimental genre. Duration: under 50 minutes.