The Art By Chance ultra short film festival is gearing up for its second annual worldwide event. The festival, created by ANBEAN in 2009, will take place from May 7 to June 4, 2010 in more than 20 countries and over 100 cities worldwide.
Art By Chance is the largest public art event in the world and the only festival of its kind. From the official website: “For this festival, you don’t need to buy a ticket or go to a movie theater! Movies just pop into your lives in subways, buses, airports, shopping malls, trains, sports centers, art galleries, museums, plains, campuses, cafes and bars! Internationally selected and “TIME” themed creative short films catch you unexpectedly while traveling in the subway, waiting at the airport, shopping or just strolling around.
Art by Chance 2010 has set out to explore how the perception of time is unique to every individual and how time can influence the narrative of city life, one of modern man’s greatest challenges. Films touching the untouchable theme of time in their own time.
Digital screens scattered around the city your host for this festival. ART BY CHANCE simultaneously air in Belgium, Canada, Colombia, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, The Netherlands, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, South Africa, Turkey, UK, USA and It reachs the largest audience ever, allowing art to break into the lives of millions around the world.”
To find out if Art By Chance is coming to your city click here. Below is the Art By Chance official screening promo video. Check it out:
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