Filmmakers, pay attention!!! After the exciting inaugural Storefront TV season in Fall 2013, Storefront for Art and Architecture announces the launch of a second season with a Call for Pilots, inviting proposals of original television programs and web series. All selected pilot programs will be filmed at Storefront for Art and Architecture in front of a live studio audience and broadcasted online. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis through August 20, 2014.
-Each participant should propose a program with a maximum of three episodes to be produced at Storefront for Art and Architecture’s studio space at 97 Kenmare Street in New York.
-The duration of each episode should not exceed 53 minutes.
-The episodes will be taped and broadcasted from September 19 – December 22, 2014. The final dates of each broadcast will be determined in conjunction with Storefront.
-Storefront staff will provide technical assistance and marketing support. Storefront’s TV Studio is a 12’x15’ space equipped with a limited set of furniture and studio technical equipment, including a green screen, two studio cameras, streaming equipment and audio equipment provided for up to four on camera participants.
– Any additional production material required for the project must be provided by the participants and approved by the Storefront Production team. For questions, please contact Piotr Chizinski at email@example.com.
-Transportation and special production costs (set design, guests, catering) will be the responsibility of the applicant.
Interested parties should submit a proposal using this form on or before August 20, 2014.
About Storefront TV:
Storefront TV is an online channel focused on the communication of contemporary art and architecture ideas with an emphasis on experimentation with a live TV format.
Storefront TV’s inaugural season included three programs: Perchance, A Talk Show of P’s, led by Prem Krishnamurthy; BEING by ESPTV; and Who’s afraid of the Big Bad Box?, a drawing show by Michael Young.
Filmmakers, good luck!
Enjoy your day, filmmakers friends. Art is everywhere and up to you!