October 2012 theme
FUTURE

“The best way to predict the future is to create it.”
Peter Drucker

October’s theme is FUTURE, as LoopdeLoop teams up with Pause Festival.
Pull out the crystal ball, sift through the tea leaves and eat your way through a few pie charts while constructing your unique looping vision of the future. It could be anything, ANYTHING! Google cyborgs? The apocalypse? Hoverboards? Teleportation? Good times? Bad times? We’re nervous just thinking about it…


We’re super excited to be part of Pause Digital Festival, which will bring some of the world’s best and brightest leaders in the digital industries to Melbourne. With
14 screenings; 6 industry workshops; 8 interactive projects and the premiere conference event this years program will leave you gasping for breath!

Pause Digital Festival Melbourne. THE NEXT NOW

On the 9th of November Pause will be holding a special repeat screening of FUTURE loops, which will be a great opportunity to have your work seen by influential eyes. And if that’s not enough to get you motivated we’ll have another bundle of MADMAN animation dvds for the winner and runner-up to share!

The submission rules are simple;

  • it must be made by you,
  • it must suit the month’s theme,
  • it must be engaging,
  • it must be submitted in one of our specified formats,
  • it must not contain pornographic material, incite hatred or include defamatory or discriminatory content,
  • it has to loop!

Selected loops will be posted within five days of submission for everyone to enjoy, comment and rate. All posted loops will screen at Loop on Tuesday October 30th from 7:30pm, and then again at Pause Festival on Friday November 9th at 9:00pm.
The Pause screening is free but space is limited so bookings are essential.

Submissions close at Midnight on Sunday the 28th of October.
Visit our submissions page for more details on format and content restrictions.

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