December 28, 2021

Submissions Open for the Siberia Fulldome Festival

The Siberia Fulldome Festival opens submissions for fulldome films, lectures and performances worldwide.
Fulldome cinematography is one of the youngest and fastest growing areas of cinematography. The fulldome cinematography is the reason why planetariums have become the centers of many sciences. Fulldome films tell not only about space, but about physics, biology, art and other parts of knowledge.
The Siberia Fulldome Festival has the mission: to create conditions for international cooperation between creators, to popularize scientific knowledge among viewers, to discuss topical problems of fulldome cinematography, to encourage the creators of fulldome films, to develop professional skills and to involve young filmmakers in this field.
Key dates:
  • 28 February 2022 — Submissions Close
  • 12 April 2022 — Shortlist
  • 31 May 2022 — Deadline to receive final film copies for successful entries
  • 13-16 September 2022 — Siberia Fulldome Festival
Submission form here.
The festival will include several events: a Film Contest, Immersive Works Contest, Lecturer Contest and a Conference for the creators of fulldome and VR content.
FULLDOME FILM CONTEST. We accept only films made after 2019 year. Debut works will be rated in special nomination.
LECTURER CONTEST. We expect lecturers who work in planetariums. You can demonstrate space object in realtime and tell about astronomy and cosmonautics. 
IMMERSIVE WORKS CONTEST. We accept immersive perfomances where used fulldome screen and scene, the viewer is involved in action. Theaters and planetariums can participate.
Siberia Fulldome Festival will take place in Novosibirsk, Russia on September 13-16, 2022. The Grand Novosibirsk Planetarium is the organizer of the festival. It is supported by the Presidential Fund for Cultural Initiatives.
SHOW YOUR SKILL! The fulldome cinema industry needs the best of the best!

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