Worlds Together is an international conference exploring what’s at stake for the cultural lives of children and the value of the arts in young people’s lives from Shakespeare to the digital realm. This event takes place at Tate Modern 6-8 September and is a partnership between Tate and the Royal Shakespeare Company. It brings together The Unilever Series: turbinegeneration, an international, online educational partnership produced by Tate and sponsored by Unilever and the World Shakespeare Festival, a celebration of Shakespeare as the world’s playwright, produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company for the London 2012 Festival. The conference is in collaboration with the National Theatre and British Museum with further support from Arts Council England and the British Council. Visit www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tanks-tate-modern/conference/worlds-together for more information.
Invitation to Submit Content
As part of the conference programme the Conference organisers are looking to feature short films that highlight excellence in arts learning practice with young people across the world.
Examples of relevant content could include:
- actuality footage of workshops, projects and events
- hi res stills of youth workshops, projects and events
- interviews with key members of staff
- interviews with young people
It is key that the content received is manageable. No individual film submitted should be longer than four minutes.
Guidelines and key dates
You may submit more than one film. However, please fill in a separate Film Submission Form for each film submitted. The Film Submission Forms can be downloaded here.
As screening time is limited, there will be a selection process and the submission of your film does not guarantee that it will be included. We will notify you directly to let you know if we intend to show your film as part of the programme.
DEADLINE for receiving content: 1 August 2012 (If you are posting your submission, please allow for postage time.)
List of films selected for screening would be announced on: 15 August 2012
Submission instructions and technical specifications
Content can be submitted in the following ways:
1) BY POST
Hard drive or data DVD with hard copy submissions form sent to:
Tate Modern Project Administrator, Learning
Tate Modern, Bankside
London, SE1 9TG, UK
(NB: Playable DVDs will not be considered. If you are sending a hard drive, please include an addressed envelope with the correct postage so we can return it to you.)
- Send submissions to Rachel.Harding@tate.org.uk via wetransfer (www.wetransfer.com) or yousendit (www.yousendit.com)
- You can also send your submission to us via vimeo (www.vimeo.com) but please make sure that the file is downloadable in the Privacy settings when you upload it
- Once you’ve uploaded or sent your film, please email an accompanying submissions form – quoting the exact file name sent – to Rachel.Harding@tate.org.uk with the subject
Terms and Conditions
The Worlds Together Conference partners require that all suppliers must be over 18.
By submitting material to the conference, the supplier confirms that he/she has full permissions to feature any subjects included in the film and all rights to the material and any music content included.
By submitting material to the conference, suppliers consent to the conference partners processing their personal details for identification purposes. Under the UK Data Protection Act 1998, Tate follows strict security procedures for the storage and processing of personal information in order to prevent unauthorised access.
Tate and RSC reserve the right, at its sole discretion, to choose to include or not include the submission of images and films for use either online or as part of the conference activities and events and shall not be liable for any loss of publicity or enhancement of reputation in that regard.
Submitted images and films must not contain obscene or defamatory content or unlawful material.
Any opinions, statements and other third party content are those of the respective author(s) or distributor(s) and not those of the Conference partners. Partners do not endorse any such opinion, statement or other material contained in any submissions.
Conference partners may document Conference activity through photography, audio and video and use such material in relation to the Conference across all media. The supplier agrees that each of the conference partners shall be entitled without further permission or payment to use such material for any and all purposes of the Conference in perpetuity across all media now or hereafter known.
The copyright and all other intellectual property rights whatsoever in any work produced by the Supplier for the Conference shall belong to the Supplier absolutely. The Supplier hereby grants each of the conference partners a worldwide, royalty free, non-exclusive licence in perpetuity to reproduce and store copies of the Supplier’s contribution produced for the Conference and to use it as described in Clause 7.