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Cinema and Mobility (CIMOV) is an international competition of audiovisual productions about sustainable mobility and an exhibition platform for the selected pieces.

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ELIGE TU IDIOMA

Cinema and Mobility (CIMOV) is an international competition of audiovisual productions about sustainable mobility and an exhibition platform for the selected pieces.

HISTORY

FILM AND MOBILITY INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION (CIMOV)

“Cinema and Mobility” originated during the preparations for the Sixth World Bicycle Forum (FMB6), the largest global event in support of cycling, which is organized yearly with the volunteer work of citizens and sustainable mobility allies in each host city.

The Sixth World Bicycle Forum (FMB6) was held from April 19 to 23, 2017 in Mexico City and was titled "Handmade Cities". FMB6 was a free and open citizen event that mobilized public resources, private initiative, as well as multilateral institutions.

In January 2017, in collaboration with the National Cinematheque of México, the FMB6 launched the first call for entries for Cinema and Mobility, inviting the international community to participate with audiovisual materials that included the “Handmade cities” concept, which was the title of that year’s Forum.

The first edition of the exhibition was on April 23, 2017, the selected pieces were screened at the National Cinematheque Open Forum, where the winners were awarded and the FMB6 officially closed. In 2018, thanks to PROCINE's support, the project achieved its autonomy as the “Film and Mobility International Exhibition” and held its second edition in Mexico City. In 2019 CIMOV convened its third edition with the theme "Mobility as a human right".

The purpose of the Film and Mobility International Exhibition is to launch an annual call for entries and make a selection of pieces to be screened across mobility-related spaces and events, in addition to maintaining its closeness with the World Bicycle Forum, screening in each of the cities where the Forum takes place.

En 2020 Due to the mobility restrictions across several countries facing the COVID-19 pandemic, the fourth edition of CIMOV will be online. online.

CALL FOR ENTRIES

Film and Mobility International Exhibition 2020

Throughout three editions, the Film and Mobility International Exhibition (CIMOV) has aimed to provide a space for international expression and dissemination of audiovisual pieces that reflect public participation and awareness for a positive transformation towards sustainable mobility. 

Due to the mobility restrictions across several countries facing the COVID-19 pandemic, the fourth edition of CIMOV will be online. This context also defines the theme of our 2020 Call for Entries: From confinement to the new normality. 

The COVID-19 pandemic is marking a before and after for millions of people around the world. From the expansion of digital communication platforms used to replace face-to-face gatherings, to the revaluation of grassroots forms of organization for subsistence. Our decisions and actions at the individual and collective levels can make a difference in our path as a society. How we respond to this health crisis can be decisive for the well-being of our communities in the near future.

This global crisis also offers a space to reflect on the unsustainable situation that the economic system has promoted to this day. Our consumption habits increase day by day the risks for all living beings on planet Earth. The dependence of our societies on the consumption of fossil fuels, inequitable models of urban mobility and the terrible consequences these have on the environment and the people must be part of this reflection. 

The pandemic has also brought a reminder of the possibility of living differently. Local governments in various countries have established the bicycle as the safest and most resilient way of transportation to avoid viral spread. Governments, companies and communities are taking action to implement or improve cycling infrastructure and promoting the reduction of speeds in cities in order to prevent road incidents from adding pressure onto health systems. To turn this crisis into a driver of transformation, we must push our message harder. 

For this reason, for the Film and Mobility International Exhibition 2020 we call the international community to submit audiovisual pieces of their own creation, developed using any technique, genre and format; produced with the following questions in mind: 

  • What do the mobility restrictions and social isolation measures mean for my life? 
  • What was and how will my mobility be with the pandemic as the turning point?
  • In terms of mobility, what has changed or needs to change in my community following the pandemic?

CATEGORIES

In this call for entries, the competition categories are no longer based on the duration of the audiovisual pieces. Participating audiovisual pieces will be classified according to the following two categories: 

  • CONFINEMENT: Audiovisual pieces made at home or closed spaces during confinement.
  • POST CONFINEMENT: Audiovisual pieces made in the streets or open spaces under the "new normality".

As every year, an international jury specialized in mobility and cinema will select the pieces that will make up the fourth edition of the Film and Mobility International Exhibition. The selected pieces will be exhibited online, and an open voting will decide the Audience Award, which will be given out for the first time this year.

CONTEST RULES

  • Participation in this contest is completely free.
  • This call for entries is open to the general public of any country.
  • Audiovisual pieces may be submitted individually or collectively.
  • Audiovisual pieces may be submitted individually or collectively.
  • The format and the cinematographic genre are totally free.
  • All the participating pieces will have subtitles in English and if they are produced in a language different than Spanish, a second version with subtitles in Spanish will be submitted.

AWARDS

The titles of the audiovisual pieces selected for exhibition will be announced on the CIMOV website, on October 12.

In case of being selected, the participants commit to provide a version of their audiovisual piece in the best resolution available, as well as a signed cession of rights letter, specifying their authorship and copyright of the piece, before October 19. This document will allow the free exhibition of the content in future Film and Mobility International Exhibition presentations and not for profit activities.

AWARDS 

1 Bamboocycle (first place of each category)

AUDIENCE AWARD (SURPRISE)

REGISTRATION

All audiovisual pieces must be submitted using the entry form on the CIMOV website: cineymovilidad.net, videos will be uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo and the link must be provided in the entry form.

This call will remain open from June 11 to October 15, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. (CST).

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Cinema and Mobility (CIMOV) is an international competition of audiovisual productions about sustainable mobility and an exhibition platform for the selected pieces.

HISTORY

FILM AND MOBILITY INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION (CIMOV)

“Cinema and Mobility” originated during the preparations for the Sixth World Bicycle Forum (FMB6), the largest global event in support of cycling, which is organized yearly with the volunteer work of citizens and sustainable mobility allies in each host city.

The Sixth World Bicycle Forum (FMB6) was held from April 19 to 23, 2017 in Mexico City and was titled "Handmade Cities". FMB6 was a free and open citizen event that mobilized public resources, private initiative, as well as multilateral institutions.

In January 2017, in collaboration with the National Cinematheque of México, the FMB6 launched the first call for entries for Cinema and Mobility, inviting the international community to participate with audiovisual materials that included the “Handmade cities” concept, which was the title of that year’s Forum.

The first edition of the exhibition was on April 23, 2017, the selected pieces were screened at the National Cinematheque Open Forum, where the winners were awarded and the FMB6 officially closed. In 2018, thanks to PROCINE's support, the project achieved its autonomy as the “Film and Mobility International Exhibition” and held its second edition in Mexico City. In 2019 CIMOV convened its third edition with the theme "Mobility as a human right".

The purpose of the Film and Mobility International Exhibition is to launch an annual call for entries and make a selection of pieces to be screened across mobility-related spaces and events, in addition to maintaining its closeness with the World Bicycle Forum, screening in each of the cities where the Forum takes place.

En 2020 Due to the mobility restrictions across several countries facing the COVID-19 pandemic, the fourth edition of CIMOV will be online. online.

CALL FOR ENTRIES

Film and Mobility International Exhibition 2020

Throughout three editions, the Film and Mobility International Exhibition (CIMOV) has aimed to provide a space for international expression and dissemination of audiovisual pieces that reflect public participation and awareness for a positive transformation towards sustainable mobility. 

Due to the mobility restrictions across several countries facing the COVID-19 pandemic, the fourth edition of CIMOV will be online. This context also defines the theme of our 2020 Call for Entries: From confinement to the new normality. 

The COVID-19 pandemic is marking a before and after for millions of people around the world. From the expansion of digital communication platforms used to replace face-to-face gatherings, to the revaluation of grassroots forms of organization for subsistence. Our decisions and actions at the individual and collective levels can make a difference in our path as a society. How we respond to this health crisis can be decisive for the well-being of our communities in the near future.

This global crisis also offers a space to reflect on the unsustainable situation that the economic system has promoted to this day. Our consumption habits increase day by day the risks for all living beings on planet Earth. The dependence of our societies on the consumption of fossil fuels, inequitable models of urban mobility and the terrible consequences these have on the environment and the people must be part of this reflection. 

The pandemic has also brought a reminder of the possibility of living differently. Local governments in various countries have established the bicycle as the safest and most resilient way of transportation to avoid viral spread. Governments, companies and communities are taking action to implement or improve cycling infrastructure and promoting the reduction of speeds in cities in order to prevent road incidents from adding pressure onto health systems. To turn this crisis into a driver of transformation, we must push our message harder. 

For this reason, for the Film and Mobility International Exhibition 2020 we call the international community to submit audiovisual pieces of their own creation, developed using any technique, genre and format; produced with the following questions in mind: 

  • What do the mobility restrictions and social isolation measures mean for my life? 
  • What was and how will my mobility be with the pandemic as the turning point?
  • In terms of mobility, what has changed or needs to change in my community following the pandemic?

CATEGORIES

In this call for entries, the competition categories are no longer based on the duration of the audiovisual pieces. Participating audiovisual pieces will be classified according to the following two categories: 

  • CONFINEMENT: Audiovisual pieces made at home or closed spaces during confinement.
  • POST CONFINEMENT: Audiovisual pieces made in the streets or open spaces under the "new normality".

As every year, an international jury specialized in mobility and cinema will select the pieces that will make up the fourth edition of the Film and Mobility International Exhibition. The selected pieces will be exhibited online, and an open voting will decide the Audience Award, which will be given out for the first time this year.

CONTEST RULES

  • Participation in this contest is completely free.
  • This call for entries is open to the general public of any country.
  • Audiovisual pieces may be submitted individually or collectively.
  • Audiovisual pieces may be submitted individually or collectively.
  • The format and the cinematographic genre are totally free.
  • All the participating pieces will have subtitles in English and if they are produced in a language different than Spanish, a second version with subtitles in Spanish will be submitted.

AWARDS

The titles of the audiovisual pieces selected for exhibition will be announced on the CIMOV website, on October 12.

In case of being selected, the participants commit to provide a version of their audiovisual piece in the best resolution available, as well as a signed cession of rights letter, specifying their authorship and copyright of the piece, before October 19. This document will allow the free exhibition of the content in future Film and Mobility International Exhibition presentations and not for profit activities.

AWARDS 

1 Bamboocycle (first place of each category)

AUDIENCE AWARD (SURPRISE)

REGISTRATION

All audiovisual pieces must be submitted using the entry form on the CIMOV website: cineymovilidad.net, videos will be uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo and the link must be provided in the entry form.

This call will remain open from June 11 to September 11, 23:59 hours (CST).

19 out of 900 filled

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GALLERY 2019

GALLERY 2018

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