JVC Americas Corp. is calling for entries for JVC’s international Tokyo Video Festival, with a deadline for entry of October 10, 2000. Now in its 23rd year, this video festival encourages creativity by accepting all compositions without restriction, allowing artists to submit works with artist themes, experimental pieces and those expressing their personal opinions, goals, experiences or discoveries. At the Tokyo Video Festival, there is no limit to the imagination!

Fund your next creative venture and win worldwide acclaim at the same time! Awards will be announced and presented at Shinjuku Park Tower Hall, Tokyo, on February 3, 2001. Grand Prize winners will receive an all-expense paid trip to Japan to receive their awards.

Amateur and professional videographers from around the world are invited to enter general or artistic videos in two categories: Video Contents and Video Production. Submissions must be entered in one of the following formats: VHS, S-VHS, or MiniDV. Last year the Tokyo Video Festival received more than 2,000 entries from 40 countries and regions. The Festival plays a significant role in promoting global communications through video images, and in creating a new video-imaging culture. For more detailed information, please visit the JVC Websites. See the contest application form at or the JVC home page at GOOD LUCK!

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