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Sub-Lands: Material Lyricism

FotoFilmic   /   Deadline: 05/31/19

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JRNL is FotoFilmic's new quarterly print publication launching this July! Each edition publishes 12 analog photographers curated by a renowned guest editor around a contemporary theme.

For this first Summer '19 edition all entries will be reviewed by French critic and editor Lucy Conticello (Paris, France), Director of Photography of 'M', the magazine of France's leading newspaper 'Le Monde'.

The theme is "SUB-LANDS: MATERIAL LYRICISM' inviting works exploring all notions of the Postmodern Landscape, be it natural, social or fictional. The JRNL theme ties into many of contemporary photography's preoccupations inviting fresh perspectives on the mundane, the dystopic, the overlooked, the transitory, the in-between, the sublime as it relates to the photographic landscape.

All 12 photographers will be awarded a full spread each, with 1 grand winner also making the JRNL cover! Each winner will receive a free complimentary JRNL copy in July.


Vancouver, BC, Canada+ Select Distribution Locations in Europe, USA, Asia and Australia




Open to photographers 18+ years of age. All nationalities are accepted.


Works must have been shot on film or captured using other analog imaging processes (no digital capture).

Works entered must have been created after January 2010.


1 Full Color JRNL Spread
1 Full Color Spread + JRNL Cover for Grand Winner
1 Complimentary JRNL Copy

Evaluation Criteria

Juried by French photography critic Lucy Conticello

Contact Information

Bastien Doria
461 Bowen Island Trunk Rd, Bowen Island 461 Bowen Island Trunk Rd
Vancouver, BC V0N 1G0

P: 7789900235

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