Annual Film Festival

Submit videos by March 1, 2021

Peoples Pixel Project returns in 2021 with a new look – Congratulations to Mary Kathryn Jablonski* on winning our P3 Logo Design Contest!

We are excited to relaunch P3, knowing it is important more than ever for film makers to have a platform to show their work. P3 is always a work-in-progress, and in 2021 we are hoping to adapt the program to the unique circumstances we all face. The year 2020 not only provided artists inspiration, but also changed what inspires artists and how organizations, like us, present programs in non-traditional ways. For 2021 we’ve expanded our geographic reach and also made some changes to the program format.

This year we opened up the program to anyone living in NY State. 21 winning videos have been selected and can be viewed HERE. Viewers are invited to vote for the Peoples Choice Award. As in past years, the Peoples Choice Award Winner will have their video screened at the prestigious Adirondack Film Festival in October of 2021. Thank you Adirondack Film Festival!

New this Year: In place of an in-person screening event, we will present “P3 Conversations” – a series of 4 live online events, Thursday evenings during the month of May. Each event will feature current P3 winners in conversation with past P3 Winners and LGAP Staff members, followed by a brief Q & A period from the online audience.

We are no longer accepting video submissions this year, but please consider submitting your video in 2022: ONLINE SUBMISSION FORM TO SUBMIT YOUR WORK

The Peoples Pixel Project was created to provide live audience exposure to professional and emerging videographers, and to foster local interest and growth in the medium.


* Mary Kathryn Jablonski, the winner of our P3 Logo Design Contest, is a Saratoga Springs artist and poet. She is the author of the poetry chapbook “To the Husband I Have Not Yet Met” and the 2019 book of poems, “Sugar Maker Moon,” from Dos Madres Press. Her poems & video/poem collaborations with filmmaker Laura Frare have appeared in numerous print & online journals including the Atticus Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, Poetry Film Live (UK), Poetry Ireland Review, Quarterly West, Salmagundi, and Tupelo Quarterly among others. Her artwork has been exhibited throughout the Northeast U.S. and is held in public & private collections.


CLICK HERE to see a selection of short videos we screened in previous years.

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