Magic Hour

Description

Magic Hour is a variety show full of original talent, be it short films, music videos, theatre pieces, docs–anything under 10 minutes. There’s no censorship, it’s free to enter, and all are welcome! Hosted by local scallywags, Pedro and Rupert, Magic Hour promises to be a night of wonder, with a variety of entertainment and surprises that you can’t find anywhere else. Combining the format of an open screen with musical accompaniment and other art, hosts will guide you through local and DIY work, with talkback and discussion. The screen is officially open– submit by filling out the form below and emailing it to pedro@nickelodeon.org.

Now accepting submissions for Magic Hour IV
Magic Hour Form

(Be sure to fill out the form in Adobe Reader for PC or Preview if you have a Mac, otherwise your changes won’t save)

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

  • Films must be less than 10 minutes (excerpts of original features also welcome)
  • Theatrical performances must also be less than 10 minutes
  • If submitting a theatre piece, please include some representation of the work, be it a recording or a script
  • We encourage interdisciplinary collaboration, so include in your email if you’re interested in working with other artists.

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Schedule

Apr 22

Magic Hour Presents: Disco Limbo

DIRECTED BY FREDO LANDAVERI & MARIANO TOLEDO
BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA

Date/ Time: Saturday, April 22nd at 8:30pm
Runtime: 70 minutes
Genre: Narrative Feature
Preceded by: Music of Desire
Sam Cohen – “The Garden”

Join us for a special screening of the Indie Grits official selection, Disco Limbo, presented by Magic Hour and featuring a performance by Infinitikiss!

A young man’s quest to track down a handsome partygoer drags him across the rugged terrain of memory, into karaoke parlors, over mountains, and beyond. A rollicking, kaleidoscopic queer romance that plays by its own rules, this debut feature flouts convention every slip-sliding step of the way, utilizing animation, video tutorials, dubbing, and other seemingly incongruous tricks of the cinematic trade with reckless abandon.