The BIO·FICTION Science Art Film Festival is created by Biofaction KG. Bio-fiction.com, as the web presence of the festival is therefore owned, operated and managed by Biofaction KG and is committed to respecting the privacy of our web site visitors and newsletter recipients. Our web site is governed in accordance with current legislation, including the Austrian Telekommunikationsgesetz 2003 (“TKG 2003“) and the General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”), (Regulation (EU) 2016/679).
For more information about Biofaction as a company, we ask you to visit us at www.biofaction.com, where you’ll find more about us as a company and our other work and services.
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Your information may be used in analysis or evaluation of our work, service, impact or similar areas to maintain and improve our internal standards.
We will not share your information with any other organisations for marketing, market research or commercial purposes and we do not pass on your details to other web sites. Your data will not be shared unless legally required.
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When you submit:
I permit that the personal information sent through the film entry form be used to stay in touch with me for purposes of the FUTUREBODY project. I permit that the information provided in regards to the film and its producers be used for presenting the film during the festival and the BIO·FICTION world tour.
Biofaction will not share your information with any other organisations for marketing, market research or commercial purposes and we do not pass on your details to other websites. Your data will not be shared unless legally required. Your information will be kept safe by Biofaction.
I am responsible for the acquisition of the rights and explicitly exempt the festival organiser from possible legal recourse regarding unauthorised usage. I permit that various clips of my work can be used for PR purposes. I permit the broadcast of clips of my work on television. I permit the publication of my work on the website bio-fiction.com. I understand that the film could also be shown in the additional program (the world tour) or at future BIO·FICTION events. I permit the storage of application material in Biofaction KG’s archives.
If the film(s) are screened in a location that necessitates it, I permit the use and addition of subtitles in other languages.
I understand that I can view, edit or delete my submitted personal information by sending a request via email to filmfestival[@]bio-fiction.com. In case of no earlier request deletion, my general information will be kept for a maximum of six years starting on 16 April 2019. My film submission may be kept and reused for BIO·FICTION Science Art Film Festival purposes, but no other purposes, for a maximum of 10 years starting on 16 April 2019.
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