This is a list of places where filmmakers and videopoets can submit work. (There are also a few other journals that produce their own videos.) Please let me know of any others I should add.
22 Magazine blog
22 is a magazine in PDF/Issuu format focusing on “art, music and writing as integrated structures that play off each other and enhance the whole.” Not surprisingly, then, their blog often features experimental videos.
The Continental Review
Bills itself as “one of the internet’s first video-only forums for contemporary video poetry and poetics,” aiming “to provide a haven for original video readings, video poetry and hybrid poetic-imagistic objects.”
The Fluid Raven
“A creative space for artists to share their voices through their work,” including cinépoem and other experimental film/video.
“An online literary magazine and arts blog focused on creating a dialogue between the arts.” Sometimes solicits for submissions of poetry videos.
litlive.ca: Canadian Review of Literature in Performance
In 2012, debuted a contest for videopoetry with the three winners to be published in the next issue (and paid actual money).
New River Journal
The web’s oldest journal devoted exclusively to digital writing and art, including videopoetry. Accepts submissions from Sept. 1 to May 1.
Doesn’t publish videopoems per se, but poems written ekphrastically in response to videos and videos made in response to poems.
Prick of the Spindle
A print journal with most content also available online. Short film submissions are sought for the front page of the website.
“MEDIUM is the weekly video column and journal of THE VOLTA, featuring short movies of poets and other kinds of writers. … We do accept unsolicited poemfilms and videos.”