October 31, 2006

OPPORTUNITIES: Euro-Balkans video letters (DEADLINE: TOMORROW, NOV 1)

Euro-Balkans video letters

You love to make personal short video films.
You are between 18 and 30 years old.
You live in Croatia, Romania, Turkey, Bulgaria, Kosovo or Macedonia.

As a young person from the Balkans, how do you feel in the European community? Where do you find your identity difference? How did your national history, culture and mentality reflect on your personal/own story? What features does your national cinema express? What features do YOU want to express with the tools of cinema? Even if you still don?t know the answers, maybe this project will give you the key.

Send us your application form, and you will be maybe given the chance to take part in the making of video letters on the topic "Am I a European citizen?" and be representative of your country at the Screenwriters' Festival in Bourges, from the 27th of March till the 1st of April 2007.

Six participants from France and two from each of the following countries: Romania, Macedonia, Turkey, (protectorate) Kosovo, Croatia and Bulgaria.
PROGRAM Workshop on making film-letters as a preparatory work; screenings and open discussions on the theme of Balkan identity and its presence in the field of cinema, all of this at a meeting during the Festival in Bourges.

November the 1st, 2006

Yana Mosholova
Email: videoletters@nisimasa.com
Phone: +359 (0) 895 43 53 99

With the support of the Fondation de France. In partnership with the 'Festival des Scenaristes de Bourges

SOURCE: http://nisimasa.imingo.net/?q=node/358/

Chris Schuepp
Young People's Media Network - Coordinator
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