The award, addressed to European and Mediterranean-area film-makers, intends to promote young authors who have reached the age of eighteen on the 1st of August 2019 and who have not yet turned 35 on the same date. Each competitor can send only one application. Only original and unpublished project can be sent (never awarded/produced/published). The required materials are: A) a presentation that includes the spirit of the project, the main line of the narration and the genre of the work; B) a drammaturgically and visually engaging synopsis Application procedure Projects must be submitted to the competition coordinators by September the 16th 2019, in .pdf format, at the email firstname.lastname@example.org . The applicant should send two files: the first one should include the project and its title, but not the filmmaker’s personal details; the second one should include the title along with the filmmaker’s personal details and a copy of his or her ID. NO REGISTRATION FEE IS REQUIRED.
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The filmmakers that will place first and second will receive the “Visioni in movimento” award. The award consists of an art residency on the Via Francigena, including a training program, as well as the production of the short film projects developed by the two winners. Professional tutors will guide the two filmmakers through the pre-production, shooting and post-production phases.
Selection Results (Announcement Dates)
October 06, 2019 - November 04, 2019
Computer Lab, Film Editing Suite
Breakfast, Chef on Site, Coffee, Dinner, Lunch, Snacks, Tea, Vegan, Vegetarian
Competition , Courses, Exhibition, Festival
Cinematography, Composers, Conceptual Art, Curatorial, Digital Media, Documentary, Fiction, Film, Moving Image, Multimedia, Music, Music Composition, Nonfiction, Scholar, Screenwriting, Video Art, Visual Arts
The short films, be they documentary, fiction or other, will be shot in Italy along the Via Francigena from San Gimignano to Radiocofani. The filmmakers will be hosted in these areas indicatively from 6 October to 4 November. The first phase of the residency will include the training of the filmmakers; the second phase will include the Francigena area survey and the pitching, together with tutors and producers; the third will be the shooting; the fourth the editing. Phases may be suspended to give space to project re-writings and re-organization. During these times filmmakers will be able to work from their own place of residence, supported remotely by their tutors via email, phone or skype. Shoots will take place along the aforementioned route, which the filmmakers will have to travel along by foot.
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