Abierta la convocatoria de la sección de cortometrajes a competición – Festival de Cine de Menorca 2019

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  • diciembre 5th, 2018
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El Festival de Cine de Menorca, que se celebra anualmente en la Isla de Menorca, celebrará su cuarta edición en julio de 2019. El festival, que está creciendo y ganando influencia y audiencia año tras año, estará encantado de recibir y considerar vuestros cortometrajes más recientes para considerar su inclusión en nuestra sección competitiva Internacional: Illes en Curt.

Hasta el 1 de abril de 2019 a las 12h, la plataforma FilmFreeWay estará abierta para recibir cortometrajes realizados por cualquier cineasta que quiera participar en el evento de este año, que será más amplio y más ambicioso. A modo de resumen, estas son nuestras condiciones de participación:

  • ·  Cortos de una duración máxima de 20 minutos y producidos entre el 2017 y el 2019.
  • ·  Pueden participar cortos de ficción, documental o animación.
  • ·  Los cortos inscritos deberán de incluir subtítulos incrustados en castellano en caso de ser rodados en otros idiomas.

La inscripción de cortometrajes en la sección internacional, Illes en Curt, tiene un coste simbólico de 5 USD. Sin embargo, siendo el INCAA una entidad internacional dedicada a la promoción y difusión de largometrajes y cortometrajes argentinos, nos complace ofrecer a sus contactos, suscriptores, compañías de producción y distribución asociadas, un 100% de descuento para enviar sus cortometrajes, válido desde hoy y hasta el 1 de enero de 2019!

Tomen nota del código de descuento que les permitirá inscribir cortometrajes gratuitamente hasta el 1 de enero de 2019 en nuestra plataforma de inscripción FilmFreeWay: MENORCAINCAA2019

Normas de inscripción y participación

Enlace a la página de inscripciones en FilmFreeWay vinculada al festival: https://filmfreeway.com/FestivalMenorca

www.festivalmenorca.com/es/

Festival Internacional de Cine de Guadalajara – Últimos días

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  • octubre 16th, 2018
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vl last call 1El Festival Internacional de Cine en Guadalajara continúa recibiendo registros para los programas formativos y de industria que se llevarán a cabo dentro del marco de FICG34 del 08 al 15 de Marzo del 2019. 
Quedan pocos días para participar, si tienes dudas o requieres más información puedes escribir a info.industria@ficg.mx

 

DocuLab es un programa de industria, que tiene como objetivo el impulso a directores de cine documental y sus proyectos que se encuentren en etapa avanzada de edición y requieran asesoría analítica conceptual o apoyo para la finalización de los procesos de postproducción o distribución.

Cierre de convocatoria: 31 de octubre  
Encuentra las bases aquí
doculab@ficg.mx

Talents Guadalajara es un encuentro intensivo entre cineastas provenientes de México, Centroamérica y el Caribe en el marco del Festival Internacional de Cine en Guadalajara y con la colaboración del Berlinale Film Festival, enfocado a la creación de vínculos profesionales y creativos mediante talleres especializados, asesorías y conferencias.

Cierre de convocatoria: 7 de noviembre 
Encuentra las bases aquí 
talents.gdl@ficg.mx

15º Encuentro de Coproducción / Co-production Meetings tiene como objetivo principal de propiciar el contacto directo entre proyectos cinematográficos en desarrollo de Iberoamérica con profesionales de la industria audiovisual, fondos de financiamiento, productores, compradores y vendedores internacionales. 30 proyectos se  rán seleccionados a participar en esta sección.

Cierre de convocatoria: 19 de noviembre 2018
Encuentra las bases aquí
info.industria@ficg.mx

Guadalajara Construye 13/ Works in progress es un programa que busca contribuir a la conclusión de largometrajes de ficción iberoamericano en etapa de postproducción. Siete películas de ficción en estado provisional y en búsqueda de financiamiento para su finalización serán seleccionadas y presentadas a profesionales.

Cierre de convocatoria: 19 de noviembre 2018
Encuentra las bases aquí
info.industria@ficg.mx

Llamada a películas – Mobile Film Festival 14a edición

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  • septiembre 14th, 2018
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The Mobile Film Festival celebrates the Human Rights in partnership with YouTube Creators for Change, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for human rights, and the European Union

Call for entries open until October 11, 2018
www.mobilefilmfestival.com
1 Mobile, 1 Minute, 1 Film, #StandUp4HumanRights
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For the 14th edition of the Mobile Film Festival, we are happy to announce our partnership with YouTube Creators for Change, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for human rights and the European Union, as part of the celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights​, which will be taking place in Paris in december 2018.

For this exceptional edition, the Mobile Film Festival is back with the rules that made it famous: 1 Mobile, 1 Minute, 1 Film, but now imposing a theme to filmmakers: #StandUp 4HumanRights​, the slogan and official hashtag of the campaign celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. For 14 years, the Mobile Film Festival has been defending the values of equality and discovery​, excluding economic obstacles thanks to the use of the mobile as well as the free inscription to participate to the festival, while adding value to the filmmakers’ ​creativity​, who have one minute maximum to tell a story.
A festival which is 100% digital​, that is the DNA of the Mobile Film Festival since its creation, but its very short and creative format allows a diffusion on all kinds of screens​: mobile, tablet, computer, TV and cinema. During the last edition, the Mobile Film Festival received more than ​1000 films from 88 countries ​and reached ​17 million viewers.

The aim of the Mobile Film Festival is to reveal and support tomorrow’s talents by helping them to become more professional​. By giving the floor to filmmakers from all geographic and cultural backgrounds, the festival presents a variety of strong and committed films​. That is the perspective in which are implemented our partnerships with YouTube Creators for Change, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for human rights and the European Union.

This year, the Mobile Film Festival will offer ​66.000 € of creation grants​ :
- Grand Prize France : ​20 000€ granted by Youtube Creators for Change
- Grand Prize International ​: 20 000€ granted by Youtube Creators for Change
- Grand Prize Europe ​: 20 000€ granted by the European Union, through ​The Partnership Instrument
- Screenplay Award​ : 3 000€ granted by the CNC (National Film Center)
- Best Director Award​ : 3 000€ granted by the CNC (National Film Center)

The three 20 000€ grants will allow the winning film directors to make a short film in a year with professional means and the help of a producer.
The CNC will offer 2 grants of screenwriting assistance of 3 000€ each, which will allow the winners to enter writing residences.
This special edition of the Mobile Film Festival also benefits from the support of major Human Rights NGOs and international associations such as the National Consultative Commission on Human Rights (French NHRI), the Human Rights League, the European Association for the defence of Human Rights (AEDH), the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), Human Rights Watch France, CARE, Witness, the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR), The Elders, CIVICUS, etc… as well as the Institut Français.

CALL FOR ENTRIES – Visions du Réel, Festival international de cinéma Nyon

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CALL FOR ENTRIES – PROGRAMME & INDUSTRY 

Submissions to the 50th edition of Visions du Réel, Festival international de cinéma Nyon (5–13 April 2019) are now open. 

PROGRAMME

We are looking for creative documentaries to be presented as world, international or European premieres.
Entries must be submitted using the online entry form. You will find our Regulations here.

Submission deadlines:

  • 15 October 2018 for films completed by the end of September 2018
  • 21 December 2018 for films completed by 15 March 2019

For enquiries, please contact us at programme@visionsdureel.ch

 

INDUSTRY

If you have a new film project, do not hesitate to apply to our Industry activities. The Festival’s Industry is a great meeting point for international film professionals such as filmmakers, producers, distributors, TV representatives, institutions and festivals.

Pitching du Réel: We welcome projects by experienced as well as new directors, who have at least directed short films. The project should already be well developed and have basic financing in place.

Docs in Progress: We are looking for film teams with a fine cut of their project searching for postproduction partners and support, as well as distribution opportunities.

To submit a project, please fill in the online entry form. Submission deadlines: 

  • First deadline: 15 October 2018 
  • Last deadline: 14 December 2018 

The first deadline will lead to the selection of a first group of projects. We encourage you to apply as soon as you are ready in order to have more chance of a selection. 

For enquiries regarding the Industry submissions, please contact Gudula Meinzolt, Head of Industry, at gmeinzolt@visionsdureel.ch

Berlinale Co-Production Market 2019: Submit Feature Film Projects and Series Projects Now and Find International Partners

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Until October 10, experienced producers from around the world may submit new feature-length film projects in need of co-producers and financiers to the 16th Berlinale Co-Production Market (February 9 – 13, 2019). The project budget should be between one and 20 Million euros and at least 30% of the financing or local production support should already be in place.

Producers from Latin and Central America, the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, South Asia, the Caucasus, Greece, Spain, Portugal and Southeastern Europe are also encouraged to submit their lower-budget projects with budgets starting at 750,000 euros.

Once again in 2019, three promising new “Berlinale Directors” projects will be chosen. This is a selection of a few new projects by directors who have had films presented at the Berlinale in previous years. Since these projects are likely to be of particular interest to prospective co-producers, they may be submitted without the full 30% of financing in place, in order to provide early practical support in these projects’ search for co-production partners.

By the end of this year approximately 25 feature film projects will have been selected from all submissions to the Berlinale Co-Production Market.

Another ten projects will be presented at the “Talent Project Market” in cooperation with Berlinale Talents. The “Talent Project Market” is open to producers who are in the first ten years of their career, and the submission deadline for all Berlinale Talents programmes is September 3.

The Berlinale Co-Production Market team creates a tailored meeting schedule for each selected project. Around 1,300 individually pre-scheduled one-on-one meetings with interested potential co-producers, financiers, global and national distributors, TV channels and other supporters take place during the market. Producers and financiers looking for co-production projects can apply for participation starting in November 2018.

In addition to the feature-length film projects, once again five particularly exciting international companies without projects will also be introduced at the Berlinale Co-Production Market “Company Matchings”. At the pitching events “Co-Pro Series” and “Books at Berlinale”, participants will again have the opportunity to discover new series projects and literary fiction material for the screen.

Producers with drama series projects from around the world seeking international co-production partners in Berlin are invited to submit those projects for participation in the much sought-after “Co-Pro Series” event by October 22. In addition to the series pitch, the Berlinale Co-Production Market team also organises meetings with potential partners for their producers as part of “Co-Pro Series”. The event is part of the “Drama Series Days” programme, a cooperative initiative by the European Film MarketBerlinale Co-Production Market and Berlinale Talents. Projects introduced at “Co-Pro Series” in past years include the successful German series Babylon Berlin by Tom Tykwer, Achim von Borries and Henk Handloegten.

Of all international feature film projects selected for the Berlinale Co-Production Market in previous years, 270 films have been successfully completed. This year, among the most talked-about Berlinale Co-Production Market alumni were seven-time German Film Award winner and Berlinale Competition film 3 Days in Quiberon by Emily Atef, the festival hit Birds of Passage by Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra, and A Fantastic Woman by Sebastián Lelio (Berlinale Competition 2017, Silver Bear for Best Screenplay), which won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

The Berlinale Co-Production Market is part of the European Film Market. Its main partners are the MDM – Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung (since 2004) and Creative Europe – MEDIA, a programme of the European Union (since 2005).

Online submission forms and more information on project submission for 2019 are available at: www.berlinale-coproductionmarket.de

ANIMARKT Stop Motion Forum

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ANIMARKT Pitching 2018 – submit a project of your stop motion short

Projects of animated shorts and TV special episodes made with the use of puppet technique can take part in the pitching organized for the second time during ANIMARKT Stop Motion Forum. The deadline for submissions is July 31st.

The participants of the ANIMARKT pitching have both the chance to win the awards and arose interest of the project among foreign producers and TV broadcasters. Moreover, they will participate in two training sessions. The script session with Wim Vanecker, a producer, screenwriter, director, script consultant and the project manager of European Short Pitch will be organized in a form of individual meetings focused on a given participant’s projects. Training sessions with Nancy Denney-Phelps, an animation historian and a journalist, who cooperates with the prestigious AWN.com publishing group, will have a similar form. Nancy will conduct a training sessions that will aim at improving the participants’ skills connected with presenting projects. 

Who may submit a project?

The submitted projects must meet several conditions: the film must be at the development stage, do not last over 26 minutes and at least 80 per cent of the film should be made in a  puppet technique. An additional asset of the project will be the artistic input of the creators (animation director, storyboard author, author of artistic designs, composer, realization of a significant part of the animation) from at least one of the following countries: Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Germany, Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia. However event’s organizers welcome creators from all over the world. The pitching regulations are accessible on www.en.animarkt.pl/pitching. Applications are to be submitted by an online application form at:  https://goo.gl/forms/jrbY9FSjEI0fmagJ3 until 31 July 2018.

From all the applications being sent, the selection committee will choose 15 projects which will be presented on 11 October 2018 as part of Pitching during the ANIMARKT event. The selection committee includes: Agnieszka Niewadził (CeTA, Poland), Nikodem Szlęzak (CeTA, Poland), István Mráz (Mozinet Ltd., Hungary), Michal Podhradský (ASAF, Czech Republic), a representative of Fest Anča International Animation Festival (Slovakia), Agnieszka Kowalewska-Skowron (MOMAKIN, Poland), and Paulina Zacharek (MOMAKIN, Poland). The pitching jury will be announced soon.

The person responsible for presentation of the selected project will be provided with a hotel accommodation (7 nights) and a reimbursement of 80% of travel costs (up to EUR 150).

Among the projects presented during the ANIMARKT event, the Pitching’s jury will select two main winners. Information concerning the awarded projects will be announced on 13 October 2018 during the Closing Gala of the Lodz Animation Festival LAL.KA. The prizes in the contest are the Audiovisual Technology Center contribution in kind in the amount of: 60.000 PLN (ca €14.000), 40.000 PLN (ca €9.300) and additional awards.

ANIMARKT Pitching is a part of ANIMARKT Stop Motion Forum, which includes also  ANIMARKT TALKS – case study presentations, and ANIMARKT MASTERS – meetings and workshops with the highest-class experts that aim to professionalize the business. It will take place in Lodz (Poland) from 8th to 13th October, 2018.

The organizer of ANIMARKT is MOMAKIN (www.momakin.pl) – a multi-tasking unit working for popularizing and propagating animation and supporting creators in Poland
and in international arenas. The partners of ANIMARKT include: Audiovisual Technology Center (CeTA) from Wroclaw which is also the founder of the awards for pitching winners, ASAF (Czech Republic), Mozinet (Hungary), Fest Anča International Animation Festival (Slovakia). ANIMARKT is partially funded by the International Visegrad Fund
and co-financed by the Polish Film Institute.

 

Additional information:

Iwona Buchcic, i.buchcic@momakin.pl, +48 502 598 925

Festival dei popoli – FILM SUBMISSION IS OPEN

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Film submission to the 59th Festival dei Popoli is open.
Every film must be submitted through the online registration procedure on this website.

SUBMIT YOUR FILM

DEADLINES
Deadlines for online registration are:

• June 4th, 2018 for every film produced before March the 30th 2018;
• July 2nd, 2018 for every film produced between April the 1st and June the 30st 2018;
• July 30th 2018 for every film produced in the month of July 2018 or still in progress (in this case we must receive a rough copy of the work in progress).

SUBMISSION FEE
Film submissions for the pre-selection involves the payment of a fee of € 10.00 for each film, as reimbursement of secretarial expenses.