Friday, July 31, 2015

Berlinale Talent Campus opens its doors ...

Berlinale Talent Campus, Goethe Institute and FIPRESCI  ...

Berlinale Talents is a vibrant platform for emerging film critics and journalists
to improve their working skills and discover current trends in world cinema.
Along with our Talent Press partners we invite you to apply for the 2016 edition.
At Talent Press, the most promising critics and journalists from around the world
meet people, review movies and take part in events throughout the entire festival
and Berlinale Talents. They share their experiences and thoughts in an extensive
essay, written under the tutelage of renowned mentors. All work done in Berlin
is published at the partner websites of FIPRESCI (the International Federation
of Film Critics) and Goethe-Institut as well as within the participants' own
international media networks.

DEADLINE: 1 September 2015, 23:59 (CET)

Talent Press offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet and spend a week
with 300 talented film creatives from all over the world and to experience the
day-to-day buzz of a prestigious festival. You will be guided through the Talent
Press programme and and receive feedback on your work by internationally
renowned mentors and experts. According to your chosen topic for the essay,
you have the opportunity to access film screenings, make interviews and take
part in all masterclasses and other events of Berlinale Talents. Your work will
be published and promoted on the websites of Berlinale Talents, Goethe-Institut
and FIPRESCI. Berlinale Talents offers you free accommodation in Berlin during
the time of the event. Furthermore, Berlinale Talents will cover a share of your
travel expenses (depending on your country of origin).

In addition to the Talent Press workshops, Berlinale Talents offers a programme
of around 60 master classes, roundtables and interactive panel discussions per year.
Film professionals from the Berlinale, the European Film Market and many other
experts of international reputation and from various backgrounds give insights
into their work and enter into a direct dialogue with the audience.

Last year's Summit welcomed Darren Aronofsky, Claudia Llosa, Matthew Weiner,
Ursula Meier, Joshua Oppenheimer, Alex McDowell, Joanna Hogg, The Yes Men,
Wim Wenders, Bong Joon-Ho, Walter Salles, and many more.

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