Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Berlinale 2017: Talent Press Call for Entries



Berlinale 2017: Talent Press
Call for Entries



Berlinale Talents is a vibrant platform for emerging film critics and journalists to improve their working skills and discover current trends in world cinema.
At Talent Press, the most promising critics and journalists from around the world meet filmmakers, review movies and take part in events throughout Berlinale Talents and the entire festival. 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 websites of FIPRESCI and Goethe-Institut as well as within the participants' own international media networks.

Talent Press, February 11-16, 2017. 


Apply now for the 2017 edition at www.berlinale-talents.de/bt/berlin/ap/select/welcome

Deadline: 1 September 2016.

"Talent Press" is an initiative of Berlinale Talents, Goethe-Institut and FIPRESCI.

Monday, August 8, 2016

Call for short/documentary entries


Samaj Pragati Sahayog (SPS)
with the support of
Films Division, 
Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India
calls for proposals for
short and documentary films.

Last date of submission:

10th September 2016.

For details, log on to


Films produced by SPS Community Media are widely shared with people concerned with sustainable rural development – local communities, Panchayati Raj Institutions, grass-roots organisations, government officials and policy makers.
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Over the last two decades, Samaj Pragati Sahayog (SPS) has grown to be one of India’s
largest grass-roots initiatives for water and livelihood security, working with its partners on a million acres of land across 72 of India’s most backward districts, mainly in the central Indian Adivasi belt. SPS takes inspiration from the life and work of Baba Amte (our Pramukh Sahayogi) who rejected charity and successfully empowered even the most challenged.

SPS is headquartered in a drought-prone, tribal area in the Dewas district of Madhya Pradesh, which typifies the most difficult problems of the country. It concentrates its direct interventions in about 220 villages and towns of this area. To facilitate this mutual learning, in 1998, SPS set up the Baba Amte Centre for People’s Empowerment in tribal village Neemkheda, where its watershed work began in the early 1990s. SPS's central mandate is the empowerment of India’s most disadvantaged people – women, Adivasis, Dalits and the poor, which SPS believes contributes to strengthening our fragile democracy at the grass-roots.