Recruitment for film workshops of Norwegian-Polish Academy of Film and Photography has started.
It will consists of two workshop meetings, held between 17th-23rd August 2015 in Oslo and then between 26th-30th September 2015 in Jarocin.
FROM IDEA TO REALIZATION
Workshops of the Norwegian-Polish Academy of Film and Photography are unique opportunity to experience all steps of filmmaking – from idea to short film realization.
Participants will attain practical film knowledge in following fields: basics of direction, screenplay writing, cinematography, acting film editing and postproduction.
Lecture language of workshops will be English.
Subjects of the films realized during the workshops will be selected from ideas sent by participants.
They should oscillate around topics related to widely understood multiculturalism, where the main aim is promoting the values associated with the coexistence of different ethnic, social or religious groups. Ideas for a film sending by participants should concentrate on problems related to existing of entity in the modern world and should touch authentic emotions and present multi- dimensional characters.
During workshops will be held two parallel courses of feature film making and one documentary course.
The accreditation fee amounts: 1.400 PLN for participants from Poland or 2.800 NOK (participants from Norway) and provides:
- flight between Poland-Norway, Norway-Poland,
- the participation in all events included in the program,
To participation in workshops could apply every person of age who will deliver to the organizers the APPLICATION FORM DOC / PDF), a motivation letter, and an idea for a short film (fiction or documentary),
until 30th June 2015 to the address:
Minska 25 – bud. 8,
03-808 Warsaw, Poland
the postscript „FILM ACADEMY 2015”
and send by e-mail (WORD/PDF format: firstname.lastname@example.org
NORWAY IN POLAND
THE NORWEGIAN-POLISH ACADEMY OF FILM AND PHOTOGRAPHY is complex educational and cultural program which goal is presentation of Polish culture in Norway and Norwegian culture in Poland.
Project is supported by a grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway trought the EEA Grants an co-financed by the Polish funds within the frame of Promotion of Diversity in Culture and Arts Within European Cultural Heritage programme. Project is cofinanced by the Gmina Jarocin and the Polish Film Institute.