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Call for applications for 6th International Student Film Camp in Serbia

By NewsDesk • Published on March 15, 2011

Applications are invited for the 6th International Student Film Camp “Interaction 2011”. Organized by the Independent Film Centre “Filmart”, this camp will be held from August 11-29, 2011 in Pozega (Serbia).

During the 6th edition of the camp, 20 students of film production, directing, cinematography, sound design and editing from 15 countries, divided into 4 crews, are going to make 4 documentaries on the theme “Art dialogue”.

The camp will also include cultural programmes, screenings of documentary and short feature films, workshops on documentary films, exhibitions and recreational activities.

The organizers will provide board and lodging for the participants, and the equipment and material for film production. The participant will have to pay for his/her visa and transport.

A student of film production, directing, cinematography, sound design or editing who is   experienced in documentary film production can apply for this camp. In the last four years of the camp, 104 students at film schools from 34 countries including India have made 21 documentaries.

More details can be obtained from: http://www.film-art.org/interaction/

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