We are glad to announce that DokuFest has opened its call for applications as part of the project Kino Prizreni.
DokuFest joined the KINO Kabaret movement, which is a type of innovative film-making lab which gathers filmmakers from all over the world to create short, low (or no budged) films in a mindset of spontaneity and collaboration. The first Kino Kabaret in Kosovo will take part on 6 – 14 July 2012, during the 11th edition of DokuFest in Prizren, Kosovo.
The selected filmmakers will be invited in Prizren to write, shoot, cut, and screen their films within a short period of time. The films will be made in “guerilla style” and with no budget. Young artists will have one long week to compose the cast and crew and make their films from scratch. The finished films will be screened in DokuFest 2012.The call is open to participants of all backgrounds, abilities, skills and experience. Directors, scriptwriters, DOP’s, actors, boom operators, editors, light assistants, musicians, composers, animators, producers, make-up artists, costume designersor simple film enthusiasts can apply.
For more information about Kino Prizreni: http://dokufest.com/2012/?cid=2,113
Deadline to submit is, 5 June
The KINO movement was founded in 1999 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Christian Laurence. It has since spread worldwide and is now composed of over 60 physical cells. Founded in a spirit of collaboration and motivation, the movement stimulates the production of short-films by small crews with little to no budget.