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Irina Cios on Fri, 22 Nov 2002 19:05:29 +0100 (CET)


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   Please forward this e-mail to other film professionals.

   HUNDREDS OF APPLICATIONS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
   APPLICATION DEADLINE IS DEC. 6

   Now is the time to apply to the BERLINALE TALENT CAMPUS, the
   new platform for young filmmakers at the Berlin
   International Film Festival. Young filmmakers, producers,
   writers, cinematographers and actors can apply if they have
   already worked on a film and are fluent in the English
   language. The language of our conference is English. Part of
   the application is a one-minute film which will be shown
   during the event.

   Apply online at http://www.berlinale-talentcampus.de. As
   soon as the application is complete you will receive an
   e-mail with your application data which you must print out
   and sign. Please send it to us with a passport sized photo
   and your one-minute-film to the following address:
   Berlinale Talent Campus
   c/o Master School Drehbuch
   Linienstraþe 155
   D 10115 Berlin
   Germany
   Fon +49 (0) 30 308 793 17
   Fax +49 (0) 30 308 793 14

   Please send your materials in time. We should receive them
   not later than December 6, 2002. We will consider
   applications received after the deadline only as our
   resources allow us to.

   LIA VAN LEER, WIM WENDERS and KEN ADAM HOST BERLINALE TALENT
   CAMPUS

   The renowned film director Wim Wenders ("Wings of Desire",
   "The Million Dollar Hotel") and the production designer Ken
   Adam ("James Bond ñ Goldfinger", "The Madness of King
   George") will be among the hosts of the BERLINALE TALENT
   CAMPUS. Together with Lia van Leer, founder and director of
   the Jerusalem Cinematheque and Israel Film Archives, Wenders
   and Adam will preside over a five-day programme covering the
   essential aspects of filmmaking. During the Campus, they
   will be joined by other professionals, such as the film
   critic Peter Cowie (Variety, The Apocalypse Now Book) and
   the author Alessandro Baricco ("Silk").

   The chance of meeting not only various international
   colleagues, but also established filmmakers has already
   attracted hundreds of applicants from over 50 countries.
   Among them are young producers from Canada as well as film
   students from the US, Australia and Asia, directors from
   Argentina and Israel and scriptwriters from Syria, Iceland,
   Nigeria and of course from Germany.

    A first glimpse at the applicantsí interests offers a
   good example of the programmeís diversity. Topics range
   from the influence of digital technology and new ways to
   tell a story to different models of teamwork.  The
   applicantsí different lifestyles which have shaped their
   experiences in the film business will also lead to
   stimulating discussions.

   From February 10 to 14, 2003, the BERLINALE TALENT CAMPUS
   will offer case studies, lectures and workshops on various
   filmmaking issues such as script-writing and film marketing
   as well as ethical issues and sources of inspiration.

   "Right from the beginning, the idea of the BERLINALE TALENT
   CAMPUS was met with great enthusiasm. We have found
   fantastic sponsors, people who are completely committed to
   supporting the up-and-coming generation. They will help to
   add yet another attractive aspect to the festival." notes
   Dieter Kosslick, director of the Berlin International Film
   Festival.

   The BERLINALE TALENT CAMPUS is organised in co-operation
   with the Filmboard Berlin Brandenburg and the U.K. Film
   Council and will take place in Berlinís House of World
   Cultures.

   The BERLINALE TALENT CAMPUS Meeting Point in the Campus
   Lounge will be open to all registered guests of the Film
   Festival. In the afternoon certain screenings will be open
   to the public. Several filmmakers will be present and
   available for discussions afterwards. Tickets for these
   events will be available through the Berlinale booking
   system.

   +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

   The BERLINALE TALENT CAMPUS is a project of the Berlin
   International Film Festival, a business division of the
   Kulturveranstaltungen des Bundes in Berlin GmbH in
   co-operation with the Filmboard Berlin Brandenburg, the U.K.
   Film Council, the House of World Cultures.
   Organised by Master School Drehbuch Berlin.

   We would also like to thank the following partners: ARRI,
   AVID, Federal Foreign Office, Film Commission Torino
   Piemonte, German Federal Film Board, KODAK, MEDIA Promotion,
   Planet TV and SONY.

   More information & application form at:
   www.berlinale-talentcampus.de
   mailto:info {AT} berlinale-talentcampus.de
   Press contact: pr {AT} berlinale-talentcampus.de

   You can view or download the poster of the Berlinale Talent
   Campus as Acrobat Reader pdf file.

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