Terre di Cinema a Cine Campus workshop program on film stock (Kodak 35mm) is coming back in September and again in a city of Catania Sicily Italy. This workshop (Cine Campus) has a duration of 2 weeks where directors and cinematographers can together produce on film 10 short films. As far as we know is the only program in the world of a kind in the world. Education
programs using film stock is becoming a rarity now a days but Vincenzo Condorelli AIC despite very little support from public institutions continues this educating program. This year starting in September counts with Timo Salminen Award winning cinematographer and long time Ari Kaurismaki’s collaborator. The finish cinematographer has been produced some refined cinematography which has been warded several times at Camerimage.
The 2018 CineCampus will take place from August 31st to September 16th 2018 in the town of Catania and the Mount Etna District in Sicily, Italy. It is open to the participation of 10 Directors and 20 Camera persons (max). The programme includes an intensive sessions of workshops, masterclasses, lectures and the shooting of a series of 10 short films. All short films will be shot on 35mm film stock provided by Kodak Motion Picture Film. Both film students and filmmakers (no age limit) are welcome to apply, no previous experience of shooting on film stock is required. Working knowledge of the English language is an essential requirement.
How to participate: link https://terredicinema.files.wordpress.com/2018/06/tdc18_booklet_corretto.pdf
All candidates please write to:
attaching the required material.
Extended deadline (Camera Dept. Only) : 30 June 2018
Terre di Cinema is a celebration of the art and craft of Cinematography, taking place in Italy, every summer since 2011. It is an international film festival and a residential training campus at once, highlighting the emerging European talents on the contemporary scene and by doing so we promote a better understanding and knowledge of cinematography and filmmaking for our general audience. The programme counts with several screenings, masterclasses, technical workshops, and a residential CineCampus, attended by film students and young filmmakers from all over Europe and the rest of the world. It is a full round showcase of the state of the art of the international filmmaking community, with a specific focus on the authors who are reshaping, through their visions, the aesthetics of cinema worldwide.