Kinoklub Zagreb is organizing a workshop on author’s documentary film intended for advanced participants, who will make a short documentary film in ten terms during April and May, which will then be shown publicly, reports tportal.hr.
At the workshop, participants will develop, prepare and independently realize their film, exploring through a series of creative challenges the topic with which they applied, announced Kinoklub Zagreb.
Emphasis on the author’s approach
The hosts are the award-winning filmmakers Sunčica Ana Veldić and Zorko Sirotić, who, by moderating and mentoring each individual project, will challenge the authors to “find their own voice and expand the established boundaries of film thinking and expectations.”
The emphasis will be on creative thinking in front of the camera and the use of film means of expression in an unusual, experimental way, it added.
The dynamics of the workshop require the participants to have prior knowledge of filming and editing, and the leaders will select a maximum of six participants.
Those interested should send a short biography, motivation, an idea for a film that they plan to realize, and a link to their previous film work to [email protected] by April 1st. The introductory lecture of the workshop will be held on April 6.
The workshop is free and will be held once a week, at a time that suits the participants and leaders. Equipment is provided by Kinoklub Zagreb.
As announced, the final product, a short documentary-experimental film of each participant will be shown at the Kinoklub Zagreb, and possibly at festivals, as was the case with the award-winning film “Pleiades” by Mateja Zidarić.
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