California College of the Arts is a distinguished leader in the fields of art, architecture, design, and writing education. Our 13 graduate programs, all based on our San Francisco campus, are now accepting applications for the fall 2015 incoming class. The priority deadline to apply is January 10.
The Tampere International Short Film Festival is currently accepting applications for its 2015 edition. The Festival of Tampere is one of the oldest and the most prominent independent short film festivals in Northern Europe. Last year, over 30,000 guests and audience members attended the event.
The Audiovisual Association of Dominica is holding its first Screenwriting Course for members starting this Tuesday, November 18th at the Fort Young Hotel in Roseau.
Members from the Audiovisual Association are coming together to develop screenplays for short films suitable for production in Dominica. This 3-week course will train members in the technique of screenwriting, thus enhancing professional capabilities and building capacity in the local audiovisual industry.
The 5th Beijing International Film Festival will be held in Beijing from April 16 to 23, 2015. The Organizing Committee invites companies and organizations of the film industry to submit films for the sections Tiantan Awards (Competition), Film Panorama, Forward Future and Documentary(Out-of-Competition).
Telefilm Canada is currently accepting entries of Canadian feature films on behalf of the Beijing International Film Festival.
The Permanent Mission of the Czech Republic to the United Nations in association with The Honorary Consul for the Czech Republic in Jamaica presents: A cultural exchange of cutting-edge films from the Czech Republic.
Beam Camp, the summer camp for the fine and manual arts, technology and collaboration, announces its annual international search to find its 2015 Beam Projects. The large-scale collaborative projects are realized by Beam campers, aged 10-17, and staff at the camp's 106-acre facility in Strafford, New Hampshire.
Projects are budgeted at $12,500. Winning designers receive a $3,000 honorarium, travel costs, and are invited to visit camp during the project's production.
ACE (Ateliers du Cinéma Européen) was founded in Paris (France) in 1993 as a selective training programme and development centre for experienced independent European producers. Since 2009, ACE has opened its doors to non-European Union feature film producers (the ACE Mundus producers).