New call for MedFilm Works in Progress – 3rd edition – Culture

(ANSAmed) – ROME, 05 LUG – The call for the third edition of WIP MedFILM dedicated to projects in post-production is launched.

After the success of the first two editions, with more than eighty films in competition, the MedFilm Festival is launching for the third consecutive year the MedFilm WIPs Call, dedicated to Work In Progress from Mediterranean countries, with the Iom/MedFilm Prize €10,000 and the Prix Vidéo Stadion, for the production of a DCP (€3,500).

The WIPS workshop is aimed at feature films and creative documentaries in the post-production phase, coming from Italy, Spain, France, Monaco, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, from Serbia, North Macedonia, Albania, Greece, Cyprus, Malta, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Iraq and Jordan. Six projects will be selected from the applications received.

During two intense days of activity, on November 4 and 5, an international jury of experts will meet the authors and producers selected to give their opinion on the six finalist projects. At the end of the work, the jury will award the Iom/MedFilm Prize (10,000 euros), and the Stadion Video Prize for the production of a DCP (3,500 euros).

Alongside the prizes, we will organize meetings for the six finalists with professionals from the region who will be in Rome on the occasion of MEDMeetings, the professional platform created in 2016 by the MedFilm Festival. The objective of MEDMeetings is to offer an exclusive space, dedicated to the meeting between professionals of Euro-Mediterranean cinema and to encourage and support exchanges, collaborations and co-productions between the industrial sectors of the region.

To apply for MedFilm Works in Progress, you must complete the application form which you can download from the website and send it, together with the required documents, to the email address [email protected] The deadline for submitting projects is August 30, 2022.

The goal is to carry out the activities in Rome, hoping that the pandemic will no longer be an obstacle. Therefore, the actual mode of operation (on-site, online or in hybrid form) will be communicated later. (ANS Amed).

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