Zinema Ikasleen Nazioarteko XIV. Topaketa. Proiekzioak (2015-09-24) = XIV Encuentro Internacional de Estudiantes de Cine. Proyecciones (24-09-2015)
The 14th International Film Students Meeting offers film school students the opportunity to discover the world of cinema first hand thanks to the experience of the long-standing professionals (directors, producers, distributors, critics, etc.) who visit the Meeting to share their knowledge with filmmakers in the making.
A jury of students from the participating schools chaired by Benedikt Erlingsson will grant the Panavision Award, carrying a complete camera package including RED Epic camera and Primo standard lenses for four weeks of filming, or a voucher worth €10,000 for renting any kind of Panavision material, for the winning director; the Freak Agency / Feelsales Award that includes the free submissions of the winner film to 50 international film festivals selected by the team of Freak and Worldwide sales agreement except for the school’s country of origin; and the BioBioCine – Duoc UC Award with which the short film awarded with the Panavision Award and the Freak Agency / Feelsales Award will be directly shortlisted for the next BioBioCine Festival Internacional Concepción Chile. The Jury will also name three candidate directors to participate with their works in the Short Film Corner at the next Cannes Festival.
Furthermore, a specific jury will give the Orona Award to the most cutting-edge short film of the Meeting, with an endowment of €5,000. This Jury will consist of students from Basque schools, coordinated by a professor from the Mondragon University, and chaired by the Orona Fundazioa’s Development Director.
Last but not least, a representative from the TorinoFilmLab will be in charge of awarding one of the directors taking part in the Meeting, with the Torino Award with which the winner will be guaranteed attendance to a TorinoFilmLab programme within two years after the award is given.
The Meeting will also include the out-of-competition screening of three short films. Two of them from the Atelier Ludwigsburg-Paris, a project that fosters international collaboration and production processes. It involves participation of the film schools La Fémis and the Filmakademie in Baden-Württemberg. The third one is part of the collaboration between the San Sebastian Film Festival and BioBioCine, Festival Internacional de Concepción, Chile. A Festival, that as well as the Meeting does, it fosters the film students’ exchange of experiences and knowledge in the audiovisual field.
First, second and third screening session. Invitations will be available at Information Point.
- Group B
- Los pájaros miran hacia el norte
- Black Friday (Ostiral beltza)
- Dona i Ocell
- El enemigo
- Espagnol niveau 1
Out of competition