33rd Cinemed Festival, call for entries

 

33rd Cinemed Festival, call for entriesThe 33rd Edition of the International Mediterranean Film Festival (Cinemed) will take place from the 21st to the 29th October 2011 in Montpellier, France. The organisers are launching a call for entries.

Deadlines: 8th July and 31st August 2011.

Participation is open to films completed since 1st January 2010. The film subject should contribute to the cinematographic representation of the Mediterranean. The present call is open to directors coming from on the Mediterranean Basin countries, the Black Sea, Portugal and Armenia.

Deadlines for registration: 

-Fiction features: 31 August 2011
-Fiction shorts: 8 July 2011

-Documentaries: 8 July 2011

-Experimental : 8 July 2011
-Development Grant: 8 July 2011 
 


For further information: 

- Fiction features : laporte@cinemed.tm.fr
- Fiction shorts : driguez@cinemed.tm.fr
- Documentaries : doc@cinemed.tm.fr
- Experimental : corbin@cinemed.tm.fr 

- Development Grant : pouget@cinemed.tm.fr
www.cinemed.tm.fr

 


 

 

 

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