Fourteen women, armed only with their cameras, on the front line in hot spots around the world amid wars, conflicts and human and social dramas. With their courage, sensitivity and professionalism, they help us to understand, not to forget, and to stop and think.
The Dox Box Residency for engaged documentary filmmakers
If you are a documentary filmmaker working on a film that is socio-politically engaged and includes audio-visual footage originally produced by citizen journalists or media activists, you can apply to The Residency, the new program launched by the Dox Box Association.
Masters in World Heritage and Cultural Projects for Development
The Masters are intended to contribute to strengthen the cultural industry through the preparation of managers and cultural entrepreneurs that can act as promoters of local development, income generation and job creation, while at the same tame innovating world heritage conservation approaches.
Film Prize of the Robert Bosch stiftung for International Cooperation
A total of 15 production teams will be selected and invited to pitch their film at the Berlinale Talents 2016 in Berlin (Germany), the major event for emerging filmmakers at the Berlin Film Festival, where a jury will then select the three winners.
48 Hour Film Project in Tunis
The 48 Hour Film Project is the world oldest and largest timed filmmaking competition, initiated in 2001 by Mark Ruppert and Liz Langston in the Usa and soon gone global. In 2015 a total of 130 cities will host the challenge. More then 30,000 short films have been produced so far.
Illustrarte is a key appointment for artists and graphic designers working on illustrations for children’s books. The 2016 edition of this biennial world competition will be held at the Museu de Electricidade in Lisbon, which already hosted the 2014 edition with 2,000 participants from 72 countries.
EBTICAR-Média 2015: pre-selection of 22 projects
A panel of judges comprising media professionals met on 16 April 2015 to pre-select 22 projects out of the 135 applicants eligible for the 2015 EBTICAR-Média project. Project leaders will soon be receiving invitations to attend the final selection board in Beirut.
"R.O.M., Rights of Minorities"
The so-called "Roma" in Europe are about 12 million, characterized by complex historical, social and cultural diversities. Many are integrated for generations but thousands of them still live in extreme marginalization and poverty, exacerbated by the policies of some governments and by the increasingly frequent episodes of discrimination and racism. Three rounds of surveys in 2015 will examine the phenomenon in France, Italy, Spain and Turkey.
ARCH+ Planetary Urbanism award
On the sidelines of the United Nations Habitat III Conference to be held in October 2016, ARCH+ Journal launches a competition on planetary urbanism for designers, scientists and students. Submissions for the 20,000 euro prize should be made before the July 15, 2015 deadline.
MyMed, a civic project for young artists in the Mediterranean
Lead paragraph: In 2012, three Parisian students decided to set up a project on artistic expressions in the Mediterranean, MyMed. Today the project is evolving in the initiative OurMed that is open to the active participation of "artivists" of all Mediterranean countries.
6th Arab Film Festival Berlin
With over 400 film submissions, the sixth festival season for ALFILM has begun in December. Now the first films have been chosen for this year's festival’s Official Selection and stories and perspectives of female filmmakers and protagonists are being given a prominent place.
EBTICAR-media is supporting innovative projects run by online information stakeholders in the Arab World
With European Union funding, CFI, the French media cooperation agency, is launching its second EBTICAR-media call for projects in order to support online media development in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Palestinian territories, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria.
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