19-07-2012

Low-budget Film Production at VFF 2012

Written by Visegrad Film Forum

{mosimage}Second year of a networking and educational platform for European students Visegrad Film Forum (VFF) will take place at the Film and Television Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts on 17th - 20th of October 2012 in Bratislava, Slovakia.

This year VFF comes up with masterclasses and workshops focusing on Low-budget Film Production. The events are open to everyone, from film students and professionals to general public. All of the lectures will be run by film professionals coming from different European countries. 

Audience of VFF will have a chance to meet students from the hosting Academy of Performing Arts, students from partner universities such as FAMU in Prague, SZFE in Budapest, PWSFTViT in Lodz, AGRFT in Ljublana and UNATC in Bucharest as well as film students from all over the Europe.


Second year of VFF will be thematically linked on its previous 1st year, which hosted outstanding European film personalities such as the Berlinale winner Benedek Fliegauf, Polish film legend Krzystof Zanussi, provoking Czech documentary filmmakers Vít Klusák and Filip Remunda as well as internationally recognised Slovak director Peter Kerekes.


VFF is organised in collaboration with Student Film Festival Áčko
Forum is financially supported by International Visegrad Fund and Slovak Audiovisual Fund.

 

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